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~ ~ ,% *,~ NATIVITY Rings Chapel presented live Nativity on December 23. Live Nativity on Buzzard Roost Rings Chapel Baptist pre- out encouragements to the parti- sented a live Nativity, December cipants. Several people stopped 23 and the .response was great! and took photos and some turned On Route 58 car horns were around to take a second look. honked and people even shoutedThe purpose of this event, according to the participants, QQQ Rec es by He bert COCONUT CRUMB CHERRY PIE cup all purpose flour 'A cup sugar cup butter, melted 1 cup flaked coconut 1 unbaked pie shell 1 can cherry pie filling Combine flour, sugar and butter. Add coconut and stir until mixture is crumbly. Set aside. Bake pie shell at 450 for 5 minutes. Pour pie filling in pie shell. Sprinkle coconut mixture over filling. Bake 375 for 25 minutes or until top is lightly brown. PEANUT BUTTER BARS 1 yellow cake mix 2 eggs 1 cup chunky peanut butter cup butter, melted 1 (6 oz.) package semi-sweet chocolate chips lcan sweetened condensed milk Combine cake mix, eggs, peanut butter and butter: Mix with electric mixer. Press half of cake mixture into bottom of baking pan. Bake 350 for 10 minutes. Remove from oven.- Sprinkle with chocolate chips and drizzle with condensed milk. Sp.rink!e with remaining cake mix m~xture. Bake 30 minutes. BROWNIE CARROT CAKE 1 brownie fudge cake mix 4 eggs 2 .cups grated carrots 1 cups mayonnaise 1 cup sugar 1 teas. cinnamon 1 teas. vanilla I cup chopped nuts Combine browhie mix, eggs, carrots, mayonnaise, sugar, cin- namon and vanilla. Mix well. Stir in pecans. Pour into a greased pan. Bake 350 50 to 55 minutes. Cool and dust with powdered sugar. CHEESY SAUSAGE MUFFINS lb. pork sausage, cooked and drained 1 (3 oz.) cream cheese, cut into small cubes cup shredded cheddar cheese cup chopped green onions 1 cup biscuit mix 2 large eggs, beaten 2/3 cup milk Combine sausage, cream cheese, shredded cheese, green onions and biscuit mix, ~Combine eggs and milk. Add tO sausage mixture, stirring just oyntil moistened. Spoon into greased muffin pan Bake 350 for 35 to 40 minutes. "To share the true meaning of Christmas." One member of the church gave this statement, "I hope it was a blessing to those who saw it, it sure was to us." IVirginia Association of Area Agencies on Aging announces free Medicare Toolkit The Virginia Association of Area Agencies on Aging SMP Program is distributing free booklets called Virgi'nians Protect Your Medicare - Your Medicare Matters. Each toolkit includes: Ask the Right Questions - My Medicare Plan Checklist Agent/Broker/Company Form Medicare Advantage Plans 15 Tips to Help You Find a Medicare Part C or D Plan Tips to Avoid and Detect Medicare Fraud VICAP Programs in Virginia/Virginia Health and Consumer Resources The toolkits were made possible, in part by a grant from the Administration on Aging, Department of Health and Human Services. Nationally, there are 59 SMP programs funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services through the Administration on Aging. : Families and older adults who are interested in receiving a toolkit can request a copy from the Virginia Association of Area Agencies on Aging at 1-800-938- 8885. CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, January 6, 2011 Page 5 Arbor Day [ Foundation guide TH to I Virginia trees I CORN ER With hundreds of different species of trees growing in Virginia and throughout the By JIMMy WEBB . 3 Eastern and Central regions of the United States, the average person might be hard-pressed to recognize and name more than just a handful. "What Tree Is That", a unique 72-page pocket guide available from The National Arbor Day Foundation, makes this detective work fun and easy by showing how to identify trees in a simple step-by-step process. The guide book begins by noting the distinguishing char- acteristics that separate one tree species from another. Dozens of richly detailed drawings ac- curately illustrate the specific shapes and textures of different leaves, needles, acorns, befits, seed pods, cones and other identifying features. Popular trees such as oaks, maples, firs and pines are covered. The pocket guide also goes beyond these familiar species to include the lesser- known horsechestnut and mock- ernut hickory, sassafras and shadbush, persimmon and paw- paw and pagodatree and pecan. "Helping people enjoy and appreciate trees is central to the educational mission of the Arbor Day Foundation," John Rose- now, the Foundation's president, said. "Being able to identify trees is important to knowing how to care for them and how to plant the right tree in the right place." To obtain your tree ID guide, send your name and address and $3 for each guide to "What Tree Is That?", The National Arbor Day Foundation, Nebraska City, NE 68410. Or go online to to order. Just a little over forty seven years ago, the President of the United States, John F. Kennedy was shot down in Dallas, Texas by a deranged assassin. I and most everyone else that were living at that time still remember where they were and what they were doing on that Friday after- noon, the last day of our President's life. Many things were named after President Kennedy, airport, schools and 1964 ninety percent silver half dollars. Kennedy half dollars minted from 1965-1969 were forty percent silver. 1970 half dollars were struck, for mint sets and proof sets. From 1971 to the present Kennedy halves were made of copper nickel clad. In the 1960's coin collecting was a little slow, when the Kennedy half dollars were minted it gave coin collect- ing a shot in the arm. Many of these collectors became dealers and, coin collection began to boom, not just Kennedy halves but all kinds of old coins. The 1964 proof set was a big hit for a while, the issue price from the mint was $2.10, a few months later they were selling for $25.00 each. But the big profit didn?t hold, soon the price came tumbling down, soon after they were selling for $6-$7.00. Since the silver bullion market has gotten going again 1964 Kennedy proof sets are selling for $17-$20.00. How far the gold and silver bullion will go, we will have to wait and see. It might be a good time to sell, or is it? Tri-County Tire Service (276-762-9501) (276-'762-9591) 16618 East Riverside Dr. St.P, aul, Va 24283 Mon.-Fri. 8 am-5pm Sat. 8arn-lprn t ricou n m I I I I II I I " ':50 i ( Earn your GEDo: A VDOT Tip for Driving in Snowy Weather Be aware of potentially icy areas such as shady spots, bridges and over- passes. Since they are open on their undersides, bridges and overpasses are deprived of ground warmth and freeze more rapidly than the road- ways leading to them. is now in Lebanon Chris Legg and Bill White invite.all their friends and customers to visit them and other sales staff at Nearly 13 million children in America are trapped behind it. Poverty creates limits thai no family deserves. You can make a difference and help them see belier futures. Together, we can start to torn things around. Will you help '? GO to www.povertyusa.or0 and get involved. ~'~'L Catholic. Campaign !,!, J for Human Development Freedom Ford of Lebanon. OF LEBANON Highway 19 Ph