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Priceless Vol 10 Number 3

Personal and Professional Empowerment

HU Gala Raises Funds for Less Fortunate

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Virginia and Maryland Awarded Nearly $5 Million for Ethanol Pumps

Commemorative Program in Suffolk Honors Visionary

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VDOT Holds Transportation Career Expo

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Media Savvy Couple Bring Native American Awareness to Hampton Roads


The Native American Heritage Month scheduled to take place on

Saturday, Nov. 14 from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. at Pembroke Mall in Virginia Beach has been presented by Schilling Media for six years. Vincent Schilling and his wife Delores are the owners of Schilling Media, Inc.

“As a Native American, I am an enrolled member of the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe, based in New York," says Vincent Schilling.

Terry McAuliffe has announced that Virginia, in partnership with Maryland, was selected for a U.S. Department Agriculture

nearly $5 million to install ethanol refueling infrastructure in Virginia. The states will work with private

stakeholders to add at least 41 additional

stations and nearly 200 more pumps. The Virginia-Maryland collaboration was the only multi-state

for award. The $5 million in federal funds is being matched by $3 million from private sector partners.

announcement, bring

renewable Speaking about

access to competitively priced, clean,

deployment of diverse fueling

and home-grown fuel.


McAuliffe said, “This project will

Governor regional

Increasing today’s proposal selected ethanol refueling sector grant totaling of RICHMOND – Governor infrastructure

Virginians access to a broader range of fuel options, helping power our efforts to build a new Virginia economy. I am excited about partnering with our neighbors from Maryland to develop


enhancement to the energy infrastructure in Virginia, which will help to grow and diversify a vital industry sector and provide alternative energy sources for Virginians,” said Secretary of Commerce and Trade Maurice Jones.

grant is great for Virginia’s economy and quality of life, and we look forward to working with our partners in Maryland.”


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Realizing for years that there is not a very broad knowledge about Native history, the Schilling duo have worked to bring awareness to the world and to their home turf in the Hampton Roads area.

"I wanted to facilitate that awareness, this important

not just in the Hampton Roads, but across the country. We host a very popular online radio show, Native Trailblazers, every Friday, with over

600,000 listeners,” Vincent Schilling

stated. Past guests on the show have ranged from Native American elders to television and movie stars, including Wayne Newton. Details about the radio program can be found at www.

Vincent Schilling, owner of Schilling Media

“I am looking to become the first Native American journalist to interview President Obama,” Schilling said when speaking about


At the ATM: 10 Ways to Minimize Fees and Maximize Security

Many depositors

who need cash often turn to automated teller


(ATMs) because of the convenience. But that


can come with costs. Here are 10 things to keep in mind at the ATM so that the cash coming out of your account

goes into

your pocket. Know which

ATMs you can use for free. For many people, the availability and cost of ATMs are big reasons why they choose one bank over another. Generally, you can use your own financial institution's ATMs without incurring fees. Your institution may also be part of a larger, no-fee ATM network. Talk to a bank representative to learn more or visit your institution's website to search for its ATMs.

If you cannot use a fee-free ATM in your bank's network, know that fees can

vary. By law, the fee that the operator of an ATM may charge for a withdrawal or other transaction must be disclosed on the screen of the machine or on a printout so that you can cancel the transaction before paying any fees. These charges can vary widely, so consider finding another ATM if the fee is larger than you expect. In addition to incurring fees from the ATM operator, you may be charged a fee by your bank for using a machine that's not within its ATM network.


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