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Area obituaries / -'-' Judy Witt Church and re lateO activities calendar CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, January 31, 2013 Page 3 I Judy Witt, 65, Cleveland, Brenda Wells, Texas; two ANCIIOR OF itOPE TABERNACLE PHIl.LIPS CltAI'EI (HlR(ll-Wcst died Thursday, January 24 from brothers, Doyal Phillips, Dante West Dante, Worship Sundays at 7 pro. Dante. Saturda3 xxorshq. 7 pm undax the result of an automobile and Johnny Ray, Dante; three and Singing first Saturdays every month School 1(7 am : Stmda 5 worship. 11 a,m: - accident, grandchildren, Isaac Fleming, at 7 p.m. Cleophas Mullins is pastor All Wed Youth Service  p m Bible study, 7 " tlt " Born in Dickenson County, Dillion Fleming and Megan arewelcome pm. Rev. RandyNoonchester. pastor ...... she was the daughter of the late Trent' several nieeen aria ,,,, APOSTOLIC LIGHTHOUSE-Worship PLEASANT HILL B&PTIST-Reeds YOU WOUO ne surpriseo at '----: ........... - ........... '" Thursdavs 7 p.m. Sundays. 6:30 pro. Valley Road. Castlexood'SundavShOol ,what a young age a.person starts h'[i Ra;.Yusehe anes p/;lSd neWervices were conducted at pHWtYor 61ryM?' 276-467q700 6::uip deelon, .... and the m aeatll by one son, James Earl 2:00 v m Sundav,-mlDt/.in ,,,- ............  .' .1'?'ff6F-n-uber of decisions that , Bell • ' -" '  " m .. , ,!? vT ,mll111ff'al,'Our .i,r eall: "2715 .... -- , amy, one slster,.,Jea_nette  Castlewood .-F' ,_1' S,10l.m  794-7754. " made m a hfetlme. There ,s not a uoruan; ann one or0thr, l6f ' Chapel, t:astlewo6d 'with Pastor &iy. 7:.30 p.m. Youth Group: from Dun- REEDS VALLEY COMMUNITY day that you do not make Ray. Tim Brown and Brother Greg gannon Rd. (Rt. 65) to Rt. 684. drive I J/: CHURCH-Sunday School 10 am. decisions. Survivors include her hus- Fletcher officiating. Online con- miles. Peggy Poneris pastor. dolences may be sent to the family through our web site at www.castlewood in. Castlewood Funeral Home, Castlewood, was in charge of arrangements. band, Donald Witt; one dau- ghter, Jackie Day and husband, Dennis, Grundy; one son, Her- man "Peanut Bellamy, Jr. and wife, Jessica, Carbo; three sisters, Sherry York, St. Paul, Becky Phillips, Dante and Join the Healthier Wise County Coalition • Next meeting is Thursday. January 31 . Do you or someone you love have a chronic disease? Are you interested in fighting the epid- emic of obesity, diabetes, heart dlisease, and making a healthy difference in the lives of your friends, your family and your community? if ;o, then join the growing number of people in Wise County who are working to fight chronic disease and improve health by: • Encouraging prevention through active living and healthy lifestyles; • Identifying and remov- ing barriers to healthy living; • • Identifying chronic health conditions and unmet ' needs in the community; and • Improving health out- omes related to chronic • diseases Anyone can join this effort simply by attending the monthly meetings of the Healthier Wise County Coalition, the last Thurs- day of each month, at 2 p.m. at the Wise County Health Depart- ment, 134 Roberts Ave. in Wise. at Wise County Health Department The next meeting will be on Thursday, January 31. The Coalition's guiding mission is to improve the health of individuals living in Wise County through prevention and education. The Coalition is open to individuals, families, churches, local busi- nesses, local government, healthcare professionals, and other organizations. "We encourage citizens with concerns about preventing chro- nic disease in our community to attend," says Shirley Miller, senior health educator for the LENOWISCO Health District. "Input from individuals, local businesses, schools, employers, community organizations and health care providers is vital. Working together we can create and sustain a healthy community in which to live, learn, work and play." For more information, con- tact Shirley Miller at 276-328- 1916 or, or Lona Roberts at 276-328- 8232. UVa-Wise offers 'Technology @ Work' for professionals Today's professionals are inundated with new technology. The University of Virginia's Col- lege at Wise will offer Techno- lo'gy @ Work on Friday, March 15 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at thi Southwest Virginia Techno- logy Development in Lebanon. • This workshop will share tips to help professionals navigate today's most popular techno- logies and integrate technology into the workplace. Participants will learn to use • ordine collaboration tools such as Dropbox, Skydrive and Zoho project. Instructor David Hite will share strategies for virtual meetings. Participants will ac- quire techniques to keep in touch with clients and customers through customer relationship management tools. Participants will learn to leverage smart- phones and tablet computers to improve effectiveness and effic- iency in a cloud-based environ- ment. The workshop will dem- onstrate software and hardware tools to create and manage on- line content .for blogs, websites, YouTubel or Facebook pages. Hire has more than 10 years of professional consulting and training experience in the areas of Human Resources, eCom- merce, Training and Instruc- tional Technologies He also pre- sents on a wide range of topics such as communications, new media, instructional accessibility and online learning. Hire serves as an adjunct professor at Vir- ginia Intermont College andEast Tennessee State University. Tuition for the workshop is $110 which includes materials, lunch, and refreshments. Enroll- ment is limited and pre-regis- tration is required by March 8. For more information or to register, contact The University of Virginia's College at Wise Office of Economic Develop- ment at 276.889.8180 or visit Richmond Ballet II to perform at Virginia Intermont March 7 satisfying to think that one of the premiere performances of our newest company is taking place where 1 launched my profess- sionai career." The troupe will perform a variety of pieces from classical to energetic and zany for the Bristol audience. Tickets are priced from $10 to $20 and may be purchased online after Virginia Intermont College welcomes Richmond Ballet II to Bristol for a performance in Harrison-Jones Memorial Hall on Thursday, March 7 at 7:30 pm. Richmond Ballet I1 is an elite group of ten professional dan- cers led by Igor Antonov (Rich- mond Ballet II Director), per- forming a mixed dance repertory throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. Richmond Ballet II also serves as the ambassadors of Richmond Ballet's outreach• and education programs. "We are very excited that our new company will be making one of its premiere tour per- formances at Virginia Inter- mont," said Brett Bonda, mana- ging director of Richmond Ballet and an alumnus of intermont. "Richmond Ballet 11 will be presenting a public performance, along with a master class for the local dance community. It is so February 7. There is no charge for VI students. A master class open to a limited number of local ballet students of intermediate level or higher .will be presented on the afternoon of March 6 at Bristol Ballet Studio at a cost of $30. To register, please contact Will Hankins at 276.466.7170. The Richmond Ballet !I performance is part of Virginia Intermont's convocation series. For more information on the  event, call 800.451.1842. BEAR WALLOW CHURCH-Sunday School, 10 a.m., Sunday worship. I 1 a.m. & 6 p.m.; Wed. prayer service, 7 pro. The pastor is Joe Bailey• BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH-Sunday worship rviccs-I I a,m., Pastor Richard Minton. Wednesday night, 7 p.m. with T-nry Amey. BOND TOWN CHURCH-Cocburn. Sunday School 10 a.m.: worship, I I a.m., and 7 p.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. Wednesday. BRICK BAPTIST CHURCH-Sunday School 10 a.m., morning worship II a.m.. Youth Meeting, 6 p.m. Pastor is Rev. Jim Anderson. BUFFALO HOLINESS CHURCH - Services Saturday, 7 p.m. and Thursday 7 p.m. Pastor, Elmo Warner. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH- Gravel Lick, Sunday School 10 am. Worship I I a.m., Sunday night 6:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7 p.m. Pastor, Leonard Ferguson. CASTLE RUN COMMUNITY CHUR- CH-Apostolic Faith services, Sunday at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. and Wednesday, 7 p.m. The Pastor is Rev. John R. Byrd. Call 762-2278. CASTLEWOOD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Worship 9:45 a.m., Sunday School, 1 i a.m. 762-0569. CHERRY GROVE , CHURCH-Dry Fork. Sunday School 10 am.., Services at I I a.m. and 6 p.m. Sundays. Rev. Marcus Meade. 276-395-3588 CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY- Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship service I I am., 7 p.m., Wed. Bible Study 7 p.m. CHURCH OF MOST HIGlt GOD, St. Paul, Sunday, 6 p.m.; Wednesday, 7 p.m.: Pastor Harold Meade. For information, call 762-0909 or 762-7637. CLEVELAND UNITED METHO- DIST CHURCH-Cleveland, Sunday School 10 a.m., worship I 1 a.m., Wed- nesday Bible study 7 p.m. DELIVERANCE MINISTRY CHUR- CH, formerly known as Campbell Chapel, on Moccasin. Sunday School I 1 am. Sunday worship 6:15 p.m.; Wed- ncsday worship, 7:15 p.m. Special Prayer Meetina first Tuesdays at 7:15 p.m. DRY FORK FREEWILL BAPTIST- Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Sunday worship I I a.m., 6 p.m.; Bible Study Wed., 6:30 p.m. Pastor, D.J. Couch. EMMANUEL CHAPEL-Castlewood. Sunday services 11 a.m., 7 p.m.; Wed, 7 p.m. The Rev. Myers Vicars. ERVIN CHAPEL FREEWILL BAPT- ST-Sunday School 10 a.m.; Sunday worship 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Wed. Bible Study 7 p.m. Fred Dingus is pastor. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD-Dante Sunday School, 10 a.m., Sunday worship I 1 a.m. and 7 p.m., and Wed., 7 p.m. The pastors are Jerry and Nedra Estep. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-St. Paul. Sunday School, 9:45; Sunday worship I 1 a.m., 6:30 p.m. Rev. Mike Moore. FIRST MT. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH-Dante. Sunday worship 11 a.m., second and fourth Sundays, Interim Pastor Roy Mabry. FORT GIBSON UNITED METHO- DIST CHURCH-Sunday School, 9 a.m.; Worship 10 a.m. The Rev. Harry Layell. FULL GOSPEL REVlVALS-Han- sonville, services Saturday, 7 p.m.; Sunday, 6 p.m. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH-Huffman Hollow, Mill Creek Road, Lebanon, Sunday School I0 a.m; worship II a.m. and 6 p.m. Wed. Youth Night 7 p.m. Pastor Don Bush. GRASSY CREEK BAPTIST/METH- ODIST, Route 71 between Dickenson- ville and Nickelsville. For more info: 276.393.3522. HAMLIN BAPTIST CHURCH-Cas- tlewood; Sunday School 10 a.m., Sunday worship I I a.m. & 6 p.m.: Wednesday Bible Study 7.p.m HIGHPOINT COMMUNITY CHUR- CH-Castlewood. Sunday School 10 a.m., worship !1 a.m.. HOUSE OF PRAYER-Sunday 6 p.m., Thursday 7 p.m. Rt. 65, Castlewood. Pastor, Lawrence Hollyfield. HOUSE OF THE LORD-Little Jer- usalem, Castlewood. Sunday School 10 a.m., worship Ii a.m. and 6 p.m.; Thursday worship 7 p.m. Rev. Teddy G. Phillips. LAKEVIEW BAPTIST/METHO- DIST, On Lakeview Dr. off Rte 71 near Dickensonville. For more info: 276.393.3522. MARY MARTIN MEMORIAL CHURCH-Sunday School 10 a.m., worship 11 a.m. 762-0569. MILLS CHAPEL FREEWILL BAP- TIST CHURCH-Castlewood. Sunday School 10 a.m., Sunday worship I I a.m., Bible Study and Youth League Wed., 7 p.m. Pastor, Mike Patrick. MORNING STAR FULL GOSPEL CHURCH-Castlewood. Sunday School l0 a.m., Worship I I a.m., 6 p.m.; Wed- nesday, 7'p.m. 276-762-7812. Pastor, Woody Scott. MT, ZION COMMUNITY APOS- TOLIC-Saturdays, 7 p.m. Hazel Moun- tain. For more intbrmation, call 276-495- 8611. Pastor, Tommy J. Kiser. NEW CASTLEWOOD BAPTIST- Sunday School, 10 a.m., Sunday worship I I a.m., 6 p.m.; Wed. Bible study 7 p.m. OAK GROVE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH-2 "a & 4 'h Sundays, morning worship 10; church school I1. Han- sonville. THE PASSION PLACE-Castlewood Worship Sunday 10 a.m, 6 p.m. Wednesday Family Bible Study (classes for all ages) 7 p.m.; Thursday Passion Heart Youth 7 p.m.: Friday Men's Bible Study 7 p.m. For information, call 276- 762 worship at 11 am and 6 pm rhe Rev. Konn Edwards. RINGS CHAPEl• ('HIR('lt-Sunda 3 School 10 am.: Stmday orship II am.: Sunday and Wednesday mghts. 6 pro. Pastor. Tom Anderson. RIVERSIDE BAPTIST-Sunda wor- ship & Children's Church, II alto.: All welcome. Pastor. Rev..lohn Kiser. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL-St. Pauh Sunday worship 9 a.m.: Bible Study Wednesday, 10 am ST. PAI'L ASSEMBI,Y OF GOD- Stmdav School I0 am.. Sunday worship 11 am. & 7 pm.; Wednesday', 7 pro., Family Night (Adult Bible Study/Prayer, Missionettes and Royal Rangers) For inlbrmation, call 762-7748. ST. PAUL FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH-Sunday School 10 am., Sunday worship l l am. & 6 p.m.; Wednesday-Prayer meeting at 6:30 p.m., Whetstone. Rev. Cecil Jessee. pastor. ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH-Sunday School 10 am., worship 11 a.m The Rev. Harry Layell. ST, THERESE CATHOLIC-St. Paul. Sunday Mass 8:30 am. Father Mike Herbert. STRAIGHT HOLLOW FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH-Dante. Sunday School 10 am., worship 11 a.m. 7 p.m. Wednesday prayer•service 7 pro. SULPHUR SPRINGS UNITED METHODIST, Route Air. 58, Dickensonville. Sun. AM/PM and Wed. PM services. Info: Pastor Gary (or Millie) Crum at 276.393.3522. WAYSIDE ASSEMBLY-St Paul. Sunday School l0 am., Worship Service l 1:00 a.m, Worship Service 6:15 p.m. Pastor, Emie Addington. WELLS CHAPEL CHURCH-Virginia City Hollow. Services Thursdays and Sundays at 6 pro. Call 762-0838 for more information. WEST DANTE COMMUNITY CHU- RCH-Sunday services 10 a.m., 11 am. and 6 p.m. The Rev. Danny Meade, pastor. FREE CLOTHES Full Gospel Revivals Church, Hansonville, will give tree clothes and food to those who need them following the Wednesday 10 am. service. Attend- ance at the service, is mandatory to receive clothes and food. The church is beside Ken's Chrysler on Route 19. Call 889-1275 or 794-7477. FOOD BANK First Baptist Church, St. Paul, operates a Food Bank Tuesdays from 9- 11 a.m. at the church All in ueed of thud are welcome. CLOTHES CLOSET The Women On Mission at First Baptist Church, St. Paul, open a Clothes Closet Tuesdays from 9-11. Anyone in need of clothing is welcome. FOOD DISTRIBUTION Morning Star Full Gospel Church will distribute food to the needy at the church from 9-11 a.m on fourth Saturdays at the church in Castlewood. GOSPEL SINGING A Gospel Singing will be held at 7 p.m. the first Friday of each month at The Celebration Center, 16607 Broad Street, St. Paul. Everyone is welcome. Admis- sion is free. Topics of Truth TIRE SERVICE, INC.i Complimentsof Pastor Jessie M. Jones 762-7963 Whdn a person is born into the world their first decision is whether they are going to cry or are they going to hold their breath and die. Soon you have to decide if you are going to sit still on the wagon or are you going to crawl. A person then has to decide if they are going to crawl for the rest of their lives or are they going to walk. When you start to school you . must decide if you want to learn . or not. After high school you must decide if you want to further 'your education or do you want to go out in the job world. The most important decision we make is where we are going to spend eternity when the clock of' time runs down for us here. Many times people decide where they want to be buried. They buy their cemetery plots and even their tomb stones and even make their funeral arrangements but never go far enough to make the decision to live forever in the Kingdom of God. Have you made your decision yet? Glatfelter Company donates trees to Virginia York Pennsylvania-based healthy forests, healthy corn- P.H. Glatfeiter Company will donate more than 100,000 pine seedlings to'Virginia landowners under a seedling match cost- share program. Since-1956, the company has partnered with the Virginia Department of Forestry (VDOF) to provide seedlings for reforestation projects. VDOF Assistant Director for Forest Management Todd Groh said, "Glatfelter has a long- standing relationship with Vir- ginia landowners. By funding this cost-share program, Glat- felter helps landowners reduce their cost for seedlings by pro- viding up to lO,000 seedlings per landowner for reforestation projects. They are truly a partner in both promoting healthy for- ests and sustaining the forest resource." James Kuykendall, Glat- felter's Southern MD/VA district manager said, "Glatfelter is proud to be able to provide trees in partnership with the Virginia Department of Forestry. This cost-share program allows us to support landowners who recog- nize the value of the forest re- source, as we do. Together we have the opportunity to support munities and responsible in- dustry." Under the terms of the program, reforestation projects by private non-industrial wood- land landowners are eligible in Amherst, Buckingham, Caroline, Clarke, Culpeper, Cumberland, Fairfax, Fauquier, Fluvanna, Frederick, Greene, King George, Loudoun, i Louisa, Madison; Nelson, Orange, Page, Prince William, Rappahannock, Rock- ingham, Shenandoah, Spotsyl- vania, Stafford and Warren counties in Virginia. If you're a landowner interested in participating in this program and have property located in `the above counties, please cofitact your local Vir- ginia Department of Forestry Office ( o/m .v-county.htm) for more information. In 2011, this cost-share pro- gram provided 166,000 pine seedlings to Virginians. Glat- felter ownsand manages 10,000 acres of forestland in Virginia, Pulpwood'fi:om Virginia supplies the compafiy's mill in Spring Grove, Pennsylvania. NOW OPI00..N J. 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