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¶ , , I ."7. Buy, sell, notify, employ, through... The ...they work 10-6-tfncg (4) Near road. Real price!! Call 276-591- FOR RENF: Town- 5658. house style apartment, 2-14-4tpd 2BR IBA Town & .................. Country Apts. 276-762- FOR SALE: two 2303 between 9am-5pm. mausoleum crypts, I l-8-tfncg Temple Hill. Great savings! Will sell today Mobile Homes for below original purchase Sale or Rent price of $4800. Call 859-619-8680 or 859- TWO MOBILE Homes 806-8681. for Rent: 2BR 2BA; 1-31-8tcg ALSO 2 BR 1BA, Gray ....... Hill. No pets. Refer- CARPETS AND ences and deposit re- RUGS. Free estimates quire& Appliances fur- on any size job. For all nished. 276-762-7159 flooring needs. Big,M, 1-17-tfncg 762-5956. 5-6-tfncgL FOR RENT: 3BR trailer, heat pump, Ad Netwqrk washer/dryer, water included. 276-762-7105. 2-21-2tpd A childless, young, successful woman seeks to adopt• Will be FOR RENT: 2BR trailer HANDS-ON Morn! Fin- on private lot in Castle- ancial security. Expen- wood. Water included. ses paid. Jodi. 1-800- Call 276-254-1019. 718-5516 2-21-2tcg Help Wanted DRIVERS NEEDED: Professional Transport- ation, Inc. is seeking local drivers for pas- senger vans in the Nor- ton, VA area. Drug scre- en, driving record and criminal background check required. EOE 1- 800-471-2440, ext. 1 www.professionaltransp ortationinc.com 2-21-4tcg RUSSELL County Pub- lic Schools. Notice of Personnel Vacancy. Position: CNA Instru- ctor Responsible for classroom instruction and some clinical instru- ction. Position Site: Russell County Career & Technology Center. Qualifications: Appli- cants must be a Reg- istered Nurse who holds a current unrestricted license in Virginia or a multistate licensure privilege; must have two years experience as a registered nurse within the previous five years; must have at least one year experience in the provision of long-term care experience or one year .previous teaching experience in a nurse aide education program or one year experience supervising nursing stu- dents in a nursing faci- lity. Salary: Based on years of experience. Closing of Applications: 12:00 noon, March 6, 2013. Interested persons should send an applica- tion to Dr. Brenda Hess, Superintendent, Russell County Public Schools, P.O. Box 8 Lebanon, VA 24266 or fax to 276- 889-2092. The Russell County School Board is an Equal Opportunity Employer who fully and actively supports equal access for all people regardless of race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, veteran status, disability or gen- etic information and prohibits retaliation ag- ainst individuals who oppose such discrimi- nation and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity in- vestigation. 2-28- ltcgL Miscellaneous for Sale TEMPLE HILL Cemetery Family Plot J=' We are pledged to the -- --'. letter and spirit of Vir- "!'- gi,,ia's and HUD's eq- . ' ual opportunity housing _..?/: policies. Virginia's fair .-- housing law makes it ; illegal to advertise any ..- preference, limitation or 'L". discrimination based on race, color, religion, na- tional origin, sex, eld- •-2: erlyness, familial status i.'. or handicap. This news- paper will not knowing- ly accept advertising for '4 real estate that violates the fair housing law. :,i Our readers are hereby informed that all dwell- i i. ings advertised in this . newspaper are available • " on an equal opportunity basis. For more infor- mation about Virginia's Fair Housing Law or to file a fair housing com- plaint, call the Virginia Fair Housing Office at " (804) 367-8530. Toll " " free call (888) 551- ,.i 3247. For the hearing impaired, call (804) :-.;L 527-4290. --3:, -!ii . i --"' HOUSE FOR SALE: Well maintained 3 5 " bedroom, 1 bath, huge J kitchen, energy efficient 'J:" and low maintenance with vinyl siding. Less w'- than a mile from town r,x: with privacy on 11 ir' acres. Priced below g,- appraisal at $69,500. Call 762-5249 "". 2-28-2tcgL ":" Houses for Rent :!!" FOR RENT: Old Castle- L'. wood 3BR IBA, heat i"-, pump. $450 mo. $400 deposit. Call 423-323- b,. 7272. :.: 2-14-4tpd .:,, FOR RENT:3BR, 1 ˝BA r,d house, Summit Drive, .,: Gray Hill. $600. Call 276- 596-0095. • ,J- 2-21-2tpd ", HOUSE FOR RENT: % HUD approved. Honey % Branch, 4 miles from St. ,: Paul. Older frame home with white vinyl siding, -_ recently remodeled, 2 . bedrooms with walk in "': closets, full bath with large closet area, large enclosed "'' utility room, large screened -'" front porch, .back porch ":'; with deck, side deck, -': carport with storage & -'r. small deck, heat pump, 2 , " security lights, 12 acres, Lm pets allowed indoors or out e'. in large fenced lot with !' • heated dog house. $400 per ',:- month. Available April 1, :,, 2013. Jean 762-7500. • ;, 2-28-tfncgL .., , Apartments for '• • Rent .... . NICE ONE BR ..,, APARTMENT, St. - 2. Paul. Fresh paint. ,!. Water, sewage and appliances furnished. ': $300 mo. Call 762- 9454. 2-21-tfncgL -" APARTMENTS FOR ,'RENT: 2 and 3 bed- rooms, 1 bath, central : heat and air, fridge & ,stove incl. $375 and , $400. Castlewood. De- ,'posit of one month's ,' rent req'd. 276-762- - 5249. ,2-28-2tcgL a " APARTMENT FOR ." RENT: Two bedrooms, Castlewood area. 762- • 7533, 356-3701 or 619-. 3701. Houses for Sale Bailey Hardware 3041 5th Avenue 276-762-5140 SPRING ARRIVALS! Garden Seeds: Mustard, Lettuce, Peas, Beets Several varieties of onion sets Get them all started wth Miracle Grow Potting Soil Coming Soon: , Fertilizer, Cabbage Plants 00and Seed Potatoes A childless couple seeks to adopt. Loving, happy home with tenderness, warmth & love. Flexible schedules. " Finarreial security. Expenses paid. Regis & David.888) 986-1520. ADOPT: Loving parents promise your baby a safe, happy home. Expenses paid. Amy & Cameron, 1-888-449- 0803. DC BIG FLEA Mar 2-3. An amazing treasure hunt ! Metro DC' s largest antique event! Dulles Expo-Chantilly, VA 4320 Chantilly Shop Ctr 20151. Adm $8 Sat 9-6 Sun 11-5 www.damorepromotion s.com Real Estate Auction March 14, Noon. City of Bedford, VA. Well- maintained 22,000 +-SF pre-engineered building with 10,000 +-SF showroom/offices & 12,000 +:SF warehouse space & a 6,000+- SF 3- sided storage facility on 6.77+-ac at high traffic, high visibility coer location close to US 460 & variety of businesses. Former building products retailer• Assessed value: $1,437,500. Minimum Bid: $670,000. Address: 1052 Independence Blvd., Bedford, VA 24523. Previews: Thursdays, Feb. 28 & Mar. 7, 2pm-4pm. For information, call Jonna McGraw, Woltz & Associates, Inc., Brokers & Auctioneers (VA#321) Roanoke, VA 800-551-3588 or visit www.woltz.com Auction March 22, 9am Richmond, Virginia. Turn your assets into CaSh! Sell with Commonwealth of Virginia, Dominion Virginia Power & others. Brochure & discount deadline March 1 st. Motley's Auction & Realty Group, 804-232- 3300, www.motleys.com VAAL # 16. Foreclosure Auction of a portion of Albemarle Plantation w/developable , adjacent Dog Kennels Oftx lOft6ff special price $219.00 3ig M 762-5956 WORK BOOTS Western boots by Rocky, ,Justin, Wolverine and more , Discontinued Styles now up to $40 off per pair Big M Store 762-5956 , acreage, 1,500+- AC of Undeveloped land & 52 residential developed lots 3/26/13 at 10am at Courthouse door. Perquimans Co. Courthouse, Hertford, NC, Iron Horse Auction Co., Inc. 800-997-2248. NCAL 3936. www. ironhorseauction.c om A SODA-Snack Vend- ing Route machines & prime $$ locations. $8995 investment. Tax deductible. Guaranteed cash flow. 1-800-367- 6709 ext. 6039. Medical Billing Train- ees Needed! Train to become a Medical Of- fice Assistant. No ex- perience needed! Train- ing & Job Placement available at CTI! HS Diploma/GED & com- puter needed. 1-888- 424-9419. "Can4b'You Dig It?" Heavy operator week hand-on program. Bulldozers, backhoes, excavators. Lifetime job placement Asst. w/National Certs. VA Benefits Eligible 866- 362-6497. CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, February 28, 2013 Page 7 ,Russell County Unit's Extension news • Provided by the RuSsell County Extension Office Your Russell County Unit of the Virginia Tech and Virginia State Extension Division---Corn- elia Estep, Scott Jessee,' Donna Meade and Bill Worrell presents this week's Extension News. Our office is located on 131 East Main Street, Lebanon, VA..Che- ck out our Virginia Tech Public Website Address: www.ext.vt.edu/ Extension Calendar of Events: _ : February 28: Regional To- bacco Growers Meeting & GAP Training, SW VA 4-H Center, Abingdon 6:30 pm March 17: BCIA Bull Test Open House, SW Bull Test Center, Dublin March 23: Virginia BCIA Performance Tested Bull Sale, Wytheville 12 noon April 8: Virginia Quality Assured Feeder Cattle Sale, Vir- ginia Cattlemen's Tel-O-Auction 6:00 pm If you need information about any of the listed events, please call the Extension Office at (276) 889-8056. Scott Jessee - Agriculture • Minimize the mud! The continued wet weather • has made it hard to minimize mud on the farm. As the March eqmpment winds blow, the mud will begin training! 30 disappear. Most beef cattle farms have ot soon will have baby calves. Unrolling round :'bales of hay (as opposed to setting them in a concentrated feeding area) has many benefits for the spring calving herd. • All animals in the herd DRIVERS'-CDL Train-have equal access to forage. ing now offered in When hay bales are set-out Roanoke 540-857-6188 individually, "boss-cows" are or Spotsylvania 540- always first to eat. When they 582-8200! Attend 4 '. weeks or 10 weekends. .are finished, they often spend a significant portion of time "guarding the feed." With this pecking order, timid cows are always last to eat and small .calves never get to eat. Unrolling hay gives all animals a .better opportunity for eating. • Hay ring/hoop "mud- holes" are drastically decreased. Unrolling hay decreases cattle traffic in concentrated areas. Guaranteed Financing and Job Placement Assistance Available. 1- 800-646-2374. Owner Operators - CDL Class A. Dedicated cust- omer, no-touch freight.' Lease purchase program w/payment assistance. Requires 1 year driving experience within the past 3 years. Call This prevents the complete Jennifer 866.242-4976. destruction of the sod (also helps Hablamos Espanol .... decrease soil erosion). When the BelicJa 866-257-6291 sod is not destroyed, weed DriveForGreatwide.com populations (spiny pigweed and thistles) are greatly decreased. * Reseeding. Unrolling hay helps to reseed pastures and meadows. As the bales, unr.oil, the seeds are instantly scattered. As the cows walk around, seeds are pressed into the soil..This is an easy way to reseed areas that died during the drought. • Incidence of scours in young animals is decreased. When bales of hay are placed in concentrated feeding areas, cows AVERITT offers CDL- A drivers a strong, stable, profitable career. Experienced drivers and recent grads, excellent benefits, weekly hometime. Paid training. 888-362-8608 AverittCareers.com Equal Opportunity Employer ANTEBELLUM Albe- marie Mansion on 200 acres. Totally restored . have to walk through mud to get historic landmark, can-..to feed. In many instances, didate for conservation MUD (mud, urine and dung) easement. $3,995,000.. splash onto their udders. When 540-448-0393 MULTI-FAMILY LAND - 7 acres zoned for 80 apartments or towns. All utilities. Mile to regional hospital, near 1-81/64. Walk to grocery store. 540-294- 2007. calves nurse, they automatically get a mouthful of MUD. This often leads to scours caused by E.Coli, rotavirus and coronavirus. Keeping udders clean and calves on dry ground greatly reduces the incidence of scours. ( • Manure is more evenly distributed on the pasture. The value of animal manures and their distribution over a farm cannot be overlooked. Over a year, a 1,100 pound cow will produce over 13 tons of manure. The nutrient analysis of cow manure per ton is 12-5-13. * If a cow is fed for 4.5 months during the winter, she will produce approximately 5 tons of manure. The analysis of 5 tons of manure would be 60- 25-65. Although some of the nitrogen will be lost as ammonia, all of the phosphorus .and potassium will be plant available. If this analysis was purchased at today's commercial prices, the manure from one cow is worth well over $75.00. Getting the manure evenly distributed on a farm will greatly improve productivity during the 40,000 SF Warehouse near Natural Bridge. Two dock doors, two drive-in doors, 24' ceilings, dust collection system, 5000SF office space. Financial incen- tives for customization. 540-487-0480. PREWASHED Adults Wrangler Denim Jeans $13.99 everyday Big M Store 762-5956 WISE COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS ........ One, two, three, four and some five BR apartments Big Stone Gap, Appal- next year. There are some days that setting bales out individually is best (raining, freezing/thawing/slick ground, 'etc.) Carefully evaluate field conditions when feeding during the winter• Donna Meade - Family and Consumer Sciences Long-distance Care Giving: Five Steps to Providing Effective Care Many people face many new Allow. your loved, ones to maintain as much independence as possible, in their life and direct their own care tbr Is long as possible. A'sk about care and living preferences and listen to explanations ' about needs and wants. Be sure to understand what is  expectod of you and others offering support. Assess the Situation: The second step in providing effect- tive care is to assess, preferably in person, the person's ability to complete his or her family challenges when caring for a routine and main.tain the home loved one who is no longer able environment• Use the Long- to manage life independently• distance-Care •Checklist .at the While the support provided may end of this publication as a guide allow older adults to remain for identifying potential areas of living in the community, it may needed support. During your also lead to increased levels of visit, be sure to set aide enough stress and strain for those time to discuss sensitive issues providing care. It might be such as financial and legal mat- helpful to acquaint yourself with ters. Ask questions about how five basic steps to providing the estate is being managed and efficient and effective care from by whom. a distance. Develop an Action Plan: Profile of Long-distanceDeveloping a plan for family Caregivers: Fifteen percent of care giving is the third step Call family caregivers are considered long-distance caregivers. That is, they live more than one hour's travel time from the person receiving their help (National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, 2004). Long-distance caregivers tend to be college- educated, between the ages of 35 and 64, and in excellent health. Most consider themselves secondary care providers who support a primary caregiver. Long-distance care may begin slowly with simple tasks a family meeting to discuss the care needed and identify the:type of help and resources each per- son is willing to provide. Shar- ing burdens and joys reduces caregiver fatigue and alleviates the pressure of feeling you are alone and have to do it all. Div- ide care responsibilities taking into account each person's; abil- ity to provide help; desire to help; distance from care rece'i- ver; time available; and access to resources. Knowledge and experience: such as listening to a problem Although a particular family over the telephone or helping member or friend may 'appear with household chores during a best suited to provide a specific visit. It can also start suddenly in type of support, ask about his or response to a medical crisis, her willingness and ability tO Regardless of how care begins, help and participate in the care-' the role of the long-distance giving plan. Everyone has caregiver is likely to evolve over competing demands on his or time as the needs of their loved her time and na one should be one change• forced to tak e on responsibilities Competing demands: he or she cannot handle. Quality Balancing family, work, and of care ultimately shffers' and care-giving can be stressful and family tensions increase Refrain time consuming, even from a from blaming those who decline distance. Because the ability to to offer assistance. As time goes provide direct care is limited, on, encourage everyone to ack- long-distance care-giving generally includes two primary activities: gathering information to inform decision making and coordinating care to ensure adequate help is provided (Rosenblatt and Van Steenberg, 2003). However, the average caregiver still travels over 700 miles a trip each month to nowledge when their circum- stances change so responsibili- ties can be shifted and shared. Maintain a Care-giving Notebook: The fourth step to effective care-giving is to create and maintain a earegiyer note- book. It is easier to providi assistance from afar if current medical information and care provide direct assistance in the resources are stored in one place home (National Alliance for and updatedregularly. The Caregiving and AARP, 2004). notebook should include a med- As a result, long-distance ical profile (with diagnoses), a caregivers face competing list of physicians' names and demands on their time, contact information, a list of resources, and family life current medication and dosages, including: increased periods of contact information for other time spent away from the family carers and neighbors, insurance (planned and unplanned); demands on personal time for resolving care-related issues; additional travel costs to spend time with loved one; lost wages from missing work; need for initiating back-up plans for child care; increased interactions with health providers to seek information; coordination of care services with informal and formal caregivers; and increased contact with sibling and other family members. Five Steps for Providing Effective Care: To ensure long- information, and information ab- out community support pro- grams in the area BySkeeping information organized in one place, it is easier to. find,needed information when coordinating care, speaking to medical per- sonnel, and responding to emer- gency situations. Communicate with F=mily: Finally, identify your own heeds, wants, and expectations in the caring relationshi p and commun- icate your thoughts feelings, and observations with other fam- ily members. Talking through distance care activities are an your frustrations with other efficient and effective use of family, members will relieve your time, energy, and resources, stress and tension and provide an implement the following five opportunity to share information steps for providing effective about the current care situation. care: ask what needs to be done, - As life situatiorls' change and the assess the situation, develop an care receiver's health improve's action plan, maintain a care- or declines, tlie five steps should giving notebook, and be revisited, ensuring continuity communicate with other family members. Ask What Needs to Be Done: The first step to providing appropriate and timely care starts with a frank discussion with the person needing help and assistance. Making assumptions about what a person needs only hampers the care-giving process and can create bad feelings that may ultimately impede care. and quality of care. If you have questions or are • interested in other human development • information on older adults and their families, contact the Vi'nia Cooperative Extension office (276-889- 8056). Fami!}, and Corlsumer Sciences agents .offer a variety of educational programs related to family life, personal fitness, nutrition, and food safetty. achia, Coebum, Pound, Wise, St. Paul. All fur- nished w/range and refrig- erator, central air & heat. Some with on site laundry and some with washer/ dryer hook ups. ADA1 accessibility. Rent basedl on income. Apply at WC-1 RHA central office M0n-Fri 1 8am-4:30pm. Closed Wed | to street traffic after 12 noon Apply online www wcrha.org To apply at other office locations and more info call (276)395- 6104 or (276)679-1139 Wise County Redevelop- ment & Housing Authority is an Eual Oooortunitv ene I, Classified advertising works...call 762-7671 11 ACRES in Rockbridge Co, beautiful meadow gently sloping to small stream. Some woods. Nice view. Lots of wildlife. Covenants. $89,900. Owner- financing. Owner/agent. 540-470-7579. Private 2-acre wooded homesite near Boones Mill in Franklin County. No money down, fixed rates, easy terms ! $49,900.434-444-5088. CAMPBELL County- gorgeous setting for your dream home, 3- acre homesite in the trees. A few minutes south of Lynchburg airport. Owner will • . ' . . . . finance. 434-444-5088. training. Fmancml md If. qualified, housing avail- SAWMILLS from only able - Job placement as, $3997.00 Make & Save sistance, SCHEV certj- Money with your own fled. CALL " AIM 888- bandmiil. Cut lumber 245-9553. , .- any dimension: In stock .... ' "' finance. $59,900. 434- ready to ship. FREE MEDICAL 'Careerl be-. 444-5088. lnfo/DVD: gin here - Train ON- W.W..w.NorwoodSawmilis LINE for Allied Hegh WOODED Land - 22.8 .corn 1-800-578-1363 and Medical Man.a- acres, perk approved, ext.''300N geme.=-Job_ plaeeh... state road frontage. 10 a. Compute.- available. Fing minutes from Rocky AIRLINE CAREERS if '=qualified. - :i S(lt"q'7 Mount and Smith begin here-Become an Mountain Lake. Only Aviation Maintenance certified: Call 888-351- $79,900 and owner v$ill Tech. FAA approved (Continuedonpage8j"i: