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www.journalpress.com THE JOURNAL Wednesday, Sept. 21; 2016 5 STEAMING AHEAD King George students Talia Scott (first row, sixth from left) and Aubrianne Thoms (seventh row, second from left) were selected as two of 69 students to attend Science Technology Engineering and Applied Mathematics (STEAM) Academy summer program at Old Dominion University. Now in its fourth year the STEAM Academy is a non-profit collaboration between more than two dozen businesses, institutions and colleges that seeks to accelerate science, engineering, technology and applied mathematics education for advanced students. Sum- mer STEAM is a one week, intensive, immersive, residential, academic program. Ambassador Talia Scott and Ambassador Aubrianne Thoms want a career in the medical field. STEAM offered a week long opportunity to meet doctors, hear lectures, better understanding of health terminology, hands on experience with nervous and muscle systems, as well as the opportunity to dissect a pig heart. L DECA DIVES INTO NEW SCHOOL YEAR King George High School student DECA leaders Franklin Rinko, left, Lindsay Knoke, and Eric Davis appeared at the Sept. 12 School Board meeting, with Lindsay reporting on the organization's great start to the new school year with over 1 O0 students attending an open house with free pizza during the first week of school. The King George DECA chapter is open to all students in marketing, economics, and personal finance classes, with members already working on competitive projects to compete at district, state and international levels in the coming year. Franklin and Eric, inspired byY Street organization's 24/7 campaign, asked the School Board to consider tightening the division's tobacco free policy to make it 1 O0 percent comprehensive, and to install additional, improved signage. School Board Chairman T.C. Collins said they would review the recommendations for the policy at a future meeting. Photo by Phyllis Cook MAINTENANCE WORKERS RECOGNIZED King George County Schools Maintenance department recognized Gary Clift, left, Dashan Turner and Ron Blomberg. King George County Public Schools Director of Administrative Services Dashan Turner recognized the essential work of the division's Maintenance Department at the Sept. 12 School Board meeting and was joined at the podium by two representatives from the department."Whether working as individuals or as a team they always put forth their very best and give a great effort. This acknowledgement of their efforts is in recognition of their ability to be responsive to the needs of our school division and facilities"Turner said. He praised the individuals in the department including Supervisor of Maintenance & Facilities Gary Clift, Rob- ert Clift, Charles Jones, Kenneth Stone, Ron Blomberg, Jeff Chadwell, Roger Samuel and Tom Royer. KGAC #8-30-16-1 " "MINDY" Cattle Dog (short coat) Hey, my name is Mindy. I'm a very friendly girl that's still trying to un- derstand what rm doing at this place called a shelter. I'm a little shy at first and need some time to get used to new humans but I promise rm a really good girl. rm look- Hi there, my name is Zeke and rm a young and energetic ing for a new family boy. I was dropped off here by my family and I'm just really that understands confused about this. I was always a good boy! Whenever the me and will love nice volunteers come to hang out with me, I getto play ball me forever. I'm and it makes me forget my home for a lithe bit. Everyone is available for rescue impressed by my ball skills and how good I am while playing or adoption now! toys. rm available for rescue or adoption now and would really love to Qet out of this place as soon as possible. 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Hours Monday, on Rt. 3 in King George, Accessible Restrooms, near the courthouse. To 1 Block Off rt. 3 Adjacent Wed., & Friday. 10 a.m. apply please call (540) To Post Office. No- 2 p.m. Lots of animals 775-5502. uf Build Out Cost! Ready are at the shelter - call To Move In! Call (540) . 804-462-7175. Colonial Beach Village Better than a thousand hollow words, is one word that brings peace. Buddha REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS # 10252016-1400 KING GEORGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES- KING GEORGE COUNTY COURTHOUSE PROGRAMMING AND CONCEPTUAL DESIGN Proposals due by October 25, 2016 by 2 p.m. More info at: , I www.king-george.va,us or www.eva.org \ l King George is in search of dynamic individuals with restaurant experience for available management positions. A positive mental attitude, dependability and flexibility in scheduling are a must for this position. You may submit your resume via email at AChohan@BeefnCheddar.com or fax to (540) 371-8341. Now accepting applications for 1 Bedroom Apartments & 2 Bedroom Townhomes Call our office or stop at 343 12th Street #1 Colonial Beach, VA 22443 (804] 224-9496 1st Monday of every month 10 a.m.- 7 p.m. All other Mondays 8:30 a.m.- 5i30 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday 8:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. Friday 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. TT~7LI Equal Housing Opportunity. Handicapped Access& This institution is an Eoual Opportunity provider and employer PUBLIC NOTICE N otice is hereby given that Charles Pearson has requested authorization from the Virginia Marine Resources Commission to install five indi- vidual, low profile armorstone groins with lengths ranging from 38 to 46 feet in length, with base widths ranging from 6 to 12 feet and install 550 cubic yards of beach nourishment, adjacent to property situated along the Potomac River on Hilliard Lane in King George County, Send comments/inquiries within 15 days to: Marine Resources Commission, Habitat Manage- ment Division, 2600Washington Avenue, 3rd Floor, Newport News, Virginia 23607. By Order of the Virginia Marine Resources Commission 9/21/2 016 Wanted Immediately Experienced Ad Sales Representative Local weekly news- paper and online ads Call Joel at (410) 474-6460 We are pledged to the letter and spirit of Virginia's Policy for achieving equal housing opportunity throughout the Commonwealth. We encourage and support advertising and market- ing programs in which there are no barriers to obtaining housingbecause 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 il- legal to advertise "any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, elderliness, familial status, or handicap or intention to make anysuch prefer- ence, limitation, or discrimination." This newspaper will not knowingly accept advertising 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 Housing Office at (804) 367-8530. Toll free call (888) 551-3247. For the hearing impaired call (804) 367-9753.