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www.journalpress.com THE JOURNAL Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014 3 NNEC "Cooperative Helping Hands" makes holiday donations Cooperative Helping Hands member Casey Hayes (L) presents a dona- tion check to Jack Harris, Chairman of the Richmond County Salvation Army. The Salvation Army provides assistance for families in need due to financial crises, disasters or emergencies. Cooperative Helping Hands Association is the fundraising organization established by the North- ern Neck Electric Cooperative employees for community projects and support.The employees of NN Elec. Coop. raise funds throucjh activities such as bake sales and their annual golf tournament. Cooperative Helping Hands member Jane Harcum (left) presents a donation check to Special Olympics Area 28 Treasurer Richard Pruett. The Special Olympics organization works with the physically and mentally challenged to improve the participants' self-esteem while keeping them active in sports. New sports added to the track and field events include basketball, bowling and soccer. Cooperative Helping Hands Association is the fundraising organization created by Northern Neck Electric Coop- erative's employees to support the local community. MARIE O. KUNLO BUILDING Home of RACSB's King George County Mental Health, Intellectual Disability & Substance Abuse Clinic Short-Term Services: Licensed Therapists, Board Certified Psychiatrists, Specialized Substance Abuse Programs, Child & Adoles- cent Services, 24-Hour Crisis Intervention Long-Term Mental Health & Intellectual Disability Services: Case Management, Residential Programs, Day Support ServiCes Century 21 Battlefield spearheads collection of 1100+ boxes of cereal ....   ...............  .... THURSDAY, NOV. 20 WEDNESDAY, Dec. 3 "- ":': Fancy's Friends 4-H Dog Club Third forum on a Joint Land Use rr ..... ! will meet at 5:30 p.m. at the KG Study. 7 p.m. UMW-Dahlgren. Dis- Extension office. No dogs needed cussion on the study underway for at this meeting. New members are communities around Naval Support welcome to attend. Facility Dahlgren. All are invited to KG County Historical Society review and comment on the issues will be joined by the KG Woman's identified for evaluation. A public Club to hear Dr. William Crawley draft can be found later this month discuss the upcoming programs at www.dahlgrenijus.com of the Great Lives Series hosted by the University of Mary Washing- SATURDAY, DEC. 6 ton. 6:30 p.m. at the Revercomb CB Volunteer Rescue Squad's an- Bldg. in KG. Public is invited, nual Christmas Craft Fair. 8 a.m.- 3. p.m. at CB High School. To rent a SATURDAY  SUNDAY vendor space, call Pat at (804) 761- Nov. 22 & 23 5115. Pictured above are some of the boxes of cereal recently collected Annual Craft Fair hosted by SUNDAY, DEC. 7 by realtors from Century 21 Battlefield and the three KG elementary KG Parks & Rec. Many new yen- Come out for the KG County His- schools, dors. Free admittance, Bring a torical Society's Christmas event. non-perishable food item for the Starting at 2 p.m. behind the KG The 2014 annual Fredericks- King George Elementary: local food bank. Music, shopping Courthouse , there will be games, burg Assn. of Realtors "Cereal Melinda Cornell's 1st Grade Class and more. Saturday, 9 a,m.-4 p.m., crafts, vendors and more. Fun for all Drive" was a tremendous success! Sealston Elementary: Mrs. and Sunday, noon to 3 p.m. ages, At 5:30 p.m., there will be the Locally, realtors from Century 21 Asbury's 1st Grade Class lighting of the county's Christmas Battlefield worked together with In addition, the top three teachers SATURDAY€ Nov. 22 Tree in the front of the courthouse. the three King George elemen- whose classes collected the most ce- Annual KG Studio Tour, Come one, come all. tary schools and surpassed their real overall received gift cards from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Come visit all the goal of 1,000 boxes and actually Century 21 Battlefield. Top Overall art studios in the county. Maps SATURDAY, DEC. 13 collected well over 1,100 boxes of Cereal collector was Mrs. Asbury and information available on the Annual Holly Jolly Market. • cerea ! for food pantries. (SES) with 139 boxes, followed by website www.kgstudiotour.com. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at KGES. Students from Potomac, King Lisa Kennedy (PES) with 77 boxes, Rotary Club's Annual A Great KG Farmers' Market members and George and Sealston Elemen- and in third place was Melinda Cow- Night Out event.6 p.m.-midnight, crafters will be onsite for your holi- tary schools, along with clients an's class (SES) with 73 boxes. Featuring Bobby McKey's Duel- day purchases. Music by the KGHS of Century 21 Battlefield, made Chip Taylor, Associate Broker ing Piano Bar. At Riverboat on Chorus. Good food and more. Free donations throughout October with Century 21 Battlefield, spear- the Potomac in Colonial Beach. parking, free admission. Sponsored for the event: Cereal was dis- heads the King George portion of Fine dining, music, laughter and by The Journal. tributed locally to St. Anthony's the Realtor Cereal Drive. "The cereal dancing. Tickets, $45 per person, KG Parks & Rec is hosting its Church, Potomac Baptist Church, drive is truly our favorite event that includes Buffet Dinner. Live and annual Breakfast with Santa event. St. Mary's Church, the Love Thy we work on each year. It's great to get silent auctions with great items $5 per child. Light breakfast, picture Neighbor program and the King the young kids thinking about other to win. Email drewwine@comm, with Santa, Shamrock the Elf Shelf George Dept. of Social Services' families in need and what it means to spec.net'or call 540-379'5174, (for children to shop for family and food pantry. The Director of Social be a part of the King George commu friends), crafts and Reindeer Games. Services for King George County, nity" The staff and agents at Century TUESDAYy DEC. 2 9,11 a.m. at the Citizen's Center, David Coman, was thankful for 21 Battlefield would like to thank the QuarterlyBreakfastforumhost: 8076 Kings Hwy, KG. this initiative and added, "I can't teachers and most importantly, the ed by KG Dept. of Economic Dev. believe the effort that went into students at Potomac, King George & Tourism. Speaker will be Curry this collection. This contribution and Sealston Elementary schools for Roberts, President of the F'brg Re- .,.n ,,,., ," goes directly to children and made their strong, annual support, gional Alliance. RSVP by Nov. 25 my staff so happy to be able to give submitted by Chip Taylor to: lthomas@co.kingggeorge.state. the cereal out to families. We are Century 21 Battlefield va.us or call (540) 775-9181. so proud of this effort; our collec- tive "Thanks" goes to Chip Taylor and those that helped him."The class at each elementary school Santa Land will open its doors again here in King George. that collected the most boxes of cereal won a Pizza Party. Century Something for children of ALL ages! 21 Battlefield would like to give a "The GFWC Woman's Club of King George will hold its 19th annual Santa Land on Saturday, December 6 BIG Thank You to Domino's Pizza from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, at 9463 Jefferson Davis Hwy. (across from'the Opp Shop and next to theLaw Office). in King George and Dahlgren for This year's Santa Land will have all the children's favorites; Santa and Mrs. Claus' Throne Room, The Snow their generous support. Class- Princess story time room, a Kids'Boutique (no adults allowed), stuffed animals waiting to be adopted (for room winners were: a very small price) and a Kids' activity room (kids Color their favorite characters in the activity room while Potomac Elementary: Lisa their parents hold their place in line to see Santa), There are also attractions for the parents at Santa Land; A Kennedy's Kindergarten Class "Find most anything you want" White Elephant sale, gently used Christmas decorations and special baked goodies for the family or to give as gifts. George Washington's Our Bake Sale tables feature everything from tins of Christmas cookies to sweet loaf breads, all baked by our Mount Vernon Launches members. This year, A Santa Land Cookbook, containing Holiday recipes, will be on sale. New Virtual Tour The admission is a $1.00 donation. Photos with Santa cost $2.00 each. Please call 540-775-7878 for additional information. Website users can now transport themselves to George For a JOLLY GOOD TIME, bring the children to Santa Land! Washington's Mount Vernon in the click of a mouse or the Be a Santa to a Senior program looking KGP&R- touch of a screen through an 00mmersive new v00rtua00tour, for sponsors and community support What's which launched this week During the next few weeks, our communitywill have a unique opportu- Happening on www.mountvernon.org, nity to help local senior citizens who might otherwise be overlooked this Featuring 29 stunning, 360- holiday season. 2015 Youth Basketball degree panoramic images, Home Instead Senior Care is teaming up with non-profit agencies and more than 200 points of interest area retailers to sponsor Be a Santa to a Senior - a program that collects, Registration has been extended without a late fee until and dozens of in-depth videos wraps and delivers gifts to lonely and needy seniors in the city of Freder- highlighting architectural icksburg and the counties of Spotsylvania, Stafford, Caroline, King George Tuesday, November 25, 2014. 2015 Youth Indoor Soccer has a details, objects and anecdotes, and Westmoreland. The program, which depends on community support, record number of participants the virtual tour recreates the runs from November 14 to December 12. for the winter. We will make a experience of being at the The need is especially great this year, so I hope you will help us promote waiting list. estate in an unparalleled way. this community service project and let people know how they can make a 2015 Winter Youth Gymnastics' http://www.mountvernon.org/ difference in the life of a local senior, registration is going on now. virtualtour. For more information about the local program, visit www.beasantatoa- senior.com - and please let me know if I can arrange interviews and/or Please Register at . ' l ! l, 1 -.,I II : I photos with local program sponsors and volunteers. King George Parks and _Anm00ma!00 Aaopt00oD I MollieProtzman Recreation Department ] On behalf of Home Instead Senior Care at 8076 Kings Highway, #6-27-1 4-3 #6-26-1 4-1 #7, ..... (888) 296-2411 x. 7691 (Mailing Address, P.O. Box 71) mollie@alberscommunications.com King George, VA 22485 or online at www.kinggeorge.recdesk.com KING GEORGE PARKS AND Keith P. Harrington RECREATION Craft Fair Holiday Bazaar Hearing Aid Specialist Saturday, November 22, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. and "Sam" Pit Mix "Chloe" Husky Mix "Flora" Pit Mixl Sunday, November 23, black and white adult male black and tan adult female black and white young female 12 noon- 3 p.m. '! King George Citizen's Center # 7-2 4-1 4-1 Thursday, November 20th - 9:00 - Noon 8076 Kings Highway Westmoreland Rehab & Healthcare King George, VA 22485 2400 McKinney Boulevard, Colonial  Beach Come in - or - call for an appointment 800-209-2768 Annual : .... All types and styles of Hearing Aids available Help Us Help Others : ' ; • Hearing Screening - No Charge collection program by , i EXIT Realty Expertise ADOPTED I • lO-point Heanng Aid cleaning and Check-.p. .. - . i [ All Makes and Models - No Charge Collection is underway for non- ] "Pops" Lab Mix [ "Abby" Pointer Mix ! • Hearing Aid batteries- All Sizes perishable food items, toiletries and monetary, donations. [ yellow senior male I black and white adult female ! : ' Anyone that may have a hearing problem Items collected will be given to " ' ....  .... ; ; ' .... ' and all hearing aid users are invited to come in the KG Social Services office and Visit us at 11377 CITIZENS" WAY(oFFFtt3ATGOVEFINMENTCENTEflBLVD.) [ andseeMr. Harrington for free service and consultation, the Love Thy Neighbor program. or visit http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/VA53.html for a complete//sting I[ Dropoff location: 7947 Kings " @Beltone Hwy., KG, or call (540) 775-6555 00/,i00O00-00k,-,iPlElr for he,p. The o00ce w,' o00en AT THE KING GEORGE ANIIvlAL SHELTER 540-775-2120 Helping the world hear better Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.- 6 p.m., and on Saturdays 10 a.m.-2 p.m. You may Pest and Termite Control This advertisement sponsored by PermaTreat Pest Control  Beltone Audiology & Hearing Aid Centers drop off donations up through Inllmmmnmull December 31. Please help. ....... n t "$odlroOrOu t.ViRO"Mi"r Call 775-2667 or 659-1111 for a Free Inspectio . 8 am - 1 pm M,F www.journalpress.com THE JOURNAL Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014 3 NNEC "Cooperative Helping Hands" makes holiday donations Cooperative Helping Hands member Casey Hayes (L) presents a dona- tion check to Jack Harris, Chairman of the Richmond County Salvation Army. The Salvation Army provides assistance for families in need due to financial crises, disasters or emergencies. Cooperative Helping Hands Association is the fundraising organization established by the North- ern Neck Electric Cooperative employees for community projects and support.The employees of NN Elec. Coop. raise funds throucjh activities such as bake sales and their annual golf tournament. Cooperative Helping Hands member Jane Harcum (left) presents a donation check to Special Olympics Area 28 Treasurer Richard Pruett. The Special Olympics organization works with the physically and mentally challenged to improve the participants' self-esteem while keeping them active in sports. New sports added to the track and field events include basketball, bowling and soccer. Cooperative Helping Hands Association is the fundraising organization created by Northern Neck Electric Coop- erative's employees to support the local community. MARIE O. KUNLO BUILDING Home of RACSB's King George County Mental Health, Intellectual Disability & Substance Abuse Clinic Short-Term Services: Licensed Therapists, Board Certified Psychiatrists, Specialized Substance Abuse Programs, Child & Adoles- cent Services, 24-Hour Crisis Intervention Long-Term Mental Health & Intellectual Disability Services: Case Management, Residential Programs, Day Support ServiCes Century 21 Battlefield spearheads collection of 1100+ boxes of cereal ....   ...............  .... THURSDAY, NOV. 20 WEDNESDAY, Dec. 3 "- ":': Fancy's Friends 4-H Dog Club Third forum on a Joint Land Use rr ..... ! will meet at 5:30 p.m. at the KG Study. 7 p.m. UMW-Dahlgren. Dis- Extension office. No dogs needed cussion on the study underway for at this meeting. New members are communities around Naval Support welcome to attend. Facility Dahlgren. All are invited to KG County Historical Society review and comment on the issues will be joined by the KG Woman's identified for evaluation. A public Club to hear Dr. William Crawley draft can be found later this month discuss the upcoming programs at www.dahlgrenijus.com of the Great Lives Series hosted by the University of Mary Washing- SATURDAY, DEC. 6 ton. 6:30 p.m. at the Revercomb CB Volunteer Rescue Squad's an- Bldg. in KG. Public is invited, nual Christmas Craft Fair. 8 a.m.- 3. p.m. at CB High School. To rent a SATURDAY  SUNDAY vendor space, call Pat at (804) 761- Nov. 22 & 23 5115. Pictured above are some of the boxes of cereal recently collected Annual Craft Fair hosted by SUNDAY, DEC. 7 by realtors from Century 21 Battlefield and the three KG elementary KG Parks & Rec. Many new yen- Come out for the KG County His- schools, dors. Free admittance, Bring a torical Society's Christmas event. non-perishable food item for the Starting at 2 p.m. behind the KG The 2014 annual Fredericks- King George Elementary: local food bank. Music, shopping Courthouse , there will be games, burg Assn. of Realtors "Cereal Melinda Cornell's 1st Grade Class and more. Saturday, 9 a,m.-4 p.m., crafts, vendors and more. Fun for all Drive" was a tremendous success! Sealston Elementary: Mrs. and Sunday, noon to 3 p.m. ages, At 5:30 p.m., there will be the Locally, realtors from Century 21 Asbury's 1st Grade Class lighting of the county's Christmas Battlefield worked together with In addition, the top three teachers SATURDAY€ Nov. 22 Tree in the front of the courthouse. the three King George elemen- whose classes collected the most ce- Annual KG Studio Tour, Come one, come all. tary schools and surpassed their real overall received gift cards from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Come visit all the goal of 1,000 boxes and actually Century 21 Battlefield. Top Overall art studios in the county. Maps SATURDAY, DEC. 13 collected well over 1,100 boxes of Cereal collector was Mrs. Asbury and information available on the Annual Holly Jolly Market. • cerea ! for food pantries. (SES) with 139 boxes, followed by website www.kgstudiotour.com. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at KGES. Students from Potomac, King Lisa Kennedy (PES) with 77 boxes, Rotary Club's Annual A Great KG Farmers' Market members and George and Sealston Elemen- and in third place was Melinda Cow- Night Out event.6 p.m.-midnight, crafters will be onsite for your holi- tary schools, along with clients an's class (SES) with 73 boxes. Featuring Bobby McKey's Duel- day purchases. Music by the KGHS of Century 21 Battlefield, made Chip Taylor, Associate Broker ing Piano Bar. At Riverboat on Chorus. Good food and more. Free donations throughout October with Century 21 Battlefield, spear- the Potomac in Colonial Beach. parking, free admission. Sponsored for the event: Cereal was dis- heads the King George portion of Fine dining, music, laughter and by The Journal. tributed locally to St. Anthony's the Realtor Cereal Drive. "The cereal dancing. Tickets, $45 per person, KG Parks & Rec is hosting its Church, Potomac Baptist Church, drive is truly our favorite event that includes Buffet Dinner. Live and annual Breakfast with Santa event. St. Mary's Church, the Love Thy we work on each year. It's great to get silent auctions with great items $5 per child. Light breakfast, picture Neighbor program and the King the young kids thinking about other to win. Email drewwine@comm, with Santa, Shamrock the Elf Shelf George Dept. of Social Services' families in need and what it means to spec.net'or call 540-379'5174, (for children to shop for family and food pantry. The Director of Social be a part of the King George commu friends), crafts and Reindeer Games. Services for King George County, nity" The staff and agents at Century TUESDAYy DEC. 2 9,11 a.m. at the Citizen's Center, David Coman, was thankful for 21 Battlefield would like to thank the QuarterlyBreakfastforumhost: 8076 Kings Hwy, KG. this initiative and added, "I can't teachers and most importantly, the ed by KG Dept. of Economic Dev. believe the effort that went into students at Potomac, King George & Tourism. Speaker will be Curry this collection. This contribution and Sealston Elementary schools for Roberts, President of the F'brg Re- .,.n ,,,., ," goes directly to children and made their strong, annual support, gional Alliance. RSVP by Nov. 25 my staff so happy to be able to give submitted by Chip Taylor to: lthomas@co.kingggeorge.state. the cereal out to families. We are Century 21 Battlefield va.us or call (540) 775-9181. so proud of this effort; our collec- tive "Thanks" goes to Chip Taylor and those that helped him."The class at each elementary school Santa Land will open its doors again here in King George. that collected the most boxes of cereal won a Pizza Party. Century Something for children of ALL ages! 21 Battlefield would like to give a "The GFWC Woman's Club of King George will hold its 19th annual Santa Land on Saturday, December 6 BIG Thank You to Domino's Pizza from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, at 9463 Jefferson Davis Hwy. (across from'the Opp Shop and next to theLaw Office). in King George and Dahlgren for This year's Santa Land will have all the children's favorites; Santa and Mrs. Claus' Throne Room, The Snow their generous support. Class- Princess story time room, a Kids'Boutique (no adults allowed), stuffed animals waiting to be adopted (for room winners were: a very small price) and a Kids' activity room (kids Color their favorite characters in the activity room while Potomac Elementary: Lisa their parents hold their place in line to see Santa), There are also attractions for the parents at Santa Land; A Kennedy's Kindergarten Class "Find most anything you want" White Elephant sale, gently used Christmas decorations and special baked goodies for the family or to give as gifts. George Washington's Our Bake Sale tables feature everything from tins of Christmas cookies to sweet loaf breads, all baked by our Mount Vernon Launches members. This year, A Santa Land Cookbook, containing Holiday recipes, will be on sale. New Virtual Tour The admission is a $1.00 donation. Photos with Santa cost $2.00 each. Please call 540-775-7878 for additional information. Website users can now transport themselves to George For a JOLLY GOOD TIME, bring the children to Santa Land! Washington's Mount Vernon in the click of a mouse or the Be a Santa to a Senior program looking KGP&R- touch of a screen through an 00mmersive new v00rtua00tour, for sponsors and community support What's which launched this week During the next few weeks, our communitywill have a unique opportu- Happening on www.mountvernon.org, nity to help local senior citizens who might otherwise be overlooked this Featuring 29 stunning, 360- holiday season. 2015 Youth Basketball degree panoramic images, Home Instead Senior Care is teaming up with non-profit agencies and more than 200 points of interest area retailers to sponsor Be a Santa to a Senior - a program that collects, Registration has been extended without a late fee until and dozens of in-depth videos wraps and delivers gifts to lonely and needy seniors in the city of Freder- highlighting architectural icksburg and the counties of Spotsylvania, Stafford, Caroline, King George Tuesday, November 25, 2014. 2015 Youth Indoor Soccer has a details, objects and anecdotes, and Westmoreland. The program, which depends on community support, record number of participants the virtual tour recreates the runs from November 14 to December 12. for the winter. We will make a experience of being at the The need is especially great this year, so I hope you will help us promote waiting list. estate in an unparalleled way. this community service project and let people know how they can make a 2015 Winter Youth Gymnastics' http://www.mountvernon.org/ difference in the life of a local senior, registration is going on now. virtualtour. For more information about the local program, visit www.beasantatoa- senior.com - and please let me know if I can arrange interviews and/or Please Register at . ' l ! l, 1 -.,I II : I photos with local program sponsors and volunteers. King George Parks and _Anm00ma!00 Aaopt00oD I MollieProtzman Recreation Department ] On behalf of Home Instead Senior Care at 8076 Kings Highway, #6-27-1 4-3 #6-26-1 4-1 #7, ..... (888) 296-2411 x. 7691 (Mailing Address, P.O. Box 71) mollie@alberscommunications.com King George, VA 22485 or online at www.kinggeorge.recdesk.com KING GEORGE PARKS AND Keith P. Harrington RECREATION Craft Fair Holiday Bazaar Hearing Aid Specialist Saturday, November 22, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. and "Sam" Pit Mix "Chloe" Husky Mix "Flora" Pit Mixl Sunday, November 23, black and white adult male black and tan adult female black and white young female 12 noon- 3 p.m. '! King George Citizen's Center # 7-2 4-1 4-1 Thursday, November 20th - 9:00 - Noon 8076 Kings Highway Westmoreland Rehab & Healthcare King George, VA 22485 2400 McKinney Boulevard, Colonial  Beach Come in - or - call for an appointment 800-209-2768 Annual : .... All types and styles of Hearing Aids available Help Us Help Others : ' ; • Hearing Screening - No Charge collection program by , i EXIT Realty Expertise ADOPTED I • lO-point Heanng Aid cleaning and Check-.p. .. - . i [ All Makes and Models - No Charge Collection is underway for non- ] "Pops" Lab Mix [ "Abby" Pointer Mix ! • Hearing Aid batteries- All Sizes perishable food items, toiletries and monetary, donations. [ yellow senior male I black and white adult female ! : ' Anyone that may have a hearing problem Items collected will be given to " ' ....  .... ; ; ' .... ' and all hearing aid users are invited to come in the KG Social Services office and Visit us at 11377 CITIZENS" WAY(oFFFtt3ATGOVEFINMENTCENTEflBLVD.) [ andseeMr. Harrington for free service and consultation, the Love Thy Neighbor program. or visit http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/VA53.html for a complete//sting I[ Dropoff location: 7947 Kings " @Beltone Hwy., KG, or call (540) 775-6555 00/,i00O00-00k,-,iPlElr for he,p. The o00ce w,' o00en AT THE KING GEORGE ANIIvlAL SHELTER 540-775-2120 Helping the world hear better Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.- 6 p.m., and on Saturdays 10 a.m.-2 p.m. You may Pest and Termite Control This advertisement sponsored by PermaTreat Pest Control  Beltone Audiology & Hearing Aid Centers drop off donations up through Inllmmmnmull December 31. Please help. ....... n t "$odlroOrOu t.ViRO"Mi"r Call 775-2667 or 659-1111 for a Free Inspectio . 8 am - 1 pm M,F