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www.Journalpress.com TNE JOURNAL Wednesday, July 27, 2016 7 MARKFIKE lion. I actually enjoy going to the Outdoor birds or view the incredible artworkor taxi- Preserve will be talking dog tmining for water- on. Deer mounts must be brought in by 9PM Show and my family does too. I remember it dermy. My wee enjoys the artwork, fowlers and upland hunters. Friday the 12th. The deer will be scored and It is hard to believe with temps creeping being at the old Showplace location and visit- This year there will be several well-known The VDGIF K-9 personnel, but four legged on display for all to see during the show. Some towards 100 degrees that any of us would be ing it nearly every year there. Now that it has speakers for seminars. Eva Shockey, daughter and two legged, will be on hand. I really ap- gorgeous bucks are always evident of how thinking about hunting season. But, it is right been at the Raceway complex with much more of professional hunter and outdoor TV per- preciate these dogs and handlers. I have seen blessed Virginians are. around the comer. Flip the calendar a page to room, the walking around and visiting with sonality, Jim Shockey, will be giving her take them in action and some trespassing issues There is also an archery show starting Fri- August and you are within a week of dove and vendors is much easier, on hunting all around our country and equip- have been resolved many times among other day and Saturday. Green Top sponsors that goose season at the first of September. One of I think what makes this show so much nicer ment she uses. This ought to be well worth the things due to their super noses! Some of the bi- and there will be more than $9,500 in prizes the biggest kickoffs in our area to the hunting than many shows is that there is something for time for all hunters but possibly of special in- ologists and officials will be on hand to answer during the 3 day event. You can go to www. season is the Virginia Outdoor Sportsman everyone there. I really enjoy cooking and I terest to huntresses out there, questions and licenses can be purchased too. greentophuntfish.com to register. Show which is slated for August 12th-14th at make a point to pick up seasonings and spices Frank Addington is the guy that can shoot Of course the NRA Great American White- The show will feature 350 vendors under an the Richmond Raceway Complex. at Kenny's booth where everything is MSG aspirin tossed into the air with his bow and ar- tail Collection will be on display. Don't forget air conditioned roof. Parking is free. Kids 15 Personally, I am not one to enjoy roaming free. My wee appreciates that. My kids like to row. Need I say more? He will be demonstrat- about entering any big bucks you took in this and under are free with a paying adult. If this around shows being hawked at by vendors and look at the newest gadgets, puppies for sale, ing some of his skills, year's competition too! The Virginia Deer show does not get your blood pumping for being tempted to spend money I really ought T-shirts and so on. I prefer to listen to the oc- Neff Selby, from just up the road in Rem- Classic has many categories to enter from hunting season, not much will. More details to be using dsewhere. This show is the excep- casional small business that guides for upland ington at Shady Grove Kennd and Hunting youth, women, antler point categories and so are at www.sportsmanshow.com Outdoor report MARK AND MISSY FIKE quite well. We also heard that the croaker are biting down around Tap- The heat finally took a bite out of pahannock. the fishing, but it is mostly the people Potomac River not fishing, not the fish not biting. The croaker are smaller this week RappahamaockRiver according to several sources and Ken's Tackle in Spotsylvania re- have moved downriver some too. ported that anglers are fishing for Aqua Land reported small croaker catfish with eels at night to beat the and a few small spot mixed in. Many heat, and are being rewarded with catfish are being caught while an- some nice fish. Some anglers are glers are fishing for other species. busy using nightcrawlers and fishing White perch are holding near rocky structure for largemouth and doing spots on bloodworms and Fishbites. Upriver the report on the bass an- morning topwater bite. Weedless did have to work for them. Some de- at Virginia Beach is reportedly very gling is the great topwater bite very baits tossed into the lily pads are cent red drum are being caught now good. Sheepshead are reportedly bit- early and late, then the fishing dies deadly. Some bream are also being too, but very few puppy drum are ing on the CBBT on fiddler crabs. off quite a bit. caught with live bait in the pads. showing up in creeks. It is odd how Calendar Inland Molts Run reported very goodwe had that blitz of puppy drum two Virginia Outdoor Sportsman Lake Anna anglers are finding catfishing at their night event. Oth- or three years ago and did not see the Show in Richmond at the Raceway is fishing is good well before the sun erwise fish in the shade, larger fish after that from that brood. Aug. 12 to 14. creeps up. In fact, bass, striped bass Saltwater Spanish macks are biting well from Potomac River Fisheries Commis- and hybrid bass are all taking topwa- The cobia bite in the lower bay Sandbridge and along the ocean- sion Finfish Advisory Committee ter lures all over the lake, although continues to go strong this week. front. Few bluefish are being caught meeting is 6 p.m. July 26. uplake seems to be the better option. Sight casting eels and live spot or now which is also a bit odd. Some NWTF Rapphannock Spurs Chap- Pond anglers are also finding the croaker is the rage. Anglers fishing nice croaker being caught in the ter Banquet is Aug. 20 in Fredericks- best action for bass to be the early the CBBT did well on flounder but lower rivers. The crabbing off piers burg. Mark your calendars! Obituaries Elsie C. Grimes, 96, of Warsaw departed moved to King George in 1963 from Charles- may be made in remembrance of Lucy to er; and special friend, Bonnie M. Douglas. analyst. this life Sunday, July 17, 2016, in a Kilmar- ton, S.C. Lucy chose a career at Dahlgren Na- the Virginia Area 11 SpecialOlympics, Attn. A memorial service was held Saturday, July Jack was preceded in death by his par- nockhospital, val Base where she worked as a supply and Web Gifts, 1133 19th Street NW, 12th floor, 23, at Storke Funeral Home, Nash and Slaw ents, Frederick and Margaret Gallagher, She is survived by two daughters, Debo- logistics specialist. Lucy was also a military Washington, DC 20036-3604, in honor of Chapel, King George. Condolences may be and granddaughter Brittney Kirtley. He is rah Bass of Warsaw and Mary Henderson wee as her husband served a career in the her grandson, left for the family at storkefuneralhome.com, survived by his precious wee, Barbara Gal- of Hartford, Conn.; and two sons, James U.S. Navy. Condolences may be left for the family at lagher; four loving children, John Gallagher Grimes of Warsaw and Emanuel Grimes III Lucy enjoyed all kinds of activities to in- storkefuneralhome.com. John "Jack" Gallagher, 71, of King George (Elizabeth), Kim Kirtley (Kevin), Kelly Mc- of Farnham. dude square dancing, roller skating, tennis County passed away on Sunday, July 10, Clain (James) and Ryan Gallagher (Angela); A funeral was held Saturday, July 23, at and bowling. More than anything, however, Ronald M. Weaver, 69, died Wednesday, 2016. a brother, Fred Gallagher (Susie); sister Sally- Ebenezer Baptist Church, Warsaw, with the Lucy enjoyed the time spent with her hus- June 29, 2016, peacefully in his home in King Jack was a retired U.S. Marine Corps cap- anne Gallagher; 12 grandchildren; and many Rev. Samuel Hackett, pastor, officiating. In- band and children. George County. tain, a member of the Knights of Columbus nieces and nephews. terment was in the church cemetery. Lucy was preceded in death by daughter Born Jan. 6, 1947, in Washington D.C., he 4th degree and a member of the American A funeral Mass was celebrated at St. An- Online condolences may be made to wash- Donna Jenkins, five brothers and four sisters, was preceded in death by his parents, Beverly Legion. thony of Padua, King George Thursday July ingtonfh.com. She is survived by husband Daryl M. Jenkins; and Samuel Weaver, and his brother, Dennis A patriot always, Jack was proud of his 14, followed by interment with full military daughter Wanda Cushing (Wayne); son Jay Weaver. He is survived by daughter Lisa K. Marine career and exemplified the old ad- honors in Quantico National Cemetery. In Lucy P. Jenkins, 86, of King George Coun- Jenkins (Dinah); seven grandchildren and Buka (Richard), of Woodbridge; son Daniel age, "once a Marine, always a Marine." After lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to ty passed away at home surrounded by faro- nine great-grandchildren. M. Weaver (Katy) of King George; grand- his career as a Marine officer, which includ- the American Cancer Society. Condolences fly on Frida); July 15, 2016. A private celebration of life will be enjoyed children Richard J. Buka III, Shane A. Buka, ed two combat tours in Vietnam, Jack also may be left for the family at storkefuneral- Lucy and her bdoved husband, Daryl, at a future date. In lieu of flowers, donations Magnolia G. Weaver and Arabella D. Wear- worked for General Dynamics as a senior home.com. 9 PATTY KELLY lONG UP programs This year 150 students were selected from across the United Westmoreland County Public States and Guam to attend. Schools "Everyone has a story. Let GEAR Two Washington & Lee High School UP be your outlet to express it," Des- GEAR UP students, Hazen Shryock tiny Crockett noted when asked about and Destiny Crockett, and their par- her time at the conference. "The best ents, Julia Shryock and Towanda way to sum up my NCCEP/Gear Up Smith, represented the Virginia ddega- conference experience was that it was tion at the National Council for Cam- empowering. I can start by saying I am munity and Education Partnerships truly honored to be able to be given the conference in Washington, DC on July opportunity. To be able to work with 17-20, 2016 The students were selected so many amazing people from all over by their 8th grade teachers at Montross was the highlight of my trip. When go_ Middle School to attend the Youth ing up there I didn't think three days Leadership Summit. The YLS provides would teach anyone as much as it a high quality, national -level interac- taught me. Being a part of the confer- live training experience and peer-to- ence taught me, to not be so much of peer learning opportunity for ninth to a quiet leader, but to speak up and take 12th grade high school students who charge when it is necessary. NCCEP/ are currently participating in GEAR Gear Up conference is something I would definitely attend again" GEAR UP parents Julia Shyrock and mit was unbelievable. The Parent Lead- ginia, stated, "The goal of GEAR UPs Westmoreland County is proud to Towanda Smith attended the Parent ership Institute provided so much in- Parent Leadership Institute is to work have had two students selected for this Leadership Institute. The three day pro- formation for the parents with getting with parents to promote positive honor. Sponsored by Texas Instru- gram sponsored by the College Board your kids ready for college. I learned change in their children, school and ments, the training offered students the and delivered in partnership with the so much about the GEAR UP program communi . The goal of GEAR UPs opportunity to "maximize and iden- Texas Valley Communities Founda- and preparing the kids for success at Youth Leadership Summit is to train tify their individual leadership skills, tion, the PLI included a variety of skill college. I'm excited and very thankful students to act as leaders in their school create a supportive network of leaders building and networking opportuni- that Patty Long assisted my daughter and community. Both communicate with other GEAR UP students, launch ties for the parents and family leaders and me with the experience? The PLI the message that college is possible for discussions about issues that affect involved in the local and state levels introduces and engages parents in the all students. By sending two GEAR UP them every day, and receive the tools of GEAR UP partnerships. Towanda many facets of college readiness. The parents and two GEAR UP students to and training to create lasting, positive Smith stated ' GEAR UP is a program parents thoroughly enjoyed the experi- this year's PLI and YLS in Was "hmgton, changes to improve their communi- that demonstrates what's possible, even ence and look forward to working with D.C., Westmoreland County Public ties" Hazen and Destiny also were part when you think it's impossible. The other GEAR UP parents this upcom- Schools has taken another step toward of the closing plenary program which NCCEP/Gear Up conference was an ing year. An additional highlight of creating a robust college-going culture focused on the YLS students and their amazing experience, to see all nation- their venture was a tour of the Wash- in their school division7 contribution to GEAR UP. Each alities come together from all over, for ington, DC monuments sponsored by NCCEP is the U.S. Department of student received a special advanced one goal, in a short time framework AllAboard Travels. Education-designated technical as- calculator from Texas Instruments to was awesome. The bond that was cre- Erin McGrath, GEAR UP Seniorsistance and training provider for the help them achieve their goals, ated in three days between the parents Coordinator/Program Director, State state and partnership grantees that re- Washington & Lee High School and the youth in the Leadership Sum- Council of Higher Education for Vir- ceive GEAR UP federal funds. I}~)~) Volunteers are needed. Adjacent To Post Located convenientlyOffice. No Build River Haven Restaurant on Rt. 3 in King George, Out Cost! Ready To Hiring Full and Part near the courthouse. To Move In! Call (540) "lqme apply please call (540) 775-6788 Sheila@ Cooks and Servers 775-5502. ufn chadestoncobuilders. 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THE ORDINANCE REMOVES THE PARKING LOT LANDSCAPING REQUIREMENTS. THE ORDINANCE FURTHER AMENDS THE SECTION CONCERNING BUFFERS BY REFINING THE SEC- TION AND ADDING ADDITIONAL LANDSCAPING REQUIREMENTS.THE ORDINANCE FURTHER ADDS NEW SPECIES TO THE NATIVE PLANT SPECIES LIST. IT ADDS THE DEFINITION OF BIO-RETENTION AND BIO-RETENTION SWALE TO ARTICLE 20 DEFINITIONS. The complete text of ZOA 02-2016 may be obtained from the Town of Colonial Beach Department of Planning and Community Devel- opment at 315 Douglas Avenue, Colonial Beach, Virginia 22443 Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to4:30 p.m. Anyone with a disability who requires assistance in order to participate in the public hearing is asked to contact The Department of Planning and Community Development prior to the public hearing so that appropriate arrange- ments may be made. ~By Order of the Colonial Beach Planning Commission 7/20/2016, 7/27/2016 ~ ~~mnlpha~f mmlm,mp lw/mm mmmm~m( m | :ULLNAME(S) OFOWNER(S): Murohv 0il USA. 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We are pledged to the letter and spirit of Vir- ginia's Policy for achieving equal housing opportu- nity throughout the Commonwealth. We encourage and support advertising and marketing programs in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, elderliness, familial status, or handicap. All real estate advertised herein is subject to Virginia's fair housing law which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, elderliness, familial status, or handicap or intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimination." Thisnewspaper will not knowingly accept advertis- ing for real estate that violates the fair housing law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. For more information or to file a housing complaint call the Virginia Fair Hous- ing Office at (804) 367-8530. Toll free call (888) 551-3247. For the hearing impaired call (804) 367-9753. PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF COLONIAL BEACH On August4, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. atthe regular monthly meeting of the Colonial Beach Planning Commission, at Town Center in Colonial Beach, the Colonial Beach Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing regarding ZOA 01- 2016. All interested persons are invited to attend and participate in the public hearing. ZOA 01-2016: AMENDS THE TOWN OF COLONIALBEACH ZONING ORDINANCE, ARTICLE 13 PARKING TO BE MORE SPECIFIC AND EASIER TO ADMINISTER. THE ORDINANCE ADDS MORE ENVIRONMENTALLY BENEFICIAL REQUIREMENTS TO MANAGE STORMWATER, MOVES THE PARK- ING LOT LANDSCAPING REQUIREMENTS DIRECTLY TO THE PARKING SECTION AS WELL AS ADDING ADDITIONAL LANDSCAPING REQUIREMENTS. THE ORDINANCE FURTHER CONSOLIDATES AND AMENDS SECTION 13-8 WHICH ADDRESSES THE NUMBER OF SPACES REQUIRED BASED ON USE ASWELLAsADDS REQUIREMENTS CONCERNING LOADING AND STACKING SPACES. IT ADDS THE DEFINITION OF PERMEABLE PAVEMENTS TO AR- TICLE 20 DEFINITIONS. THIS ORDINANCE FURTHER AMENDsARTICLE 18 MISCELLANEOUS BYADDING THE MORE DEFINED SECTION CONCERNING PARK- ING, STORAGE OR USE OF MAJOR RECREATIONAL EQUIPMENT, MOBILE BUILDINGS AND TRAILERS. The complete text of ZOA 01-2016 may be obtained from the Town of Colonial Beach Department of Planning and Community Devel- opment at 315 Douglas Avenue, Colonial Beach, Virginia 22443 Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Anyone with a disability who requires assistance in order to participate in the public hearing is asked to contact The Department of Planning and Community Development prior to the public hearing so that appropriate arrange- ments may be made. ~By Order of the Colonial Beach Planning Commission 7/20/2016, 7/27/2016