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September 2013 Newsletter www.chesopeiancolonycivicleague.org
Inside This Issue
I can’t believe that fall is already here. The summer went by so fast. I hope that
everyone had a wonderful 2013 so far. We haven’t had a newsletter in a while, so I
want to take a few minutes to catch you up. Our Fourth of July Picnic and Parade was an overwhelming success. It has never been so well attended. The Walker's Notice entertainment and the parade were exceptional and this was the first year that we actually ran out of food. It was a great day of fellowship and community spirit. I Lawn Signs offer a very heartfelt thanks to the dedicated volunteers who work so hard to make this event a success. We couldn’t do it without you.
Light Rail Pub. Notice You also may have heard that the Chesopeian Colony SSD project was approved by the Virginia Beach City Council. The project will be planned by the City and we New Neighbors should be getting updates as to the actual construction plan and schedule as they become available. Please go to our website for more information about the project Fun Things to do and for future updates.
Halloween Notice Halloween is coming up. As we do each year, we are planning for our community Halloween party. Please consider volunteering to help with set up/clean up, and judging. Contact information for volunteering can be found in other sections of this Police News Release newsletter.
Garden Club While I am on the subject, please consider becoming more involved with your Civic League. Why not consider joining the Civic League Board. We have several folks that will be rotating off this year and we will need enthusiastic replacements.
Finally, I look forward to seeing you at the next Civic League meeting. Have a safe The next Civic League fall and winter season. The Civic League Board will be back in full swing after the meeting will be held on holidays.
Tuesday, Oct. 8th Warm regards to you all, at 7:00 PM at the Foundry United Methodist
Tacky Lawn Signs We love them, but neighbors hate them. Whether it’s promoting a political candidate, advertising a yard sale, or citing a contractor’s business, these wellintended lawn accessories lose their interest and favored status after about a week.
Some remain visible long after their cause has passed, suggesting that the homeowner has forgotten about them (but the neighbors have not.) Love them or not, we can all agree that they are not decorative. So… Use them, then remove them. Think Colony Pride.
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Welcome to the Neighborhood:
Darcey Kennedy, 2612 Tarkill Road. Darcey is employed by Sentara Healthcare, and she lives with her goldendoodle Wilbur.
The McLoughlin Family, 2608 South Kings Road. Michael, Julia, Joseph(9), and Kylie(7) recently moved here from Pennsylvania.
The Mangums Family, 441 Chesopeian Trail. Steve works for a government contractor, and Lauren is a dental hygienist. Addison is 6 and Ethan is 3 1/2.
Doug and Kim Rocco, 524 Chesopeian Trail. Kim is originally from Pittsburgh and Doug is from the U.K.
The Maguschak Family, 620 Chesopeian Trail. John is an electrical engineer and Kathy is a school teacher. They moved from Norfolk and have four children. Kerry(17), Kelly(15), Chris(13), and Tommy(8).
Lindsey and O.E. Burke, 2700 Chester Forest Court. O.E. is the General Manager of Freedom Volvo and Lindsey is the Office Manager at Freedom Properties. They have a dog named Hunter.
Anna Kestenbaum, 416 Wolfs Neck Trail. Her two daughters are Dalia(12) and Paloma(10).
The Case Family, 424 Wolfs Neck Trail. Alex, Helen, Bethany(18), Sam(16), and Molly(13) are originally from the U.K.
The Ladd Family, 513 Sandy Valley Court. Kevin works for Gannett Media Technologies International and Christine is employed at Norfolk General Hospital. Their children are Harrison(10), Emerson(8), and Lilija(1).
The Cruz Family, 2609 East Kings Road. Orlando and Katie are both employed by the U.S. Navy. They have seven children. Eoin(14), Kayla(13), Orlando Jr.(11), Riley(9), Evan(7), Elliyana(18mos.), and Mia(2mos.).
The Leavitt Family, 2604 Boush Quarter. Mark, Marian, Raleigh(16), and Markos(13) are returning to the neighborhood after being gone for 7 years. Mark works as a training captain for UPS and is also a pilot for the U.S. Navy.
Colette Panagos, 612 Chesopeian Trail. Colette is a U.S. Naval Officer.
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email@example.com Just some fun things to do early this fall… Virginia Beach Town Center and Pembroke Mall Fall Fashion Weekend Friday, October 4th – Saturday, October 5th 6:00 - 9:00 PM Town Center Fountain Plaza, Virginia Beach The Smithfield Virginia Bacon Festival Saturday, October 5th 11:00 AM – 4:30 PM Scope Everything and anything BACON! $20 in advance, $25 at the door Old Coast Guard Station Pig and Oyster Fest Saturday, October 5th 1:00 - 5:00 PM 24th Street Park at the Oceanfront Tickets on sale at the Museum: $45 Adult, $35 Museum Member/Under 30, $5 Child 6-12 36th Annual Suffolk Peanut Festival Thursday, October 10th – Sunday, October 13th Suffolk Executive Airport Harvest Faire, the Peninsula’s oldest Renaissance Festival Friday through Sunday, October 11 th – 13th Times are Friday 5-9 PM, Saturday 9 AM-9 PM, and Sunday 9 AM-3 PM Tickets are $20 for an adult weekend pass, $5 Friday, $15 Saturday and $10 Sunday, and $10 for a youth (6-12) weekend pass or $5 daily for youth.
This year proceeds benefit Peninsula SPCA.
Endview Plantation, 362 Yorktown Rd, Newport News Lynnhaven River NOW Fall Fest 2013 Saturday, October 12th Noon – 5:00 PM 31st Street Park at the Oceanfront In conjunction with the Virginia Beach Golden Age Anniversary Celebration (noon-10 p.m.) And while you’re there… Barefoot Beach Run and City of Virginia Beach 50th Birthday Party One mile “Fun Run” starts on the beach at 17th Street and ends at Neptune Park on 31st street. October 12 th, 4 PM Your Beach Run Ticket includes: (Children 7 and under are FREE) *Pre-Run Party *Commemorative BarefootBeach Run™ T-shirt *Swag Bag *Celebration After Party *2 Beer Tickets (no beer tickets for the under 21 price). Start a team with just 5 of your friends and family and get your registration free.
Shellfish Company Fall Fest Saturday, October 19th 1-4 PM 3323 Shore Drive, Shellfish Company Portion of Proceeds donated to LRNow Tickets are $30 in advance, $35 at the door. Tickets are limited, so get them early! Tickets are available at Bubba’s, Shellfish Company and The Back Deck Stockley Gardens Fall Arts Festival Saturday and Sunday, October 19th and 20th Ghent, Norfolk Craft Beer Festival Saturday and Sunday, October 19th – 20th 24th Street Park, Oceanfront $25 at the gate 26th Annual AT&T Town Point Virginia Wine Festival Saturday and Sunday, October 19th and 20th 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM Town Point Park, Norfolk Tickets required, $25 Bill and Susie Thesier’s Chili Cook-off for Charity Sunday, October 20th 3:00 - 6:00 PM 2608 Sandy Valley Road $20 includes chili, hot dogs, beer & wine!
Enter your chili or just come, vote and enjoy!
All proceeds benefit Friends of the Virginia Beach Juvenile Court, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to help our kids. Call 631-0343 for information.
Wine and Craft Beer Week October 21st through 27th Multiple restaurants in Virginia Beach Enjoy specially priced culinary creations paired with remarkable wines and craft beers Halloween Town and Treat Saturday October 26th 12:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Town Center, Virginia Beach
That's the speed limit in the Colony, and for good reason. We have no sidewalks, but have a multitude of bicyclists, walkers, animals being exercised, and children on boards and skates. Please do not be the first in many years to strike a neighbor with your car.
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Do you know what drugs are currently popular among teens and young adults? Is there a relationship between crimes of violence and marijuana? Do you know the deadly effects of bath salts and spice, and how to recognize these substances?
The Virginia Beach Police Department will host a seminar on gateway and synthetic drugs. Guest speakers will include a Special Agent from the DEA, Narcotics Detectives from Virginia Beach Police Department’s Special Investigations, and Emergency Room personnel who will share their first-hand accounts with individuals under the effects of various illegal drugs. The seminar will be held in the auditorium of the Meyera E. Oberndorf Central Library. Please arrive at 6:00 p.m. for appetizers and refreshments; the first speaker will begin at 6:45.
When: Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at 6:00 p.m.
Where: Meyera E. Oberndorf Central Library 4100 Virginia Beach Boulevard in Virginia Beach Contact: MPO Leta Krieger, Crime Prevention Officer, Virginia Beach Police 757-385-1324 This seminar is free and open to the public. If you plan to attend, please contact MPO Leta Krieger of the Virginia Beach Police Department’s Crime Prevention Unit at 385-1324 to register.
Sergeant Adam L. Bernstein Police Public Affairs Office firstname.lastname@example.org 757-385-4097
Fall has just arrived and for the Garden Club, this is not only the beginning of our club year, but time for new projects and a new dressing up for autumn/winter flowers at our beautiful entrance. The entrance has been spectacular this past season and I would like to thank all of our members who contributed to designing, planting and maintaining the bushes, beds and flowers. A special thanks to our Beautification Chairman, Carol Taylor and her assistant Annette Thompson. Thanks to the Civic League for their participation in the mulching and watering. Winter demands a change because to have continual blooms, we need to supplement our perennial gardens with seasonal annuals, so keep your eyes out for the new look coming up within the next month for our fall/winter season.
We ended our season on June 22nd with a pot luck supper “garden party” with spouses and some guests at the home of Betty and Bill Kennedy on Cattayle Run. The weather that night was absolutely perfect with the full moon shining at its largest for the whole year (the Equinox). A really special treat! Fun was had by all. Deb Ellis, a new member, added her artistic touch by helping with the hostess in arranging flowers throughout the house.
Our first fall meeting was a luncheon at the Princess Anne Country Club on the 2nd Thursday in September followed by a speaker who spoke to us on “Color in Your Autumn Landscape.” Our next meeting will be an evening meeting at the home of Jennifer Coleman on Thursday evening October 10th at 6:00 pm. Our meeting is preceded by a social hour with snacks and followed by the speaker. The topic will be “Decorating with Plants. Everyone brings a snack.
We are pleased to have seen new younger members join our ranks and hope that we will have more. The Garden Club is open to anyone who would like to join. The Club is made up of all ages. We have gone to a new schedule with monthly meetings altering between daytime and nighttime to accommodate the moms with younger children and those who work. We have an annual holiday social and summer garden party.
The dues are only $35 a year! A bargain!
If anyone is interested in joining you can call either Betty Kennedy at 757-340-8975 or Jeanie Hearst at 757-486-5337.
Submitted by Betty Kennedy