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Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, February 21, 2008 SIGNING PROCLAMAT]ON :Three career and techniSi] organization student presidents attended the proclamation signing on January 17. The three officers and the organizations they represent are: Tyrell Junius, HOSA Region I Vice President; David Poole, Valley Regional Technology Student Association President; and AJ Delauder, Future Business Leaders of America State President. Delauder attends signing of proclamation On January 17, Governor Saint Paul High School and ginia Association of Career and Tim Kaine signed the proclaim- Virginia FBLA state president, Technical Education (VACTE) ation recognizing February as was in Richmond to attend the Career and Technical Education proclamation signing. While in Month. AJ Delauder, a senior at Richmond, AJ attended the Vir- Castlewood Elementary to celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday The Castlewnod Elementary School Library will sponsor several activities to celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday and Read Across America. On Wednesday, February 27, a birthday party bash will be held in the school library from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. There will be games, refresh- ments and prizes. All Castle-. wood Elementary School stu- dents and siblings must be accompanied by an adult. On Friday, February 29, first grade students will be served a special "Green Eggs and Ham" break- fast. The library will also spon- sor a book fair during the week of March 3. On March 4, fami- lies are invited to "Family Night at the Book Fair," as well as a special Family Literacy event. Professional Leadership Seminar for Virginia Educators. She parti- cipated in the VACTE Legis- lation Day on January 18. AJ met with Senator Phillip Puckett, Senator William Wampler, and Delegate Bud Phillips in their i:;: ~ =v ili Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Winebarger (Natasha Roman) Exchange wedding vows Charlie Winebarger and February 9 in Gatlinburg, Natasha Roman.were married on Tennessee. S Lomtta Ernie's Drug and Gilts i)hone 762-5800 l:.rnic Keilh, I'harmacisl go tl r h o I1112 to ~,V n p h a r m a c y LOCATEI) BESIDF FOOl) CITY Pharmacy & Your Health Medicines Prescribed for Psoriasis Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition in which there is rapid turnover of cells. Health researchers have determined that inappropriate functioning of the immune system leads to this condition. A type of white blood cell known as the T cell becomes overactive, leading to rapid cell turnover. A buildup of skin cells results in thick silvery scales. The scales may cover red patches of skin. Other symptoms of psoriasis may include dry skin, thickened nails, and stiff joints. The severity of this condition may range from only a small affected area to a large area of scaling. Factors that may trigger T cell malfunction include infections, injury, stress, and certain drugs, such as lithium and certain medications for high blood pressure. Topical steroids are prescribed for the treatment of mild to moderate psoriasis. They work by slowing cell turnover, thereby reducing inflammation. Calcipotnene (Dovonex) is a vitamin D analogue prescribed as a cream, ointment, or solution for the treatment of psoriasis. For treatment of severe psoriasis, oral or injected medications may be prescribed. Methotrexate, azathiopdne, and cyclosporine are oral drugs that may be prescribed to reduce inflammation. Immune modulator drugs, such as etanercept (Enbrel) and infliximab (Remicade) are sometimes given. ATTENTION: General Motors Retirees- we can now fill your prescrlptlonsl See us for all your health and beauty needs PUBLIC FAX # 276-762-0213 RECEIVES VFW AWARD Dylan Allen, a senior at Castlewood High School, was recently presented with a certificate of merit and a $100 scholarship in: recognition of his being the district winner in the Voice of Democracy contest:: sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The competition offers prizes for speeches that are well conceived and well delivered. Allen's speech was titled "Myl Role in Honoring America's Veterans." He submitted an audio file of the speeeh for judging. VFW members Steve Ray andPhil Burchette made the aresentation. offices in the General Assembly building to discuss current issues and pending bills supporting career and technical education in Virginia. Tacoma Bluegrass The Tacoma Community Center features Bluegrass music every Saturday night from 7- 10:30 p.m The February 23 featured SPHS ECOLOGY CLUB St. Paul High S-ehool's Ecology Club students have ; band is Kentucky Red Blue- begun their annual animal husbandry efforts. These students eonstructedl grass, homemade bird feeders by applying peanut butter and birdseed to pine cones, In addition to music, cakes The pine cones will hang on the trees of the school's site to feed the birds will be held, as well as a throughout the winter. Students also use birdseed, corn, and apples to feed the; drawing for one free pass for a wildlife of Lake Estonoa throughout the winter. couple. Concessions include hot ial Ed Deadline for i dogs, hamburgers, soup beans Russell Co. Schools' Spec and corn bread. classifieds Admission for the event is Advisory Committee to meet is Tuesday noon! $5 per person. The Center is on Stone The Russell County School 28, at the Russlel County School Mountain Road just off Route System's Special Educaton Board office, Lebanon. 58 between Norton and Coe-Advisory Committee will meet All interested parents and burn. at 3 p.m. Thursday, February citizens are welcome to attend. Russell County Amateur Radio Unlimited Hours~ No Contracts, Club seeking members . su00oo t Instant Messaging - keep your buddy list! [ by Jamie Combs 10 e-mail addresses with Webmail! [ The Russell County A ma- cutstom Start Page- news, weather & rnoret I teur Radio Club, Inc. et.r. -.:1 (RCARC, Inc.) is currently (Sgvr(upto6Xfoste/'. )] just s3 more I looking for new members who Up Onllnel www.LocalNet.com I have an interest in amateur (ham) radio and would like to CaII Today&Save! I have fun and enjoy the hobby 0889 / H&R Block Maximum Refund Guarantee. Come in today, with current members. Pros- Loc:alNet 762" Whether you've just gotten married, had a baby, bought a new home or retired -- pective members do not have =-~.~,~r~,n = ;~ ~.- ~ t.-.=~ big life changes can mean big tax changes. H &R Block will maximize your refund by showing you new tax deductions or credits you're now entitled to.* You'll always get to have an amateur radio lic- the maximum refund you're entitled to, oryour tax preparation is free. When you've ense but just have a desire to " ~" got people, they're with you every step of the way. explore the many aspects of For other locations call 1-800-HRBLOCK H&R BLOCK" ham radio. If you wish to earn or visit hrbloek.com : " your amateur radio license the club offers tutoring, advice on !' s;t'-ino('t'oncifienla"do l':. H & R BLOCK DO YOU WANT where to obtain study materials : Each Veok For Updstos On O,r Theatre: : HWY 58 PEOPLE? [] and any other support neces- i CASTLEWOOD, VA 24224 NEW CLIENT COUPON : I~llil[OIt,l tl ! I il i illll I lira i'1/~ II71. 276-762-7196 CODE 33231 sary tO successfully complete MAR]flY SHOPPING CENTER, MeN. - FRI. 9:00- 6:00 BRING THIS AD IN FOR $25 the licensing requirements, i 2,~/T Morn, Line: 276-395-6373 SAT. 9:00- 5:00 OFF TAX PREPARATION FEE The club is also very active 5upetr TuesdayALI Tickets - $4. o youd cove e, H&RBtocke o onyou eun hat enfitles you to a larger re[und orsmallertaxl[ability>lh with on the air operating i i~ll"I~li/lt[tllik][ill~lli ca culated, we' e and you ax p epa a ion ee o hat return Refund da[ sl ~ ~o* ,~ c~,~0o~, i. events, the March of Dimes Stwrm~l: which the tax return is prepared. The White Border [rude Dress IS a trademark ot PoCaroid Corporalion, used with permhsio~ ~ @2007 H&R B,ock Services, Inc, ~ Walk-A-Then, parades and [ ~L~J Dennis O.id much more. So, we hope that you'll come and join us. Club I Daily:7-9 PM I(~t~J~'l Sat-Sun: 2:45.5:15 meetings are held at the Lab- 7.9 PM anon Lifesaving Crew building on the second Tuesday of each i malill ,m l=llam month at 7 pm. Everyone is: Starring: welcome to attend, i Sa m l L. Jackson For information on club i Dailg/: 7:30.9:15 PM ~ meetings, events or anything : S;at-Sun:2:15.5~ ham radio related you can i //:30"9:15PM~ " o r l dl# gt tt u contact the club at t wr4rc russellcoarc.org. You. li'i l[[ ]iiii:ll:[ iii l;tlI, Sq ii fl[ ii},ll can also visit theclub's : Starring : .WLRV 1380 website ' at i~ ~ ~a~MarlinLawrenc.*' . http://www.russellcoarc.org: Daily: 1:15 PM i i Featur ng Johnny Wood Postal Notes :;[ +~:,: [ Sat-Sun:2:307:15 ,M i' I " Dave Dierks, by Russell County QWL i start, n,: Due to the automation of }] Markus Lynch, mail, the old route addresses for,M Ui this area will not be recognized :' by mail sorting machines. MailDrolly: 9:20 P "! WCYB News Center 5 addressed to route and box ! numbers will be returned to .up.r at z=tu.r,l :' senders before it reaches the Pinpoint Weather carder. ' : 24/77 Movie Line: 276-679-4252 " " Post office box customers = Supe~r Tuesday ALL Tickets - $450 :. may use their 911 addresses; i i however, they must place their Starriog: i P,O. BOX 939 ABovEP'O" BOXthe addreSScity anddirectlYstate ii I.arryTheCablefiuy Lebanon, VA 24266 penMen of the address. This will [i: :4:45o7:15'9:15PM guarantee that the mail will be sat-Sun: 2:30 4:45 w/rv, cor sorted to the post office box 7:15.9:15PM rather than the 911 address. Customers who receive their ||:l:~'{'~|q:liiVH~[[l~];i~ll]dI[~ll$'! i mail by carder are urged to : Starring: i Phone (276) 889-1380 numbers on their mailnboxes.rememberto display 911 iFreddieHighm re~i ~!~ii] Fax (276) 889-1388 nai :4:3O 9. ~::~ ~ Siat-Sun: 2 . 4:30 ZT. 1