June newsletter 2010.pub

JUNE 2010
Volume 3 issue 6
June is National Safety Month
Pg 1 Notices
Pg 2 Resident
Life
Pg 3 Director’s
Corner
Pg 4 Contacts
& Info
Pg 5 Birthdays
Pg 6 Notices &
Info
Pg 7 Photos
Pg 8 Calendar
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Resident
Recognition
HomePort Hampton Roads would like to recognize
Lonnie Barnes from Belzoni, Mississippi. Lonnie comes
from a family of eight children of which he is the second
to the oldest.
Lonnie has been in the U. S. Navy for one year and is
currently attached to VAW120. Lonnie has lived in PPV
housing Mid-Rise apartments since February 2010 and
says he loves having his own place. In his spare time
he enjoys hanging with friends, bowling, mentoring or
just “chillin”. His favorite team is the Pittsburg
Steelers.
Lonnie plans on becoming an Aircraft Engineer.
Thanks for your support.
HomePort Hampton Roads wishes you the best.
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MCPON Tours Norfolk
PPV Project
Once SN Blizzard a resident at Camp
Allen heard that MCPON West along
with Force Master Chief Williams were
touring HomePort Hampton Roads PPV
he snapped to attention for a chance to
meet and have a photo taken for
bragging rights.
SN Blizzard is stationed on FFG52 and
has been a resident with HHR since
December 2009.
Employee Recognition
HomePort Hampton Roads would like to say thanks to
Arceli Wesley (Celia) our porter from U 16. Celia is originally from the Philippines, she has been in the states for
25 years and resides in Chesapeake. Celia’s husband of
11 years is in the Navy. She also has two sons. Celia
enjoys gardening and taking care of everyone.
Celia welcomes all with her beautiful smile. She takes
great pride in her job and it shows.
We are all very lucky to have her touch our lives.
Thanks for all your support!
Great Job Celia!
HomePort Hampton Roads
Arceli Wesley (Celia)
1274 Cowan Street - Bldg. U 16
Norfolk, VA 23511
Making Waves
Resident Life
HOW TO BUDGET YOUR MONEY
Mexican Manicotti
Create a budget every time you get money. For most people, this is once
Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Microwave Time: 31 to 37 minutes
1 pound ground turkey
1 small yellow onion, diced
1 tablespoon chili powder
1 can refried beans
1/2 tablespoon cumin
1/2 tablespoon paprika
1 8-ounce package manicotti shells, uncooked
1 cup water - 1 3/4 cups salsa
1 cup sour cream - 1/4 cup black olives, sliced
1/2 cup shredded Monterey Jack cheese
1/4 chopped green onions
every two weeks. Sometimes it's weekly, sometimes it's monthly. Either way,
it's a regular interval, and it's the best time to decide how you're going to
spend your money. Make it a rule that you don't spend any of your paycheck
money until you've worked out your budget.
Make a list of all the things you'll need to pay for until the next paycheck,
such as: Rent/mortgage - Utilities - Vehicle payments - insurance - maintenance (e.g. oil changes, tire rotations) - Debt (credit card payments, student loans, doctor's bills) - Gas - Tuition, school supplies - Food/
groceries - Health insurance
Anticipate how much you'll need to pay for each and write that amount
Crumble and separate the ground beef, and place
in a microwave-safe bowl with the chili powder
and onion. Cook on high for 6 ½ to 9 minutes until
the meat is completely browned (Stirring at about
4 and 6 minutes to make sure the meat cooks
evenly). Drain the grease. Mix the refried beans,
cumin and paprika into the cooked ground beef.
Grease a microwave-safe baking dish. Fill the
uncooked pasta shells with the ground beef mixture, and place the shells into the baking dish. Mix
together 1 cup water with the salsa, and pour the
mixture over the manicotti. Loosely cover the dish
with microwave-safe plastic wrap, and microwave on high for 10 minutes. Remove from the
microwave, and very slowly pull back the plastic
wrap (BE CAREFUL! Avoid steam burns!). Turn
the shells over, replace the plastic wrap, and return
to the microwave for 15 minutes, until manicotti is
fully cooked, and most of the liquid from the
salsa/water has been absorbed.
Remove from microwave, again being cautious
when removing the plastic wrap. Cover with
cheese, and let sit for about 3 minutes until cheese
melts on top (if necessary return to microwave for
1 to 2 minutes). Top with sour cream, green
onions, and black olives – enjoy!
next to the corresponding item on the list. You can also opt to pay for a
fraction of something that isn't going to be due until after the next paycheck. For
example, if your rent is $800 due on June 1, you just got paid $700 on May 12,
and your next paycheck will be $700 on May 26, it may be wise to set aside
$400 from this paycheck for rent so that you only need to take $400 out of your
next paycheck to pay for rent.
Add up all of the amounts (we will call this your regular expenses) and
subtract it from your paycheck amount. Do you get a negative number?
Then you are living way beyond your means. If you have money leftover,
split that money up into a few groups: Flex money. This should be about
10-20% of your regular expenses. It's for if something you need to pay for
turns out to be slightly more expensive than you anticipated. This can happen with utilities, or if gas prices suddenly go up, or you get a flat tire.
Savings. Ideally, this should be about 30% of your paycheck, although even
10% (if you do it consistently) is pretty good. Build up enough savings for
an emergency fund (about 4-6 times your regular expenses), then start
saving money to invest.
Spending money. This is whatever is leftover after you subtract flex money and
savings money. It's what you'd spend on things like clothes, eating out,
movies, gifts, and anything fun, basically. If you start to cry when you realize how little fun money you have, then you need learn How to Reduce
Your Expenses.
Put everything but your spending money out of reach. Leave everything in the
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Regular Expenses:
Rent
$300
Utilities
$50
Food
$50
Credit card $50
Total - $450
money not debit or credit cards. Don’t carry all your spending money with
all at once. You will keep better track of your fun money using cash.
Example Budget
Paycheck: $ 741.56
Leftover after regular expenses - $291.56
Savings
$74
Flex Money $58
Total - $132
Leftover after savings and flex money is
Your Spending Money $159.56
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Director’s Corner
Shipmates,
Let us talk Fire Alarm Pull Stations……..
Fire alarm pull stations are strategically located in all HHR buildings. Their one specific purpose - to inform the Fire
Department of an emergency, a FIRE EMERGENCY.
Where the failure to respond could lead to the possibility of loss of property and or loss of LIFE. Therefore, I ask the
question….why would someone intentionally pull the fire alarm? What is there to gain? Nothing is the answer, absolutely nothing. Those individuals responsible for these pranks are violating a federal law and face prosecution if apprehended.
It may be tempting to pull a fire alarm, but are the consequences really worth it to play a joke? Here
are some things to consider before maliciously pulling a fire alarm:
- pulling a fire alarm falsely is a felony leading to people being arrested.
- pulling a fire alarm falsely can kill people! The fire department has to come to the building where you pulled the
alarm and cannot get to a real fire on time to save people.
- pulling a fire alarm falsely is an inconvenience for people in the building. They have to do a meaningless evacuation of the building.
- pulling a fire alarm falsely leads people to ignore the alarm.
As true Shipmates and United States Sailors, help us in stopping this practice. If you see this happening, report it by
any means available at your disposal. If you want to stay anonymous, use our contact tab on the HHR website
(www.homeporthr.com). In the required fields, fill in with “N/A” and use the comment section to explain the problem/situation then submit. There is no means available of finding the sender. You will stay anonymous I guarantee it.
Bottom Line Up Front: Do the Right Thing! Do not jeopardize the safety of yourself and others. Do not falsely pull
the Fire Alarm; they are there to protect you!
Did you know?
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Did you know: A jumbo jet uses 600 gallons of fuel to
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Did you
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Did you
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take off.
know: The average American drinks about 600
sodas a year.
know: The average person falls asleep in seven
minutes.
know: The first Ford cars had Dodge engines.
How to Submit an Online
Service Request
1. Go to https://www.accway.com. This website will take
you to the “Welcome to the American Campus Communities
Resident Portal.”
2. If you have not already created an account,
click “DON’T HAVE AN ACCOUNT YET” under Log In.
3. Enter the personal information requested. Be sure to
enter the email address stated on your application, your last
name, date of birth and the last four digits of your social security number.
4. Upon completion of creating your new account, check
your email! You should receive conformation of your new
password.
5. Log back on to https://www.accway.com and access the
portal using your new pass word.
6. Your general lease information will appear on your home
page. Go to the Service Request tab.
7. Enter the information regarding your service request and
click “SUBMIT SERVICE REQUEST” at the bottom of the
page.
Your service request has been submitted!
Enter as much detail as possible when submitting a service
request on line. If you have any questions refer to the
“Resident Portal FAQ” sheet or call Service Desk at
757-402-4245/4253.
New Resident Information
Rent – Needs to be paid on time. You may receive the rent
money in your check even though you signed up for an allotment. Do not spend this money for anything other than your
rent. Stay in contact with bookkeeping during your first few
weeks to verify how you will be getting the money. Delinquent
payments affect your credit rating and will hurt you in the future. 757-402-4233/4234/4230
Have an idea, tip or suggestion?
You can use the HomePort Hampton Roads (HHR) web
site www.homeporthr.com click on the link Contact Us
to provide HHR your ideas, comments and suggestions.
The system requires you to provide your contact information. If you want to be contacted please fill in all required form fields on the Guest Card. If you want to
remain anonymous put NA in all the required form fields
and type your input into the comment section.
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Making Waves
Making Waves
Move-out Policy
When moving out of PPV Housing you are required to give
HHR a 30 day written Notice of Intent to Vacate in person.
They will then schedule your pre-inspection and set the date for
your final inspection.
You will be responsible for any damages or cleaning needing to be
done. Upon check out you will turn in your access card, room key
and parking permit. HHR staff will coordinate the suspension of the
allotment.
This process should ensure your pay will not be affected after you
move out.
Leasing office is located in building U 16 Miller Hall,
1274 Cowan Street.
Tame your instincts
Returning a bitter remark might make you feel better, but following
impulses can work against you. Here are three times when you should
take a step back.
You want Revenge.
Righting a wrong
could give you a momentary feeling of power, but
you might regret speaking hastily. Sleep on it,
then reassess. If you still
want to confront someone, stick to the facts.
Give the person a chance
to explain: you might
find they intended no
malice.
You want to vent.
Hashing out a
problem with friends
can help you find a
solution. But paying
too much attention to
a particular dilemma
can make it a bigger
issue than it is, and
you might feel worse.
Instead, ask a friend to
let you vent for one
minute.
HOMEPORT HAMPTON ROADS
Community Assistants
Bryce Edgeman - Newport News
Kurt Jefferson - Newport News
Andy Shelton - Cole Village
Ian Tallman - Cole Village
Robert Cedillo - Bldg. U-20
Butch Dwyer - Bldg. U-20
Hector Medina - U-20
Michael Singleton - Bldg. SP-29
Calvin Crawford - SP-29
Heather Moore - SP-29
Matthew Huff - NH-141
Chad Varney - NH 141
Joe Mack - Bldg. J-53
Patrick Reynolds - Bldg. J 53
Jackie Ramey - Bldg. U-16
Patricia Dennis - Bldg. U-16
Lyle Treese - Bldg. U 16
Michael Malig - Camp Allen
Brian Roberts - Mid Rise
Raymond Marquis - Mid Rise
Ron Campbell - Mid Rise
You want to lie.
(a little).
A fib might spare a pal’s
feelings, but if it means
someone could get hurt,
tell the truth. If your
friend confides that she
doesn’t always buckle
her toddler into their car
seats, tell her putting
her kids in the seat isn’t
enough. Their safety
comes first.
NOTICE
PER YOUR LEASE
NO GUNS OR WEAPONS
OF ANY KIND ARE
ALLOWED ON
HHR PROPERTIES.
VIOLATIONS ARE
SUBJECT FOR
EVICTION
Overnight Guests at
HomePort Hampton
Roads properties must
be at least
16 years old
Here to Help!
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HomePort Hampton Roads
1274 Cowan Street
Norfolk, VA 23511
WWW.HOMEPORTHR.COM
Tom Weber
Director of Housing Operations
Larry Herndon - AGM
757-402-4255
lherndon@studenthousing,com
Taco Villarial - AGM
757-402-4217
avillarial@studenthousing.com
BOOKKEEPING
Sandra Barnes 402-4233
Gloria Woodmore 402-4234
Vickie Osborne 402-4230
Hours 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Monday - Friday
Mary McQuesten - Activity Director
757-402-4231
mmcquesten@studenthousing.com
MAINTENANCE
Ben Banks - Facility Manager
Jim Vick - Facility Manager
Norfolk - 757-402-4238
Newport News - 757-327-0357
Hours - 0700-1530 M-F
SERVICE DESK
Yolanda Strand - Service Desk Manager
J 53 757-402-4245 / 4246
NH-141 757-402-4252 / 4253
Newport News 757-534-7710
Camp Allen 757-270-0011
LEASING
Holley Ayres - Leasing Manager
Bldg. U 16 Miller Hall
1274 Cowan Street
757-402-4247 / 4248 / 4256
M-F 0730-1600
Sat 0800 –1200
SECURITY
U-16, U-20, SP-29
757-592-2248
Monday - Thursday 4 pm - 7:30 am
Friday 4:00 pm to Monday 7:30 am
Naval Base Emergency 444-3333
Check out calendar of events back cover.
Resident Advisory Board Meeting is the
2nd Thursday of the month at
Bldg. U-16 1530
What would you like done?
Ideas & Suggestions welcome.
Making Waves
ALLEN BIKS
1-Jun
TIMOTHY DAWSON
15-Jun
ANGELA GIBSON
1-Jun
CODY JACOBSON
16-Jun
CHRISTOPHER MCNERNEY
1-Jun
EARNEST HIGHTOWER
16-Jun
MIRACLE MCGOWAN
1-Jun
JOEL MOORE
16-Jun
PAUL LAMBACHER
1-Jun
KEVON STEWART
16-Jun
SHAUN ACKLEY
1-Jun
LUIS MAELA
16-Jun
AMY HOOKS
2-Jun
NHAN TRAN
16-Jun
BRITTANY GILCHRIST
2-Jun
RYAN BROWAR
16-Jun
JADE DALEY
2-Jun
ANDREW SCOTT
17-Jun
JORDAN STREATER
2-Jun
GABRIEL GUTIERREZ
17-Jun
SORSHA WILLIS
2-Jun
AARON KELLER
3-Jun
DELRICO ROWE
3-Jun
ELISHA CARLWELL
3-Jun
JORDAN DELANEY
3-Jun
KADEEM ANDERSON
3-Jun
MEGGAN MCIVER
3-Jun
SANDY TOVES
3-Jun
JOSHUA YOUNG
4-Jun
PAUL DOUGLAS
4-Jun
TIMOTHY HOSTETTER
4-Jun
DALE EDWARDS
5-Jun
JACK SACH
5-Jun
JERRY WHITLEY
5-Jun
LANCE CARTER
5-Jun
BILLY ROBINSON
6-Jun
CARL ROBINZINE
6-Jun
COURTNEY SALMON
6-Jun
DALLS THOMPSON
6-Jun
JOSEPH OCONNELL
6-Jun
MITCHEL LEMPENICH
6-Jun
OMALEE BARTLETT
6-Jun
PORTIA RICHARDS
6-Jun
TERRY BLACKWELL
6-Jun
DONALD GIERACH
7-Jun
GLEN SCOTT
7-Jun
JEREMY HENDRIX
7-Jun
MARY BAILEY
7-Jun
ANTONIO JACKSON
8-Jun
CHRISTOPHER ANDERSON
8-Jun
ETHAN KEMPF
8-Jun
LOGAN CHAPLE
8-Jun
NICHOLAS SPROUSE
8-Jun
THEODORE OLSON
8-Jun
WHITNEY WATKINS
8-Jun
ANTONIO RICARDEZ
9-Jun
BRIAN COBURN
9-Jun
CHARLES BUENAVENTURA
9-Jun
KEIKLAN BENNETT
9-Jun
STEPHANIE MCPEEK
9-Jun
ARNOLD HODGES
10-Jun
BRIAN MITCHELL
10-Jun
CORY REYNOLDS
10-Jun
DAVID WORTH
10-Jun
DON AUSEC
10-Jun
JESUS ANGULOLIMON
10-Jun
SAMUEL STAPLES
10-Jun
CRENSHAW MITCHELL
11-Jun
DEREK ROUSE
11-Jun
ERIK KISTLER
11-Jun
IAN PETERSEN
11-Jun
JACKIE WILSON
11-Jun
JENA SKROSHY
11-Jun
JOHN TAYLOR
11-Jun
KATRINA BUI
11-Jun
ROBERT DRUMMOND
11-Jun
ADAM ROSSON
12-Jun
DANIEL ENGLISH
12-Jun
ERIC TORRES
12-Jun
GRETCHEN STRELOW
12-Jun
HEEBEUM PARK
12-Jun
JOHN HURST
12-Jun
KENNETH PONNIE
12-Jun
PHILLIP POOLE
12-Jun
RUBEN CHAVEZ
12-Jun
SARAH BREST
12-Jun
VINCENT LUKE
12-Jun
CHRISTOPHER PEARRE
13-Jun
DESIRAE FOREMAN
13-Jun
JONATHAN MALLORY
13-Jun
LARRY FAVORES
13-Jun
LONNIE BARNES
13-Jun
MATTHEW PARENTEAU
13-Jun
ANDREW SHIFFLETT
14-Jun
ASHLEY CAMPOS
14-Jun
ATOM YOUNG
14-Jun
CRAIG LINZMEIER
14-Jun
JEFFREY AMODEO
LUIS SANCHEZ
17-Jun
SARA SALDANA
18-Jun
TUCKER ROLISON
18-Jun
TYLER STEPHANY
18-Jun
CHRISTOPHER WALTERS
19-Jun
JARMAL JACKSON
19-Jun
LETASHAS ORINCE
19-Jun
MICHAEL OLCOTT
19-Jun
PATRICIA DENNIS
19-Jun
TYLER SPEED
19-Jun
ALAN KIERNAN
20-Jun
AMY MEEKHAM
20-Jun
ANTHONY COX
20-Jun
BETHANY BEIST
20-Jun
BRIAN SHEPPARD
20-Jun
HECTOR LOPEZ
20-Jun
NATHAN HARLSON
20-Jun
RATSAMY SOPHABMIXAY
20-Jun
TREELLE TALBERT
20-Jun
TRISTAN PRICE
20-Jun
ANTHONY DOBSON
21-Jun
CALEB BROWN
21-Jun
JEKENDRA BEISTLE
21-Jun
JENNIFER BLANDON
21-Jun
JESSICA HARRIS
21-Jun
JUSTIN NIX
21-Jun
TONEY CHARLES
21-Jun
TRACY THATCHER
21-Jun
WILLIAM MORGAN
21-Jun
ANDREA MACHUCA
22-Jun
ASHELY DARLINGTON
22-Jun
CHARLES BARBAROTTA
22-Jun
CONSTANCE WOODSON
22-Jun
EDWIN CASTILLOTTE
22-Jun
JOSHUA GIBSON
22-Jun
JOSHUA GONZALEZ
22-Jun
KENNETH KREUTZER
22-Jun
CHARLES JENNINGS
23-Jun
KATRINA LEBLANC
23-Jun
THOMAS MURPHY
23-Jun
BENJAMIN BARNES
24-Jun
CESAR GODINA
24-Jun
DASHAWN DENNIS
24-Jun
JAMES LAWSON
24-Jun
JEREME FULLER
24-Jun
SAVANNAH GREEN
24-Jun
CHRISTINA LOPEZ
25-Jun
EVELYN BAUTISTA
25-Jun
SALVADOR ESCOBAR
25-Jun
ARTHUR HOPWOOD
26-Jun
BROOKE PARLEE
26-Jun
JAMEY AMPARO
26-Jun
SARA BLACKBURN
26-Jun
ANDREW FRAZIER
27-Jun
ARIEL WHITFIELD
27-Jun
ERIK YBARRA
27-Jun
NICHOLAS CIAMPOLI
27-Jun
TRACY SIERRA
27-Jun
ALBERT BENNETT
28-Jun
ALEXIS TOBAR
28-Jun
BRIAN LANGE
28-Jun
CAROLINE PETTY
28-Jun
CHARITY HUGHES
28-Jun
CORISSA BANKS
28-Jun
DAVID WOLERY
28-Jun
JEROME GAVINO
28-Jun
JOHN CLARK
28-Jun
MARIA GARCIA
28-Jun
NICOLE WOODS
28-Jun
SILIANG WANG
28-Jun
TIFFANY HENDERSON
28-Jun
ALESHA STOCK
29-Jun
BREAUNNA JARRETT
29-Jun
DAVID BIBEL
29-Jun
ELISE CHRISTIANSEN
29-Jun
JONNAMAE ACOSTA
29-Jun
KEELHAN KESIC
29-Jun
14-Jun
KEVIN GRAHAM
29-Jun
MICHAEL CAESAR
14-Jun
CHELSIR WOLFGRAM
30-Jun
ANTHONY FRAZIER
15-Jun
DANIEL SHOCK
30-Jun
BRIAN CASTILLO
15-Jun
HANG LI
30-Jun
DOUGLAS CLARK
15-Jun
JAYSON MENDOZA
30-Jun
KRYSTLE VANDERPLUYM
15-Jun
SAMUEL ACEVEDO
30-Jun
ROBERT FLINCHUM
15-Jun
STINSON SCOTT
30-Jun
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June
birthdays
Making Waves
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FREE CONCERT
GLORIANA CONCERT
Thursday June 3rd
Naval Station Norfolk
Gates open at 5 p.m.
Attention Residents
Camp Allen Manor
Homes and Mid Rise
Monthly Health and Safety
Inspections will be conducted
in June in the following
Buildings in Camp Allen
Complex.
Manor Homes
Local Events in June
8180,
8036,
8004,
8144,
Fountain Fun - June 1-30
TGIF - June 4, 18 & 25
1st Annual Harborfeast:
Seafood Sampler - June 10
34th Annual Norfolk Harborfest
June 11 - June 13
5th Annual Bayou Ball - June 24
21st Annual AT&T Bayou Boogaloo
and Cajun Food Festival
June 25-June 27
Best of Open Mic - June 27
For more info 757-441-2345 or
www.festevents.org
8060, 8052,
8028, 8020,
8104, 8116,
8152, 8128,
8160, 8168
8044,
8012,
8132,
8112,
Mid Rise
2nd, 4th and 6th floors
Jim Vick - Facility Manager
A question getting asked a lot is why it takes so long to get paid after someone makes rank. The answer is, the Navy
frocks its enlisted Sailors, meaning they are allowed to wear the next paygrade before they are actually advanced. It is
about money, but the actual pay date is that last increment to get paid. Officers do not frock and get advanced when
their pay date is determined. The frocking letter a Sailor gets really defines the process of being given the opportunity
to receive various privileges without pay until the pay date. The Navy is not required to pay anyone early and could
wait to advance and pay all at the same time.
New Policy for the Execution of General Military Training (GMT) for FY10 and FY11
It is leadership’s responsibility to ensure these critical core topics are taught and understood by
every Sailor for a healthy work environment… Ship, Shipmate, Self.
Online Career Tools
This PDF is essentially a user manual for the top online career tools.
Sailors should become familiar with these tools.
Here’s a Career Toolbox link providing a summary of all online tools:
http://www.npc.navy.mil/CareerInfo/StayNavyTools/CareerTools/
HOOYAH Shipmates
MCPON
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Making Waves
Pool
Tournament
Newport
News
Cookout
J 53
Free Bowling
2nd Tuesday Every month
Pierside Lanes
All events are free
to HomePort
Hampton Roads
Residents
Community Assistants
homeport Hampton roads is now on facebook
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