Section B, B Patterson

Tags: Kilmarnock, White Stone, Baptist Church, Warsaw, community, St.Andrews Presbyterian Church, Bible Study, Christ Church, Santa, Tractor Supply, Palmer Hall, Kilmarnock United Methodist Church, Claraville, Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury, Northern Neck, Northumberland Habitat for Humanity, Lancaster Community Library, Sunday School, Choir Practice Northern Neck Baptist, Services Lighthouse Baptist Independent, Rappahannock General Hospital, Choir Practice Harmony Grove Baptist, Patty Dawson, Christmas House, Square Shopping Center, Prayer Book, East Church Street Kilmarnock, Patricia Gallagher, Christmas Parade, Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge, Oak Hill Rd Lancaster, Rappahannock Westminster, American Red Cross, Campbell Memorial Presbyterian Church, Kilmarnock-Seventh Day Adventist Church, Grace Episcopal Church, Kilmarnock Baptist Church, Northumberland County, Bethany United Methodist Church, Reedville Church, Northumberland County Animal Shelter, Henderson United Methodist Church, Worship Service, Kilmarnock, VA, Marguerite Henry, Brenda Burtner, N Revival Lighthouse Baptist Church, Christmas music, Doug Harris, Howard O. Pittman, Nouvelet Chamber Choir, Richard J. Finck, Dr. John, Virginia waterfront, Assateague Island, John Farmer, Kilmarnock United Methodist, Bill Rowden, Wallops Island Base, Camille Bennett, Virginia water, Matt Rosendahl, student, Lancaster, Community College, High School Auditorium, John Warren Hollowell, Christmas tree, Chincoteague Island, Frederick Ray Rogers, Northumberland High School, Mike Ramming, Obituaries Sarah S. Rowden, Eastern King Neptune, Christmas, Bill Behrens, Holly Ball, Rappahannock Community College, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
Content: Section B Rappahannock Record Kilmarnock, VA
December 1, 2011
Eight ladies to debut
at 116th Holly Ball
The Holly Ball committee recently announced the names of the eight young
ladies who will be presented at
4HROUGH h*OURNEY OF (OPEv A the 116th Holly Ball at Indian
on December 28 beginning at 7 p.m. The annual Holly Ball, the
African Children's Choir to present
fundraising charitable arm supporting The Tidewater Foundation, was pleased to make a variety of contributions in 2011
public concert December 3 in Claraville The Virginia Northern Neck Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority in collaboration
to many worthy entities in and around the Northern Neck, said publicity chairman Patricia Gallagher. The committee delights in observing these young ladies embrace a time-honored tradition and mission of preserving a philanthropic legacy of giving
with the Rappahannock Founda- back, said Gallagher. The events The debutantes are Miss Heather student at Radford University,
tion for the Arts, River Counties hosted by the debutants during Lynne Carter, a student at Rappa- the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Community Foundation and vari- the holiday season unite them hannock community college, the Louis Flemming Muse of Bowl-
ous churches, organizations, busi- and foster a spirit of altruistic daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald ers Wharf; and Miss Ashleigh
nesses, and individuals are elated advocacy. They also inspire the Everette Carter of Lancaster; Miss Nicole Saunders, a student at
to share with the Northern Neck formation of new and genu- Emma Shanklin Hand, a student at Virginia Commonwealth Uni-
the highly acclaimed African Chil- ine lifelong friendships among Virginia Tech, the daughter of Mr. versity, the daughter of Mr. and
dren's Choir.
likeminded women who whole- and Mrs. Paul Vandervort Hand of Mrs. Mark Evans Saunders of
The chapter is honored to be heartedly endorse returning Lancaster; and Miss Emma East Kilmarnock.
the conduit for bringing such a gifts bestowed upon them to Hollowell, a student at the Univer- Also, Miss Melissa Ann
cultural experience to the area, charitable organizations.
sity of Virginia, the daughter of Mr. Schomer, a student at James
noted Macedonia Baptist Church
Miss Jency McCullough and Mrs. John Warren Hollowell of Madison University, the daughter
co-pastor the Rev. Cynthia J. Rio- Rogers will reign as Queen of Lancaster.
of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Joseph
the Holly Realm. Miss Rogers, Also, Miss LeighAnna Virginia Schomer of Lancaster; and Miss
The choir will give closed per- a student of Bridgewater Col- Morris, a student at the University Kendall Carey Tignor, a student
formances at the Lancaster and lege, is the daughter of Mr. and of Virginia, the daughter of Mr. at Longwood University, the
Northumberland Middle schools Mrs. Frederick Ray Rogers III And Mrs. John Hart Morris IV of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
on Friday, December 2, and will of Reedville.
Warsaw; Miss Mary Jo Muse, a Eugene Tignor of Caret.
present "Journey of Hope" free
to the public at 7 p.m. Saturday,
December 3, at the Northumber-
land High School Auditorium in Claraville. The performance will include the concert choir of the Northum-
Health center posts two holiday events
berland elementary school join-
The Warsaw Health & Rehabilita-
ing in songs of the visiting choir's
tion Center recently announced two
native land.
upcoming holiday events.
This great choir is comprised of
The center will host breakfast with
youth ages 7-11, many of whom
Santa from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Decem-
have lost their parents to famine,
ber 10, said Angela N. Carter. The fee
disease and war, said Rev. Rioland.
is $5 per child and $7 per adult. Tick-
The choir has performed in many
ets will be available through Decem-
countries and the White House.
ber 1.
The production features the
Activities will include a pancake
gripping history of the African
breakfast, a special gift for every boy
Children's Choir while highlight-
and girl, and a photo with Santa.
ing Africa's culturally rich music,
For tickets, call 333-3616, or visit
dance and drumming traditions,
the center at 5373 Richmond Road in
she said.
The center will host "Sounds of the
Holiday Bazaar
Season" at 7 p.m. December 16. The concert will feature choral groups
returns Saturday
from several area churches. Tickets are free but must be picked
to Irvington UMC
up at the center by December 12.
Irvington United Methodist
Cart parade slated Friday
Warsaw parade
is December 4 Church will host its final Holiday 4HE )RVINGTON6ILLAGE )MPROVEMENT !SSOCIATION WILL LAUNCH A NEW
a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, December 4HE#HRISTMAS#ARTS#AROLS0ARADEWILLBEGINATPMAT#HESAPEAKE The Warsaw Christmas Parade will
3. The gift tables are full and the !CADEMYON3TEAMBOAT2OADANDPROCEEDALONG)RVINGTON2OADTO be held at 2 p.m. December 4. "My
stockings are hung, according to +ING#ARTER$RIVE4HEPARADEWILLSTOPAT)RVINGTON5NITED-ETHODIST goal with the parade is to promote
event organizers.
and to provide a means for our citi-
were a great success and the church
zens to donate toys to a worthy cause,"
family wants to thank the commu-
said committee chairman Pat Pugh of
nity for such support for this yearly
the Warsaw-Richmond County Main
fundraiser, said Patty Dawson.
Street Program.
However, this bazaar is not only
The "Tractors, Trucks and Toys
a fundraiser--it becomes a mis-
Christmas Parade" idea ties in with
sion outreach as 20% is tithed; and
the Warsaw-Richmond County Main
because this year is a tough eco-
Street Program whose purpose is to
nomic time, the bazaar committee
"stimulate the traditional downtown
wants to help others afford a spe-
neighborhood/business district revi-
cial gift for that special someone,
talization in Warsaw, creating a posi-
said Dawson. A special part of this
tive image for downtown by promot-
year's tithe goes to two scholar-
ing the downtown as an exciting place
ships, one for a Lancaster High
to live, shop and invest," said Pugh.
School senior and the other for
Toy donations will be collected for
a Northumberland High School
WRAR/WNNT Christmas Wishes at
Tractor Supply in the Times Square
Choose a theme-decorated
Shopping Center for less fortunate
Morattico home tour is Saturday Christmas tree. Select a book with an animal for that special child.
kids in the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula, she said.
Pick up one of the hostess gifts, The Failmezger home, owned by tour at the museum at 6584 Morat- The parade will feature two special
which sell out fast. Select an enter- Roger and Liz Failmezger, at 263 tico Road, or at one of the homes. guests: one dressed in red, sporting a
tainment basket with placemats, Saltwater Drive in Morattico, is one Tickets are $20 each. For advance white beard and a jovial demeanor,
matching napkins, napkin rings, of six waterfront homes on the Mor- tickets, call Linda Beck at 462-6284. and the Budwiser Clydesdale Hitch.
plates, glasses or cups, and an attico Waterfront Museum's Candle- Refreshments and arts and crafts Individuals and groups can choose
ornament. The gift baskets and gift light Christmas House Tour from 4 to demonstrations will be available at to enter in any of the following cat-
items are one-of-a-kind. Yankee 8 p.m. Saturday, December 3.
the museum throughout the after- egories: antique tractors, new trac-
candles are also "stuffed away" in Tickets for the "Time and Tide" noon and evening, said coordinator tors, antique trucks, off road trucks,
gift baskets.
tour may be purchased the day of the Mary Byrd Martin.
and floats with an emphasis on a toy
One additional "something spe-
theme. There is a $15 entry fee per
cial" this year is a handmade quilt by Betty Patterson and Marilyn
Breakfast with Santa slated December 10
unit. The parade route will begin at Rappahannock Community College,
Nolte. This bazaar date is the finaL White Stone Volunteer fire department's annual Breakfast with Santa will with line-up at noon and will end at
day to put in a bid for this beautiful be held from 7 to 10 a.m. December 10.
Tractor Supply where Santa will meet
quilt, said Dawson.
A free buffet breakfast featuring eggs, pancakes, sausage and juice or and greet children of all ages. The
After shopping, dine on home- coffee will be offered, sponsored by Connemara Construction of White judging will take place at the line-up
made chili and cornbread. The Stone, said White Stone VFD spokesman C.D. Hathaway.
with the winners on display at Times
meal is $5 and the chili can be Santa will arrive by fire truck at 8 a.m. The ladies auxiliary will operate a Square Shopping Center.
taken home by the quart for $8. Santa Shop from 8:30 to 10 a.m. featuring gifts for $5 and under, said Hatha- Submit entry forms to P.O. Box
Finally, stop by the bakery booth way.
865, Warsaw, VA 22572 and direct
for a homemade treat to enjoy for Members of the ladies auxiliary will help children shop for people on their any questions to Pat Pugh at pat-
the rest of the day or the rest of the gift lists, he added. This is an opportunity for children to get to see Santa [email protected], or call 313-
week, she said.
without having to stand in long department store lines.
N#HORALECONCERT The Chesapeake Chorale will present its 16th annual holiday concert at 8 p.m. December 2 at Northumberland High School in Claraville, 8 p.m. December 3 at Lancaster Middle School in Kilmarnock and 3 p.m. December 4 at St. Clare Walker Middle School in Locust Hill. Concert tickets are $10 and proceeds support public school music programs. Tickets are available at several businesses and banks, as well as from chorale members or at the door. N#HRISTMASPARTY The Woman's Club of White Stone will hold its Christmas party at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, December 7. A special holiday program will be presented by the Rappahannock Ringers. Bring a sandwich. Desserts and beverages will be provided. Visitors are welcome; call Jane Jones at 435-0331, or Ginger Philbrick at 435-3046. N#HRISTMASTREES The Northern Neck Rotary Club's annual Christmas tree sale is under way at 81 South Main Street in Kilmarnock.With the assistance of the Bank of Lancaster, Santa will greet kids there from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, December 2. N#OMMUNITY#HORUS The Community Chorus will present its annual Christmas Concert at 7 p.m. Sunday, December 4, at Tappahannock Memorial United Methodist Church on Earl Street. The concert also will feature the bell chorus from Tappahannock Junior Academy. N$IABETESSUPPORT A Rappahannock General Hos- pital-sponsored Diabetes Support Group for individuals with Type 1 or 2 diabetes and their family members is now organizing. The first meeting will be held at 5 p.m. Tuesday, December 6, at the Northern Neck Family YMCA in Kilmarnock. Meeting times are subject to change according to participant interest. Those who cannot attend the first meeting, or those who need directions, may call Jennifer Miller at 435-8239, or Becky Booker at 435-8305. N&RUITORDERS Naval oranges and Ruby Red grapefruit will be delivered December 15 to the Kilmarnock Seventh-day Adventist Church. Place orders at 435-1371, 4351252, or 580-5376 on or before December 5. Dried fruit, nuts and baked goods also will be available. N)NTHE"AG Rappahannock General Hospi- tal Volunteer Auxiliary will hold an In the Bag handbag and luggage sale from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. December 1 at the hospital. Cash, check, Mastercard and Visa will be accepted. N,ITTLE!NGELS The "Little Angels" Angel Tree is accepting names of children from the Northern Neck who are from families unable to provide Christmas gifts for their children. Applications may be picked up at Union Bank and EVB Bank in Kilmarnock for children up to 14 years. Angel cards with the name of a child and their age may be picked up at the EVB Banks in Kilmarnock, Burgess, Heathsville and Callao, Union Bank in Kilmarnock, Walmart and Walgreens, both in Kilmanrock. For an application or pickup, call Brenda Shirah at 776-9604, Dori at 7760818, or e-mail [email protected] N7ONDERLAND The White Stone Business Asso- ciation invites the public to welcome the Christmas season with a walk in a winter wonderland from 5 to 7 p.m. December 7. Santa will arrive at the White Stone Village Green on a special vehicle at 5 p.m. A tree-lighting ceremony will follow at 6 p.m. Ornaments for the tree are on sale at various White Stone merchants. Visit merchants to participate in a related contest.
December 1, 2011 Rappahannock Record Kilmarnock, VA
December 1 Thursday !!, 8 p.m., De Sales Hall and Kilmarnock United Methodist Church. !L !./., 8 p.m., Kilmarnock Baptist Church. !LATEEN8 p.m., Kilmarnock Baptist Church. .O .AME.EEDLERS, 1 p.m., The Art of Coffee in Montross. 493-0873. #ANCER3UPPORT'ROUP, 3 p.m., Rappahannock General Hospital. 435-8593. (EATHSVILLE&ORGE "LACKSMITH'UILD 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Rice's Hotel/Hughlett's Tavern. 580-3377. 'RIEF3UPPORT'ROUP, 2 p.m., Henderson United Methodist Church near Callao. 6OLUNTEERS .EEDED 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Help Lancaster/ Northumberland Habitat for Humanity build a house. 4353461, or )N4HE"AG, 7 a.m.-4 p.m., Rappahannock General Hospital, Kilmarnock. Handbag and luggage sale sponsored by RGH Volunteer Auxiliary. Cash, check, Mastercard and Visa will be accepted. 3ENIOR3TOCKINGS$UE. Deliver to EVB Bank and Union Bank in Kilmarnock. Sponsored by Little Angles Christmas effort. Small items needed. For application or pickup, contact 776-9604, 776-0818, or [email protected] 4HE2APPATOMAC7RITERS #RITIQUE'ROUP,11 a.m.,The Oaks, Lively. 7HITE3TONE4OWN#OUNCIL, 7 p.m., town office. 2 Friday !! noon,Trinity Church, Lancaster. !!8 p.m., Calvary Baptist Church, Kilmarnock. !!, 8 p.m., St.Andrews Presbyterian Church, Kilmarnock. !L !NON, noon, Bay Center for Spiritual Development, 31 Noblett Lane, Kilmarnock. "INGO, 7 p.m., Lively firehouse. /VEREATERS!NONYMOUS, 7:30 p.m., Rappahannock Church of Christ, 9514 Richmond Road,Warsaw. 5296671. Yard Sale, noon-4 p.m., Northumberland school board building, Lottsburg.To benefit the Northumberland County Animal Shelter. "OOK3IGNING, 2 p.m., Kilmarnock Museum, Main Street, Kilmarnock. Nancy Hubbard Clark, author of Echoes in Ferryland. &ESTIVAL/F4HE4REES, 7-10 p.m., Northern Neck Family YMCA, Kilmarnock.The Lighting of the Trees party. $40 per person.To attend, contact Donna McGrath at 435-0223, or [email protected] #HESAPEAKE#HORALE #HRISTMAS#ONCERT, 8 p.m., Northumberland High School Auditorium, Claraville. $10. 3ANTA6ISIT, 5-7 p.m., Northern Neck Rotary Club Christmas Tree Lot, 81 South Main Street, Kilmarnock.With assistance from Bank of Lancaster. #HRISTMAS#ARTS#AROLS 0ARADE, 5 p.m., Irvington. Decorated cart parade begins at Chesapekae Academy and proceeds along Steamboat Road and Irvington Road to King Carter Drive.The parade will stop at Irvington United Methodist Church for a tree lighting ceremony, then continue along King Carter Drive for a bonfire at the Tides Inn. 3 Saturday !!, 8 p.m., Irvington Baptist Church. !!, 8 p.m., Heathsville United Methodist Church. !!, 8 p.m., Henderson United Methodist Church. (EATHSVILLE&ORGE "LACKSMITH'UILD, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Rice's Hotel/Hughlett's Tavern. 580-3377. 2EEDVILLE&ISHERMENS -USEUM1UILTERS, 9:30 a.m.noon, Material Girl, Burgess. 453-6434. !DOPTION$AY 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Northumberland County Animal Shelter. Yard Sale, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Northumberland school board building, Lottsburg.To benefit the Northumberland County Animal Shelter &ARMERS-ARKET, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Irvington Commons. Crafts, foods, vendors. %SSENTIAL4REMOR3UPPORT 'ROUP, 10 a.m.-noon, Rappahannock WestminsterCanterbury, Irvington. Dr. Sarah Lageman will present "Living Life to the Fullest: Strategies to Optimize Thinking and Coping Skills." "ABYSITTING3ERVICE, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., St. Stephen's parish hall, 6807 Northumberland Highway,
Heathsville. Sponsored by St. Stephen's Anglican Church Youth Group. $10 per child, family discounts available. Register at 580-3324. #ANDLELIGHT4OUR, 4-8 p.m., Morattico Waterfront Museum "Time and Tide" Christmas house tour. Six waterfront homes in Morattico. $20. Purchase tickets at museum on tour day, or call Linda Beck at 462-6284. (OUSE4OUR, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Historic Urbanna Christmas House Tour. Eight stops. $15 advance, $20 tour day. For tickets, call 761-4840, or visit (OLIDAY"AZAAR, 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Irvington United Methodist Church. Christmas crafts, gifts, baked goods, baskets. Quilt raffle. Lunch, $5. Chili to go by the quart, $8. &ESTIVAL/F4HE4REES, 10-a.m.-5 p.m., Northern Neck Family YMCA, Kilmarnock. Bid on trees and other holiday decorations. Music, other activities including Afternoon with Santa ($3 per child).To attend any of the special activities, contact Donna McGrath at 4350223, or [email protected] (OLIDAY%XPRESS/PEN (OUSE, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Rappahannock River Railroaders, Ballpark Road, Deltaville.Trains in three gauges. Refreshments. Donations accepted. "OOK3IGNING10:30 a.m., Lancaster County Woman's Club, Mary Ball Road, Lancaster. Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library hosts Susan AnthonyTolbert, author of A Quiet Glory, the Life and Times of Dr. James Gilliam. Books, $20. 'IFT3HOP3ALE-USEUM /PEN(OUSE, 2-4 p.m., Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, 8346 Mary Ball Road, Lancaster."Wedding Dresses, Accessories, and Trousseaus 1855-1929." $3 donation for self-guided tour of buildings and exhibits. 'OLDEN6ILLAGE#HRISTMAS, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Rice's Hotel/ Hughlett's Tavern, 73 Monument Place, Heathsville. Gifts, Children's shopping area. Bake shop. Santa. 580-3377 2IVAH-INIATURISTS, 2:30 p.m., Lancaster Comunity Library, Kilmarnock. 435-7001. 3HANE#OOLEY, 3-6 p.m., Good Luck Cellars, Good Luck Road, Kilmarnock. 4REE/F,IGHTS, 7 p.m., Wicomico United Methodist Church,Wicomico Church. Special music. Folks may contribute in memory or in honor of loved ones at $5 per name. Santa will visit and each child will receive a treat bag and refreshments. !FRICAN#HILDRENS#HOIR, 6:30 p.m. doors open, 7 p.m. concert. Northumberland High School Auditorium in Claraville. Hosted by Virginia Northern Neck Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Donations accepted. #HESAPEAKE#HORALE #HRISTMAS#ONCERT, 8 p.m. Lancaster Middle School Theater, Kilmarnock. $10. 4 Sunday !!, 7:30 p.m.,White Stone United Methdodist Church. !!, 5:30 p.m., Henderson United Methodist Church. 7IDOWED0ERSONS 3ERVICE for Lancaster and Northumberland counties, noon.Thai Pot, Kilmarnock, 435-7001. #HESAPEAKE#HORALE #HRISTMAS#ONCERT, 3 p.m., St. Clare Walker Middle School Auditorium, Locust Hill. $10. #OMMUNITY#HORUS #HRISTMAS#ONCERT, 7 p.m., Tappahannock Memorial United Methodist Church, Earl Street, Tappahannock. With Tappahannock Junior Academy bell chorus. &ESTIVAL/F4HE4REES, 11-a.m.-3 p.m., Northern Neck Family YMCA, Kilmarnock. Bid on trees and other holiday decorations. Music, other activities including family portraits by appointment. To attend any of the special activities, contact Donna McGrath at 4350223, or [email protected] (OLIDAY(OUSE4OUR, 3-6 p.m.,Westmoreland County Museum. Five stops. $20. Purchase tickets at the museum, or 493-8440. 4RACTORS4RUCKS4OYS #HRISTMAS0ARADE, 2 p.m., Warsaw, from Rappahannock Community College to the Tractor Supply Store in the Times Square Shopping Center. Santa and other activities will be held at Tractor Supply and the shopping center. Sponsored by the Warsaw-Richmond County Main Street Program. 313-2222.
5 Monday !!, noon, Palmer Hall. !! 8 p.m., Fairfields Baptist Church. #UB3COUT0ACK, 7 p.m., Kilmarnock Baptist Church. 413-7011. 7EIGHT7ATCHERS, 5:30 p.m., St.Andrews Presbyterian Church, Kilmarnock. 0ARKINSONS#ARE0ARTNERS, 10:30 a.m., Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury. 4359553. 2EGISTRATION$EADLINE Woman's Club of White Stone. Mahjong instruction beginning at 9 a.m. January 9. Continue for the next six Mondays until February 13.To register, call Ruth McClean at 435-2406. &RUIT/RDERS$UE, Kilmarnock-Seventh Day Adventist Church. Naval oranges, Ruby Red grapefruit, dried fruit, nuts, baked goods. Place orders at 435-1371, 4351252, or 580-5376. .ORTHERN.ECK!UDUBON 3OCIETY, 7 p.m., Grace Episcopal Church, Kilmarnock. Refuge manager Andy Hofmann will present an overview of the Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge and information on migratory birds likely to be seen on or near the refuge during winter months. 4HE(OLLY4HE)VY, 3 p.m., Christ Church, 420 Christ Church Road,Weems. Seasonal songfest, traditional carols. 4386855. #02"ASIC,IFE3UPPORT &OR(EALTHCARE0ROVIDERS, 8 a.m., Rappahannock General Hospital. $45.To register, call Cathy Myers at 435-8280. 6 Tuesday #ELEBRATE2ECOVERY, 7-9 p.m.,White Stone Church of the Nazarene Family Life Center, 57 Whisk Drive. 4359886. !!, 7 and 8 p.m., Palmer Hall. !L !./., 8 p.m., at Kilmarnock United Methodist Church. $UPLICATE"RIDGE, 1 p.m., Woman's Club of Lancaster. 462-0742. -ARINE#ORPS,EAGUE, 7:30 p.m., the Moose Lodge Family Center in Callao. +ILMARNOCK$ISTRICT0IPE "AND, 7:15 p.m., Campbell Memorial Presbyterian Church, Weems. 462-7125. (EATHSVILLE&ORGE "LACKSMITH'UILD, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Rice's Hotel/Hughlett's Tavern. 580-3377. /VEREATERS!NONYMOUS, 7:15 p.m., St.Andrews Presbyterian Church, 435 East Church Street, Kilmarnock. !PHASIA'ROUP, 11 a.m., Rappahannock General Hospital Rahab Outpatient Center, 43 Harris Road, Kilmarnock. $40 per month, or $10 per session. 435-8501. 6OLUNTEERS .EEDED 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Help Lancaster/ Northumberland Habitat for Humanity build a house. 4353461, or Yard Sale, 9 a.m.-noon, Northumberland school board building, Lottsburg.To benefit the Northumberland County Animal Shelter. Half-price sale. $IABETES3UPPORT'ROUP, 5 p.m., Northern Neck Family YMCA, Kilmarnock. Rappahannock General Hospital-sponsored Diabetes Support Group for individuals with Type 1 or 2 diabetes and their family members. Organizational meeting. 4358239 .ORTHERN.ECK#HAPTER (NARFE), noon Horn HArbor House Restaurant, 836 Horn Harbor Road, Burgess. Holiday luncheon. Silent auction to benefit Alzheimer's research. 472-3051. "LOOD$RIVE, noon-6 p.m., St. Stephen's Anglican Church, Heathsville. Sponsored by the American Red Cross, Northumberland County Chapter. "OOKS!RE&UN3ALE, 7 a.m.-4 p.m., Rappahannock General Hospital. Fundraiser sponsored by the RGH Volunteer Auxiliary. 435-8546.
Stone. Christmas party with Rappahannock Ringers. Bring a sandwich.Visitors welcome. 435-3046. 0ARKINSONS3UPPORT 'ROUP, 1 p.m., Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury. Holiday party. 435-9553. !DOPTION$AY 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Northumberland County Animal Shelter. "AZAAR, 2-6 p.m., Rappahannock General Hospital.Themed gift baskets for children and adults, items for decorating for the holidays, items for gift giving. Sponsored by RGH Auxiliary. 4REE,IGHTING 5 p.m., Rappahannock General Hospital.Tree of Lights Ceremony at hospital entrance. In memory or in honor of loved ones. Refreshments. Sponsored by RGH Auxiliary. To help light the tree, call 4358546. 7HITE3TONE7INTER 7ONDERLAND, 5-7 p.m.,White Stone Village Green. Santa will visit.Tree lighting ceremony, 6 p.m. ,ANCASTER#OUNTY3PECIAL %DUCATION!DVISORY #OMMITTEE, 7 p.m., Lancaster Community Library, Kilmarnock.Those interested in Special Education are welcome to attend. "OOKS!RE&UN3ALE, 7 a.m.-4 p.m., Rappahannock General Hospital. Fundraiser sponsored by the RGH Volunteer Auxiliary. 435-8546. !DVENT3PAGHETTI$INNER, 5-6:30 p.m., Bethany United Methodist Church, 454 Main Street, Reedville. Donations accepted towards the Reedville Community Gazebo. Spaghetti dinners also are slated December 14 and 21. 8 Thursday !!, 8 p.m., De Sales Hall and Kilmarnock United Methodist Church. !L !./., 8 p.m., Kilmarnock Baptist Church. !LATEEN8 p.m., Kilmarnock Baptist Church. .O .AME.EEDLERS, 1 p.m., The Art of Coffee, Montross. 493-0873. #ANCER3UPPORT'ROUP, 3 p.m., Rappahannock General Hospital. 435-8593. (EATHSVILLE&ORGE "LACKSMITH'UILD 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Rice's Hotel/Hughlett's Tavern. 580-3377. 'RIEF3UPPORT'ROUP, 2 p.m., Henderson United Methodist Church near Callao. 7ETLANDS"OARD for Lancaster County at 9:30 a.m. at the courthouse in Lancaster. )RVINGTON4OWN#OUNCIL, 7:30 p.m. at the town office. .ORTHUMBERLAND"OARD OF3UPERVISORS5 p.m. in the courts building in Heathsville. 5PPER,ANCASTER2URITAN #LUB, 6:30 p.m. at the Ruritan Center in Lively. 6OLUNTEERS .EEDED 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Help Lancaster/ Northumberland Habitat for Humanity build a house. 4353461, or (OME SCHOOL$AY "IRDS, 9:30-11:30 a.m. Belle Isle state park. Reservations, 462-5030. "OOK3IGNING, 2-4 p.m., Lancaster Community Library, 235 School Street, Kilmarnock. Tansill Johnson , author of Who Is Mooma? and Mooma and the Mouse. #HRISTMAS0ARTY, 3:30-6:30 p.m. Dreamfields, Kilmarnock. American Red Cross, River Counties Chapter. For all volunteers. RSVP, 435-7669. (Submit calendar items to Robert Mason Jr., editor.) donk's Smith Family & Friends Christmas Show Sat., December 10th - 8 p.m.
7 Wednesday !!, 8 p.m.,Trinity Church. 4HE.ORTHERN.ECK2OTARY #LUB5-8 p.m., Great Fortune Restaurant, Kilmarnock. Holiday fellowship.Anyone interested in Rotary is welcome. 4HE+IWANIS#LUB, 7:30 a.m., St.Andrews Presbyterian Church, Kilmarnock. 4HE2OTARY#LUB for Kilmarnock, Irvington and White Stone, 12:30 p.m., Rappahannock Westminster- Canterbury. 4HE.ORTHERN.ECK "AYTONES2 p.m., St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Kilmarnock. 453-6517. 7OMANS#LUB/F7HITE 3TONE, 11:30 a.m., Clubouse, 560 Chespeake Drive,White
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CORNER BAR & GRILL: Located in Uptown Lively corner of Rt 3 and Rt 201. Home of the Ѕlb Black Angus Burger, no filler Crab Cake and Thursday Night Shrimp Special. Casual Dining & Take Outs available. 462-0110 Mon-Thurs 11am11pm, Fri & Sat 11am-1am. DIXIE DELI: Family owned and operated (forever!) Serving lunch 5 days a week, MonFri., 10:30am-3:00pm, subs, soup, our famous potato & chicken salad and sandwiches, 50 Irvington Rd., Kilmarnock 435-6745. EL CHARRITO RESTAURANTE MEXICANO: Open 7 days a week, offering daily specials. Sun. 11:30am9pm, M-Th 11am-10pm, Fri. 11am-11pm, Sat. 11:30am10pm. 652 N. Main St., Kilmarnock 435-1791, FAX 435-1792. HOBBS HOLE RESTAURANT: Tappahannock's premier casual dining experience. Wed. - Fri. Lunch & Dinner, Sat. Dinner, Sun. Brunch. 804-443-4451. KILMARNOCK INN : Call or visit our website to see our special event dinners. Join us for breakfast any day of the week. Sunday brunch `til 2. Ask about our private dinner parties. 804.435.0034. LEE'S RESTAURANT: Hometown cooking and atmosphere in a popular downtown Kilmarnock tradition. Full menu, fresh local seafood in season, homemade pies made daily. (B,L,D) Main St. Kilmarnock, 435-1255. NATE'S TRICK DOG CAFE: Wonderful little restaurant full of music and laughter with extraordinary food located in the "Shops at Trick Dog" in the quaint watertown of Irvington. Open Tues.-Sat. 5pm until closing. Dinner 5pm to 9:30pm. Reservations suggested. 4357 Irvington Road 804-438-6363.
SAL'S PIZZA: Pizza, subs, pasta, burgers, beer, wine, and more. Large parties welcome. Tuesday 4-10pm, Wed.-Thurs. & Sunday 11am-10pm, Fri. & Sat. 11am -11pm, closed Mondays. 456 N. Main St. 435-6770. SEVEN: A sinful martini bar with incredible food. Elegant atmosphere and outstanding service. Open for dinner Wed.-Sat. at 5pm. Check out our website for weekly dining specials. Located inside the plush White Stone Event Center. 606 Chesapeake Dr., White Stone, 4352300. SANDPIPER RESTAURANT: Est. 1982. Specializing in a tradition of quality: fresh seafood, hand cut meats, evening specials, homemade flair. Fabulous spirits and casual atmosphere. Dedicated staff and loyal customers. Full menu. Open at 5pm, Tues-Sat. 850 Rappahannock Drive, White Stone. 435-6176. THE STEAMBOAT RESTAURANT: Enjoy casual dining while overlooking the beautiful Piankatank River Golf Club. We offer a traditional lunch menu, gourmet and traditional evening menus and Sunday Brunch selections. Open Tues.-Sat., 11:00am 2:30pm, Thurs., Fri. & Sat. evenings 5:30pm - 9:00pm, and Sunday Brunch 10:30am - 2:00pm. Banquets, functions and group outings also available. Call 776-6589 (reservations suggested). Located off Rt. 33 at 629, Hartfield, Va. WINDOWS ON THE WATER at Yankee Point Marina Steak & seafood ­ Full ABC ­ Fri Hrs 5 ­ 9 pm Sat. noon ­ 9 pm Sun. Brunch ­ 10 am ­ 4 pm Available for private parties & catering 1303 Oak Hill Rd Lancaster 462-7635 or 462-7324. Call 435-1701 to join the Record's Dining Guide
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House tour to benefit
Fishermen's Museum
The Reedville Fisher-
men's Museum will sponsor
its 17th annual "Christmas
on Cockrell's Creek" house
tour from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
December 10 and 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. December 11.
Tour stops include six
museum facilities. A free
narrated boat shuttle is pro-
Note Connection to give concert vided between the museum and the homes on Cockrell's
The Note Connection, an ensemble of Link (Linking Hope and Help, Inc.), a part- Stops include The Anchor-
eight musical women, will present its Christ- nership of local churches and helping agen- age at 328 Main Street, the
mas concert at 5 p.m. December 10 at St. cies that offers a new approach to helping Haynie-Jett House at 778
Andrews Presbyterian Church at 435 East neighbors in need, said Nowakoski. The Main Street, Bethany United
Church Street in Kilmarnock.
Link will begin operation early in 2012. A Methodist Church, Pleasant
The singers are directed by MaryAnn donation to The Link at the door would be Grove at 520 Fleeton Road,
Goodall and accompanied by Susan Whit- greatly appreciated.
the Haynie Home at 109 Pine
low. The program of joyful music will The Note Connection concert is a gift to Drive, Locksley Hall and the
include John Rutter's "Christmas Lullaby," the community in celebration of the Christ- Kheary Home at 406 Bridge
"The Coventry Carol" and "Go Tell It on the mas season and spirit, she said. Concert Creek Circle.
Mountain," said member Gini Nowakoski. goers are invited to stay for a cup of wassail Part of the museum com-
This year's concert is in support of The after the performance.
plex, the William Walker
House will be specially dec-
Rosalia-Rice wedding held orated for the holidays and serving hot cider and cookies, said Susan Tipton.
The museum's model train exhibit also will be open and included in the tour ticket price. The exhibit will remain on display during normal museum hours through midJanuary. Tour tickets are $25 in advance, or $30 on tour days. Advance tickets may be pur-
chased at the museum office from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and in the museum on weekends. Mail order forms are available at, or 453-6529 for more information. Proceeds benefit the museum's ongoing education and preservation projects.
The long awaited, blessed union of Kendall Rice and Bill Rosalia took place Sunday, November 20, 2011, at Kilmarnock United Methodist Church in Kilmarnock. The marriage at 4 p.m. was officiated by the Rev. Deborah
Hospital auxiliary to sponsor book sale
Custom Decorating, Accessories and Gifts 18 S. Main St. Kilmarnock, VA 435-1783
Marion. Music by organist
The "Books are Fun" fund-
Barbara Watson and trumpet
raiser sale sponsored by the
player Aaron Young filled the sanctuary welcoming family
Rappahannock General Hospital Volunteer Auxiliary is
Kilmarnock Antique
and friends. Kendall is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Rice of
back to help residents with their holiday shopping. The sale will be held from
White Stone and the grand-
7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday,
& take quality consignments!
daughter of Mrs. Ruth Rice of Lancaster and Mr. Thomas Holleman of Ocala, Fla. Bill
December 6, and Wednesday, December 7, at Rappahannock General Hospital in Kil-
144 School Street Kilmarnock, VA
is the son of Mr. Ed Rosalia
of Kissimmee, Fla., and Mrs. and college and included included Mr. Brandon Rosa- The sale will include chilCharles Reynolds of Weems. Mrs. Mary Lorenzino, Mrs. lia, son of the groom, who dren's books, cookbooks and He is the grandson of Mrs. Lacey Haydon, Mrs. Brooks served as best man. Grooms- general interest books, as well
or Facebook for a tour of our gallery 804-435-1207
Camille Rosalia of Apopka, Stewart, Ms. Kristen Dodson, men included Mr. Ed Rosalia as stationery, scrapbooking
Ms. Anna Tingle, Ms. Tara and the groom's brothers, Mr. items, music collections and
Attendants to the bride Bonner, Ms. Amanda Carter, Nick Rosalia, Mr. Christo- lots of children's educational included MS. Kim Rosa- Ms. Heather Obsharsky, Ms pher Rosalia and Mr. Charlie materials, said auxiliary presilia, sister of the groom, who Kisa O'Brien, Ms. Cheryl Reynolds. Other attendants dent Linda Cales. There also
How Much Are You Worth? Priceless!
served as maid of honor. Makulowich, Mr. JohnMike were friends from football, will be holiday merchandise Bridesmaids were friends Nelson and Mr. Jordan Rice, baseball, fishing parties, and available.
How Much Are Your
from years of slumber parties, brother of the bride.
school including Mr. Craig "These items make great
birthdays, first cars, proms, Attendants to the groom Pitman, Mr. Eric Robbins, Christmas gifts for family
Jewels Worth?
Mr. Wade Wilmore, Mr. Chad and friends. Hope to see you
Find out by having yours appraised
Sorukas, Mr. Matt Chapman, there," said Cales. Mr. Roger Stewart, Mr. Alex Schellhaas and Mr. Andy
Certified Gemologist By Appointment
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Leaf children Sky and Eli Stewart dropped autumn
10:00 - 2:00
leaves along the aisle leading the bride to the Harvest Altar.
The bride and groom were welcomed to their reception by retired Col. Neil Smart and his Scottish music as he played
3OUTH-AIN3TREETs+ILMARNOCK6! s "52+%3 "Making Memories since 1969"
his bagpipe on the front porch
of Good Luck Cellars Winery.
Family and guests were danc-
Holiday House Tour ing a Highland jig as they entered the reception hall to the music of DJ Brian Wojtach
slated December 10 playing "WillYou Marry Me, Bill?" The cake was prepared
Cooley returns The Steamboat Era Museum in Irvington will sponsor a Hol- by the bride's father who iday House Tour from noon to 5 p.m. December 10. The tour announced that after years to Good Luck will include five stops from High Banks to Windmill Point. of making cakes for brides, Tickets are $20 and the event will benefit the museum, he will only make one more
according to executive director Terri Thaxton.
wedding cake and that will Shane Cooley, who won
Stops include the Somers home on a sandy stretch off Wind- be for his son, Jordan. The second place for "Best Male
jammer Lane at the end of Windmill Point Road.
cake cutting and serving was Artist" in the International
Live Music
The Mendoza home in High Bank sits high above the Rappa- handled by the bride's aunts, Acoustic Music Awards, will hannock River, with architecture resembling the narrow two- Mrs. Sunnie Halstead of Kitty perform in the tasting room
Thursday Night
story structures known as "tents" found at the local church Hawk, N.C., and Mrs. Jenny at Good Luck Cellars Estate
camps during the 1800s. Other homes were described in a pre- Holleman of Suffolk.
Winery from 3 to 6 p.m. Sat-
7--10 p.m.
vious article.
The evening passed too urday, December 3.
Visitors also may stop at the White Stone Event Center where quickly as the happy couple Cooley said he will be per-
museum staff will serve hot cider and cookies, said Thaxton. danced the night away dream- forming mostly original mate-
Tour tickets may be purchased at the museum at 156 King ing of their honeymoon cruise rial, including his original
featuring Mike McDivitt &
Carter Drive in Irvington, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays to the Bahamas. through Saturdays and 1 to 4 p.m. November 27.
Christmas song, "Window Shopping for a Long Lost
Daniel Driscol
His new album, "West
Eat-In · Take-Out
Land," will be available for purchase. The album recently
Catering · Holiday Events
was signed to Mighty Gen-
eration Music for film and TV
Santa will arrive at 10 a.m. Bethany United Methodist The Lancaster Community placements.
Saturday at the Reedville Church will host a trio of spa- Library lottery is under way. Good Luck Cellars Estate
Fishermen's Museum dock on ghetti dinners from 5 to 6:30 Particiapnts ahve a chance to Winery is at 1025 Good Luck
25 Cross Street · Urbanna Port Urbanna Marina (804) 286-9016
Cockrell's Creek, aboard the p.m. December 7, 14 and 21, win $10,000.Through Decem- Road near Kilmarnock.
Elva C.
during Advent. Donations will ber 22 tickets are $95. After
Children can join Santa on be accepted towards the Reed- that date, they go up to $100.
Open for Two More Weekends a tour of the museum train sta- ville Community Gazebo.
For tickets, stop by the
tion and enjoy refreshments The dinners will be held library at 235 School Street in
and photos with him at the in the Bethany UMC fellow- Kilmarnock, or call 435-1729. Bethany United Methodist ship hall at 454 Main Street in
December 2-4 & Dec. 9-11
Church fellowship hall. This is Reedville.
a free event.
Stratford Hall will host Serving Dinner Friday Night
1774: A Stratford Hall Christmastide from 4:30 to 8:30
Lunch & Dinner Saturday & Sunday
Free diabetic information The Salvation Army seeks p.m. December 10 at the Great with a registered nurse and donations to support a Christ- House at 483 Great House Don't forget the Crazy Crab gift shop
dietitian is offered from 9 to mas gift campaign for children Road in Stratford.
11 a.m. every second Tues- as well as food boxes, accord- Washington's Camerata, a
day at Rappahannock General ing to local chairman Dianna period instrument ensemble,
will perform at 5:30 p.m. and
& Gift Certificates for that special someone on your Christmas list.
Upcoming sessions are "Remember, 90% of what at 6:45 p.m. A special Christ-
slated December 13, January you give in Lancaster County, mas dinner will be served by
9, February 14 and March 13. stays in the county," said reservation only in the Strat-
Meetings are held at the RGH Carter. Send donations to Sal- ford Hall Dining Room. For
Rehab Center on William B. vation Army, 22 Foxhill Drive, seating times, prices and res-
Graham Court in Kilmarnock. Kilmarnock, VA 22482, or ervations, call 493-8038, or
To register, call 435-8239. call 435-1960.
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December 1, 2011 Rappahannock Record Kilmarnock, VA
ANGLICAN Holy Redeemer Anglican Grant Church, Lerty 493-7407 Rev. Dr. W. R. Gardiner 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 11 a.m., Holy Communion St. James Church 1724 Abingdon Glebe Lane Gloucester, 757-814-5984 Father Kevin Sweeney Chaplain David Masterson 1928 Prayer Book, 1940 Hymnal 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 11 a.m., Communion Service 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 6:30 p.m., Holy Communion and Religious Education St. Stephen's Anglican 6853 Northumberland Highway, Heathsville; 580-4555; Rev. Jeffrey O. Cerar; ststephensva. org; Office hours:Tues-Fri 8:30 a.m.-12 noon 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., Worship Service 11 a.m., Sunday School Nursery provided and Coffee Hour following worship -ONDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., Children's Bible Story 4UESDAY$ECEMBER 7 a.m., 3 and 7p.m., Bible Study RD4HURSDAYOF-ONTH 11 a.m., Program & Lunch for all community women Thrift Shop: Open Tues.-Fri., 10 a.m. -4 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. BAPTIST Beulah Baptist 4448 Mary Ball Road, Lively; 462-5000; Rev. Milton Jackson 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10:30 a.m., Sunday School 11:15 a.m., Prayer and Praise 11:30 a.m.,Worship Service 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Bible Study Bethany Baptist Church Rt. 360, Callao; 529-6890 Rev. Kori Kiss 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Prayer Calvary Baptist 490 East Church Street Kilmarnock; 435-1052 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 8:45 a.m., Church School 10 a.m., Devotions 10:15 a.m.,Worship with Communion 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Prayer Mtg. Claybrook Baptist 2242Weems Road,Weems; 438-5570; Rev. Stephen Turner 4HURSDAY$ECEMBER 5:30 p.m., Christmas Pageant Practice 3ATURDAY$ECEMBER 2-4 p.m., Dunaway Birthday Celebration 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 8:30 a.m., Deacon's Mtg. 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m., Morning Worship 5:30 p.m., Christmas Pageant Practice 6 p.m.,Adult Bible Study, Bible Drills & Skills Vegetable soup on sale after 12 noon service, $7 quart Coan Baptist 2068 Coan Stage Road, Heathsville; 580-2751 Rev. Robert Lee Farmer 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship 4UESDAY$ECEMBER 7:30 p.m., Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Prayer Mtg. 7:45 p.m., Choir Rehearsal Corrottoman Baptist 48 Ottoman Ferry Road, Ottoman; 462-5674; Rev. David C. Cromer 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m., Morning Worship 4UESDAY$ECEMBER 6:30 p.m., Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Prayer/Bible Study Fairfields Baptist 15213 Northumberland Hwy., Burgess; 453-3530; David Riley 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship Service 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Prayer/Bible Study Fairport Baptist 2399 Fairport Road Reedville; 453-3235 Rev. Neale School 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7:30 p.m., Bible Study & Prayer Friendship Baptist Hartfield, 693-5503; Pastor McKibbon 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:30 a.m., Coffee, cookies and donuts in Fellowship Hall 10 a.m., Sunday School 10 a.m., Contemporary Service 11 a.m., Celebration Service Nursery provided 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 6 p.m., Prayer Mtg. 7 p.m., Choir Practice Harmony Grove Baptist Routes 3 and 33,Topping; 758-5154 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship Nursery provided, 9:45 & 11 a.m. 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 6:30 p.m., Prayer Mtg./Bible Study Hartswell Baptist 10559 River Road, Lancaster; 462-0845;Rev.Ernest D.Webster 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10:15 a.m., Sunday School
11 a.m., Prayer & Praise 11:30 a.m.,Worship Iglesia Paz de Dios (Peace of God Church) 33 Irvington Rd., Kilmarnock, 436-5478 Rvda. Brooke V. Carrillo, Pastora 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 12 noon, Servicio a las Irvington Baptist 53 King Carter Drive Irvington; 438-6971 Rev. John Howard Farmer 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 10 a.m., Bible Classes 11 a.m.,Worship 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 12 noon,Women's AA 7 p.m., Fellowship and Sharing Kilmarnock Baptist 65 East Church St. Kilmarnock; 435-1703, Rev. Matthew Tennant 4HURSDAY$ECEMBER 8 p.m.,Al-Anon/Alateen 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m.,Worship 9 a.m., Prayer 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m., Worship, Hanging of the Greens 11:15 a.m., Children's Church 6 p.m., H20 Youth Group -ONDAY$ECEMBER 5 p.m.,WOW Rehearsal 6:30 p.m., Scouts 6:45 p.m., Handbell Choir rehearsal 4UESDAY$ECEMBER 2-4 p.m., Homeschoolers 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., Ladies Bible Study (covered dish lunch to follow) 1 p.m., Food Pantry 6 p.m.,WOW (Worship on Wednesday) 6:30 p.m., Church Supper (covered dish) 7:15 p.m., discussion group 7:15 p.m., Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal Lebanon Baptist Field Rev. Carlton Milstead, Pastor 3UNDAY$ECEMBER ,EBANON 9:45 a.m.,Worship Service 11 a.m., Sunday School 0ROVIDENCE 10:45 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship .ORWOOD No Services Lighthouse Baptist Independent 7022 Jessie DuPont Memorial Highway,Wicomico Church; Pastor David Jett Sr., 435-2435 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship/Children's Church 6 p.m.,Worship 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Prayer and Bible Study Choir Rehearsal afterward Nursery provided-all services Maple Grove Baptist Windmill Point Road, Foxwells Speaker: Mark Boswell 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m.,Worship Morattico Baptist 924 Morattico Church Road, P. O. Box 228 Kilmarnock; 4353623 Rev. Craig Smith, 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship Mount Vernon Baptist 269 James Wharf Road White Stone; 435-1272 Rev. Peyton Waller, Pastor 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m., Sunday School 10 a.m.,Worship Mt. Olive Baptist 6749 Jesse Dupont Mem. Hwy. Wicomico Church; 804-4353725; Rev. Quenton L. Keatts 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 7:45 a.m., Prayer & Praise 8 a.m.,Worship 10 a.m., Sunday School -ONDAY$ECEMBER 6 p.m., Bible Study New Friendship Baptist Burgess; 580-2127 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m., Morning Worship 7 p.m., Bible Study 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Bible Study 8 p.m.,Adult Choir Practice New Hope Baptist 2596 Walmsley Road, Lottsburg; 529-9223 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:15 a.m., Bible Study 10:15 a.m.,Worship 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Prayer Service 8 p.m., Choir Practice Northern Neck Baptist 280 Hampton Hall Hwy. Callao; 529-6310 Rev. Ken Overby, Pastor 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 10:45 a.m., Morning Worship 6 p.m., Evening Service 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Prayer Mtg. New St. John's Baptist Kilmarnock Rev. Dwight Johnson, Pastor 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m., Church Service 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Bible Study/Prayer Mtg. Queen Esther Baptist 7228 River Road, Lancaster; 462-7780, Rev. James E. Smith 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m., Morning Worship 3 p.m., Annual Day-Guest, Kim Bunns 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Bible Study Second Baptist 34 Wellfords Wharf Road Warsaw; 333-4280 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., Sunday School 11:30 a.m.,Worship
4HURSDAY$ECEMBER 12:30 & 7:30 p.m., Bible Study Sharon Baptist 1413 Lumberlost Road, Weems; 438-6659 Rev. Dale Bunns, Pastor 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:45 a.m., "Power Hour" 11 a.m., Morning Worship 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 2 p.m.,"A Day in theWord" 7 p.m., Evening Bible Study )NTERCESSORY0RAYER(OUR 9 a.m.,Wednesday 6:30 a.m.,Thursday Smithland Baptist 1047 Walnut Point Road Heathsville; 580-2843 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship 4UESDAY$ECEMBER 6:30 p.m., Choir Practice 7:30 p.m., Bible Study White Stone Baptist 517 Chesapeake Drive White Stone; 435-1413 Dr. Manuel S."Jeff" Shanaberger, Pastor; [email protected] 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship Nursery provided -ONDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Deacons' Mtg. 7 p.m., Boy Scout Mtg. 4UESDAY$ECEMBER 1-3 p.m., Food Pantry Open Lancaster County residents 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 10:30 a.m.,WMU Willie Chapel Baptist 510 Merry Point Road; 4625500, Rev. Rose Curry, Pastor 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 8:45 a.m., Sunday School 10:15 a.m., Prayer and Praise 10:30 a.m.,Worship 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 4 p.m., Senior Bible Study 7 p.m., Bible Study Zion Baptist Church 2309 Northumberland Highway, Lottsburg; 529-6033 Apostle John H. Bibbens 3ATURDAY$ECEMBER 7 a.m., intercessory prayer 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 8 a.m., Hour of Power Worship 9:30 a.m., Sunday School 10:45 a.m., Mid-Morning Worship 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 5:30-6:30 a.m., Hour of Prayer 7 p.m., Prayer, Praise & Bible Study for Adults & Youth CATHOLIC St. Francis de Sales Catholic 154 East Church Street, Kilmarnock, Rev. James C. Bruse -ASS3CHEDULE 4HURSDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m., Normal Weekday Mass &RIDAY$ECEMBER 1st Friday Mass 3ATURDAY$ECEMBER 1st Saturday-2nd Sunday of Advent 3:30-4:40 p.m., 1st Saturday Confessions 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 2nd Sunday of Advent 9 & 11 a.m. Mass -ONDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m., Mass All Day Adoration & 7 p.m. Novena/Benediction 4UESDAY$ECEMBER: 9 a.m., Mass 7 to 8:30 p.m., Advent Penance Service 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m., Mass The Catholic Church of the Visitation 8462 Puller Highway Topping; 758-5160 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m., Mass 7EDNESDAYSAND4HURSDAYS 9 a.m., Mass CHURCH OF GOD Tibitha Church of God 991 Fleeton Road, P. O. Box 167, Reedville; 453-4972; Rev. Steven P. Hency website: 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m.,Worship 11:15 a.m., Sunday School 7 p.m., Small Group Prayer 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 6 p.m., Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m., Bible Study Warsaw Church of God 15 Church Lane,Warsaw; 333-4951, Dave and Tami Metz 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m., Morning Celebration 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Life Groups EPISCOPAL Grace Episcopal 303 South Main Street, Kilmarnock; 435-1285 The Rev. David H. May, Rector 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 8 a.m., Holy Eucharist, Rite I 9:15 a.m., Adult Forum 10:15 a.m., Godly Play & Quest 10:30 a.m., Holy Eucharist, Rite II 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 10:30 a.m., Holy Eucharist with Prayers for Healing 4UES7ED4HURS 8 a.m., Morning Prayer/Chapel St. Mary's Episcopal 3020 Fleeton Road, Fleeton; 453-6712; Rev. Lynn Holland &RIDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Free Movies to the public 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 11 a.m.,Worship 4HRIFT3HOP Open Tues..Sat.,11 a.m.-3 p.m. ; 453-4830 108 Fairport Rd., Reedville; St. Mary's Whitechapel Episcopal 5940 White Chapel Road, Lancaster, 462-5908; Rev.Torrence M. Harman [email protected] Office Hours: 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Mon.-Fri. tours by appointment 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 11:15 a.m.,The Second Sunday of Advent, Holy Eucharist St. Stephen's Episcopal (The Diocese of Virginia) 6538 Northumberland Hwy. 724-4238; Rev. Lucia Lloyd 4HURSDAY$ECEMBER 5:30 p.m., Evening Prayer 6 p.m., Join us for Potluck 7 p.m., Program 3ATURDAY$ECEMBER 12:30 p.m., 5th Annual Oysters & Oldies @ Roanoke Farm 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 8:15 a.m., Choir Practice 9 a.m., Holy Eucharist 10:30 a.m., Sunday School and Bible Study on Meade's Back Porch Trinity Episcopal 8484 Mary Ball Road, Lancaster; The Rev.Torrence M. Harman 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:30 a.m.,The Second Sunday of Advent St. Nicholas Day Celebration Wicomico Parish 5191 Jessie duPont Memorial Highway,Wicomico Church; 580-6445; Rev. Howard Hanchey (Interim) 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 8 a.m., Communion, breakfast follows 10 a.m., Sunday School-nursery 10 a.m., Communion 11 a.m., Coffee Hour Thrift Shop: Mon.,Wed., Fri., 11 a.m.-4 p.m., & Sat, 9 a.m.-12 noon LUTHERAN Apostles Lutheran Main Street, Gloucester; 6939098 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:15 a.m., Sunday School 10:30 a.m.,Worship Good Shepherd Lutheran 2 miles North of Callao on Hwy. 202 Callao; C-5295948, H-472-2890; Rev. Michael Ramming, Pastor [email protected] com; 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m., Worship with Youth Sunday School 10 a.m., Coffee Fellowship 10:30 a.m.,Adult Bible Study Living Water ,UTHERAN#HURCH%,#! 83 Bluff Point Rd., 435-6650 Rev. John D. Ericson [email protected] website: 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m., Sunday School for all ages 10 a.m.,Worship Service. Trinity Lutheran Woman's Club Building,Virginia Street, Urbanna; 758-4257 Rev. Paul Napier, Pastor 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m.,Worship METHODIST Afton UMC 5130 Hacks Neck Road Ophelia; 453-3770 Rev. John M. Jones Sr. 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship Service Asbury UMC 4393 Windmil Point Road Rev. Ray Massie, Rev.ThomasW. Oder, Pastor Emeritus 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m.,Worship Bethany UMC 454 Main Street, Reedville; 4533282; [email protected] com; Rev. Susie Brack Parsonage: 453-3329 Pastor [email protected] 3UNDAY$ECEMBER
9:30 a.m.,Worship 10:30 a.m., Fellowship 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Bible Study Bethel-Emmanuel UMC 462-5790; Rev. Robert O. Jones, Jr.; (Elevator Available) 3UNDAY$ECEMBER "ETHEL 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship Service %MMANUEL 9:30 a.m.,Worship Service 11 a.m., Sunday School Bluff Point UMC Rev. Ray Massie - 443-5092 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 11 a.m.,Worship Noon, Coffee Fellowship Fairfields UMC 14741 Northumberland Highway, Burgess; 453-2631 Rev. John M. Jones Sr. 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m., Sunday School 9:45 a.m.,Worship Galilee UMC 747 Hull Neck Road, Edwardsville; 580-7306 Rev. Charles F. Bates 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship 4UESDAY$ECEMBER Bible Study Heathsville UMC 39 Courthouse Road, Heathsville; 580-3630 Rev. Rebecca L. Minor, Pastor 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m., Sunday School 10 a.m.,Worship Henderson UMC 72 Henderson Drive, Callao 529-6769; Rev. Lou Ann Frederick 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m., Contemporary Service 10 a.m., Sunday School-all ages 11 a.m.,Worship traditional 5:30 p.m.,AA Mtg. Irvington UMC 26 King Carter Drive, Irvington; 438-6800; Jarvis Bailey, Pastor 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m., Sunday School 10 a.m.,Worship Nursery Available 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 12 p.m.,Women's AA Kilmarnock UMC 89 East Church Street, Kilmarnock, 435-1797; Rev. Deborah T. Marion (Elevator access) 4HURSDAY$ECEMBER 8 p.m.,AA &RIDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., UMW Executive Committee 5:15 p.m., Fun Friday 8 p.m., NA 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 8:30 a.m.,Worship 9:30 a.m., Sunday School (Adult). Advent study begins. 10 a.m., Sunday School (Youth & Children) 11 a.m.,Worship Called Charge Conference (follows 11 a.m. service) -ONDAY$ECEMBER Poinsettia Orders Due 8 p.m.,Al-Anon 4UESDAY$ECEMBER 6 p.m., UMW Potluck 6 p.m.,Al-Anon 8 p.m.,Al-Anon 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 6 p.m., Handbell Practice 7 p.m.,Choir Melrose UMC 1317 Lewisetta Rd., Lottsburg 529-6344; Parsonage: 529-7721; Pastor Janet Grissett 4HURSDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Holy Thursday 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 8:30 a.m.,Worship 10 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship Service %VERYNDTH 7EDNESDAYS 6 p.m., Dinner/ Worship Mila UMC 1690 Mila Road 580-9723; Rev. Donna Blythe 3UNDAY$ECEMBER #OMMUNION3UNDAY 9:45 a.m.,Worship 4UESDAY$ECEMBER 6:30 p.m., Cub Scouts Pack 215 Rehoboth UMC 126 Shiloh School Rd., Kilmarnock 725-2574 Ralph Carrington, Pastor 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m.,Worship 10:45 a.m. Coffee/ Fellowship Communion 1st Sunday White Stone UMC 118 Methodist Church Road, White Stone; 435-3555 Rev. Bryan McClain, Pastor [email protected] *Elevator available 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:30 a.m., Sunday School Class 10:30 a.m., Fellowship Time 11 a.m.,Worship Service/ Children's Church 3:30p.m., Nouvelet Chamber Choir Practice 7:30 p.m., AA Mtg. 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 8:30 a.m., Coffee & Prayer at Lee's Restaurant 7 p.m., Choir Practice 4HURSDAY$ECEMBER 9:30 a.m.,Women's Bible Study at Virginia Lee's House 4HRIFT3HOPTues.-Sat., 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Wicomico UMC Rt. 200 at Wicomico Church 580-9723; Rev. Donna Blythe 4HURSDAY$ECEMBER 1:30 p.m., Bible Study 3ATURDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m.,Tree Lighting Service 3UNDAY$ECEMBER #OMMUNION3UNDAY 11 a.m.,Worship 12 noon, Coffee & Fellowship 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 3 p.m., Food Pantry 7 p.m.,Advent Bible Study PRESBYTERIAN Campbell Memorial Presbyterian Rt. 222 (Weems Road), In the Village of Weems, 4386875; Rev.W. Clay Macaulay, Pastor Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. 3UNDAY$ECEMBER ND3UNDAYOF!DVENT 9 a.m., Praise Service 9:30 a.m., Decorating the Church 9:45 a.m., Church School 10 a.m.,Choir Rehearsal 11 a.m.,Worship 12 p.m., Coffee Hour -ONDAY$ECEMBER 8 a.m., Men's Bible Study 9:30 a.m., Fellowship & Family Life 4UESDAY$ECEMBER 1:30 p.m., Staff Mtg. 5 p.m., Praise Band Rehearsal 7 p.m., Kilmarnock Pipes 7 p.m., Choir Rehearsal 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m., Personnel Committee @ Davenport Milden Presbyterian Sharps 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship with nursery St. Andrews Presbyterian 435 East Church Street, Kilmarnock; 435-3948 Rev. Dr.Thomas R. Coye 4HURSDAY$ECEMBER 4 p.m., Chatting with Tom 4:30 p.m.,VisionTeam 4:30 p.m., Choir Practice 6 p.m., Bells of St.Andrews practice 3UNDAY $ECEMBER 9 a.m., Bells of the Bay practice 9:45 a.m., Sunday School (all ages) 11 a.m.Worship: "When the Time Is Right" I Peter 3:8-15 Wesley Presbyterian 1272Taylors Creek Rd.Weems, 804-438-5853; Rev. M. P.White 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m.,Worship OTHER DENOMINATIONS Calvary Pentecostal John's Neck Road,Weems 438-5393; Clarence Jones 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 7:30 a.m., Radio Broadcast, 101.7 FM 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship 6 p.m., Praise and Worship 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 6 p.m.,Worship Christian Science Society Lancaster Women's Building, Route 3, Lancaster 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10:30 a.m., Service, Sunday School STANDRD7EDNESDAY 7:30 p.m.,Testimony Mtg. Church of Deliverance 3734 Mary Ball Road, Lively; 462-0553 Rev. Donald O. Conaway 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship 7 p.m.,Worship 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Prayer and Bible Study City Worship Centre of Kilmarnock Dreamfield Irvington Road, Kilmarnock, 804-761-1578 Pastors Mike and Lesley Gates 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m.Worship Service Cornerstone Fellowship 2243 Buckley Hall Rd. at Rt. 3 & Rt. 198 Cobbs Creek; 725-9145;; Rev. Chris Morgan 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., Morning Worship 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Midweek Service Nursery, Children andYouth Ministry provided Ecclesia of Love International Ministries, Inc. 435-2789 Dr. Sheila L. Stone PH.D, Pastor Holy Tabernacle of God 2341 Merry Point Road, Lancaster; Elder Nancy Pinn 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m.,Worship Guest minister: Mabel Turner Robinson -ONDAY$ECEMBER 4 p.m., Intercessary Prayer 4UESDAY$ECEMBER Noon Day Prayer 6 p.m., Prayer and Bible Study
RD7EDNESDAYONLY: 10 a.m., Emergency Food Bank Hope Alive Christian Center 149 Queen Street, Tappahannock; 443-5165 Pete and Pam Sullivan, Pastors 4HURSDAY$ECEMBER 6 p.m., Prayer 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:30 a.m., Sunday School 10:30 a.m.,Worship 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER Noon, Prayer 7 p.m.,Worship Love Makes a Difference Outreach Ministries 1027 Jessie duPont Memorial Highway Burgess; 453-3939 Rev. Raymond C. & Gayle Boyd, Pastor 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m., Hour of Prayer 10 a.m., Spiritual Enrichment 11 a.m.,Worship 4UESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Spiritual Enrichment 4HURSDAY$ECEMBER 6 p.m., Spiritual Enrichment for Youth and Youth Adults %VERY4HIRD&RIDAY 7 p.m.,Women ofVirtue Fellowship New Life Ministries 10177 Jessie DuPont Mem. Hwy. 462-3234; 436-6498 Pastor C. Richard Lynn; 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., Fellowship Time 10:30 a.m., Morning Service 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 6 p.m., Fellowship covered dish dinner 7 p.m., Evening Service %VERYTH3ATURDAY Food Bank 8:30-11a.m. Emergency Food Pantry Eugene & Ruby Churchill 804-580-0738 Northern Neck Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) 580-4505; David Scarbrough, %VERY&IRST3UNDAY 10 a.m., Silent Worship 11 a.m., Discussion 12 noon, Social Fellowship Rappahannock Church of Christ 9514 Richmond Road,Warsaw 333-9659 and 333-1559 Walker Gaulding, Sr. Minister, JimWard,Associate Minister, Kent Childers,Youth Minister 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 8:30 a.m., 1st Worship Service 10 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m., 2nd Worship Service 6:30 p.m., Bible Study Seventh-Day Adventist 401 South Main Street, Kilmarnock 804-443-3070/804-443-1821 Clinton M.Adams, Pastor 3ATURDAY$ECEMBER 9 a.m.,Worship Service 10:30 a.m., Sabbath School -ONDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Prayer Mtg. Shachah World Ministries of the Northern Neck 504 N. Main St. Kilmarnock,VA Pastor Dean Carter 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 8 a.m., Service Sabbath School to follow 4HURSDAY$ECEMBER 7:30 p.m., Bible Study The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 11650 Mary Ball Road 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 9:30 a.m., Meeting The Church of New Vision 1435 Millenbeck Rd. Lancaster; 462-7727 Senior Pastor: Ronald E. Dunaway 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10 a.m., Sunday School ST TH3UNDAY 10:45 a.m., Church Service 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Bible Study Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Rappahannock 366 James Wharf Road White Stone 758-4790; L. Lowrey 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 10:30 a.m., Fellowship Service Speaker: Hank Stupi Topic:"A Little Help From My Friends" Coffee/Conversation to follow Victory Temple Church 1252 Morattico Road 462-5512; Rev.Annie Gaskins &RIDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Bible Study 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 11 a.m., Sunday School 12 noon, Praise and Worship 7 p.m.,Worship Service White Stone Church of the Nazarene Family Life Center 57Whisk Drive,White Stone Hours: Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 435-9886 OR 435-1165 Rev. Jim Jackson, Senior Pastor &RIDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m., Game Night-off site 3UNDAY$ECEMBER 8:30 a.m.,Adult Bible Study 9 a.m.,Teen Bible Study (gr. 7-12) 9:45 a.m., Praise and Worship: Kid's Worship Classes/Nursery 6 p.m. Sunday Night Teen Service (gr. 7-12); Infusion (gr. 5-6) -ONDAY$ECEMBER 7 p.m.,Adult Bible Study-off site 4UESDAY$ECEMBER 8:30 a.m., Fellowship and Prayer Breakfast (Lee's Restaurant) 9:30 a.m.,Women's Bible Study 7 p.m., Celebrate Recovery 7EDNESDAY$ECEMBER 6:30 a.m., Morning Prayer 6 p.m.,Women's Bible Study 4HURSDAY$ECEMBER 6 p.m., Creative Ministry 7 p.m., Men's Bible Study 8 p.m., Men's Basketball
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-ICHAEL3"ECKWITH H E AT H S V I L L E -- Michael Steven Beckwith, 60, of Heathsville died November 29, 2011. He was a U.S. Army Vietnam War Veteran. He was retired as a maintenance worker in the banking industry. He is survived by his mother, Della F. Beckwith, and sister, Patricia Zysk. A memorial service will be held at a later date at the Arlington National Cemetery. $USTY7$OUGLAS LANCASTER--Dusty Wayne Douglas, 30, of Lancaster died November 18. He was the son of William Wayne Douglas of Warsaw and Deborah Packett Douglas of Lancaster. Mr. Douglas was a selfemployed carpenter and a member of Henderson United Methodist Church. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Bud Douglas; and his maternal grandfather, John Alfred Packett Sr. In addition to his parents, survivors are his grandparents, Robert Lee and Leona Newsome of Lottsburg; grandmother, Marjorie Packett of Henrico; daughters, Victoria Michelle Douglas of Lancaster and Kylee Marie Banes of Ohio; sister, Ashley Dawn Douglas of Heathsville; and stepbrother, Eric Thrift of Richmond. Funeral services were held November 22 at the Welch Funeral Home, Marks Chapel. Memorial contributions may be made to The Richmond Outreach Center, 5501 Midlothian Turnpike, Richmond, VA 23225. .OVELLA7! (UTCHINGS KILMARNOCK-- Novella Welch Abbott Hutchings, 86, of Kilmarnock died Thursday, November 24, 2011. She was the widow of James T. Abbott, a member of Claybrook Baptist Church, the Lola Bryant Circle and the Virginia Retired Treasurers Association. Mrs. Hutchings was retired with 12 years of service as treasurer of Lancaster County and also served as the deputy treasurer prior to her election as county treasurer. She was a member of the Rappahannock Rebekah Lodge # 14, Irvington Oddfellows Lodge # 205, Chapel Mobjack Lodge # 235, Mathews Encampment # 47, Norfolk Canton # 17 and Lynchburg Auxiliary. Surviving are her husband, George Edward Hutchings; two nieces and two nephews. Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, November 27, at Claybrook Baptist Church in Weems. Interment followed in the church cemetery. Memorials may be made to Rappahannock Rebekah Lodge # 14, 418 Bayridge Avenue, Kilmarnock, VA 22482. Currie Funeral Home of Kilmarnock handled the arrangements.
*#LIFFORD(UTT NOMINI GROVE-- J. Clifford Hutt, 91, died Sunday, November 13, 2011, at his home at Nomini Grove. Mr. Hutt was deeply rooted in his faith and was a lifetime member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. He was baptized there in 1920 and in 1942 married his loving wife, Beatrice M. Hutt, there. For 69 years thereafter, they steadfastly stood beside each other as best friends and lifelong companions. Mr. Hutt was preceded in death by two children, Mary Jane Hersey Hutt and Jeffrey Bryan Hutt. He leaves his wife, Beatrice M. Hutt; two sons, John C. Hutt Jr. (Edith) and Gary M. Hutt (Janice); nine grandchildren, Gretchen H. Brown (Kevin), M. Brennan Hutt, John Clifford Hutt, III, Julia H. Sichol (Joseph), Kristina B. Hutt, Clifford P. Hutt (Alyssa), H. Renee Hutt (Tom), Jannette H. Rankin (Grant) and Jessica M. Hutt; and seven great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews and cousins and numerous longtime friends. He is remembered fondly to have been an excellent father and grandfather sharing freely his love, strength, advice, support, time and compassion. Mr. Hutt graduated from Washington & Lee High School in 1936, and later graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute, (Virginia Tech) with a prelaw degree, finally finishing his higher education at T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond where he received his law degree. His legacy included each of his three sons and four of his grandchildren as graduates of Virginia Tech and two grandchildren as graduates of Radford University. The youngest of his sons partnered with his "Pop" to establish Red Oak Nurseries Inc. The other two sons and two of their children went on to graduate from T.C. Williams and pass the Virginia bar. As such, Mr. Hutt holds the distinction of being the first and only T.C.
Williams graduate to have two second generation and two third generation T.C. Williams graduates follow in his footsteps as practicing attorneys. His granddaughter Julia H. Sichol was on November 8, 2011, elected as Westmoreland County's next Commonwealth's Attorney. Mr. Hutt entered the U.S. Army as a private on October 6, 1941, and was graduated and commissioned a pilot and 2nd lieutenent in the U.S. Army Air Corps in August 1942. He received combat training in P-40s and P-47s and went overseas with the 86th Fighter Squadron, 79th Fighter Group in October of the same year. He went into combat in Africa in direct support of the British Eighth Army and continued to support that Army through the Allied invasion of Sicily. He was promoted to 1st lieutenant in August 1943 and after a year abroad flying well over 80 missions, returned to the U.S. Upon his return, he served as a test pilot, flying as a safety and operations officer until his release as a captain from active duty in August 1945. During his service to the country in World War II, he was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, the American Defense Ribbon, the European Theatre Service Ribbon with four stars, and the American Theatre Service Ribbon. When Mr. Hutt completed his service, he opened a private practice in Montross and served as an attorney until his retirement at the age of 87, voluntarily surrendering his license to practice law on November 19, 2007. In addition to being an advocate and counsel to many, he served as president and was a member of the Northern Neck Bar Association. He served on the Westmoreland County Board of Supervisors for over 20 years and on the Westmoreland County Planning Commission. He also was the Westmoreland County Commissioner of Accounts, and was a board member for the Peoples Community Bank. Mr. Hutt worked tirelessly to preserve the way of life of farmers and watermen in the Northern Neck and the surrounding areas through his longtime service on the Potomac River Fisheries Commission that began in 1966 and continued until his death. He served this commission in many capacities including, but not limited to, commissioner, legal officer and senior adviser. During
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his long career he served the community in so many different ways, it is impossible to list all of them, but in each and every position it was always with the strongest desire to preserve history, culture and traditions while promoting the responsible growth of the community. He was a true gentleman even in circumstances where you may have been on the opposite side of the fence. He was a fisherman, a bridge player, a golfer, a music lover, a story teller and an excellent woodworker. He shared the enjoyment of his retirement with his wife, sons, and grandchildren passing on many stories and fashioning items to pass on from generation to generation in his woodshop. Even as his body aged, his beautiful blue eyes still twinkled with his youth confirming that Mr. Hutt truly lived a full and wonderful life. His family and friends are thankful for their many days spent with such a fine man during his 91 years of life. As the words below were so eloquently put by his loving wife, Beatrice M. Hutt, when he went away to war: The brightness of the sunlight in your hair Was like a lamp--now suddenly blown out. Your laughter through the rooms and on the stair, Your high exuberance, your boyish shout, Are silenced, and distant deserts Have closed you in, except when into the blue you wing, Where duty draws you forward with persistent hands. Though the fabric of my love is strong. I would not hold you by a single thread, Go forward, keep your courage, keep the song Of living clear, your blood stream clean and red, Your faith as high as always it has been, Your values true--But, O, dear God, some way There is a victory I, too, must win Over this strange fierce loneliness today. Mr. Hutt will forever be remembered and missed dearly. The family received guests at Welch Funeral Home, Friday, November 18, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Funeral services were held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Nomini Grove, Saturday, November 19, 2011, at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to St. Paul's Episcopal Church in care of Daniel Hutt Jr., treasurer, at 17757 Historyland Highway, Warsaw, VA 22572.
2OBERT40EARSON BURGESS--Robert T. "Bob" Pearson, 84, of Burgess died on November 24, 2011. He was preceded in death by his wife of 50 years, Hilda "Heidi" Ward Pearson. Mr. Pearson was born in Lynn, Mass., on June 14, 1927. Upon graduating from Lynn English High School, he joined the U.S. Navy at age 17, where he served as an aerial gunner and instructor. After completing his service, he graduated from Iowa State University, receiving his bachelor of science in Mechanical Engineering in 1949. He became a Registered Professional Engineer in Massachusetts in 1956. He was married to Hilda Ward Pearson of Winslow, Maine, on March 21, 1954. Mr.Pearson retired from the Grumman Corporation where he last served as the president of Grumman Houston Corporation. He began his career as an engineer with Towle Silversmiths and grew through promotions of increasing responsibility with Millen Manufacturing, Laboratory for Electronics, where he led the team which invented the floppy disk, to Anelex Corporation and Mohawk Data Sciences. His passion for sailing included racing and cruising with family and friends on boats which grew in size from a hand-made Sailfish to his beloved CSY 44, Skoal VII. He and Heidi cruised from Maine to Texas. Mr. Pearson is survived by daughters Nancy W. Pearson
of Rowayton, Conn., Sarah E. Pearson of Warsaw; and sons Eric L. Pearson of Burgess and James E. Pearson of Seabrook, Texas. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday, December 1, at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Kilmarnock. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Virginia Foundation, P.O. Box 2098, Tappahannock, VA 22560; Attention: LuAnne Davis (In Memory of Robert T. Pearson) or Melissa Nadeau, Southern Maine Medical Center, Development Office, P.O. Box 626, Biddeford, ME 04005 (Special Care Unit/In Memory of Robert T. Pearson). Currie Funeral Home of Kilmarnock handled the arrangements. -OREOBITUARIES ONTHENEXTPAGE CHURCH NOTES N"EULAHANNIVERSARY The Courtesy Guild Minis- try of Beulah Baptist Church in Lively will celebrate its 26th anniversary December 4. Pastor Milton Jackson will deliver the message with music from the Beulah Gospel Chorus. A repast will follow in the Fellowship Hall. N#HOIRANNIVERSARY Calvary Baptist Church in Kilmarnock will observe its choir anniversary program at 3 p.m. December 11. Choirs from local churches and the Northern Neck Convention Choir will render music. N3ING A LONG Messiah Sing-a-Long will held at 3 p.m. December 10 at Kilmarnock United Methodist Church. The community is invited to gather with music scores to join in singing, or just come to listen to the Christmas Choruses of Handel's Messiah. Cheryl Davis will direct, with Dennis Tucker accompanying A love offering will be received.
The water of His Word refreshes our hearts and encourages our spirits, giving us strength for each new day. Quench your thirst at Living Water-everyone welcome! Sunday School all ages 9:00 am Worship Service at 10:00 am 83 Bluff Point Road, Kilmarnock, VA (Mail: P.O. Box 818, Kilmarnock, VA 22482)
CHURCH NOTES N4REEOFPRAISE Coan Baptist Church will present "Our Living Tree of Praise" at 7 p.m. December 10 and 11. The Children's Handbell Choir and the Praise Choir will share the sights and sounds of Christmas.


by Rev. John Farmer
Christmas by the Sea
to feed or pet them. The National Park Service manages the
The Saturday after Thanksgiving is a high time on Chin- Maryland herd. The Chincoteague Volunteer Fire Company coteague Island. It launches a month-long celebration of owns the Virginia herd. Each year the volunteer fire company
Christmas. It is when Santa arrives to help Mayor John Tarr purchases a grazing permit from the National Fish & Wildlife
light the town Christmas tree.
Service. This permit allows the fire company to maintain a
Last year Santa arrived by fire truck, the last official cross- herd of approximately 150 adult ponies onAssateague Island.
ing of a bridge which was to be removed. Now there is a The fire company controls the herd size with a pony auction
handsome, wide causeway connecting the islands to the Vir- on the last Thursday in July." Annually thousands of specta-
ginia mainland.
tors come to watch the Saltwater Cowboys swim the pony
This year Santa was fortunate to have been collected by the herd from Assateague Island to Chincoteague Island.
crew from the U.S. Coast Guard 5th District who tendered The Feather Fund ( is a nonprofit
Santa to the town dock, at the Robert Reed Waterfront Park. organization "whose mission is to continue the work begun
Reed was Chincoteague's popular mayor (1949-1962) who by the late Carollynn Suplee to assist deserving children with
died in 2004. In 2006, the downtown waterfront park was the purchase and attendant costs associated with the acquisi-
dedicated to his memory.
tion of Chincoteague ponies. Their goal is `to help children
Town park, town dock, is a popular gathering spot for the learn about responsibility, care, love, work ethic, as well as
island and also the place of the
the concept of giving back to
annual blessing of the fleet. Like most Virginia waterfront communi- others' through the care of an
Like most Virginia water- front communities, the sea- ties, the seafood business is dwindling.
adopted pony." What a wonderful way to teach youngsters
food business is dwindling. Fortunately though, tourism is
Fortunately though, tourism is flourishing.
responsibility, eh? Dozens of extraordinary
Chincoteague Island homes
Saturday's festivities began in the waterfront park, high- are open for the 2011 Chincoteague Island Holiday Home
lighted by an Armed Forces tribute, presentation of colors Tour. The tour is most popular with locals as well as tour-
by the Saltwater Cowboys, holiday songs and caroling. Town ists. It affords a great opportunity to peek inside "remarkable
officials, dignitaries and local celebrities attended. A pastoral homes that represent the architectural integrity and diversity
prayer was on the program as well.
of the eclectic community. This year's collection includes a
Santa was ushered into the privately supported free library home built in 1848, a Craftsman bungalow, a Victorian fish-
by two beautiful Princesses who met him at the launch. They erman-style home as well as recently constructed homes. The
were most helpful in herding kids and dispensing candy holiday tour homes have docents on duty to point out the rich
canes. Afterwards shops and restaurants remained open.
history, architecture, distinctive features and decorations of
On December 3 at 7 p.m., Chincoteague will glory in an each home." Home tour ticket proceeds benefit the local food
old-fashioned Christmas parade attended by local dignitaries pantry.
and featuring floats, marching bands, color guards, Saltwater The celebration winds down on New Year's Day with the
Cowboys, fire companies from around the shore, floats and, Polar Pony Plunge. "The season is chock full of family fun,
of course, Santa Claus perched high atop the hook and ladder often free to any and all who care to join in."
truck. The fire department will deposit him in the station for History records that in 1650 the first land grant was issued
another time with children under the tree, as prizes and awards on Chincoteague Island for 1,500 acres, when Daniel Jeni-
are being presented. An additional treat will be the return of fer became the first English landowner on Virginia's Eastern
King Neptune and his Mermaid Queen, helping to celebrate Shore. The island is in Accomack County, comprising of a
"Christmas by the Sea."
total area of 37.1 square miles, 27.4 square miles of which
Reed Park is a children's Christmas Mecca. Boats are is water.
tied `long side. Fronting on the street is a bronze statue of Chincoteague Island is less than 2 miles wide by 8 miles
Misty. Chincoteague Island gained national fame in 1961 long, and like all lowland areas, it is eroding. It is an easy
when Twentieth Century Fox made the movie "Misty of destination off U.S. Route 13 on the Eastern Shore: turn east
Chincoteague," based on author Marguerite Henry's New- on Route 175 to Wallops Island Base and onward to Chin-
bery Award-winning 1947 children's book Misty of Chin- coteague Island.
coteague. Both book and movie helped to forever transition The Agape Mission in Horntown, also off Route 175, is
Chincoteague Island from a small fishing village into a tourist where teams from the Kilmarnock United Methodist and
Irvington Baptist churches have annual pilgrimages to cel-
Two herds of wild horses make their home on neighbor- ebrate Thanksgiving.
ing Assateague Island. "These small sturdy, shaggy horses You just have to love a community that offers a Bible verse-
have adapted to their environment over the years by eating of-the-day on its web page.
dune and marsh grasses and drinking fresh pond water. They appear tame, yet are wild, and Park Rangers urge visitors not
Rev. John Farmer has been the pastor at Irvington Baptist Church since 1986.
N Nouvelet concert White Stone United Meth- odist Church will host the Nouvelet Chamber Choir in a concert of sacred Christmas music at 5 p.m. December
17 and 18. The 14-member women's choir is directed by Brenda Burtner and accompanied by Katherine Shrader. Donations will be gratefully accepted to help community needs, said Burtner.
The Holly & The Ivy program slated Dec. 5
The Foundation for Historic Christ Church invites the community to its annual Holly & The Ivy caroling program at Christ Church in Weems at 3 p.m. December 5. The public will have the opportunity to sing both familiar carols and traditional songs of the holiday season in the Georgian Colonial church built by Robert "King" Carter in 1735, said executive director Camille Bennett. The festivities also will feature members of the Chesapeake Chorale, a well-known organization of singers from Lancaster, Northumberland, and Middlesex counties, to add to the holiday merriment. They will perform Vivaldi's "All Earth Rejoice With A Gladsome Voice," "Carol of the Bells" by Wilhowsky, "Silver Bells" by Lajeski and "Rise Up Shepherds," a Spiritual. Matt Rosendahl will direct the chorale and Doug Harris will provide accompaniment on the Christ Church organ. Following the caroling, refreshments of holiday treats, accompanied by hot spiced cider and hot chocolate, will be served in the Bayne Center, said Bennett. Admission to the event is two non-perishable items as a donation to the local Food Bank The gift shop, filled with a wide selection of items for Christmas giving, will be open before and after the caroling, she said. Many of the items are on sale.
N Revival Lighthouse Baptist Church at 7022 Jessie duPont Memorial Highway will hold a revival December 4 through 7. The theme will be "Earnestly contend for the faith." The special speaker will be Dr. Bill Behrens. Sunday school will begin at 10 a.m. Sunday, December 4. Worship and revival services will follow at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Revival services will continue at 7 p.m. Monday through Wednesday. N Gospel Explosion The Women's Ministry of Mount Vernon Baptist Church will have a Gospel Explosion at 4 p.m. December 3. The program will consist of singing groups and praise dancers. N Christmas musical The Tibitha Church of God sanctuary choir will present "I'll Be Home for Christmas" at 10 a.m. December 4 and 7 p.m. December 7 in recognition of the 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor. A special invitation is extended to World War II veterans and their families.
NAnniversary celebration The Rev. Richard J. Finck of Chester, founding pastor of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church-LCMS near Callao, will return to preach at the congregation's 30th anniversary on Sunday, December 4. The community is invited to join the celebration. At 9 a.m., the Rev. Mike Ramming, pastor, will lead a Bible class. Rev. Finck will lead the anniversary service at 11 a.m. N Guest preacher New Life Community Church near Kilmarnock will host the Rev. Howard O. Pittman of Foxworth, Miss., at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, December 4, and at 7 p.m. Monday, December 5, and Tuesday, December 6. "New Life is certainly blessed to have Rev. Pittman, who has shared his messages with millions all over the world, to come to the Northern Neck and share with all of us what God has called him to deliver to each of us," said the Rev. C. Richard Lynn. ,
Messiah Sing-A-Long to be held at Kilmarnock United Methodist Church December 10th at 3 PM. The community is invited to bring musical scores, sing along or just listen to the Christmas choruses of Handel's Messiah. Love offering will be taken. Refreshments following service. Director, Dr. Cheryl Davis, Organist, Dennis Tucker
Sarah S. Rowden LANCASTER, PA-- Sarah "Sally" Sumner Rowden, wife of Bill Rowden, died October 24, 2011. She passed quietly without evidence of pain or other discomfiture. Her son, John, daughter, Sarah Jane, and Mr. Rowden were with her to the end. Her son, Tom, was engaged with Carrier Strike Group 11 at sea at the time. She was born in Rockford, Ill., on January 31, 1932. She grew up in Rockford and Dixon, Ill., and graduated from Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa, in 1953. She taught school in Davenport, Iowa, for two years, but she could not escape the powerful lure of California living and summered there for a couple of years between school sessions. They met in Long Beach, Calif., the summer of 1955, and became engaged in the fall. Mr. Rowden departed for a home port ship change to Sasebo, Japan, in January 1956. She followed a little later and they were married on April 14 in Sasebo. Thus began a wonderful career, serving their country, that took them all over the Western Pacific, Mediterranean, Europe and the U.S. for the next 55 years. At retirement, they moved to the Northern Neck and lived there for 12 years before moving to a retirement complex near Lancaster, Pa. They reared three children: Sarah Jane, a full-time mom in Portland, Ore.; U.S.Navy Rear Admiral Thomas, and Dr. John, the family expert on all feathered creatures in the world. They have five grandchildren, three boys and two girls. Her life will be honored at Arlington National Cemetery at 9 a.m. March 30, 2012. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a contribution to an Alzheimer's research or care facility. Clyde W.Warner WHITE STONE-- Clyde Warren Warner, 74, of White Stone died peacefully at his home on Wednesday, November 23, 2011, with his devoted wife, Anne, and beloved dogs, Madeleine and Molly, at his side. A native of Glen Rock, Pa., Mr. Warner grew up on a farm where he learned, at an early age, the values of honesty, integrity and hard work. A graduate of Susquehannock High School, Mr. Warner was an honor student and an Eagle Scout. Shortly after graduation from high
school, he joined the U.S. Air Force, which required his father's permission as he was not yet 18 years old. During his tenure with the Air Force, Mr. Warner graduated from the U.S. Air Force Electronic and Radar School at Lowery AFB (CO) and the Air Force LABS School, which prepared him for a career in electronic testing and development, as well as radar fuze system testing and development. After a two-year position with Bendix Corp., Mr. Warner began a 42-year career in defense-related contracting in the Washington, D.C., area, including 15 years of operating a private company and 26 years as a civilian employee of the U.S. Army Laboratory Command/Harry Diamond Laboratories (HDL). He was HDL's chief, contracts division, for 15 years. Mr. Warner and his wife moved to the Northern Neck in April 1999. A former member of the KilmarnockIrvington-White Stone Rotary Club and a Paul Harris Fellow (plus level), Mr. Warner served the club as president and as secretary. He was recognized by the club as its Rotarian of the Year 2008-2009. He was tireless in his contributions to the club and the club's annual Bay Seafood Festival. Mr. Warner also was a member of Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club where he tolerated golf but more enthusiastically enjoyed socializing. He also was an avid sporting clays competitor. A member of the Lancaster County Republican Committee, he never backed away from a lively political debate. Mr. Warner was predeceased by his parents and by a brother, Leroy. He is survived by his wife of 27 years, Anne Feddeman Warner, who is a native of Lexington. He also is survived by his children, Jody and James of Derwood, Md., John of Kensington, Md., and Jan of Boonsboro, Md., as well as seven grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren. In addition, he is survived by a brother, Francis Warner, of McSherrystown, Pa,, and a sister, Linda Warner Fair, of Glen Rock, Pa. A memorial service is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Thursday, December 1, at Currie Funeral Home in Kilmarnock. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the charity of your choice. WHY ADVERTISE? you're reading this aren't you? 804.435.1701, Marilyn ext. 11
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