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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014 Page 5 Choreo00n t her to speak at King SENIOR BOYS ... Senior Night for Castlewood boys' basketball team. Left to right, Dillon Trent, Dakota Grizzel, Tyler Austin, Coaches Steve Austin, Mark Dockery, and Rubin Rasnick, Jacob Cornett, Cogin Moore. SENIOR GIRLS ... Senior Night for Castlewood girls' basketball team. Left to right: Lexie Kennedy, Sidney Ellis, Haley Crabtree, Korey Purtee and in back Coach Barry Ruff. AARP hosts social security talk at Abingdon event Abingdon, VA - Join AARP this week for a dis- cussion about the future of Social Security. We'll be providing straightforward information about Social Security proposals that are being debated in Washington - the pros and cons - without the political jargon and spin. Have your say about the benefits you've earned through years of hard work. Too many politicians aren't listening to hardwork- ing Virginians about the future of Social Security. AARP believes you've paid into Social Security and you deserve a voice in the future of the program. That's why we're fight- ing to protect your hard- earned Social Security bene- fits and ensure the system stays strong for future gener- ations. Upcoming discussions include: ABINGDON - Friday, Feb. 28, 2014, 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Abingdon Senior Center, 300 Senior Drive, Abingdon, VA 24210 The program is free, but space is limited. Please register by call- ing 1-877-926-8300 or online at CA bingdon 22814, The program is free, but space is limited. Please reg- ister by calling 1-877-926- 8300 or online at http://aarp.cvent.corn/ES CL ynchburg 22714. Governor's School BRISTOL, Tenn. -- Choreographer Liz Lerman will speak at King University's Memorial Chapel on Monday, March 3 at 9:15 a.m., and again at 7 p.m. at the Southwest \\; Virginia Higher Education CenterSn Abingdon, Va., as part of the Buechner (Beek- ner) , Institute's 2013-14 Lecture Series. The series is co-sponsored by the Bristol Herald Courier. Lerman will present "The Discipline of Creative Research: Using Artistic Practice in Pursuit of Knowledge Communication, and Engagement" at King and "Hiking the Horizontal: Making Rules and Breaking Rules" at the higher ed cen- ter. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Dale Brown at 423.652.4156 or visit www.buechnerinsti- Noted for her work as a dance choreographer, per- former, writer, educator and speaker, Lerman founded the Liz Lerman Dance Exchange, based in Takoma Park, Md., in 1976. Lerman cultivated the company's unique multi-generational ensemble into a leading force in contemporary dance, with performances at the National Cathedral, the Kennedy Center Opera House, Harvard University, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, and other venues. In 2011, she handed the artistic leadership of the company to the next gener= ation of Dance Exchange artists. Since that time, she spent a semester at Harvard University as an artist-in- residence. Lerman is recognized for her transformative approach to dance, and has been described by the Washington Post as "the source of an epochal revo- lution in the scope and pur- poses of dance art." Her aesthetic approach spans the range from abstract to personal to political. Lerman is the recipient of numerous honors, including a 2002 MacArthur "Genius invites applicants Grant" Fellowship and a 2011 United States Artists Ford Fellowship. Her work Empire Community College. Students who complete the session will receive eight college credit hours, tuition-free. In addition to class- room activities, students will participate in field trips to area colleges. Eight academic strands will be offered this sum- mer: art illustration and animation, Chinese zodiac social networking, drama theory and performance, engineering design, entre- preneurship and regional tourism, forensics for the biology lab, mobile appli- cations development and old time string band and the' traditional music and musicians of Central Appalachia. Applications to attend Rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors are invited to par- ticipate in the 2014 Mountain Empire Community College Governor's School to be held June 9-27 on the col- lege campus. MECC Governor's School is open to public and home school students in the counties of Lee, Scott, Wise, and Dickenson, and the City of Norton who have a 3.0 GPA or higher. The three-week pro- gram features a variety of hands-on activities in one of several subject areas selected by the student. 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To view additional infor- mation or to download the 2014 application, visit the Mountain Empire Community College Governor's School web- site at or contact school coordi- nator John Bledsoe at 276/523-2400 ext. 307. has been commissioned by the Lincoln Center, American Dance Festival, BalletMet, and the Kennedy Center, among other organi- zations. "Liz Lerman's choreog- raphy proves that every per- son, of any body type, of every age, can communi- cate something powerful about human experience through dance," . says Miriam Perkins, PhD, Associate Professor of Theology. and Society for Emmanuel Christian Seminary in Johnson City, Ill Illll I I Ill LPN APPLICATIONS Applications can be picked up at RCCTC Monday through Friday from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm or visit our website at: http://rcctc.russell. k us/rcc tc- courses/lpn Return applications no later than 4:00 pm Monday, April 21, 2014 RCC TC PO Box 849 Le ba non, VA 24226 J elephone 276-889-6550 i 2 YEAR PROGRAM EXCELLENT JOB MARKET FINANCIAL ASSI STANCE E AVAILAI3L COMPETITIVE SALARY I Tenn. "She puts communi- ties in motion to raise social awareness and inspire social change. Her methods of collaborative creation will change how you think about innovation in every- thing from writing, to com- munity leadership, to living in the tensions between faith and risk. 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