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www.journalpre .com THE JOURNAL Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016 9 e e American Legion Post 148 in Co- arship fund, established to provide ter 148 banner. Additional officers lonial Beach on Nov. 5 welcomed scholarships to children ofU.S, mili- of the Chapter include Debbie Allen, over 200 people, many visitors both tary personnel killed since Sept. 11, L.J. Brady, Dave Cloniger, AI Chad- local and from around the state, to 2001, and the children of 50 percent ton, Walter LeRoy, Paul Thompson, an American Legion Rider Charter- or more disabled veterans. This past Cleta Thomas and Chris Fox. Also ingCeremony. The American Legion year over $1.25 million was raised in attendance on this historic day Riders, a program of the American by riders for the Legacy Scholarship was Ron Miluszewski, Past Virginia Legion and the only program that Fund. encompasses not only the members Now, right here in Colonial Beach State Commander and Past National of the American Legion but also the an American Legion Rider program Sergeant-at-Arms, Tommy Edwards; Sons of the American Legion and was born at Post 148. It took quite Town Councilman, Jimmy "JJ" Jones the American Legion Auxiliary. The awhile to get this off the ground, but American Legion Riders Develop- ALR, one.of the largest programs in thanks to Commander Trudy Stiles, ment Chairman, Bob Sussan; Na- the American Legion, is for mem- Past state Commander Ron Milusze- tional American Riders Chairman bets of the organization who are me- wski, Larry Allen the Director of the and of course Mayor Mike Ham who torcycle enthusiasts. Currently, there Post 148 ders and ]ames Harri- addressed the assembl) with wel- are over 2,000 ALR Chapters made son the Commander of the Sons of coming words and wishes of success up of almost 150,000 members, the American Legion and Assistant for Chapter 148. American Legion Riders chapters are Director of Chapter 148. Over 128 " If you are interested in becoming well known for their charitable work, American Legion Riders from all a member of our American Legion which has raised hundreds of thou- over the state of Virginia came to Family please stop by our Post Home sands of dollars for local children's show their support for our American hospitals, schools, veterans homes, Legion Riders Chapter 148. After a on 27 Colonial Avenue and obtain severely wounded service members formal installation ceremony per- an application for the Legion, Auxil- and scholarships. Since 2006, Rid- formed by The American Legion iary, or Sons ofthe American Legion. ers nationwide have participated in State Commander Dave Stein a cel- You must be a member of one of the the Legion Legacy Run, to annually ebration was enjoyed by all after un- aforementioned groups to become raise money for the Legacy Schol- furling the American Legion Chap- an"AMERICAN LEGION RIDER!" Bob Sussan National Chairman, James "Katfish" Harrison Asst. Director, Trudy Stiles Commander of #148, Dave Stein, State Commander, and Larry Allen Director of #148 celebrate the new chapter of Legion Riders Loquac, us Lorene LORENE RICH ble/Walk at 9 a.m. Nov. 23 the to the top three male and female to Colonial Beachfinishers at each event. What a nice Foundation is outdoor activity. having a turkey If you like French or Thai food or bowling contest, have never tried it, then you must Sounds like fun, try Seaside. I had the appetizer Moo actually wouldDat Diew which is fried pork Strips rather be eating served with spicy Seaside lime sauce. it. Just kidding. Very delicious. The atmosphere is Nov. 19 pleasant and very friendly. You will Friends of theenjoy something new and different. Westmoreland The Colonial Beach Museum is State Park arenow selling tickets for the Christmas having a Gob- House and Light Tour. Tickets are Awards are given on sale now by calling Betty Whit- Trump Carries King George and Westmoreland KI~'RGE PRESIDENT Donald Trump-- 7338 60.9 HillaryClinton -- 4002. 33.2 Gary Johnson -- 367 3.0 Jill Stein -- 83 0.6 WESTMORELAND PRESIDENT Donald Trump -- 4,448 51.88 Hillary Clinton -- 3,836 44.74 Gary Johnson -- 157 3.0 Jill Stein -- 40 0.6 KING GEORGE CONGRESS Rob Wittman -- 8,103 63.77 Matt Rowe -- 3,381 28.4 Gall Parker -- 363 3.06 WESTMORELAND CONGRESS Rob Wittman -- 5,268 68.2 MattRowe -- 2,771 33.54 Gail Parker -- 208 2.52 COLONIAL BEACH GETS NEW MAYOR Eddie Blunt -- 973 64.1 Wayne DiRosario -- 505 33.5 COLONIAL BEACH COUNCIL RACE (Top Three Elected) Dallas Leamon -- 645 18.7 Steve Cirbee -- 622 18.1 Frank Alger, III -- 583 16.9 Bill Dellar-- 576 16.7 Phillip Rogers -- 486 14.1 Bill Flammer -- 576 14.1 COLONIAL BEACH SCHOOL BOARD Scot Foster -- 1.632 43.7 Tim Trivett -- 1,592 42.5 ALL MONTROSS COUNCIL INCUMBENTS REELECTED Te~ Cosgrove-- 1'113" 26,7 ]oeyKing-- 112 26.5 Larry Wheaton -- 98 23.2 Jesse Auk -- 88 20.8 estone at 804 224 8619. It' on Dec. fun at the same time. Joyce always 10th. Tickets go fast so get yours shows you a good time, and at the now. Tickets are $18 and for Society same time you are helping Children members they are $15. More infer- of Veterans. mation later. The CBVRS Christmas Vendors Dec. 9Raggs located on Colonial and Craft show at the Rescue Squad Ave. is having a Toys for Tots gala will be Dec. 3 at 8 a.m. A very good from 6 to 9 p.m.There will be mul- cause. Shop for Christmas. tiple drop off boxes in various lo- Belle Grove Plantation at Port cations. Bring a toy and have some Conway is hosting a Holiday Tea and Acupuncture Surgery Dentistry In House Laboratory Dlgltal X-Ray Chemotherapy Grooming Boardlng Reproductive Services D.. and Megan HMaro~ic~ 540.775-68001 7955 Highway (in'the First Lady's Shopping Center) Food event. Belle Grove is the birth- are $50. It takes place on Dec. 10 place of President James Madison. It from I to 4 p.m. is now a bed and breakfast located at Will see you next week"Be Safe Be 9221 Belle Grove Drive King George, Happy". Need something to report. off of U.S. 301. Purchase tickets be- E-Mail lorenetinkie@verizon.net. fore Nov. 21 for $40. After that they Smith Mount Farm, located in beautiful Westmoreland County near historic Leedstown, Virginia. With 447 Ac. ofmaj e stic view s overlooking the Rappahannock River, the possibilities for this property are limited only by your imagination! 68 Ac. productive farmland, 379 Ac. of wooded wonderland teaming with wildlife. Smith Mount is being offered at $1,696,000.00, which is the combined appraised and timber values. 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