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Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal. THE JOURNAL, Wednesday, May 18, 2016 3 ...... .J KGHS o16 Baccalaureate Service Open to All The King George Ministerial Fel- lowship invites you to attend the Baccalaureate Service honoring the graduating seniors of the KG High School Class of 2016 on Sunday, May 22, 2016 at 6:00 PM at the King George Church of God, 8095 Kings Highway, King George, VA 22485. Worship music provided by Mars Hill with a message by Dr. Mil- ton Carter, Pastor of King George Church of God. A short dessert re- ception will follow the service. The Baccalaureate Service is a non-denominational Christian graduation service meant to encour- age students in their faith. It is for all students. Everyone is welcomel We hope to see you there! All Seniors should be at the church by 5:30 PM with their cap and gown. "For I know the plans I have for you" says the Lord, "plans for your welfare and not for harm, to give . you a future with hope." -- Jeremiah 29:11 Questions? Please contact Pas- tor Michael Reaves, President of the King George Ministerial Fellowship, by phone (775-7247) or email reaves. michael.b@gmail:com Colonial Beach Student Art Show Colonial Beach High School students enrolled in art classes will have their work exhibited in The Museum located on the corner of Washington and Hawthorne. The show will be open to the public beginning Saturday, May 21 and run for the rest of May, Saturdays and Sundays 1-4 pm and Monday - Friday 5-7 pm. Local artist and former art professor at Mary Washington University, Steve Griffin, will be judging the show. On Monday evening, May 23, he will appear and speak to the student artists and visitors to explain his choices and discuss the pieces overall. Are you licensed to operate your power boat? A er July 1, you must have proof of completion of an approved Boating Safety Course to drive over 10HP in Virginia Waters. Sign up/register for a class now. or call Joe Riley (804) 472-4521. Classes run 9am-4pm. Cost is $10 which includes a lunch. Upcoming classes June 25 in Tappahannock or July 23, Montross. Be safe on the water. Corner of Lossing and Boundary, Colonial Beach Very Rev. Francis M. de Rosa Rev. Jerry Wooton Sunday Masses: Sat. 5:00 p.m. Sun. 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. (espanol) Daily Mass: 8:00 aim. Adoration precedes each morning Mass Confession: I Sat. following 8:00 a.m. Mass & at 4:30 p.m. Sundays @ 8:30 a.m. Help others find your Church! Advertise now in the Journal Church Directory Only $20 per week for one space Billed Monthly Contact Lori @540-709-7495 or email her at 4 St. Margaret's Varsity Softball team are 2o16 LIS Tournament champs Submitted by Lindsay Harmon Pictured above are the St. Margaret's Varsity Softball LIS Tournament Champions for 2016 after defeating Collegiate School. The St. Margaret's Varsity Soft- followed by one from Megan ball team has created a name for Baughan '17 of Warsaw, would be itself in recent years, claiming league recognition repeatedly, making a few state tournament appearances, and decorating both players and coaches with league and state titles. enough for the win. The St. Margaret's offense has showcased its ability to hit the deep ball all season. Six different players have homered, totaling 18 homeruns in 19 games. Visit a VA State Park on Nat'l Kids to Parks Dayand get free pass All 36 Virginia State Parks will feature kid friendly programming in conjunction with National Kids to Parks Day on May 21. Visitors that day also receive a coupon for a free return visit to any Virginia State Park. Now in its sixth year, National Kids to Parks Day is sponsored by National Parks Trust. Founded over concern that children are not spending enough time in nature, the event encourages families to get outdoors, lead a more active lifestyle, and foster an apprecia- tion for nature and public lands. "It's so important that children get outdoors and get active," said First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe. "Virginia State Parks offer count- less opportunities for young peo- ple and families to learn about nature in engaging and safe ways. State park rangers are committed to helping people experience and enjoy nature, and that's why I en- courage all Virginians to join me in a Virginia State Park on May 21" A complete list of programs by park can be found here: http://bit. Iy/KTP2016. Many programs are FRIDAY, JUNE 3 Master Gardeners to present a program on Shoreline Plants at the Lancaster Community Library on Town Centre Road in Kilmarnock. 2p.m. 16 Town Centre Drive, Kilmarnock. JUNE 3 & JUNE 4 Friends of the Northumberland Library in Heathsville will host two events in support of the li- brary. On Friday, June 3, the Arts Alive Friday! reception from 5 to 7p.m. will welcome the open- ing of Regina Baylor's exhibit in the library meeting room, 7204 Northumbedand Highway. On Saturday, June 4, Friends is spon- soring a Fashion Show, Luncheon 11:30 a.m. with fashions by Wild- est Dreams Boutique. Admission for the reception is free. Tickets for the Saturday luncheon are $35 and are available at Wildest Dreams in Burgess. SATURDAY, JUNE 11 Master Gardeners' Rain Barrel Workshop, 10 a.m.-noon at the NN Farm Museum. 12705 Northum- berland Hwy, between Heathsville and Burgess. To pre-register for the workshop call the Virginia Coop- erative Extension office at 804-580- 5694. The $50 cost for each com- pleted "rain barrel will be collected on site on the day of the workshop. For any additional information, call Edna Roberts at 804-438-4238. and Raffle fund raiser next door to Ready-made rain barrels can be the library at Westlawn starting at purchased for $60. POPE'S CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH son Drive, (route 202) Callao. The Scotties Captured the LIS Kelley has hit 9 homeruns, M. Tournament trophy after the Baughan and R. Baughan, both championship game against Col- 3, and Simms, Carrie Fox 20, of egiate School, with Becca Kelley King William and Sara Pierce 18 17 of King William ultimately of St. Stephens Church each have conquering the Cougars from the 1. mound and at the plate, hitting As of the LIS Seminfinals, two out-of-the-park home runs., Shelby Hill 16 of Mechanicsville Kelley has led the St. Margaret s leads the team with 41 hits on the pitching staff, holding opponents season and a .672 batting average. to a meager .104 batting average Hill leads the state, all public and .through the LIS Semifinals. She private schools, in runs scored is now 13-1 with 4 no-hitters on with 41 and in stolen bases with the season. Rilee Baughan '19 of 34. M. Baughan is batting .578 Warsaw, Christine Johnson '18 of with 37 hits, including 13 doubles Spbtsylvania, and Mary Simms and 29 RBI. Kelley is hitting .483 '17 of UniQnville have also con- with 32 RBIs. Simms has an aver- tributed from the mound, age of .465 with a team-leading 5 The season didn't start out as triples, and R. Baughan is hitting victorious, losing to the reigning .448 on the season. As a team, the Division II and III state champ|- Sc,otties are batting.440. ons, Greenbrier Christian Acad'- emy and Southampton Academy, This team is full of who after only two days of practice, love and respect the game but "Our goal this year was to play who also love and respect one an- as competitive a schedule as we other" said Belfield. could possibly play," said 2015 "They believe in each other and that anyone in our lineup is ca- LlS Softball Co-Coach of the pable of getting the job done!' Year, Philip Belfield. "That was the only way we were going to get Representing St. Margaret s on to our best, and I believe we',r,e the All LIS Team are Hill, Kelley, where we are now because of it. M. Baughan, and R. Baughan. Since then, the Scotties have Next up, the Scotties host Fred- reeled off 17 consecutive wins, ericksburg Christian Academy in including signature victories the first round of VISAA State against top-ranking teams in Tournament play on Tuesday. VISAA Divisions I, II, and III. The LIS is a league of indepen- Perhaps the most impressive dent high schools in Virginia that win of the season was against is comprised of female varsity publicschoolpowerhouse, Clover sports, exclusively. The schools Hill High School of Midlothian. that make up the League of In- Clover Hill has been ranked #3 dependent Schools include Col- in the RVA Sports Poll and their leg|ate School, Covenant School, only loss came from the Scotties St. Anne's-Belfield, St. Catherine's in a 2-0 no-hitter delivered by School, Saint Gertrude High great for first-time visitors and of- Relay for Life team will host a fer basic training in popular out" Fish/Chicken Dinner fundraiser TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH door activities, including fishing, on May21 from 4-7 p.m. Menu m" - will host a Bible Conference on camping, hiking, astronomy and dudes choice offish or chicken, po- Sunda Ma 22 at all three servic more. tato salad, baked beans, cornbread t y,., y ....... Find out more about the na- orroll, dessert & drink. Priceis$12 es, an(/wm c nunue wlay zJ-z at tionwide Kids to Parks Day move- . . / pm eacn ni lat. per meal, eat in or take out, 9131 ment at .Kings Hwy, Montross, VA. Visitors may use the free pass FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH AMBAR anytime before Dec. 31. HENDERSON UNITED has a Power Night program @ Kids to Parks Day also starts the METHODIST CHURCH . Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. If you need Get Outdoors! Challenge. Visi- will host a Free community lunch something from the Lord, come to tors can log visits to five different and fellowship time on Thursday, the service, because God wants to Virginia State Parks between May May 26 from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. answer your need says Bishop Frye. 21 and June 30 and earn a state- The ch ch is located at 72 Hender- 9469 Caledon Road, KG. " wide annual pass for free parking, ur More details on the challenge can be found at [doorsChallenge.caledon is a State Park! - ll Visitwww.virginiastateparks. . . | Kelth P. Harrlngton / I gov. Hearing Aid Specialist /I 11 / Thursday, May 19th- 9:00- Noon / I / Westmoreland Rehab & Healthcare / I / 2400 McKinney Boulevard, Colonial Beach | I / Come in- or- call for an appointment 800-209-2768 | I / All types and styles of Hearing Aids available /I | Hearing Screening- No Charge / [ , , , | lO-point Hearing Aid cleaning and Check-up. | I / All Makes and Models- No Charge / I [*/m! Happy i *l [ Hearing Aid batteries - All Sizes /I 86th 'lJ / Anyone that may have a hearing problem / I Birthday B [ and all hearing aidusers are invited to come in | I ~MaylO, 2016~[ and see Mr. Harrington for free service and consultation. 1[ Arbutus S anfrd "/' I Q B, .ltotJe /I We all Love You! [ Hellfingthe worldhear better j[ Kelley. She finished the day with School, St. Margaret's School, Your Family Beltone Audiology & Hearing Aid Centers 2016 9 strikeouts and just 1 walk. Her Steward School, and Trinity Epis- ] RBI double in the first inning, copal School. Local i hurch Dil o]T co . Beach getting Cluc ~~FO~g ~ . ready for pageant [,a tm I PresbyterianChurch, PCA season I ~,,~c,,[ ~ Kingdom I SeekingtoknowthegraceofGod Sunday Worship Service - 10:30 a.m. [ Kev. Jerry wooton ] POTOMAC RIVER dal[ S "Pastor Larry. M. Robinson"[ Nursery Provided for Worship Service Only I Sat. 7:OO p.m. Vigil ] FESTIVAL AND ' Sunday Worship - 10 a.m. I Sunday School 9:i5 a.m. ] Sunday Masses: I CB FIRE DEPT. CONTEST Bible Studies- [ I Dave Bentz, Pastor I Sun. 8:15 a.m. 10:30 a.m[ These contests will be held on Sun- Church School - 9 a.m. I I 13114KildeeFarmR0adKingGe0rge, VA22485 Wednesdays- Noon & 6 p.m. I [ (0fin01 and Blue Jay Mead0w Drive) [ 12:45 p.m. Tridentine Mass I day, June 5th at the CBVFD. Boy's Intercessory Prayer: Tuesdays5 p.m. I Daily Mass: I and Girls 6 months - 12 months and I 8096LeodstownRd. ColonialBeach, VA 22443 . 15681 Owens Dr. in Dahlgren, VA I / Ph.(540) 804-224-9695 Church Phone: (540) 663-2831 ] k web site: www.gracekg.c0m I Mon. Xhur. Fri-.&Sat. 9:00a.m. ] 1-2yearswillbeath30. Boysand ] Tues. 7:00 a.m. ] Girls 3 - 4 and Girls Only 5 - 6 will You're invited to worship with p~ I Wed. 7:00 p.m. I be at2 p.m. NON-REFUNDABLE I Adoration before each morning Mass ] $20.00 Entry Fee. NOTE: If your 1081Maced0niaLn.,C010nialBeach, VA EBENEZER LUTHERAN i1-1 I co,fe,,,o,: I child has wn in any age grup' they -L (804) 224-1500 _L BAPTIST CHURCH l "0 magnify the Lord withy 3207 Quarter Hill Rd., Supply VA 22436 C HURCH I 3OPss& atSGt:30ft:r.cannot be in that age group again. i. me, and let us exalt His / (804)443-4168 SUNDAY SERVICES I Sun. m hourbeforeeachMass I The Little Miss, lr. Missand Name together." ~ ~ Nursery - 8 a.m.-1 p.m. (Psalm 34:3) 10 a.m. I / I Contemporary Service 8:30 a.m.I [ Miss CBVFD Contest will be Sun- Sunday School 9:45 a.m. day, lune 5th at 3:00. Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship I i~, I Traditional Worship 11 a.m. The Little Miss is for Girls 7 - 9, Worship Service: 11 a.m. 11 a.m. [ ~ Sacrament of Holy Communion Sunday Dress Only in this group. Prayer & Bible Study: (Wed.) 7 p.m. Bible Study ~ celebrated Every Sunday Holy Communion on 4th Sundays Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Rev.l ingW00 lk, Jt ~ Kings Hwy KG,~ Jr. Miss 10 - 12 and Miss is 13 - 15. Rev. Fred Sales, Pastor "A Church where everybody is somebody!" (540) 775-9131 Both of these age groups can wear a www.peacelutherankgva.or[ long or short dress. Most Miss wear Laae~~ 7748 Leedstown Rd., Oak Grove, VA 22443 (804) 224-0418 I We invite you to gatM" ' .... ~ ..... "h us! I Sunday Sch,,,,: ....... Sunday Worship 8 a.m. & 10:15 a.m. Bible Study - Wednesday, 7 p.m. Pastor Earl T. Howerton Jr. Tabernacle Baptist Church ] Dr. Sherman Davis, Pastor 10640 Kings Hwy King George, VA 22485 Sunday Services Early Worship - 8 a,m. Sunday School - 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship - 11 a.m. Evening Worship - 6 p.m. Two River_____ss Baptis____ t Chur____ch Meeting at their new church Intersection of Rokeby and Kings Hwy. (Rt. 3) Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Worship, 10:30 a.m. COME VISIT US ALL ARE WELCOME Rev. Peyton Wiltshire For Information call 540710-3831 long dresses. We also have the Miss Photographic contest that day for SPRING CLEANING? these girls only. We will need the GOING TO DOWNSIZE OR pictures at practice on Wed. June ORGANIZE? 1st at 6:00. Practice is for the 7 - 15 year olds only. "NO Professional HAVE UNWANTED ITEMS? Photograph's" PLEASE. lust one you would take inside or out, at a beach, DONATE,-DON'T JUST TOSS. park and so on. SOMEONE MAY NEED NO ENTRIES will be accepted WHAT YOU DON'T WANT. after 6 PM Sat., June 4th. For more info call (804) 224-0215 from 6:30 - 8 p.m. ONLY PLEASE.