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The County Times

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Ryken Assistant Moves Up


Sothoron to Coach Mens Lacrosse at Wheeling Jesuit University
By Chris Stevens Staff Writer Like father, like son. After assisting his dad John in building a boys lacrosse powerhouse at St. Marys Ryken high school the past five years, Jay Sothoron is ready to make a move to the next level. Sothoron was hired last Tuesday as Mens Lacrosse Coach at Wheeling Jesuit University in West Virginia, the first head-coaching job for the former All-American player. Ive made a lot of friends and worked with some great people, so that makes it tough to leave Ryken, Sothoron, also associate athletic director at the school, said of his impending departure. Ive been here for five years and coached a lot of great kids. Knights head coach John Sothoron is definitely sad to see his son go, but is still immensely proud of the opportunity Jay has earned. He works his tail off, has great knowledge of the game and he wants to get better, John says of his son. Im going to miss him, but its a great opportunity for him. Jay Sothoron was a Second-Team AllAmerican at Herkimer County Community College in New York before playing for two years at Greensboro College in North Carolina. After graduation, Sothoron was an assistant at Greensboro for two years before returning to Ryken to become an assistant coach. Known as a defensive minded coach, Jay

credits his father for teaching him about the offensive side of the ball, which made him a complete coach. Ive been very fortunate to coach with him. Hes taught me a lot about offense and with his level of knowledge offensively, Ive been prepared very well, Jay explained. The elder Sothoron was touched by his sons compliment. Its nice to hear him say that, because I have three sons who, growing up, thought I didnt know much about anything, Sothoron joked. He then added we talk about all aspects of the game, the little things make up the game and hes up on everything. Jay Sothoron steps into a unique situation at Wheeling Jesuit. Kevin Tyska, the original head coach of the Cardinals, died suddenly of a heart attack two weeks before the season was set to begin. Danny Sancomb, the athletic director at WJU and former Ryken boys basketball coach, asked Jay if he knew anybody who could become the interim coach for the season. Sothoron didnt know of anybody offhand See Sothoron page B-2

Photo Courtesy of Wheeling Jesuit University

Ryken boys lacrosse assistant coach Jay Sothoron will be the new mens lacrosse coach at Wheeling Jesuit University next season.

Wascavage Selected To Play In National All-Star Game


Ryken Graduate One Of Only Four Goalkeepers In U.S. Chosen
By Chris Stevens Staff Writer The honors just keep on coming for St. Marys Ryken graduate Andrew Wascavage. The runner-up for this past seasons Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Boys Lacrosse player of the year award, Wascavge will now put his talents on display in the Under Armor-sponsored National Interscholastic Lacrosse Association (NILA) all-star game July 12th at Towson University. Its real exciting and its a great honor to be chosen for the game, Wascavage said when reached by phone Monday afternoon. Wascavage, who leaves high school as the Knights single-season and all-time saves leader, was among 50 players from across the United States, and one of only four goalkeepers chosen for the game, which will be televised on the ESPN family of networks. Hes a great kid, hes come a long away, and hes very coachable, said Knights head coach John Sothoron. He has a great attitude and hes not afraid to work hard. Wascavage will not only be playing with and against the nations best and brightest in boys lacrosse, but hell also get a chance to test out his new home field. Wascavage accepted an athletic scholarship to Towson this past January and looks forward to stepping on the field with his brother Joe, a rising sophomore on the Tigers lacrosse squad. Itll really be cool to play with each other again, we should have two full years together, Wascavage said. With the impending All-Star Game appearance, not to mention See Wascavage page B-3

Photo Courtesy of Mary Sothoron

Andrew Wascavage, shown here stopping a shot early in the season, will play in the Under Armor NILA All-Star Game July 12th at Towson University.

Walk For Life Around The Sports Briefs Chopticon Graduates Selected Clock
12-Hour Walk Benefits Cancer Research and Patient Care
By Chris Stevens Staff Writer LEONARDTOWN Sue Lyddon-Hayes, taking a break from preparations at Raider Stadium Saturday afternoon, wanted to make one thing known about the overnight Walk for Life that took place over the weekend. We are not crazy for having this around the clock, Lyddon-Hayes, the chairperson for the event, joked Saturday afternoon. [The race time] has a symbolic meaning to it. The Walk for Life, in its 11th year in St. Marys County, not only will raise awareness and much-needed dollars for Cancer research as well as patient treatment and care, but also serves a metaphor for Cancer survivors. When youre first diagnosed with cancer, there is this dark, black, unknown period of time, LyddonHayes explained of starting the walk close to nightfall. Then along the

in Major League Baseball Draft


University of Miami senior pitcher Enrique Garcia and St. Johns River Community College outfielder Brandon Short, both graduates of Chopticon High School, were selected in Fridays portion of the Major League Baseball draft. Garcia was chosen 719th overall in the 24th round by the Cincinnati Reds, while Short was picked with the 840th pick overall (28th round) by the Chicago White Sox.

11th Annual Southern Maryland Soap Box Derby Winners

Photo By Chris Stevens

Humans and pets will benefit from the proceeds raised for Cancer research and care.

journey, you have doctors, nurses, family, other cancer patients, and then you are walking out into new day with hope, she continued. With 122 cancer survivors who participated in the race (along with their friends and family members), the Walk For Life shattered its goal of having 975 participants registered in the event. The official count stood at 1,286 participants, more than 300 over the original goal.

Im thrilled, Lyddon-Hayes said. Weve kind of blown past our expectations by leaps and bounds. One of the team captains for the walk, Debbie Lehtonen of Mechanicsville, was very happy to participate in an event for a worthy cause. Both of her parents are cancer survivors, and they are members of the family team, known as St. Cheese. See Walk For Life page B-2

Photo By Chris Stevens

The 11th annual Southern Maryland Soap Box Derby was held on Derby Hill Saturday afternoon.

Stock Class
Abby Moran, age 8 Brushwood Maryland See Sports Briefs page B-2

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Sports Briefs
Continued from page B- Jay Warnick, age 11 Drayden Maryland

Photo By Chris Stevens

Catlin Cardona prepares to drive down the hill as a volunteer prepares Cardonas car to be released from the starting block.

Recreational and Youth Schedule 06/12-06/18/08


Photo By Chris Stevens Photo By Chris Stevens

Adult Roller Hockey (All Games At Leonard Hall)


Wednesday June 18th Donnys vs. Petes, 7:00 p.m. Mikes vs. Freds, 8:00 p.m. Indoor Soccer Co-Ed League A (All Games At Leonard Hall) Thursday June 12th Skidmarks vs. Mean Machine, 6:00 p.m. XH Sports vs. The Nit, 6:45 p.m.

St. Marys Babe Ruth League Baseball


Thursday June 12th Nationals vs. Indians at Leonard Hall, 6:00 p.m. Orioles vs. Astros at Lettie Dent, 6:00 p.m. Red Sox vs. Pirates at Laurel Grove Field #4, 6:00 p.m. Nationals vs. Cal BR #2 at HPP, 7:00 p.m. SYB #2 vs. Storm at CRRP, 7:00 p.m. SM Yankees vs. CCYL Yankees at LS8 7:00 p.m. CCYL Nationals vs. SYB BR South at CPP, 7:00 p.m.

Two cars speed down Derby Hill in Saturdays Southern Maryland Soap Box Derby in Leonardtown.

David Beaton races to victory in a Stock Heat during Saturdays Soap Box Derby.

Photo By Chris Stevens

Indoor Soccer Co-Ed League B (All Games At Leonard Hall)


Thursday June 12th Old Crew vs. Lunatics, 7:30 p.m. V-22 vs. Lighting, 8:15 p.m. Johnson vs. Odd Balls, 9:00 p.m. Giggity-Giggity vs. Turn Keys, 9:45 p.m. Michelob Ultra vs. The 21st Amendments, 10:30 p.m.

Friday June 13th PF Blue @ Nationals p.m. Sunday, June 15th SYB BR South vs. CCYL Yankees at LS7, 2:00 p.m. CCYL Nationals vs. PG Lanham at CRP2, 2:00 p.m. PG Greenbelt vs. SM Yankees at Lettie Dent, 2:00 p.m. Extreme vs. PG Camp Springs at CRP4, 2:00 p.m. CCYL Yankees vs. SYB BR South at LS7, 5:00 p.m. PG Lanham vs. CCYL Nationals at CRP2, 5:00 p.m. SM Yankees vs. PG Greenbelt at Lettie Dent, 5:00 p.m. Monday June 16th PG Camp Springs vs. Extreme at CRP4, 5:00 p.m. Storm vs. Athletics at Lettie Dent, 6:00 pm 06/16/2008 Nationals vs. Cal BR #3 at HPP, 7:00 pm p.m. Athletics vs. Storm at Lettie Dent, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday June 17th Nationals at SYB Nationals 7:00 p.m. CCYL Yankees vs. So MD Tigers at WPA, 7:00 p.m. Wednesday June 18th SYB BR South vs. SM Yankees at Lettie Dent, 7:00 p.m. 7:00

Catlin Cardona picks up speed during a heat in the Southern Maryland Soap Box Derby Saturday.

White Perch Tourney Set for June 28 in a $25 entry fee per boat. Fishing will take place in the Patuxent River and its tributaries. Weigh-in will be at Southern Maryland the Sea Breeze Restaurant, just south of Cat Creek,
The Coastal Conservation Association Maryland (CCA MD) has scheduled its first white perch tournament in the Patuxent River for Saturday June 28 from daybreak to 2 p.m. The tourney is being sponsored by CCA MD and two chapters, Patuxent River and Southern Maryland. Participants must be a CCA member and there is where participants will also be able to purchase lunch and drinks. Prize money will be award to the heaviest perch and the five heaviest. More information about the tournament and entering can be obtained from Brooke MacDonald, 1-888-758-6580

Mens Indoor Soccer League (All Games At Leonard Hall)


Tuesday June 17th Farfrumscoron vs. PRB, 8:15 p.m.

Regisration for Ryken Basketball Camps Now Open


To register for the upcoming St. Marys Ryken Basketball Camps, contact Head Coach Dave Tallman at dtallman@smrhs.org. Individual Camp: June 16th-19th Shooting Camp: July 8th-10th Details may be found at www.smrhs.org.

Womens Indoor Soccer League (All Games At Leonard Hall)


Tuesday June 17th Blue Meanies vs. White Tigers, 6:00 p.m. Beacons vs. White Tigers, 6:45 p.m. Black vs. Red Hots, 7:30 p.m.

Walk For Life


Continued from page B- Its very important and were extremely fortunate to give back, Lehtonen said as she helped set up tents. Not only did local families get involved, but participants from the Great White North got in on the act. Trevor Campbell, a native Canadian living in St. Marys County on work exchange, was turned on to the event by a neighbor.

Its a great cause and its a lot of fun, so we created a team of 18 people, Campbell said of an international team of walkers that he was in charge of. With no set plan in mind, Campbell said his team planned to wing it. We figure with 18 people, we can space it out over the course of the evening, he said. With so many people, brutal weather conditions and setting up the course at Raider Stadium to account for, Lyddon-Hayes admitted she may put a lot of pressure on herself, but does have plenty of

help to make this event a success. I have a fantastic 24-person committee that volunteers to set up tents, trash cans and the like, Lyddon-Hayes said. Between us all, we will get the job done together. With live entertainment taking place between 5:30 p.m. and 1 a.m., with a deejay taking over until dawn, Lyddon-Hayes felt that much like the other 11 years, the Walk For Life would be something that all could look forward to. Especially on a day like today, this is a good idea, she said.

SPECIAL NOTE:
For all youth and rec. league coaches and officials, if you would like the scores and standings from your respective leagues to be published in the County Times, contact Chris Stevens at 301-373-4125 or at chrisstevens@countytimes.net.
Photo By Chris Stevens

Depsite humid conditions, a record 1,286 walkers participated in last weekends Walk for Life at Leonardtown High School

Sothoron
Continued from page B- at the time, but expressed that he would be interested in interviewing for the full-time position after the season. After two interviews with

Sancomb and a six-member faculty committee, Sothoron was chosen as the new head coach of Cardinals lacrosse. Sothoron said he has already spoken with the returning players at WJU and is confident that they believe in his plan. They know Im not there for

just one year and then moving on, he said, adding that his contacts here in Maryland will give him a leg up on recruiting, as he plans to recruit heavily in the Southern Maryland area. Im not going to be happy until we compete for the NCAA championship.

Thursday, June 12, 2008

The County Times

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A View From The Bleachers


What Makes You Tense?
By Ronald N. Guy Jr. Contributing Writer If youre at least 30 years old and fancy yourself a sports fan of any consequence, then it is impossible not be juiced about this years NBA Finals: Lakers vs. Celtics. The nostalgia is oozing from every nook and cranny (come to me for your English Muffin references). Over the last couple weeks, the sports marketing machine has been relentless with classic images, short shorts and all, of this storied rivalry. And the hype is legitimate. This is the 11th meeting in the Finals between the NBAs two most historic franchises and the teams combined have won 30 of the leagues 61 championships. You simply cannot overstate the contributions of former Celtics and Lakers greats Larry Bird and Magic Johnson. There are no two players that meant more to the growth of their sport. Their epic battles in the Finals during the 1980s established the NBA as a major player on the sports landscape. But have we had enough yet? Can we focus more on the current rendition that just so happens to feature the best player in the game and the two best teams in the NBA? No offense to Wilt Chamberlain or Bill Russell, but isnt this moment about Kobe Bryant trying to win a championship without Shaquille ONeal and Kevin Garnett attempting to put a championship stamp on his Hall of Fame career? Well, actually, no it isnt. Sports fans love to rewind and fast-forward. And why not? The past and future are harmless, if need be. The past contains memories of the glory days and championship teams that only get bigger and better retrospectively. The future holds the hope of better times, better teams and championships yet realized. The future is only limited by the optimism a fan can muster. Hope is why fans love drafts, free agency and trades. That new draft pick or free agent acquisition fuels our forward-looking machines of eternal optimism. What the sports fan doesnt handle as well is the present. Have you ever watched the home fans in a championship game? Red Sox fans literally watched the 2004 World Series through their fingers. I am a huge fan of the Washington Redskins. Did I enjoy the Superbowl games? To be honest, no I didnt. Of course that euphoric moment when the game was won was indescribable, but I wouldnt call hours of wild swings of emotion surrounded by constant anxiety enjoyable. Watching my beloved Redskins in a playoff game exacts a psychological toll. Im nervous, irritable and irrational at times. Thats what its like when youre fully vested in a team. So would I rather sit and reminisce about the glory days or chat up the latest NFL draft over a couple beers on a lazy Sunday afternoon? Yes, I would prefer

that. Im confident my doctor would concur. This years NBA Finals is a reminder of how easily and willingly sports fan stroll down memory lane. It also is another example of sports shining a light on an aspect of our daily lives. Whether its something as inconsequential as a fans relationship with his or her favorite team or as important as our daily lives, the allure of the past and future is understandable. We can manipulate our perception of the past and future, manufacturing a slightly embellished version of yesterday or an overly optimistic view on tomorrow. Retrospectively, good times get better, ex-girlfriends are less psychotic and terrible jobs become character building. Similarly, the future holds our hopes for a better relationship, a successful career or the achievement of a challenging personal goal. Conversely, the present is live, dynamic and unrestrained. It sometimes puts us helplessly in receive mode: from the sheepish fan watching his team play for a title to the nervous parent watching his daughter in a school play. The present is where our worries and our problems reside.

It is reality and sometimes reality can be difficult. No wonder then that we are so eager to retreat to the past or jump to the future. They are escapes, places of solaceeven if we take some liberties and bend the truth a bit. But it is important to stay in the moment. Sure the present can be a minefield, but it is the tense with the most reward. Staying focused in the present will ensure an expanding database of new memories and will foster the achievement of future goals set long ago. We can reflect on yesterday or contemplate tomorrow at anytime, but we get only one shot at today. There really is no time, or tense, like the present. Overtime: With the many obvious, ratings-grabbing subplots offered by a Lakers vs. Celtics NBA Finals, the story of Lakers forward Lamar Odom will likely be an unnoticed footnote. Thats too bad because Odoms is a story worth hearing. Odom grew up in a tough neighborhood in Queens, NY. He lost his mother to colon cancer when he was 12 years old and was raised by this grandmother, who died when Odom was 20. In 1997, Odom was a heralded freshman recruit of the

University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV). Shortly thereafter, Odom was involved in an academic scandal, having accepted cash from a booster. UNLV was placed on probation and Odom transferred to the University of Rhode Island. More troubled followed in 2001, when as a member of the Los Angeles Clippers, Odom was suspended after a second violation of the NBAs substance abuse policy. In June 2006, Odoms 7-monthold son, Jayden, succumbed to crib death. It is easy to view professional athletes as societys privileged. But that view is superficial, stereotypical and misses the very real, human aspect of many of their journeys. Lamar Odom is a man who grew up with little, overcame mistakes and persevered through personal tragedy on his path to the NBAs biggest stage. Despite his NBA success, he hasnt forgotten where he came from, having started Cathys Kids in 2004, a foundation to assist underprivileged inner city youths in New York City and Los Angeles. His foundation is named after his late mother.

Silver Hill Lions Club Demolition Derby Results for June 7th
(Held At Potomac Raceway, Budds Creek, MD)
Heat #1 First Second Third Heat #2 First Second Third Heat #3 First Second Third Heat #4 First Second Third Heat #4 First Second Stock Cars James Windsor Justin Pickeral Richard Martin Stock Cars John Smoot Shawn Smith Don Wolford Small Cars-4 cyl Brad Jameson Bryan Grimes Jason Wells Trucks Larry Pascal Joey Bryant Gary Hanberry Stock Modified Donnie Lane Bruce Davis Car # 4 228 8 95 10 24 47 01 89 7 777 6 78 75 Hometown LaPlata Waldorf LaPlata Mechanicsville Brandywine Mechanicsville Mechanicsville Newburg Brandywine Ft Washington Waldorf Mechanicsville Roadsville, VA Roadsville, VA
Photo By Chris Stevens

Another Team Nickless car, Bruces Dueces entered in the best paint competition Saturday evening at Potomac Raceway.

Photo By Chris Stevens

Photo By Chris Stevens

Close to 2,000 spectators look on as cars crash into one another during Saturday nights Demolition Derby at Potomac Raceway.

Cars entered in the second stock heat get to know one another during Saturdays championship portion of the Silver Hill Lions Club Demolition Derby at Budds Creek.

Photo By Chris Stevens

Keith Nickless sits in his Number 2 car as the second stock heat of Saturdays Demolition Derby is set to begin.

Wascavage
Continued from page B- other honors, Wascavage admits that its tough to erase the disappointment that the Knights felt as a team when they werent able to repeat as WCAC champions. It wasnt about any one individual this season, Wascavage points out. Not winning again was the worst part of the

season. Even with the setback at the hands of Good Counsel in the WCAC semis, Ryken lacrosse has become a force in Southern Maryland, due in large part to players like Wascavage and the level of competition the Knights face, something Sothoron is most proud of. Weve gotten a lot of recognition because of the schedule we play, he explains. The conference

were in is very good, and the schedule develops kids and makes them better, successful players. One of those better players, headed to a national All-Star Game will have fond memories of his time at Ryken. Probably playing with all the guys for four years and winning the championship last year and remembering how much fun we had, Wascavage said.

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Military Officers Are Invited To Join MOAA


The Southern Maryland Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) will host a luncheon for new or prospective members on Saturday, June 21st from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. at the Patuxent River Naval Air Museum, which is located just outside of Gate 1 at NAS Patuxent River. Active duty, retired, Reserve and National Guard officers are encouraged to attend this event. The luncheon will be free for prospective members and guests, but reservations are requested. Please call (410) 257-0439, (410) 326-0486 or (301) 475-3694 by Wednesday, June 18th. MOAA is the fourth largest See MOAA page B-5

Open Auditions
Take a famous plot (Shakespeares The Tempest), a B movie (Forbidden Planet), plunder the entire Shakespearean canon for dialogue, mix it all with popular songs from the 50s, 60s and 70s and what do you get? Return to the Forbidden Planet a fun show for the entire family! The Newtowne Players (NTP) announce open auditions for the November 2008 production of Shakespeares lost rock musical, Return to the Forbidden Planet, directed by Dave Bayles. Auditions will be held July 7 and 9 at 7 p.m. at Room with a Brew on Route 5, across from Leonardtown High School, and July 12 at 2 p.m. at Three Notch Theatre on 21744 South Coral Drive in Lexington Park. Callbacks will be held July 12 at 3 p.m. at Three Notch Theatre. NTP is seeking over-the-top actors/singers to play a chiseledjawed captain, a mad scientist, a robot on roller skates, a ships cook, a teenaged Marilyn Monroe-type, a wicked science officer, a laidback bosuns mate, a navigational officer and a trio of doo-wop singers. Be prepared to sing either Teenager in Love, The Shoop-Shoop Song, Shake, Rattle Roll or All Shook Up. Auditions will also include cold readings from the script. Come ready to move and have a great time! NTP is also seeking instrumentalists for keyboard, electric guitar, trombone and trumpet. Please contact Dave Bayles at dbayles@md.metrocast.net for more information or for copies of the music.

Brian S. Eley, Civilian Administrator.

CSM Twilight Performance Series


CSM Twilight Performance Series: Deanna Bogart. June 17, 6:45 p.m., Leonardtown Campus, 22950 Hollywood Road, Leonardtown, Md. Deanna Bogart will perform at the Leonardtown Campus of CSM as part of the Twilight Performance Series. Each week the series will feature a different performance on each campus. Bring a picnic with a lawn chair or a blanket (no alcoholic beverages permitted). In the event of bad weather the performance will be cancelled. For cancellation information check the colleges emergency hotline. The Twilight Performance Series is sponsored in part by Comcast, CSM Foundation,

Civilian Administrator
Please join Sheriff Timothy Cameron and the St. Marys County Sheriffs Office in welcoming Brian S. Eley as he begins his employment with the St. Marys County Sheriffs Office as the Civilian Administrator on Tuesday June 3, 2008. Brian Eley retired from the Charles County Sheriffs Office in 2006 after 21 years of service at the rank of Captain. Upon retiring from the Charles County SherSee Civilian Administrator page B-5

Raley, Watts & ONeill, Computer Sciences Corporation, M & T Bank, Bayside Toyota, Community Bank of Tri-County, W.M. Davis, McDonald and Endy Printers, St. Marys Hospital and partially sponsored See Twilight Performance Series page B-5

River Concert Series

Commission For People With Disabilities Awards Program


The St. Marys County Commission for People with Disabilities is committed to promoting awareness and improving the quality of life for persons with disabilities. As part of that mission, the Commission is announcing that nominations are now open for awards to be presented during National Disability Employment Awareness Month in October. Six awards will be issued by the Commission. The deadline for nomination submissions is September 1. Any person, business or organization within St. Marys County is eligible and may be submitted by any party. In the event no candidate is nominated, an award will not be issued. Winners of an award may be resubmitted in successive years. The awards will be presented at a meeting of the St. Marys County Board of County Commissioners. See Commission For People With Disabilities page B-7

Public Invited to Flag Day Event on June 14 Rain Or Shine


A view of the orchestra and crowd at the River Concert Series.

A spirited evening of entertainment showcasing Celtic music and dance opens the 10th annual River Concert Series on Friday, June 13, at St. Marys College of

Maryland (SMCM). The evenings performances, led by music director Jeffrey Silberschlag and the Chesapeake See River Concert Series page B-7

The Board of Commissioners for St. Marys County and the Leonardtown Commissioners will co-sponsor Flag Day 2008 festivities on Saturday, June 14, 2008, on the Governmental Center Lawn in Leonardtown. In the event of inclement weather, the ceremony will take place in Leonard Hall Recreation Center, adjacent to the Governmental Center.

The annual event will begin at 6 p.m. with entertainment. The ceremony begins at 6:45 p.m. The Pause for the Pledge of Allegiance will be at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be available by the Seventh District Optimist Club and there will be FREE handheld American Flags for all! For more information, contact the Public Information Office at 301475-4200 x1340.

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Ryken Graduate Recieves the 2008 Navmar Applied Sciences Corporation Scholarship

Civilian Administrator
Continued from page B- iffs Office he was hired by the Metropolitan Police Department, Third Police District, Washington, D.C. as the District Manager in a civilian capacity.

Mr. Eley is a graduate of the F.B. I. National Academy, and received both his Bachelors and Masters Degrees from Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland. As the Civilian Administrator Brian will manage the Administrative Division consisting of the following sections: Fiscal; Personnel and Recruiting; Records; C.A.L.E.A.; Police Services Specialist, and the Systems Administrator.

1st Annual Miss Brewskis to Benefit Battered Womens Shelter


The newly remodeled Brewskis, located at 29275 Point Lookout Rd., Leonardtown, MD will be hosting their 1st annual Miss Brewskis, Beauty, Brains, and Bikinis contest on Saturday, June 14th. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. A $5 cover charge will be applied to patrons, but there will be no entry fee or cover charge for contestants. A portion of proceeds will be donated to the local battered womens shelter. For further information or to enter the contest please call Cat with Events Unlimited at 301-290-1733 or visit our site at www.myspace. com/brewskis_barmd.

Tornado Preparedness
Adrienne Milner is being congratulated by David J. Hamilton, Director of College Advising at St. Mary Ryken on her $1,000.00 award from Navmar Applied Sciences Corporation.

Our 2008 scholarship recipient from Pax River, Maryland is Adrienne Milner. She is a graduate of St. Mary Ryken High School. Her academic goal is to pursue an undergraduate

degree in English and Religious Studies at St. Marys College. Ultimately, she would like to combine Journalism and Youth Ministry as her future career!

MOAA
Continued from page B- veterans organization in the country and the nations largest military service organization. Membership is open to active duty, retired and former officers of all of the uniformed services, includ-

ing the Reserves and National Guard. Membership is also open to the widows and widowers of deceased officers. MOAA is dedicated to preserving the earned entitlements of all members of the uniformed services, as well as their families and survivors, and to promoting a strong national defense.

New members will receive a free membership in the chapter for the rest of the year. If they are not already members of the national MOAA, active duty officers will receive a free one-year membership in the national organization. Retired officers will receive a two-year membership for the price of one.

Democratic Club Meeting


The Democratic Club of St. Marys next meeting will be held on Monday June 16th, 2008 at Petruzzis in the Wildewood Plaza. Pay-as-you-go dinner and discussion at 6 p.m.; meeting will begin at 7 p.m. Guest speakers will be Leonardtown Mayor Chipper Norris and Commissioner Leslie Roberts. They will discuss the many projects and events happening in Leonardtown: the Wharf, the Streetscape, the Port of Leonardtown, the 350th anniversary celebrations, First Fridays, and other issues facing the town. Plan to join us and learn more. Contact Cindy at 301-737-7978 for more information.

Hello Art Lovers!


June is our Jewelry and Jazzy Junque Show Candice Cummings leads the artists of Herons Way Gallery in a fun and visually exciting exploration of art formed from the unexpected - vacuum tubes, dials, beads, fabrics and an assortment of found objects. The Jewelry Artists have also joined in the effort to create works that dazzle the eye as well as the imagination. Preview reception 1st Friday, June 6 from 5 - 8 p.m. Artists Reception June 14 from 1 - 5 p.m. Come on by Saturday, June 14 from 12 6 p.m. for glass bead making demonstrations by Kim Nelson.

Citizens are urged to be aware and be prepared for weather emergencies, particularly for tornado events. If there is a tornado warning for any area in St. Marys County, the countys Emergency Communications staff will activate the Fire & Rescue Sirens with a Take Cover signal for Tornado Warnings. This signal lasts for 13 cycles and is significantly different from a fire or rescue call signal. This system is tested on the first Saturday of every month at noon. Things you can do to prepare include: Familiarize yourself with the terms that are used to identify a tornado hazard. A tornado watch means a tornado is possible in your area. You should monitor NOAA Weather Radio local radio and television news outlets for the latest developments. A tornado warning is when a tornado is actually occurring; take shelter immediately. Determine in advance where you will take shelter in case of a tornado warning. Storm cellars or basements provide the best protection. If underground shelter is not available,

go into an interior room or hallway on the lowest floor possible. In a high-rise building, go to a small interior room or hallway on the lowest floor possible. Stay away from windows, doors and outside walls. Go to the center of the room. Stay away from corners because they attract debris. A vehicle, trailer or mobile home does not provide good protection. Plan to go quickly to a building with a strong foundation, if possible. If shelter is not available, lie flat in a ditch or other low-lying area. Do not get under an overpass or bridge. You are safer in a low, flat location. Plan to stay in the shelter location until the danger has passed. Get a kit of emergency supplies. Store it in your shelter location. For more information contact the Department of Public Safety at 301-475-4200 x2124 or visit our website at http://www.co.saintmarys.md.us/Emergencycomm/index.asp

MOMS Club Meeting


The MOMS Club of California will host its monthly general meeting and year-end picnic on Wednesday, June 18 at 10 a.m. Prospective members and children are always welcome. For more information please contact our Membership Vice President at MitziKai@md.metrocast. net or 301-997-1289. MOMS Club is an international nonprofit support group for mothers who stay at home with their children, including those who work part time and have home-based-businesses. We offer a variety of activities including playgroups, park days, field trips, and mommy and kid activity groups. The MOMS Club of California, MD is open to all stay-at-home mothers who live in the elementary school districts of Banneker, Green Holly, Greenview Knolls, Hollywood, Leonardtown, and Town Creek.

Just Married Hubscher & MacKenzie


Dennis and Rosemary Hubscher of Hollywood, Maryland are pleased to announce the marriage of their son, Thomas V. Hubscher to Elizabeth (Libby) Louise MacKenzie, daughter of Ms. Lisa MacKenzie of Warner, New Hampshire and Rev. Jonathan MacKenzie of Chelmsford, Massachusetts. The wedding took place Saturday, May 31st, at the Richmond Hill Inn, Asheville N.C. After the wedding, Tom and Libby were off on their honeymoon to the Sandals Resort in St. Lucia. Thomas attended Arundel High School in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from the University of Maryland, College Park. He is Sr. Associate I, Manufacturing Sciences Purification, at Biogen Idec in Raleigh, North Carolina. Libby earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine and a doctorate in toxicology from the North Carolina State University in Raleigh. Tom and Libby reside in Apex, North Carolina.

Proudly Announcing Proudly Announcing Proudly Announcing

Greatest Fishing Trip Highlights Meeting


Dennis Fleming will highlight the Wednesday, June 25, meeting of the Coastal Conservation Association Maryland, Patuxent River Chapter, speaking on The Ultimate Fishing Vacation. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the St. Marys County Elks Lodge #2092, 45779 Fire Department Lane, California. Fleming will discuss what he calls one of the worlds the greatest offshore fishing adventures, chasing billfish at Panamas Tropic Star Lodge, which he and other local anglers did in the spring, 2007. The Lodge has been featured on Larry Dahlbergs Hunt for Big Fish, Reel Adventures on the Fox Network, and ESPNs Get Wild. The meeting is free and open to the public. Food and beverages will be available for purchase beginning at 6 p.m. for those attending the meeting. There will also be a discussion of the Patuxent River Chapters Oyster Restoration Project, a raffle, and door prizes.

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Twilight Performance Series


Continued from page B- by a grant from Pennsylvania Performing Arts on Tour and sponsored in part by an award from St. Marys County Arts Council. This award was made possible in part by a grant from the St. Marys County Arts Council, awarded by the Maryland State Arts Council. Free. 301-934-7861, 240-725-5499, 443-550-6199, 301-870-2309, Ext. 7861 or www.csmd.edu/FineArts.

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Recipes
Ultimate Grilled Steak
From kraftfoods.com Ingredients cup A.1. Original Steak Sauce cup KRAFT Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing 2 small cloves garlic, minced 1 tsp. dried oregano leaves 2 medium beef rib eye steaks, about 8 oz. each Directions MIX steak sauce, dressing, garlic and oregano. Reserve cup of the mixture. Pour remaining cup mixture over steaks in resealable plastic bag; seal bag. Refrigerate 30 min. to marinate. PREHEAT grill to medium-high heat. Drain steak; discard marinade. GRILL steak 4 to 5 min. on each side or until medium doneness (160F.) Serve drizzled with reserved cup dressing mixture.

Lemon Scones
From eatbetteramerica.com Ingredients 2 cups unbleached or all-purpose flour 1-tablespoon baking powder 1 teaspoon ground cardamom or coriander teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons sugar 1-tablespoon canola or soybean oil 3 egg whites cup (4 oz) Yoplait original plain or 99% fat-free lemon burst yogurt 1 tablespoon grated lemon peel 1-tablespoon sugar Directions 1. Heat oven to 400F. Coat baking sheet with cooking spray. 2. In large bowl, combine flour, baking powder, cardamom or coriander, salt, and the 2 tablespoons sugar. Drizzle with oil and mix with fork until evenly distributed. 3. Reserve 1-tablespoon egg whites. 4. Stir yogurt, lemon peel, and remaining egg whites into flour mixture. Stir gently with fork until mixture holds together. Turn onto lightly floured surface. Knead about 8 strokes to mix dough thoroughly. Pat out dough to form 8inch circle. With sharp knife, cut evenly into 8 wedges. Arrange wedges, about 1 inch apart, on prepared baking sheet. Brush with reserved egg whites. Sprinkle with 1-tablespoon sugar. Bake 15 minutes, or until golden brown.

Chocolate Raspberry Smoothies


From eatbetteramerica.com Ingredients 2 cups light chocolate-flavored soymilk 1 cup Cascadian Farm frozen organic raspberries or fresh raspberries teaspoon vanilla Directions 1. In blender or food processor, place all ingredients. Cover; blend on low speed about 30 seconds or until smooth. 2. Pour into 2 glasses. Serve immediately.

Healthified Garlic Shrimp Pasta


From eatbetteramerica.com Ingredients 8 oz uncooked multigrain angel hair (capellini) pasta or spaghetti 4 cups fresh baby spinach leaves 1- cups halved cherry tomatoes 3 teaspoons olive oil 1 medium onion, finely chopped (1/2 cup) 1 lb fresh medium shrimp, peeled, deveined and tail shells removed 3 cloves garlic, finely chopped teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes cup dry white wine cup reduced-sodium chicken broth teaspoon salt 1/8-teaspoon pepper 3 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley 2 tablespoons butter Directions 1. In 5-quart saucepan or Dutch oven, cook pasta as directed on package. Drain; return to saucepan. Stir in spinach, tomatoes and 2 teaspoons of the oil. Cover to keep warm. Heat oil n deep fryer to 365 degrees F. 4. Lightly moisten each spring roll wrapper with the egg wash. Blot off excess egg wash with paper towels. Place each piece of cheesecake in the middle of a wrapper. Sprinkle with the chopped chocolate. Fold top of wrapper down over the cheesecake, and both sides toward the middle. Roll each piece of cheesecake toward you until it is completely rolled up. Make sure the egg roll is tightly packed with its edges sealed. 5. Gently release egg rolls into the oil and cook until golden brown, roughly 2 minutes. Using tongs remove the golden-brown egg rolls from the oil. Place each egg roll in a bowl of powdered sugar and coat well. Place deep-fried rolls of cheesecake on paper towels to cool slightly before serving. 6. Drizzle with chocolate sauce and top with whipped cream.

Deep Fried Cheesecake


From foodnetwork.com Ingredients 2 cups graham cracker crumbs 1/4-cup sugar 7 tablespoons butter, melted 3 (8-ounce) packages cream cheese, softened 1-cup sugar 3 large eggs 1 (4-ounce) bar white chocolate, melted and cooled slightly 30 Oriental spring roll wrappers Egg wash (whisk 1 egg with 1 cup milk) 1 (4-ounce) bar semisweet chocolate, chopped Vegetable oil, as needed Powdered sugar, as needed 8 ounces chocolate sauce, in squirt bottle Whipped cream Directions 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Cheesecake: 2. In a medium bowl, combine cracker crumbs, sugar, and melted butter. Press firmly on bottom and 1-inch up sides of a 9-inch spring form pan. Bake 8 minutes. In a large bowl, combine cream cheese and sugar. Beat with an electric mixer until fluffy. Beat in eggs, 1 at a time, beating well after each addition. Stir in melted chocolate. 3. Carefully pour batter into the prepared crust. Bake 45 minutes. Let cool completely on wire rack. Chill 8 hours before serving to set. Cut the cheesecake into approximately 3 by 1inch uniform pieces. Deep-Fried Cheesecake Rolls:

2. Meanwhile, while pasta is cooking, in 12inch nonstick skillet, heat remaining 1-teaspoon oil over medium-high heat. Add onion; cook and stir 1 minute. Add shrimp, garlic and pepper flakes; cook and stir 2 minutes. 3. Stir in wine, broth, salt and pepper; cook 2 minutes or until shrimp are pink and firm. Remove from heat; stir in parsley and butter until butter is melted. Add shrimp mixture to pasta mixture in saucepan; toss to mix.

Tomato and Basil Flatbread Pizza


From eatbetterameirca.com Ingredients 2 tablespoons pesto sauce 2 flatbreads or pitas, each about 7 inches across 1 tomato, thinly sliced 1 tablespoon chopped fresh basil leaves 1/4 cup shredded mozzarella cheese Directions 1. Heat oven to 425F. 2. Spread pesto on bread. Add a layer of tomato and a layer of basil. Sprinkle cheese over top. Bake for 7 minutes, or until cheese is golden and melted.

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Commission For People With Disabilities


Continued from page B- Awards nomination forms can be found on the County ADA website and/or the Commission website. The Commission website can be found on the countys website at www.stmarysmd.com. Click on Volunteer Boards under the Government box. Click on Commission for People with Disabilities and then click on Awards program. Or request a nomination form from: Commission for Persons with Disabilities c/o Christina Bishop 23150 Leonard Hall Drive P.O. Box 653 Leonardtown, MD 20650 Ch ristina.bishop@stmarysmd.com 301-475-4200, x1802

Facility Accessibility Candidate should exhibit barrier-free optimum accessibility for persons with disabilities. Innovative Program Candidate should exhibit innovative plan and its execution for inclusion of persons with disabilities in an area of community life. Outstanding Person with Disability Award Candidate must be a person with a disability that enjoys all aspects of life and participates in advancement of barrier free access for all. Outstanding Individual Achievements Awards. Candidate must exhibit exceptional effort in the promotion of independence for persons with disabilities.

Passport Fair
Benedict Post Office Saturday June 28, 2008 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Passport fair is open to the public. All are invited to attend. Passport photos will also be available. To apply for a passport be sure to bring the following items: Passport Application (available at the event) Proof of U.S. Citizenship Proof of identity

AWARD CATEGORIES
Volunteer Candidate should demonstrate exceptional efforts on the behalf of the disabled community through volunteering time and energy. Notable Employer Candidate should demonstrate exceptional effort in advancing employment opportunities to persons with disabilities.

Two Identical color passport photos Passport fees (check or money order for payment) For specific details on the list of items above, visit www.usps.com/passport. Youll receive your passport within ten weeks from the time Passport Agencies receive your completed application. If you need your passport sooner, you can request expedited processing with Express Mail service for an additional fee.

McKays Community Rewards Program Check Presented to Library

River Concert Series


Continued from page B- Orchestra, include E. Elgars In the South, Tobias Pickers Old and Lost Rivers, and OBoyles Celtic Suite. Traditional Celtic selections will be performed by violinist Jos Cueto, concertmaster of the Baltimore Opera Orchestra; saxophonist and flutist Don Stapleson, who has played with Ray Charles and Dexter Gordon; and soprano Gwendolyn Degentesh, who has performed as a soloist at Italys Amalfi Coast Music Festival. Local violinist Lauren Brenzo, who studied with master Celtic fiddler Alasdair Fraser at Scotlands Gaelic College, will also perform.

The evenings program also features storyteller Ming Diaz and the River Concert Series Celtic Dancers. Details about the concert are on the River Concert Series Web site at www.riverconcertseries.com or call 240-895-2024. The free outdoor concerts overlook the St. Marys River and begin at 7 p.m. with grounds opening at 5 p.m.

LIBRARY ANNOUNCEMENTS
Libraries received $2069 in McKays Community Rewards Program
Thank you for designating the library as your organization in McKays Community Rewards Program. David McKay, President of McKays Foods and Pharmacy, presented a $2069.13 check to Director Kathleen Reif and announced the library placed 6th in this years program. Other performances scheduled on Mondays include the following: One-Step MagiCompany, Ickity Bickity Boo Show, Mr. Derbys Rhyme Time Jam, General Foolishness and Candy & Cupcake. A description of each as well as the other summer activities being offered can be found in the summer brochures available at the libraries or online at www.stmalib.org.

David McKay, President of McKays Foods and Pharmacy, presented Library Director Kathleen Reif with a $2069.13 Community Rewards check and announced the Library placed 6th in the Rewards Program. Also shown are Marilyn McKay, McKays Treasurer and Everlyn Holland, Board of Library Trustee.

Critter Corner
Litter Box Problems
Many cats are turned into local animal shelters by their owners due to inappropriate elimination, otherwise known as not using the litter box. The Tri-County Animal Shelter wants you to know that your cat is trying to tell you something if you are dealing with this situation, and its up to you to find out what your kitty is saying. The first thing you need to do is schedule your cat for a physical with the veterinarian. Many medical conditions can cause a change in a cats litter box habits. Sometimes going outside the litter box is your cats way of telling you that theyre not feeling well. Check for signs of blood in and around the box, and if you can catch your cat in the act, check for signs of straining. These are valuable clues for your veterinarian, as your cat could have bladder stones or an infection. If your cat gets a clean bill of health, then its up to you to determine if adjustments need to be made in the home. Location is a key element in whether kitty uses the box. The location should offer some privacy for your cat, but is conveniently located for them as well. Many people place a litter box in the basement or a laundry room, but a noisy washer or furnace may keep kitty away. You should have at least as many litter boxes as you have cats. It is also recommended that you place them in several locations around the house and place at least one litter box on each level of your house. This way, if you have multiple cats and one tends to be a bully, your other cats wont be prevented from using a litter box. Cats can be very particular about the litter they prefer. Most cats prefer fine-grained litters, presumably because they feel softer, and they tend to use the box more if the litter is about two inches deep. Many cats dont like scented litters or air fresheners placed in the area. Once you find a litter that kitty likes, stick with it. Also, bad smells or a full litter box can make a cat go elsewhere. Clean each litter box at least once a daytwice is better. If you think

Wii Play game nights planned


Gamers of all ages can attend the free family Wii Play game nights scheduled on June 25 at Charlotte Hall, June 26 at Leonardtown and July 2 at Lexington Park. The action will start at 6 p.m. Registration is requested.

Libraries buzzing with summer reading activities


Children from birth through teens can catch the summer reading bug and maintain their reading skills over the summer by participating in one of the summer reading programs. Children can register at any time, pick up a reading log and begin reading to earn prizes. Babies from birth to age two can sign up for the Read-to-Me Club and complete fun activities with their parents or caregivers. Preschoolers to 5th graders maintain a reading log for the Catch the Reading Bug Club. Participants in both clubs return to the library every three weeks for prizes. When the activity sheets or reading logs are completed, they receive an age-appropriate book. Teens in the 6th grade and up can earn a chance for a digital camera, IPod Shuffle, ITunes gift card, headphones or entertainment chair by logging their reading time and participating in the Metamorphosis Club. Teens bring their reading logs in every three weeks for a chance to earn mugs, t-shirts, and CiCis Pizza coupons and chances for the grand prizes.

Meet artist at Opening Reception


An opening reception for Winfred Robinson will be held June 19 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Lexington Park Library Art Gallery. Robinson, a local photographer, will display his work until the end of July.

Genealogy class being offered


Adults can register for a free computer class to learn where to start their genealogy search using free Internet websites, the librarys databases, Social Security Death Indexes, and US Census. Attendees must have knowledge of the Internet. Registration is required since space is limited.

Drop in for a book discussion


Readers can drop in for any of the following book discussions: Margaret Atwoods book, The Penelopiad on June 19, 7 pm at Leonardtown; Barbara Delinskys book, Family Tree on July 7, 7 p.m. at Charlotte Hall and Geraldine Brooks book, Year of Wonders on July 14, 6 p.m. at Lexington Park.

Uncle Pete kicks off Professional Performance series


Uncle Pete with Kids will kick off the free professional performance series on June 30.

the box stinks, imagine what kitty thinks. Covered litter boxes may cause some problems: you may forget to clean as often, due to out of sight, out of mind; a covered box traps odors inside and may offend your cat; and a covered box may make it easier for your cat to be ambushed by another cat. Help your cat succeed by using these tips, so you can stay together for a lifetime. For more information about the Tri-County Animal Shelter, contact us at 1-800903-1992 or visit our web page at www.charlescounty. org/es/animalcontrol.

Caught with suspected cocaine


On June 5, 2008 Deputy Jason Graves observed two individuals walk into a wooded area on Hurry Road in Chaptico. Graves observed the subjects look towards his direction and then try to hide behind the trees. Graves investigated. As Graves approached the subjects he observed them try to hide an item. One of the subjects ran. Graves detained the other subject identified as Mitchell Lee Kimball, 19, of Chaptico. For officers safety, Graves conducted a pat down of Kimballs person. During the pat down, Graves felt what appeared to be a plastic bag tied in a knot in Kimballs left pants pocket. Graves recovered a clear plastic bag con-

taining a white powered substance suspected cocaine. Kimball was arrested and search incident to the arrest revealed a $10 bill rolled up containing suspected cocaine residue.

was at home when Belt yelled. Belt was arrested for violating the terms of the Peace Order.

Arrested for violating peace order


On June 5, 2008 Deputy First Class Anthony Whipkey served Kimberly Anne Belt, 40, of Lexington Park with a peace order, ordering her not to have any contact with the petitioner. The petitioner of the peace order is Belts next door neighbor. As Whipkey was leaving Belts residence, she ran to the front of her residence and allegedly yelled at her neighbor. The neighbor

DUI test leads to arrest for suspected marijuana


On June 6, 2008 at approximately 10:40 pm Deputy Jason Graves responded to Maryland International Raceway (MIR) in Mechanicsville for a report of a motor vehicle accident. Investigation revealed Eric Robin Reed, 25, of Charlotte Hall, participated in a race at MIR and upon reaching the finish line, lost control of his vehicle and hit the barrier wall. Graves spoke with Reed and could detect an odor of an alcoholic beverage upon his breath and person. Reed was given a field sobriety test

and as a result of the test was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Search incident to arrest revealed a clear plastic bag containing suspected marijuana on Reeds person. Reed was charged with DWI and possession of a controlled dangerous substance marijuana.

Charged with disorderly conduct


On June 7, 2008 Deputy Travis Bowes responded to North Patuxent Beach Road in California for a traffic complaint. Upon arrival he observed approximately 10 vehicles parked in a no-parking zone. All occupants of the vehicles were fishing along the sea wall. Bowes made contact

with the drivers to explain to the drivers they were not permitted to park in a no parking zone. Dexter Tyrone Thomas, 36, of Valley Lee immediately became upset and started using profane language and yelling. Thomas yelling was heard by others in the area. Thomas was asked numerous times to stop yelling and he refused. Thomas was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace and failure to obey a lawful order of a police officer.

Charged with illegally transporting handgun


On June 7, 2008 at approximately 6:50 a.m. a look-

out was broadcast for a subject transporting a loaded handgun in a vehicle. A short time later, the subject, George Joseph Smith, Jr., 50, of Great Mills, called the St. Marys County Emergency Communications Center and stated he had been in a domestic dispute and wanted to have a Deputy contact him at the ABC Lounge in California, Maryland. Dfc. James Maguire responded and made contact with Smith. Smith told Maguire he did have a loaded handgun in his vehicle. A search of the vehicle revealed a .40 caliber Smith and Wesson handgun. A fully loaded magazine was located in the center front console. George Smith was arrested and charged with illegally transporting a handgun.

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Thursday, June 12, 200

Let Dessert Make the Meal


For many people, the best part of a meal is the dessert. Those looking to add some variety to their dessert menu might want to consider the following recipe for Chocolate-Peanut Butter Terrine with Sugared Peanuts from Emily Luchettis Classic Stars Desserts (Chronicle Books).

Chocolate-Peanut Butter Terrine with Sugared Peanuts


Serves 8 Terrine 11 ounces bittersweet chocolate, finely chopped 1 ounce unsalted butter 6 tablespoons creamy peanut butter 4 large egg yolks 14 cup granulated sugar 134 cups heavy whipping cream Glaze 4 ounces bittersweet chocolate, finely chopped 212 ounces unsalted butter 2 teaspoons light corn syrup Sugared Peanuts 1 large egg white 6 tablespoons granulated sugar 112 cups unsalted peanuts To make the terrine: Spray an 812-by-412-by234-inch loaf pan with nonstick spray. Line the sprayed pan with plastic wrap, allowing a 112-inch overhang on all sides. In a stainless steel bowl, combine the chocolate, butter and peanut butter. Place the bowl over a pan of simmering water, making sure the bottom of the bowl does not touch the

water. Heat, stirring occasionally, until the chocolate and butter melt. Remove from the heat and whisk until smooth. Combine the egg yolks and sugar in the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the whip attachment and whip on high speed until thick, about 1 minute. Remove the bowl from the mixer stand. Using a wooden spoon, stir in the chocolate mixture in three equal additions. The mixture will be quite thick. In a separate bowl, whisk the cream until it starts to thicken. Using a spatula, fold the cream into the chocolate mixture into four equal additions. Spread the batter in the prepared pan. Cover with the plastic wrap overhanging the sides and refrigerate until firm, at least 4 hours. To unfold the terrine, fold back the plastic wrap and invert the pan onto a wire rack. Pull on a corner of the plastic wrap to release the terrine from the pan. Lift off the pan and carefully remove the plastic wrap. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and place the rack in it. Return the terrine to the refrigerator while you make the glaze. To make the glaze: In a stainless steel bowl, combine the chocolate, butter and corn syrup. Place it over a pan of simmering water,

making sure the bottom of the bowl does not touch the water, and heat, stirring occasionally, until the chocolate and butter melt. Remove from over the heat and whisk until smooth. The glaze should be pourable but not so thin that it will run off the terrine. If the glaze is too thin, let it sit at room temperature for about 30 minutes. Slowly pour the glaze evenly over the top of the terrine, allowing it to stream evenly down the sides. With an offset spatula, spread the glaze to cover the terrine smoothly and completely. Refrigerate until the glaze is set, about 30 minutes. To make the sugared peanuts: Preheat the oven to 350 F. In a bowl, whisk the egg white until frothy. Whisk in the sugar. Add the peanuts and mix until they are evenly coated with the egg white mixture. Spread the peanuts in a single layer on a rimmed baking sheet and place in the oven. Toast the nuts, stirring them every 5 minutes, until dry and golden brown, 15 to 20 minutes. To serve, transfer the terrine to a serving platter and arrange the sugared peanuts in top. Cut the terrine with a hot, dry knife.

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Great family rental in water front community. Good school system. Level lot. Recent carpet and paint. 2 car garage and shed. Easy commute to Calvert Cliffs or Pax River NATC. All appiances included. E-mail or call Steve @ 410-4741171 after 6 p.m. Price: $1,275 + util. Two bedroom, two full bath townhouse with 15X29 basement and full kitchen available for rent. 6 month lease @ $1145 a month with option to renew. Townhouse is 10 minutes north of Naval Air Station Patuxent River and is just off of Chancellors Run Road. $500 deposit and credit check required. Immediate move in. Amenities included: community pool, gym, sauna, playground, dog park. Unit has washer/dryer hook up. Washer/dryer rental available for additional $35 a month. Gas water heater & heating, range in kitchen is electric. This is an excellent deal for those interested in a short duration lease without the additional cost. Current rates within the community for 6 month leases are $1350 a month on units of this style. As this is the January 2008 one year rate you will save around $1080 over the course of the lease. Current one year lease rates are $1170, which is an additional $25 per month over the rate being offered here. Please call 240-216-6583 for additional details. If there is no answer please leave a message with a name and phone number so that I can call you back. 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath completely upgraded townhome in Waldorf. Separate dining room. Fireplace in living room. Two reserved parking spots. Fenced in rear yard. Yard will have to be maintained by renter (mowing). Electric, Water/Sewer and Gas included in rental price. Short term lease options available. Home has easy access to route 5 and 301. Rent with option to buy can be discussed. Price: $1500. E-mail me for pictures or more info. allie.silver@yahoo.com.

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Full time postition in chiropractic office for chiropractic assistant/rehab assistant. Previous experience or training in personal training or pilates appreciated. Enthusiasm, good communications skills desired. Will train. Approx 30 hours a week. Call 301-870-4277. Chefs American Bistro is a new restaurant opening in San Souci Plaza, just 1.5 miles north of NAS Pax River. We are in search of motivated individuals seeking a unique opportunity to assist in opening a restaurant. Experience is preferred but not necessary. Compensation based on experience. Call Chef Ahmed at 240538-6242 or Harold Lee at 301-904-9985 to set up your interview today!

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1998 Chevrolet Silverado. 20 rims and tires. fully custom bed w/ LED lights, 9 gallon air ride tank, 2 compressors, F.B.S.S Hi pressure valves, All 3/4 Hydro Lines, Leather interior, wood grain w/ LED inside package, 1 parallel 4-link w/ triangulated 3 link center, sway protection. Needs minor body work, runs great, show quality truck. Pictures upon request!! Price: $8500 OBO. If interested, please call Rebecca Johnson at 240-434-8926 for more information. 1997 Chevrolet Malibu. Original owner. V-6. 139K miles. Runs good. Body good. Tires fairly new. AM/FM/Cassette. Color is what Chevy called Mediterranean Gold Mist. Better gas mileage than a Humvee! Price: $1,000. If interested, email an inquiries hagstrom1964@hotmail. com. For Sale is a 2000 Chevy Blazer LT for sale. Its fully loaded with all its bells and whistles and tow package. No mechanical problems, no rust or dents on body. Performance exhaust and performance Cold air intake system installed for unbelievable better gas mileage. Current gas mileage: 19/24. This blazer has been garaged kept since i bought it at 36,000 miles in 2003 and has mostly highway mileage. Ive driven it only once per week since January 2007. I have not had any mechanical failures since I bought it. Ive always kept it very clean inside and out and under the hood. This is a must see Blazer. Its a custom 2 tone paint job: Blue and Gold. If interested, please call Tony @ 443-6247735. Price: $5500. 2008 Scion TC for sale. This is a great car... it is in great condition Im only selling it because I am moving to the city to go to college and dont need it anymore. It is a 5spd manual, fun to drive. I mainly used it to go back and forth between school and my jobs. Bought it only about a year ago and have kept up with the oil changes etc. Has 18 chrome rims and tinted windows. Call for pictures or for more details or questions if interested, 240-538-7844. Price: $17,000. 1966 Ford Pickup, 302, 3 speed on the floor, needs work. Call Kenny at (301)932-6683 (Leave Message). Price: $1200 OBO.

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MOTORCYCLES
1999 Harley Davidson 883 Sportster. I n very good condition with Harley saddle bags and Kuryakyn hand grips and foot pegs. Bike is great but I have upgraded and can not keep two. Cost effective way to get over 45 mpg and have fun doing it. If interested, and for any further informatioin, please call 240-577-1393. Price: $3950. Harley Davidson Softtail Deluxe. I bought this bike in Oct 2007 and it only has 411 miles. The bike comes with a transferrable extended 7-year service warranty, unlimited tire & wheel coverage, and Lo Jack. The bike is a beauty. The color is candy red sunglo and it also has a detachable windshield and custom saddle bags. I paid $22,948 minus the title/tags etc... Please call 702-327-7304 if interested or email me at laura. johnson@navy.mil for pictures. 2005 Kawasaki ninja 636. Monster energy edition to many mods to list, I also have all the stock parts. Call Ryan at 443-6248610 if interested, and for any further information. Price: $6200.00 firm. E mail for pics wrboswell@ hotmail.com. For Sale A New 2007 Honda Shadow 750 Spirit. (VT750DCA7) Candy Dark Red Includes: Backrest/Rear Carrier Mount, Cycle Cover, Leather Saddlebags and Luggage (Tourmaster Cruiser II Bags) Windscreen, Highway Bar and GPS. Over 9700.00 Invested. Price: $7750 Firm. If interested, please call (301) 866-5771 for more information.

CHILD CARE
Im a stay at home mom looking to take care of a couple of kids for the summer, I have 4 of my own 17,13,8,and 4 looking to make some extra money. Kids age doesnt matter. Call Carrie 410-610-7916. Prep & Play Preschool and Daycare is currently taking enrollment for children ages 2 through 5 for full-time care. Prep & Play has an accredited preschool program and is also a full-time daycare. Located in Hollywood in a home-like atmosphere with friendly and devoted teachers. Hours of operation are Monday - Friday 6:30am to 5:30pm. Current rate is 165 per week for all ages. Please call 301-373-2772 (office) or 301-373-3710 (daycare center). Rebekahs home Daycare now has openings for the summer. Ages 21/2 - 12 years old. breakfast, snack, and, lunch provided. We do go to my pool in my neighborhod, bike rides, parks, baking, and crafts. Nanny of eleven years, CPR and First Aide Certified. Licensed Daycare provider since 2006. Call 301-743-3888.

REAL ESTATE
Wildewood Village, a gated 55+ community with 24 hour security. Serious buyers only please contact Kim Reynolds, Esq., 301 863.7054 or renlaw@erols.com. Price: $270,000. Lovely 6.25 acre, wooded lot with mature hardwoods, private community beach access to Chesapeake Bay, perced. Private, flag lot with level building site in Park Chesapeake (off Little Cove Point Road). Convenient location, Calvert County schools. $250,000. If interested, please call 301904-8483. Dont miss this great opportunity. 2 bedroom 1 bath rambler on .25 acres located five minutes from the main gate to patuxent river naval air station in lexington park..new roof, hardwood floors throughout the house..backyard enclosed with a privacy fence. I will also consider the option of renting my home for 850.00 per month plus security deposit. Price: $150,000. If interested, please call Mary Robinson at 301-247-7325 for more information. This 3 bedroom 2.5 bath home features a private 3 acre wooded lot, open kitchen/family room/ living room, finished basement w/fireplace & bar,2 car garage(part of garage converted for other use). Additional detached 24x23 building on a basement with water, electric, phone, cable, A/C and heat. Currently used as a work shop. No HOA. Price: $539,990. For more information, please call 301-855-9090. Beautiful home built in 2006. Great location in Wildewood. House backs to conservation land. Hardwood flooring in foyer, kitchen, and powder room. Upgraded carpets throughout. Stainless steel appliances. Spacious master suite with bay window, walk-in closet, his and her sinks, large whirlpool tub, and separate shower. Laundry room on second floor. HUGE unfinished walk-out basement. Extra bathroom plumb-in and laundry hook-ups in basementcould be turned into fully functional apartment to rent/mother-in-law suite. Large deck off breakfast nook with bay window. Lots of natural light throughout the house and two story foyer. Second and third bedrooms are spacious. Attached garage and plenty of additional parking. Central air conditioning. Highly sought after schools - Elementary School: Hollywood (new school coming to Wildewood in 09), Middle School: Esperanza, High School: Leonardtown. Community recreation facilities, swimming pools, tennis courts. Neutral palate, ready for your taste in design. Well kept homea must see! Setup a time to come view the home at your convenience. Price: $344,900. If interested, please call 703-216-8543.

REAL ESTATE
Minutes from NAS Pax River, well maintained home in quiet residential neighborhood - Ceiling fans in all bedrooms, dining room, and family room - Gas log fireplace with thermostat control in family room - Ceramic tile floors in kitchen, laundry room, and half bath - Pergo flooring in foyer and hallway - Two car garage with automatic garage door openers Floored storage over garage - Deck off of kitchen area (16 x 14) - Built in 1992 - 13 SEER heat pump (new in June 07). Price: $279,900. Call (301) 737-2546. Cozy cabin in the woods, ideal for individual, couple or small family. Lot size is roughly 1.5 wooded acres, with adjacent 1.5 acre lot conveying with sale. Situated on quiet cul-de-sac, with winter water view. Washer, dryer, electric baseboard and woodstove heat. New carpeting and vinyl flooring. Cathedral ceilings throughout. Shaded screened porch, with ceiling fan, and sunroom. Storage shed. Plenty of room to add on! Numerous gardening and landscaping possibilities for someone with a green thumb! Community access to two beautiful Bay beaches! Call 410.394.6735 or 410.610.2768 to schedule an appointment to view the property. Ask for Anne or Tony. Price: $165,000. Beautiful waterfront home with panoramic view of breton bay with easy access to the potomac river. Beautiful sunrise and sunsets with everything from a gourmet kitchen to a jacuzzi tub & oversized shower in master bath, full finished basement with bar, a 13,000 lb boat lift, 2 jet ski lifts on over an acre with horses in the front. Easy commute to DC/ VA & Annapolis areas. Minutes to PAX River Naval Base, shopping, restaurants & hospital. $1,250,000. 5-bedrooms, 3.5 bath home. (close to 5,000 sq. ft) Tall 20foot celing in foyer and living room. Gormet Kitchen with ceramic tile floor, Marble counter tops and Stainless appliances. Hardwood floors, screened gazebo, very private. Real Estate Agents with potential buyers welcome. Must see to appreciate, please call 703-201-2324. Price: $1,250,000. Beautiful stately colonial on half an acre (corner lot), hardwood floors on main level, master suite, and upstairs hallway, upgraded countertops, lighting, crown molding/ chair rails throughout, 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, formal living/dining rooms, fully finished basement with wet bar, gas fireplace in family room, 2-car garage, large deck, fully fenced yard, professionally landscaped with inground sprinklers, alarm system. Formerly model home for community! $479,900. 410-326-11067

The County Times is looking for a new Government/ Community/Education Reporter to join our team!
Interested candidates should send resume, cover letter, references, work samples and salary requirements to The County Times Attn: Tobie Pulliam P. O. Box 250 Hollywood, MD 20636, or fax to 301-373-4128 or email tobiepulliam@ countytimes.net. Please include in the cover letter why you want to work for The County Times and what you can bring to the paper.
Help wanted days, evenings, weekends. Duties include feeding, turn inout, mucking, and general horse and barn care. Must be reliable and responsible. Working student position available as well. Some riding possible for the right person. If interested, please email jennifer@allansporthorses. com, or call Jennifer at 240-925-4558. General Accountant. Must be able to understand instructions and verbal directions given in the terminology used in accounting. Working knowledge of computers, mainframe system, calculating machines and copiers.Journal Entries, assists with financial statement preparation, account reconciliations, other items needed. Marcia_Chase@ smhwecare.com A large company that has been in business for 40 years is seeking a Carpenter Foreman with 10 years of experience in commercial/residential work. Year-round work located in Southern Maryland. Benefits include company truck, vacation, medical, dental, vision & 401K plan. If interested, please fax resume to #301-2745075 or call Don at #240882-4321 between 3 and 7 pm. Merry Maids in the Owings area has an immediate need for a Full-time office and cleaning assistant. Turn 1-2 years general office esperience, strong customer service, computer and interpersonal skills into a terrific opportunity. Must like to clean too!! If interested, please email your resume to merrymaids580@ gmail.com or fax your resume to (410) 257-5870.

YARD SALES
The Hickory Nut of Wildewood neighborhood will be holding our annual neighborhood-wide yard sale on Saturday, June 21st, 7:00AM - 11:00AM rain or shine. Meadowlake Community Yard Sale. Sat. June 14 8am - 2pm. Off of Chancellors Run Rd. to Norris Rd. 155 home community!

Antique & Collectable Auction


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Featuring many quality antiques & collectables From the southern Maryland area Antique furniture, collectables, jewelry, Coins, Artwork, Crocks, Clocks, Primitives, and lots more Roseville donatello bowl, Antique four poster tester bed, Mahogony Banquet table & chairs, vintage toy trucks, Roseville & McCoy pottery, Oak side by side, quilts, rugs, Hamilton & Jones crock, Toby Mugs, primitive Spinet desk, GW crock, Lots more coming in daily!! For the Latest Pictures & Info, visit

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APARTMENT RENTALS
Large Water Front one bedroom apartment for rent on a quiet creek in St. Inigoes. Close to St. Marys College. New kitchen, washer/dryer, can be furnished or unfurnished, all utilities included (heating, air conditioning, Sat. TV and Wi Fi). Pets will be considered on individual bases. Non-Smoker, professional, or SMCM fac/ staff preferred. (301)8632505 or e-mail sspedden@erols.com. $825. Spacious 2 bedroom recently finished basement appartment with seperate enterence. Includes in the unit is a stackable washer/dryer, full size kitchen with electric appliances and beach access. Satelite and electric are included in price. Non-smoker, no pets. 301-769-1647 or email curtisc@ctcorp. com. Price: $950.

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Pharmacist - Retail
Positions are available at 2 of our locations. Current MD Pharmacist License required. Full or part time schedules are possible. Competitive salary and benefits. Send resume and salary requirements to: McKays Fine Food & Pharmacy P.O. Box 98 Hollywood, MD 20636 Or Fax to Human Resources. 301-373-5338. For further information, call 301-373-5848. McKays is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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California, Maryland Naomi Ruth Tinsley 44 California, Maryland

May 1, 2008
Jesse Ignatius Farrell 27 Avenue, Maryland Marjorie Dawn Berry 35 Avenue, Maryland

Philip Dean Smith 22 Lexington Park, Maryland Jennifer Lynn Reynolds 20 Lexington Park, Maryland Eric Clark Jackson 25 Lexington Park, Maryland Minhlann Nguyen 25 Lexington Park, Maryland

Park, Maryland Kathleen Joanne Abell Lexington Park, Maryland Michael John McDevitt Solomons, Maryland Bridgett Lea Diedrich Hollywood, Maryland

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Luis Antonio Velazquez, Jr. 25 Boston, Massachusetts Andrea Lynn Evans 24 Boston, Massachusetts Ermyas Assefaw 22 Lexington Park, Maryland Laura Kathryn Anderson 27 Lexington Park, Maryland James Ignatius Gatton, III 24 Lexington Park, Maryland Ashley Khristine Nelson 21 Lexington Park, Maryland Matthew David Petree Washington, D.C. Jessica Eizabeth Rushing Washington, D.C. 32 29

John Russel Petr 26 Edgewater, Maryland Alicia Harris Moreland 28 Chaptico, Maryland George Sumner Harrington, III 27 Mechanicsville, Maryland Shannon Marie Wood 30 Mechanicsville, Maryland

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May 2, 2008
Adam James Howard 28 Great Mills, Maryland Kerstin Theresa Sewell 28 Great Mills, Maryland Brian Christopher Long 23 Helen, Maryland Amber Michelle Landau 23 Mechanicsville, Maryland Charles Kevin Niles 35 Compton, Maryland Shelia Juanita Somerville 32 Compton, Maryland Gernard Eric McCormick, Sr. 32 LaPlata, Maryland Erica Theresa Barnes 32 LaPlata, Maryland Robert William Fowler 38 Great Mills, Maryland Amy Lynn Hilgeman 33 Great Mills, Maryland David Carlton Edsall 33 Lusby, Maryland Vanessa Lynn Hill 28 Lusby, Maryland Duncan Hugh McDonell, III 31 Lexington Park, Maryland Billie Ann Perez 29 Lexington Park, Maryland

May 15, 2008


Brian David Pyle 38 LaPlata, Maryland Jenifer Ashley Boyle 24 LaPlata, Maryland Michael David Sharkey 54 Great Mills, Maryland Cathy Anne Selig 46 Prince Frederick, Maryland Andy Brian Wood 23 Lusby, Maryland Pamela Lynn Phillips 25 Lusby, Maryland

Blake Daniel Reeder 24 Great Mills, Maryland Rachel Kay Copenhaver 21 Great Mills, Maryland Jesse David Barry 22 Lexington Park, Maryland Tiffany Jean Wright 22 Lexington Park, Maryland Nicholas Vincent Biscoe 76 Ridge, Maryland Leathia Elizabeth Phillips 72 Ridge, Maryland

May 9, 2008
Thomas Steven Baldwin Mechanicsville, Maryland Patricia Rose Hampton Mechanicsville, Maryland 25 23

Kenneth Allen Grumbine 19 Lexington Park, Maryland Sarah Elizabeth Mace 18 Lexington Park, Maryland John Willard Smith, Jr. 57 Lexington Park, Maryland Diane Elizabeth Austin 40 Great Mills, Maryland Christopher George Premore 22 Fort Riley, Kansas Amber Cecilia Stone 19 Mechanicsville, Maryland Benjamin William Schumacher 23 Leonardtown, Maryland Hanna Louise McKinney 23 Leonardtown, Maryland Todd Leon McAllister Alexandria, Virginia Gilliam Marcia Griffith Alexandria, Virginia 41 35

Nathaniel Abraham Meddaugh 23 Lexington Park, Maryland Tasha Lynn Marie Olden 22 Lexington Park, Maryland

May 21, 2008


Teddy Lee Clark 41 Lexington Park, Maryland Mary Catherine Hobbs 47 Lexington Park, Maryland Ryan Mark Dean 27 California, Maryland Melissa Ann Norris 23 Hollywood, Maryland Todd James Norris 25 Ridge, Maryland Alicia Marie Mattingly 23 Ridge, Maryland

May 16, 2008


Detrick Hahns Curren 29 Lexington Park, Maryland Riina Lorel Garvin 29 Lexington Park, Maryland Matthew Clarence Atkinson 31 Hollywood, Maryland Deborah Colleen Joy 27 Hollywood, Maryland Alvin Paul Douglas Lightman 35 Baltimore, Maryland Julia Clare Godfrey 36 Baltimore, Maryland

Christopher Eugene Cutshaw 29 Lexington Park, Maryland Johna Elanine Sergi 26 Lexington Park, Maryland Christopher Adrian Fredrich 27 Mechanicsville, Maryland Heather Elizabeth Graves 27 Mechanicsville, Maryland David Mark Lehmann 25 Crofton, Maryland Isla Renee Wickham 26 Mechanicsville, Maryland Paul Joseph Callanan 66 California, Maryland Sandra Louise Hormuth 66 Mechanicville, Maryland

May 22, 2008


Aaron John Taylor 29 Deland, Florida Jacquelyn Robin Leach 37 Piney Point, Maryland Scott Wallace McGregor 28 Navarre, Florida Kristen Elizabeth Silverstro 25 Leonardtown, Maryland Bryan Joseph Brent Payne 24 Mechanicsville, Maryland Jenna Marie Thompson 24 Leonardtown, Maryland Gary Vincent Ammons 31 Great Mills, Maryland Sybil Renee Buie 27 Great Mills, Maryland

May 19, 2008


Nigel Lee Daniel 21 Waldorf, Maryland Jennifer Louise King 22 Mechanicsville, Maryland Patricius Petrus Martinus Rolsma 42 Amersfoort, Netherlands Athena AnnaMarie Volonakis 35 California, Maryland Jeffrey Howard Ireland, Jr. 26 Lusby, Maryland Jennifer Lynn Lusby 25 Lusby, Maryland James Robert Maguire, Sr. 46 Mechanicsville, Maryland Karen Lynn Beck 45 Mechanicisville, Maryland

May 5, 2008
Ross Edward Payne, III 35 Leonardtown, Maryland Deana Lea Brensinger 39 Leonardtown, Maryland

May 13, 2008


Erick Alexander Abad 29 Lexington Park, Maryland Maria Del Carmen Pena 25 Lexington Park, Maryland

Timothy Steven Frazier 31 Hollywood, Maryland Wendy Marie Barry 28 Hollywood, Maryland

May 6, 2008
Zahir Elijah Calhoun Chesapeake, Virginia Angiebelle Renea Justice Chesapeake, Virginia 34 30

May 14, 2008


Douglas Eugene Cantrell 45 Hollywood, Maryland Victoria Ford Bacon 39 Hollywood, Maryland Justin Michael Horner 20 Patuxent River, Maryland Adrianna Frances Graves Moore 18 Lexington Park, Maryland Brendan Patrick Stratton 18 Patuxent River, Maryland Alexandria Mary Rose Metzler 18 Lexington Park, Maryland Brian Thomas Russell 22 Valley Lee, Maryland Elizabeth June Hargraves 21 Lexington Park, Maryland

Steven Edward Hodge 27 Lexington Park, Maryland Kelly Ann Miller 25 Lexington Park, Maryland Gary Steven Schubert 44 Great Mills, Maryland Judith Marie Fillius 51 Great Mills, Maryland Brian David Miskolczi 22 California, Maryland Cara Marie Trinidad 23 California, Maryland

Luke Robert Bloomquist 27 Harker Heights, Texas Mary Katheryn Boidock 25 Valley Lee, Maryland

May 23, 2008


Albert Louis Lutz, Jr. Leonardtown, Maryland Lynda Beth Greenberg Leonardtown, Maryland 40 46

May 8, 2008
Christopher Joseph Kershaw 19 Mechanicsville, Maryland Ashley Michelle Thompson 23 Mechanicsville, Maryland David John Constantine 59

May 20, 2008


James Nelson Carter 52 Valley Lee, Maryland Mildred Joan Adelman 51 Valley Lee, Maryland Jesse John Harper 31 Lexington

John Christopher Hardman 40 Callaway, Maryland Gretchen Eileen Heinze 39 Charlotte Hall, Maryland

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