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.;: _ Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. t~aul, VA, Thursday, January 28, 2010 e New arrival , Carol, Chris and Harley :,: Maples would like to introduce : a new addition to their family, Caden Taylor Maples. Caden ,. was born on November 4 at Johnston Memorial Hospital. He was 20 ½ inches long and weighed 8 ibs. 13 ozs. Maternal grandparents are Garner and Anita Taylor, Castlewood. Maternal great- grandmother is Gracie H. HeRon, St. Paul. ; Paternal grandparents are t Wayne and Pat Maples, , Norton. f- Claririet Day postponed until The Second Annual Clarinet Day, originally slated for Janu- ary 30, will now take place on April 24 due to weather issues that complicated registration. Clarinetists 'of all ages and playing abilities are invited to participate in the SeCond Annual Clarinet Day at The University ~f Virginia's College at Wise. Clarinet Day will introduce siudents and othersto UVa-Wise and its expanding music pro- ~ram. The program begins with ~gistration in the Gill•am Center r the Arts at 9am. Instruction ~hd rehearsals:: follow regist- ration. Those attending will receive ipstruction from Eugene Jones, a renowned clarinetist who has i~rformed in many symphony i~chestras across the nation. ~Va-Wise adjaact music pro- ssor Suzanrm.Masters will also lkovide inst~6ia, Jonesi a founding member of ~e Paramount Players chamber ? .... Cadlewood ngh khooI News by Morgan Tate, Brittany Milgrim, I Last week at CHS, students and faculty returned to school after an extended Christmas break. Report cards were sent home on Monday, January 18. In sports, the JV and varsity girls' basketball teams competed at home against Honaker on Wednesday, January 20. Also on the 20th, the Academic team hosted a match at home against Rye Cove. The Blue Devil Wre- stling team challenged Powell Valley and Appalachia in their home territory on Thursday, January 21. The JV and varsity boys' and girls' basketball teams traveled to Twin Springs on Fri- day, January 22. On Saturday, January 23 the Blue Devil Wrestling team traveled to Leb- anon. JV and varsity girls' basketball was held at Lebanon on Monday, January 25. On Tuesday, January 26, the boys JV and varsity teams played at home against Honaker. The Blue Devil Wrestling team will travel to compete at Chilhowie on at UVa-Wise April 24 music ensemble in Bristol, will join Masters to conduct a master class in clarinet fundamentals, playing and demonstration. Participants will perform in the Festival Clarinet Choir Concert in the Gill•am Center for the Arts at 3 pm. The concert is free and open to the public. Each player is asked to bring an in- strument in good working con- dition. Reeds, clarinet supplies and clarinet novelties will be available for purchase. Participants must pay a $10 registration fee, the fee in- creases to $15 for those who register On the day of the event. UVa-Wise students, faculty and staff are admitted free with college ID. To register or for more infor- mation, contact Suzanna Masters at 276-328-8819 or or David Volk at 276-328-0271 or Back to the 50's weekend hbsting a Back to the 50's v~cekcnd in celebration of the Ressell County Public Library's 50~ anniversary. The fun starts withe party from 6 to 9 pm on ~qq'iday, January 29. Everyone is ~ncouraged to dress in their ;favorite bowling shirt, leather |~acket, poodle skirt or other 50s ~attire. Highlights include 1950's ' L : ASKETBAL cont'd. (~alliilg all Cool Cats, Greasers and Nerds: The Lebanon Library is music & trivia contests. The fun continues with the showing of movies from the 50s on Saturday from 10 until 2 and Sunday from 2 until 5. Movie selections will include The Bridge Over The River Kwai, Singing In The Rain, Rebel Without A Cause and Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Be sure to make the scene and don't be a drag. L t Their play really helped his ,^ Coebm'n--ZBurke 2,7, Moore ~. team :~..!, : ,,: :,3 - lZ, Mall 3, rate 11, Killer 11, --C'oaeh ":? Courtney, Porter 5. ~i "We are :~!~ ~ ~’ to ~nd a St Paul Edmonds 13, -' way tb put f0~ quarters Lawson 6, Ellis 14, T. Hileman together." 7, Phillips 13, Fritz, D. Hileman SCORING: 7. Crystal Woolford & Rebecca Smith Wednesday, January 27. In other news, the sophomore class received class ring information on Monday, January 26 at 1:30 p.m. The juniors and seniors attended an assembly on "Mak- ing It Count" on Tuesday, January 27. For your information, dual enrollment courses must be paid by January 29. Payments should be brought to Linda Castle in the Guidance Office. There will be a financial aid workshop for sen- iors during 1st period on Mon- day., February 1. Registration for spring dual enrohnent classes will take place on Tuesday, February 2. Class ring orders will be taken during lunches on Tuesday, February 2 and before school in the lobby on Wednes- day, February 3. Students plan- ning to take the SAT on Sat- urday, March 13, at Castlewood High School should complete their applications by Thursday, February 4. CHS REACH program offers opporttmity to travel back in time On Tuesday, January 20, Cas- tlewood's after-school REACH Program offered students and parents an opportunity to travel back in time. Those present be- gan a four-week book study Stand and Face the Morning, with the book's author, Helen Owens. Her beginning present- ation piqued the interest of all who attended. Mrs. Owens dress- ed in traditional Colonial cloth- ing, brought many interesting visuals, and provided delicious refreshments. To find out more about the families of Colonial Virginia and how they survived the hardships and heartaches of earlier days, participants will join Mrs. Owens every Tuesday evening for the next three weeks as they continue their journey. The book study begins at 3:30 every Tuesday evening. For more information, contact Castlewood High School at (276) 762-9449. Don't Put Your Baby's Health On Tl e Line. For Real Pain Therapy... • • Thera-Gesnc Pain Cream and SAVE. : ilPha acy & Your Health Antihistamines for Motion Sickness Motion sickness can occur when traveling on cruise ships, irp anes, trains,and automobiles. It is thought to occur when there , an imbalance between the cholingeric and adrenergic systems in central nervous system. The brain senses movement in to signala received from a person's ears, eyes, and If the signal~ do r~ot match motion sickness may result. examp!el if theleyes cannot sense movement because a n~ available during transportation while the inner ear motion, a mismatch in signals to the brain about motion occur. Symptoms of motion sickness include nausea, and cold sweats. Antihistamines available over-the-counter, such as meclizine and dimenhydrinate (Dramanine), are used for the prevention of motion sickness. They are usually I minu~s ~g. These medications may Scopolamine (Transderm Scop) a medi~ that ~so;~ay be prescribed for motion sickness. ~copoiamine wo~k~ by~ inhibiting the cholinergic system. The i~hedication is worn as a patch beind the ear to prevent motion ~ckness for upto 3 days. Common side effects include dry mouth, ~urred vision, and drowsiness. -~ We Now Carry $1 ~ a Great Selection of $1.00 itemsl ~1 See us for all your health and beauty needs ~ PUBLIC FAX # 276-762-0213 "rE, Ta~ Care of Yourself So You Can Take Care of Your Baby.. Nortl~ P, lyrt~e Beach. SC CHS announces honor roll Scotty Fletcher, principal of Castlewood High School, has announced the names of students whose work has earned them placement on the honor roll for the third six weeks of the school year. GRADE 12: All A's Nikki Beavers, Stephanie Boyd, Ethan Collins, Kristin Johnson, Samantha Lowe, Morgan Tate. A&B Shawni Addington, Zachary Bush, Courtney Clifton, Nicole Counts, Isaac Dingus, Ben Fields, Ivy Gibson, Robert Harrison, Seth Justice, Kayla Keen, Devon Lee, Marissa Long, Brittany Milgrim, Logan Mullins, David Owens, Caitlyn Parker, Dustin Perrigan, Nikki Phillips, Maegan Smith, Rebecca Smith, Katie Steele, Ashley Turner. GRADE 11: All A's Greg Kiser. A&B--Ashley Adding- ton, Kara Couch, Jennifer Fisher, Rufus Hammond, Sarah Hileman, Danielle Jessee, Jor- dan Lovelace, Aaron Mullins, Samantha Pratt, Morgan Pur- tee, Marla Rose. GRADE 10: All A's-- Olivia Amburgey, Madison Compton, Kassandra Morris, Tyler Trent. A&B--Taylor Banner, Lisa Best•c, Lisa Carpenter, Michelle Collins, Wesley Gibson, Haley Gilbert, Hannah Heat•n, Stephen Hileman, Ashley McCarty, Jared Monk, David Reed, Kelsey Riner, Allison Ring, Rebecca Statzer, Allison Trent, Kandee Wallace, Elizabeth Woods. GRADE 9: All A's--Denny Burke, Corey France, Megan Hall, MacKenzie Trent. A&B Dalton Ad~dington, Chelsea Bise, Tiffany Casteel, Amber Fleming, Audrianna Kilgore, Makayla Salyer, Olivia Sproles. GRADE 8: All A's-- Summer Cook, Haley Crab- tree, Dakota Hayes, Korey Purtee. A&B--Tyler Carter, Brittany Henry, Alexis Kennedy, Walker Long, Tori TIED FOR THIRD...The Bodacious Red Hat Ladies float in the Christmas parade tied for third place with New Castlewood Baptist Church. A picture was not available when other parade pictures were featured. Happenings at Natural Tunnel Mays, Morgan Mullins, Caitlin Phillips. Call For Free Brochure Mention Ad & Receive SlO0 Off On lOOs Of Oceanfront & Ocean ~ ~[~_'.:; i.'! View Condos & Beach Homes . '" "' L.- ~i ~:~; "1~'*.. r~'~tS iI )j ..... 866-878-2768 NorthMyrtleBeachTravel,com YOUR LOCAL NEWS STATION AT 11:30 AM 1:30 PM and 4:30 PM P.O. Box 939 Lebanon, VA 24266 Phone (276) 889 1380 Fax (276) 889 1388 "Shape Note Singing" Sun- day, February 7 from 2-4 pm at the Visitor Center within Natural Tunnel State Park. Learn to sing four-part harmony, unaccom- panied by musical instruments, using William Walker's 1873 revision of "The Christian Har- mony." There will be no charge & no experience is required. We will supply needed materials. "Candlelight Series" con- tinues 'Sunday, February 28 from 3-5 pm at the Cove Ridge Center within Natural Tunnel State Park. Enjoy Acoustic Swing Band, music from the 20's-40's. They are known for their lively and innovative approach to the swing genre, have been per- forming together for over four years. They have been recog- nized and applauded for their commitment for reviving pop- ular songs of the past in a professional and entertaining format. Season tickets are $20 or $8 at the door; $4 at the door for students. This program is spon- sored by: The Cultural Arts Council of the Cove Ridge Center Foundation. "Candlelight Series Tickets" are now on sale for $20.00 at Natural Tunnel State Park. Early ticket purchase allows entry to all four programs which are presented by The Cove Ridge Center Cultural Arts Council and Community Sponsors. View dis- plays by local artists beginning at 2 pro. Dates and performers are as follows: Sunday, February 28 Acoustic Swing Band (Music from the 20's, 30's, and 40's), Sunday, March 28 Johnson County Choral (Vocal Genres) and Can Joe John, Sunday, April 25 Scott County Honors Band, and the Kingsport Community Band (S. Fleming, Director). Call (276) 940-2696 for more information. Since Christmas has come and gone, now you are trying to find a place for all those wonderful gifts you received so space becomes a factor. You start cleaning out closets and find you have several bags of "good stuff" but not sure what to do with it. The Friends of Natural Tunnel State Park will be collecting reusable items for their 7= Annual Earth Day Rummage Roundup & Sale April 16-17, Donations may be delivered to Natural Tunnel's main office from 9 am - 4 pm. Pick-up available for Scott County residents by calling (276) 940-2674. No appliances or mattresses please! Donations will be accepted until April 13. The campground is closed. Purchase Ridge Trail is closed due to construction. Tunnel Trail closed due to storm damage. To make reservations for the campground or for shelters call 1-800-933-PARK. Natural Tunnel State Park is looking for volunteers that are interested in helping out at the park starting in March with Spring Clean-ups, Rummage Sale, maintenance and several other places within the park. For more information about volunteering at Natural Tunnel State Park call Megan France at (276) 940-1643. To apply for ling log on to: and click on the volunteer button on the right side of the page. CHS announces;= first semester honor roll Scotty Fletcher, principal of Castlewood High School, has announced the names of students whose work has earned them placement on the honor roll for the first semester of the school year. GRADE 12: All A's-- Shawni Addington, Nikki Bea- vers, Stephanie Boyd, Zachary Bush, Ethan Collins, Ben Fields, Ivy Gibson, Marissa Long, Brittany Milgrim, Logan Mullins, Maegan Smith. A&B- Courtney Clifton, Nicole Counts, Kristin Johnson, Kayla Keen, Samantha Lowe, David Owens, Caitlyn Parker, Na- tasha Shortridge, Rebecca Smith, Katie Steele, Morgan Tate, Ashley Tumer. GRADE 11: All A's-- Aaron Mullins. A&B--Ashley Addington, Kara Couch, Laura Couch, Jennifer Fisher, Rufus Hammond, Sarah Hileman, Danielle Jessee, Greg Kiser, Samantha Pratt, Morgan Pur- tee, Maria Rose. GRADE 10: All A's Olivia Amburgey, Madison Compton, Kelsey Riner, Al- lison Ring, Tyler Trent. A&B Taylor Banner, Lisa Carpenter, Michelle Collins, Wesley Gibson, Haley Gilbert, Hannah Heat•n, Stephen Hileman, Ashley Huffman, Ashley McCarty, Jared Monk, Kassandra Morris, Celia Par- sell, David Reed, Amber Rose, Amanda Smith, Rebecca Stat- zer, Allison ' OV-Times Deadlines: EditoriaFcopy (birthdays, anniversaries, press releases, calendar items, weddings, etc.) 4 p.m. Monday Advertising (classified and display) 12 noon Tuesday • O0 OO OOooo oo oo ooo !•t ~ • ;d o]i[olU • ~1/±1 ~ i*~gl a: :IH[~,I 1 : City : . ’inem . 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" SAT-SUN:7:0512:05. 9:35" 2:30pM ° 4:30 A&B--Dalton Addington, : • Chelsea Bise, Denny Burke, : LEGION. ] • Tiffany Casteel, Amber Flem- • DALLY: 4:35 • 7:1o • 9:25 PM• • SAT-SUN: 12:15 " 2:20 " 4:35 • ing, Brittany Hall, Megan Hall, " 7:10 - 9:25 Pa Gunner Moretz, Andrea~ Mul- ALL STADIUM SEATING AUDITORIUMS • lins, Makayla Salyer, Olivia : ALL DIGITALSURROUND SOUND • Sproles, Kelly Steele. • " A 's Sum • GRADE 8: All -- - mer Cook, Haley Crabtree, ; Dakota Hayes, Walker Long, •• , Korey Purtee. A&B--Brittany • Henry, Alexis Kennedy, Tori • WISE, VIRGINIA Mays, Morgan Mullins, Caitlin " Phillips, Candace Phillips, 3 2 8- 2 8 2 8 Simon Rasnick, Kelly Steffey. i M 0 N DAYS i PAWS meets everythird I Mains Eat Free! [ Thursday of the month, 6 I WEDNESDAYS I pm at the Oxbow Center. I Kills Eat Free!