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Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, January 13, 2011 Megan Sumpter and Nathan Johnson Miss Sumpter and Mr. Johnson exchanged vows on August 28 ,: Megan Sumpter and NathanLarry and Margie Sumpter of Johnson were married August 28 Whitesburg, KY. She is a a small ceremony in Gatlin-graduate of The University of burg, TN. Pastor Myers Vicars Kentucky. officiated. The beautiful setting at the Historic Cades Cove Primitive Baptist Church was a wonderful backdrop to a fabulous day. A reception with family and friends was held at the Peddler Steak House, The groom is the son of Jay and Penny Johnson of Castle- wood He is a graduate of Southwest College and is em- played with Little Acorn Oil Co. Following a honeymoon in Gatlinburg, the couple resides in by Taylor Banner School started back for the students and teachers of Cas- tlewood High School on January 3rd. After a week of snow days and a long Christmas break, things have started off a little slow for the students. Due to weather, mid-term exams were not mandatory this year. Since school was out for so many days, there was no chance for review. Students have the option of taking the exam to +mprove their grade. The wrestling team competed in a tournament at Galax during break. Wesley Gibson and Ryan bag of the best popcorn in the area. All nonperishable food items collected will be donated to area food banks. For more details see chairpersons David Lorenzo and Haley Crabtree. Hats off for the Holidays will also continue through January 28. FBLA, Spanish and French club members are currently selling secret messages which can be delivered to friends and teachers at Castlewood High School. The cost of the messages is fifty cents. The message will be delivered in February and written and spoken to the McCall placed first, recipient in either Spanish or Basketball season is finallyFrench. The fun then begins underway for all teams at CHS. when the recipient must translate The varsity girls' basketball the message. All money earned team traveled to an invitational from the event will be donated small school tournament in by the Future Business Leaders Cherrysville, North Carolinaof America team to benefit the after Christmas. The team placed Spanish and French clubs at the third overall, winning two out of three games played. All Ring, Haley Gilbert and Danielle Jessee made the all-tournament team. The JV and varsity boys and school. Join in on the fun and send messages to your friends and teachers today! Middle School FBLA stu- dents will visit business leaders in the community this week tp girls basketball teams play at learn more about the Americajp The bride is the daughter of Castlewood. Coburn High School on Friday. Enterprise Systems. During ther The middle school FBLA visits, the group hopes to iear members are continuing their more about the process Lays Hardware Center for the JannikeBlevinsandJessieJohnsonlV popular bake sale to raise money owning their own business. ., Arts January schedule Miss Blevins and Mr. Johnson for flags for Route 58. This TheFBLAPartnershlpwit community service project is a Business Team begins its series big success at the school. All of new articles in the Clinch Coming up at Lays Hardware Friday, January 21, Hardware exchange vows October 16 other FBLA members are still Valley Times focusing on recy- working on their projects for cling and the newly renovated Center for the Arts located at Jammers featuring the Center Jannike Blevins and Jessie Mountain Empire Community completion, recycling center at the Waste 409 Front Street in downtown Stage Cloggers; Johnson IV were married Octo- College and is employed with The FBLA Canned Food Management facility located on, Coeburn:Every Thursday night, Jam Grass.Friday' January 28, Uncut ber 16 in a beautiful ceremony at Advance Auto of St. Paul. The Sessions, 6:30-10:30(doors Lays Hardware Center forthe St. Paul Assembly of God in groom is the son of Jay andDrive will continue! Despite Mew Road in Castlewood. The snow and school closings the team goals include promoting St. Paul. The Reverend Johnny Penny Johnson of Castlewood annual Canned Food Drive will the benefits of recycling open at 6:00). No charge for the Arts is a nonprofit organ- Thompson officiated. A re-and is employed with Little continue through January 28. aluminum, paper, plastic, and. admission. Open to musicians ization dedicated to the preserve- ception followed at the church Acorn Oil Company. andEverySpectatorS.Friday night, Live offeratin OfgreatAppalachianentertainmentCUlture.inWea with family and friends. The happily married couple Non-perishableitems are being collectedCanned in fOOdeach recyclingCardbard" initiative,AS part aluminur0:f theii- bluegrass, 7:00-10:00 pm (doors smoke-free, alcohol-free family The bride is the daughter of honeymooned in the Floridaclassroom. New for this school can tabs are now being collected, open at 6:00). $5/adults, $1/chil- atmosphere. Coeburn.Jeff andSheJaniCeis a studentBlevinS'at Castlewood.Keys and will residein year, canned food items are also by the Business Educatio'ff, 6-12, under 6 admitted flee. Contact: Loretta Mays at bein.g collected at all home boys' Department with the first Friday, January. 7. Hardware 276.395.5t60 or 276.395.3323; varsity basketball games through donation to assist with cane4 Jainmers; info(&,lav ; UVa-Wise to mark Martin the end of January. Individuals patients' care at the Vanderbit I Friday, January 14, Bluegrass, donating five canned food items Stem Cell Clinic in Nashville Circle: Luther King Jr. Day with will receiveacouponforafree Tennessee. MemorialBabies at JMHospital Prospective students to preview i Recent births at Johnston a son, DominickCase candlelight march on Jan. 17 " ' on December15, to Bishop James E. Swanson, Columbus, GA, the first cross- College at UVa-Wlse 360 Hospital in Abingdon ' Puckett, to area parents include: Samuel and Chasity Puckett, presiding prelate of the United racial appointmimt in that con- :twin sons, Brayden Allen Bristol; - Methodist Holston Conference, ference. Under his able leader- February 19 Wise and Cayden Shane Wise, on a son, James Dalton Sherlock, will be the featured speaker ship this congregation grew from December 10, to Jonathan and on December 18, to Kyle andduring the College's 15th annual an average attendance of 12 to Prospective students and276-328-0102 or toll-free at 888- their families are invited to 282-9324, or e-mail Elisabeth Wise, Abingdon; Catherine Sherlock, Abingdon; Martin Luther King Jr. Day an average attendance exceeding preview The University of mms2s(~, a son, Knox Christain a son, Caden Lynn Rector, on celebration on Monday, January 550. Mitchell, on December 12, fo December " 21, to Justin and 17. ' He has served on the Annual, Virginia's - College, at Wise mailto:xnms2s@uvawise.edv. Sean and Tara Mitchell,Whittney Rector, Chilhowie; The community is invited to JuriSdictional, and General con- campus from all angles during 'The only I~ranch campus of Lebanon; twins, son, Co]ton Dale participate in the event, which ference levels. He was elected UVa-Wise 360 on Saturday,.the University of Virginia, UVa-.q a daughter, Cierra Rain Surber and daughter, Kylie begins with a free dinner at 5:30 bishop during the 2004 South- February 19. Wise is ranked among the UVa-Wise 360 provides stu- nation's top ten public liberal., Bellamy, on December 14, toBriann Surber, on December 21, p.m. at the First Church of God eastem Jurisdictional Confer- dents with an inclusive look at arts colleges by U.S. News and ", James and Eleasha Bellamy, to Rodney and Kayla Surber,in Wise. A candlelight march ence while serving as the district campus life. The event includes World Report. UVa-Wise offers Abingdon; Grove. q throughfrm thedowntownFirst ChurchwiseOfbeginsGOd DistrictSUperintendentin Southf theGeorgia.SavannahThe an academic and activities fair, Virginia s only undergraduate ,,. IJt POY -I campus and residence hall tours, degree in software engineering, at 6:30 p.m. and ends at the Wise bishop lives in Knoxville and question-and-answer among 28 other degrees and DEFECIIVE HIP IMPLANIS I Baptist 'Church, where the serves as the resident bishop of presentations by the admissions professional programs in the: formal program will begin at 7 910 congregations in Northeast counselors and a complimentary liberal arts tradition of Thomas D companywhe gave you a pete _ I1 p.m. Transportation will beGeorgia, East Tennessee, South- lunch. Participants will have an Jefferson. +, you ou your iqd d ds! [1 provided for those unable to west Virginia and West Virginia. opportunity to talk with faculty, . ,,: 0ePuy0dhopae ,-a stm men l[ walk. Prior to Sullivan's present- staff and ,current Students to [ ..... I ," &JolmMm. hasi daw0rldw+derecall0f - - II Swanson received a Masters ation, Justin Preston will recite learn more about the wide [ [ / ueaallne tor ReldacmteM rmninglhatthesohtpit'sASRmAc abuk Ps mltTldHIP P'jr"4IIIh' '- IIii of Divinity degree from C.H. King's revered "I Have a variety of academic, athletic and [ classifieds is ] im~ingrate. The l[' l~Irff~ II Mason Seminary of the Inter- Dream" speech" and Mt. Sinai social opportunities at UVa- [ Tuesday nnnnl I "m~'composit~01Umeimplms l'~ - iris]In II denominational TheologicalSpirituals will perform. Ritchie Wise. I ~ ..... I can~nto~pat~nt, p0te~ally l~li~l II Center in 1980. He was ordained Kennedy and Mark Wooten of causingsenousandpainlulreacttms--s0me- II The program takes place in ...... tim~'0us with deating with the I1 an elder in the South Georgia Wise will also perform. Mary the Fred B. Greear Gymnasiumo................. R~ts representa~'ve whh0ut II Conference, where he has served Eubanks, the founder of the eve- from 8"30 a m until 1 p m o" ---,-,~---,-,~ -4 be l rlegalrelyesontati0n. II the Statesboro Circuit a four- nt, will also address the crowd.' .... . I- : re .4$RTM preduct, II point charge, the Palen-Mt. Zion 'or more information, con- Rusty Necessary, vice chancellor o ,=.= ,i= lliNaHt 11111'=, call us immediately, asthemam II Charge a two-point charge, and tact the Office of Collegefor enrollment management, will = Iplll lll I ll]l : tak~mg aclaim. You might II in~~ adyhavepr~mswitllllleimplantal~lt II the St. Mary's Road Church in Relations at276-376-1027. "- , ,- welcome the families. ~ ~tadi.m Yh.,,atuoe for a~ do. which you are unaware, so ple~c011tact = II Pre-registration for UVa- ; u.=u,u., ..uu.== : t CVTimes Deadlines: [ Wise 360 is requested. 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