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Virginia Electric i i in Kentucky -Line Workers Crews from seven Virginia lectric cooperatives are now in 2entucky to help restore power o areas devastated by a severe ce and snow storm that struck he Bluegrass State on Monday, anuary 26. Line workers along with fickup and bucket trucks from entral Virginia Electric Coop- ative (Lovingston), Commun- ty Electric Cooperative (Windsor), Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative (Chase City), Pow- . .ell Valley Electric Cooperative {Jonesville), Rappahannock Ele- tric Cooperative (Fredericks- burg), Shenandoah Valley Ele- Ctric Cooperative (Mt. Craw- ford), and Southside Electric Cooperative (Crewe) embarked last weekend to assist their sister _ Kentucky rural electric cooper- , atives. Hundreds of thousands of r Kentuckians, especially in rural co-op crews helping restore power Dispatched to Assist in Areas Devastated by Ice Storm- areas, remain without electricity in the midst of freezing temp- eratures due to the January 26 storm which affected virtually every one of the state&apos;s 120 counties. The crews from Vir- ginia were part of over 700 electric co-op employees in- eluding crews from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Mississippi, North and South Carolina, Ohio and Tennessee who have fanned out across Kentucky to replace transformers, broken poles and crossarms and rebuild downed power lines. The Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Association of Electric Cooperative (VMDAEC) pro- vided coordination and dis- patching of the volunteer line crews at the request of the Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives. "Helping each other in time of need is a true reflection of the cooperative spirit," said Lloyd Sholes, VMDAEC's assistant vice president for safety and training services. "Whether it's an ice storm, hurricane or other disaster, our cooperative line crews always stand ready to help wherever they are needed to get the lights back on as quickly and safely as possible." VMDAEC is the trade association of the 16 not-for- profit member-owned electric cooperatives that serve Virginia, Maryland and Delaware. It provides safety, technical and employee training, governmental relations, and communications services, including the publication of Cooperative Living magazine, for its members. It is based in Glen Allen. For more information, visit or CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, February 12, 2009 Par Bluegrass music in Coeburn on Fridays Lay's Hardware Jamboree in Coeburn features bluegrass music and family entertainment every Friday night beginning at 7:30 p.m. Jammin' every Thursday night. Concessions are available. Luncheon to honor Radford Alumni If you are a retired teacher who graduated from Radford or an Alumni of Radford please make plans to attend a Luncheon honoring Radford Alumni on February 26 at 12:30 at Mosby's Restaurant in Wise. Please con- tact Mosby's at 679-0101 for reservations or Kathy at ACT 328-5000 for more information. Barbara Lynn Morris, wife of Virginia's Secretary of Educa- tion, a Radford Alumni will be a Cooking with Mildred... Recipes by Hdbert TRIPLE CHOCOLATE 2 (8 oz.) cream cheese CLUSTERS softened 2 (4 oz.) white chocolate bars 1 teas. Worcestershire sauce 1 cup milk chocolate morsels 2 teas. lemon juice 1 cup (6 oz.) semi-sweet 1 cup sourcream ehocolate morseis 1 (3 oz) can smok:! 1 cups chopped pecans oysters 1 cups broken pretzels Blend cream cheese, Wor- Melt white chocolate, milk cestershire sauce, lemon juice' chocolate and semi-sweet choco- and sour cream. Mix wei late, stirring constantly. Stir in Combine with oysters. Serw the pecans and pretzels. Remove with chips. from the heat and drop by tablespoonfuls into lightly greas- CRUNCHY APPLE SALAI ed wax paper. Cool. 1 (20 oz.) can crus! pineapples, not drained EGGPLANT AND 1/3 cup sugar TOMATOES 1 (3 oz.) pkg. lemon jello l smalleggplant 1 (8 oz.) cream cheese, 1 onion, chopped softened 1 tbsp. oil 1 cup diced unpeeled apples 2 cups diced canned tom- cup chopped pecans atoes 1 cup chopped celery ;National ecosystem selwices guest speaker. 1 tbsp. sugar 1 cup whipped topping daily salt and pepper to taste In a saucepan combine piJ Conference to be held in Virginia Dante Museum is open .co, and cube eggplant. Inn apple and sugar. Bring to aN skillet saut6 onions in the oil. and boil for 3 minutes. Addje . "', Charlottesville will play host provide an additional source of The Dante Coal and Railroad Add the eggplant, tomatoes, and stir until completely d's t o Virginia's first national eco- revenue to landowners while Museum, located in the building Museum is open the second and sugar and salt and pepper to solveed. Add the cream che,:.< system services conference, and providing tremendous public which years ago was occupied fourth Saturdays from i0 a.m.-4 taste. Reduce heat and simmer and stir until the mixture is coi registration for the two-day benefits to all citizens of the by a bank and later by a beer p.m. until the eggplant and tomatoes bined. Set aside to cool. Fold in event (March 12 + 13) is now Commonwealth." garden, is now open to the Artifacts through the years are tender, the apples, pecans, celery and 6pen. More than 200 people The speakers are a mix of public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. are on display as well as the whipped topping. Pour into a 9 from across the United States are international and national ex- Monday through Friday. The model of Dante circa 1930. OYSTER DIP inch square pan. Chill until firm. expected to attend and learn perts in this rapidly developing more about the financia.l market sector and hail from such /  that is emerging in the eco- organization as: the World " ystems services arena. The Resources Institute, the Chicago q onference will be at the Omni Climate Exchange, the Environ- Hotel in downtown Charlottes- mental Defense Fund, Virginia v i lie. Tech, the US Forest Service,  J_.l, U/j "U  ,." Ecosystems services are the Dominion Power, TerraCarbon, . environmental benefits, such as Winrock International, FORE- ., ,clean air, clean water, carbon CON, AquaLaw, and several sequestration and others, that are state agencies. i provided by forested lands. Single-day registration as "Landowners, municipal and well as full-conference regist- iounty officials, industry, non- ration is available. To attend governmental organizations, fin- March 12 th only, the cost is '.q]'21 ancial sector professionals, $125. To attend March 13  only, academia and environmentalists the cost is $95. Attendance for ' will benefit from the information both days is $195. discussed at the conference," To learn more, or to register, said Buck Kline, director of the go to forestland conservation division at the Virginia Department of ex.html. For additional Forestry (VDOF). "Ecosystem information, please call Buck services has the potential to Kline at 434.977.6555. NOTICE: , , Stop for any school bus loading or EMILY WILLIAMS JAYME LEIGH SALYERS MEREDITH PAIGE HAMILTON TRACE ALEXANDER TRENT unloading children! 6 years old 8 years old 14 months old MALORIE WILLIAMS RYAN THOMAS SALYERS 7 years old Jamie Trent & John Hamilton Jarrod Trent, Holly Lyttle -! ' ": .-I= :;n .......... ," 4 months old 3 years old ..... brother: Sean Lyttle -:  i Th][' yOU Jamie and Hope Williams Missy and Jody Salyers Grandparents: :.- ! Grandparents: Grandparents: Anita Harnilton, Randy Hamilton Grandparents: ' ddy Phillip Bill and Alice Strong Anita Hamilton Susan Trent, Rodney Trent Frank Whittington Pastor "re G. s and Phyllis Williams, Michael Grizzle Randy Hamilton Great-grandmother: Eula Sneed the late Linda Whittington Susan Trent, Rodney Trent congregation of the House of the Bob and Mary Salyers Great-grandmother:EulaSneed L Lord Church would like to thank ,.=..,.,% " '   , l "  : '% . the Eagles Club of Castlewood,  }0   l Virginia for their generous    .: -  " support and giving to the 2008 ' Christmas program i i You are cordially invited to join the RUSSELL COUNTY IDemocratic Committee for a reception honoring Jon Bowerbank Candidate for Lieutenant Governor Sunday, February 15 2:00 p.m. Russell County Conference Center 137 Highland .Drive Lebanon, VA Bluegrass music provided by Brown Brothers Band Casual Attire Paid for and Authorized by the Russell County Democratic Committee BRODY HILL 1 year old B.J. and Elizabeth Hill Grandparents: Terry and Teresa Evans Betty Hill the late Billy Hill JASON LEE POWERS 5 years old Kenneth and Joetta Powers Grandparents: Lanny and Josephine Powers Danny and Judy Hughes JASMINE POSTON 7 years old Nelson Hayes, Crystal Poston You are my Valentine! I Love You! Your great aunt Mary Lou MADEL1NE RUTH LINDSEY "Maddie" 7 years old Joshua and Lesley Willis Lindsey Grandparents: Tom and Regina Sue Willis Wayne and Marie Erbe AVA GRACE ELIZABETH BALDWIN 14 months old Justin and Lacey Baldwin Grandparents: Jennie Murphy Roy and Martha Baldwin Great-grandmother: Mildred Murphy CHARLEIGH PEYTON HALL 15 months old T.J. and Kayla Hall Grandparents: Rob and Cathy Buckles Tommy and Debbie Hall Great-grandparents: Fred Buckles, Edith Hall ISABELLE KATHERINE LINDSEY "Izzie" 2 years old Joshua and Lesley Willis Lindsey Grandparents: Tom and Regina Sue Willis Wayne and Marie Erbe KYLEIGH HARMON 2 1/2 years old Brent and Amanda Harmon Grandparents: Debbie and Ernie Keith Raymond Harmon Great-grandparents: Clyde and Allene Penland MADISON AND SOPHIE RAY 9 years and 10 months Jamie and Randal Ray Grandparents: Bennie and Glenda Lane Ralph and Bonnie Ray NOAH JAIVIES HALE 7 1/2 months old Adrienne and Bob Hale Grandparents: Ricky and Debbie Yates Steve and Kathy Hale Great-grandparents: Lucille Hale, James and Mag Hale Herman Davis Great-great-grandmother: Willie Mary Jane Hale DAWSON HALL 6 years old Jeffand Pam Hall Grandparents: Jim and Shirley Hall Bert and Peggy Jordan MILLIE KA'FE BRADLEY 9 months old Michael and Amy Bradley Grandparents: Jay and Vickie Zeigler Larry and Paige Bradley