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P' Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, March 7, 2013 ./ DRESS UP .... The St. Paul Elementary Pre-K class has been studying about life in the country and the city. They dressed up as country folk on February 15 after talking •about life in the country and then had a "fancy day" on February 22 after talking about life in the city. The children had a great time! CHS Forensics Team Region D Runner-Up Congratulations to the Cas- tlewood Blue Devil Forensics Team who earned the title of Region D Runner-Up on Sat- urday, March 2"a, at Honaker High School. The Blue Devils finished second among nineteen schools in the regional com- petition. Ten Blue Devils will ad- vance to the State Championship Humorous Interpretation her Bates (Fourth Place in Joe Bailey and Makayla Poetry); and Alex Summers Salyer, Second Place in Serious (Fourth Place in Storytelling) Duo will represent Castlewood High Tiffany Casteel, Third Place School as alternates in the State in Humorous InterpretationChampionship. Tori Mays, Third Place in The team is coached by Serious Interpretation Pamela Roberson. Tori Lane and Bridgette Congratulations to the Blue McCarty, Third Place in Serious Devil Forensics Team on their Duo outstanding performances! at Harrisonburg High School onDalton Addington (Fourth March 23 a: Megan Hall, First Place in Place in Original Oratory); Am- March GED by Nicole Hagen Thursday, March 7: varsity online test for English 8 and girls basketball against East English 11 Rockingham at Siegel Center in Wednesday, March 27: Richmond at 11:00 am; Career Fair for grades 10 and 11 test & exam in Wise County The Regional Adult Edu- cation Program of Lee, Scott, Wise & Norton Public Schools offers the Official Practice GED Test (OPT) on-demand at all local Adult Education classes. This is a free 4 hour test that is Sunday, March 10: Daylight Savings Time begins; Monday, March 11 : JV baseball at Clintwood at 5:00 pm; varsity b seball home against Clintwood at 5:00 pro; Visit the Castlewood High scored immediately. Adults that School Library and check out the pass the OPT receive a free GED following book, The Stone Exam which now costs $58. Call Forest by Karen Harper. One 877 RACE 2 GED warm night sixteen years ago, (877.722.3243) or 276.386.2433 sisters Jenna and Amanda Kirk to schedule a time to take the JV softball at Clintwood at 5:00 disappeared. Days later, Jenna practice test. pro; varsity softball home was found wandering alone, with The GED Exam will be given against Clintwood at 5:00 pm; no memory of what hap- Wednesday, March 13: JV pened...and no knowledge of on Saturday, March 16 at the Wise Adult Learning Center, Bingo &Bake Sale . baseball at Honaker at 4:30 pm; her sister's fate. While the girls' Building J. Testing will begin at JV softball, at Honaker at 4:30 mother spun the tragedy into 8 a.m. Call Karen Whitt at Fry There will be a Benefit Rock, Arkansas. In aneffort to March is Social pro; varsity softball home political victory by becoming the Hall at 328-8612 for more Bingo & Bake Sale on Saturday, alleviate some of the financial ....... against Honaker at 4:30 pm;state's first female lieutenant information or to register. CMarch 9 at 2:00 pm at the burden of these trips, herfriends Work Month varsity baseball home against governor, Jerma became over-In addition, the Regional ii elebration Center on Broad are hosting this benefit. Gener- Total Home Care & Hospice Haysi at 5:00 pro; whelmed by nightmares and Friday, March 15: JV guilt. Now, desperate to uncover Adult Education Program offers i treet in St. Paul. ' pus donations.' have been. . .made commends this year's National base ll at Lebanon at 5:00 pro; the truth about what happened free Adult Education classes throughout the region to prepare Karen Johnson Neece was from busll!,~~ and lndwld ls-. Association of Social Work JV s' ltball at Lebanon at 5:00 that night, Jenna returns to Stone adults for the GED Exam. For • ; eently diagnosed with Multiple as exceptiona!iprizes. : i theme of "Weaving Resilience & pm; varsiity baseball home County. details call Amy at 877 RACE 2 i[Myeloma (a blood cancer). InJoin us fun fter- Advocacy". Hospice Social a'gainst Le banorr at 5:00 pro; The Castlewood High School ?iaddition to her local medical noon of bingo, fellowship and a Workers care for the patient and varsity softball home against breakfast and lunch menus can GED (877.722.3243) or in Scott ( eatment, she must make sev- friend apple pie (or another of the family as one unit of care. Lebanon at 5:00 pm be found on the school web site Co., 276.386.2433 or go to :’ral, frequent trips to Little the scrumptious offerings)!! They provide support expressly Thursday, March 7: report at www.russell.kas.va.us/chs, www.race2ged.org.__ Lay tailored to the patient's needs and cards for the 4th six weeks will Sports schedules can also Ibe S Hardware Center for the wishes Total Home Care & be sent home; found [at Hospice wishes to recognize the Tuesday, March 19- Wed- http://www.cumberlanddistric va Art dul contribution of all Social Work- nesday, March 2? SOL writing .org. . _ . ." s announces sche e ers! To learn more about social " • • • ° ° ......... " ° • Coming up at Lays Hardware bluegrass, 7:00 pm, $5/adults, workers visit Sh ow .... Center for the Arts located at $1/children 6-12, under 6 ad- www.helpstartshere.org! This article is fourth in a Degree in Civil Engineering. Co•burn: March 8: Charlie Marshall For more information about Every Thursday night, Jam Band Hospice and Palliative Care series of articles provided by the Mr. Widener strongly encour- .'. Stadilll . l Tllsalr s . ." contact Total Home Care & Castlewood High School Future ages students who are planning • Move Hothne - Sessions, 6:30-10:30 (doors March 15: Raisin Cain Hos"ice 616 Wood Avenue Bi- Business Leaders of America to pursue a career in this field to Located in Downtown Norton. VA open at 6:00). No charge for featuring the Center Stage v , .... . nortonelnema.eom • Stone GaD VA 24219 1-276- (FBLA) Partnership with Busl- focus on Science and Math • ,,,,, ° admission. Open to musicians Cloggers 523-4515 or toll free a't 1-866- hess Committee with a focus on during their high school and : and snectators. March 22: Hollow Ground Every Friday night, Live March 29: Bluegrass Circle 523-9771. Total Home Care & job shadowing opportunities college career. During the visit .'/ 1." Hospice has 6 office locations with local businesses. CHS stu- Carter learned that the average •/ OZ:THeemEb_T_ POWER k I° I I throughout southwest Virginia. dents have been able to learn salary in our area in the field of "tl nAIl .7 I1: MEDICAL CAREERS BEGIN HERE I . T | .1 l 1-~ about careers in our local area as en zineerin=z ran=zes between :/I :a -z;60 PM I1 : Ii Train ONLiNE for Ailied Health and Medical Management. I Hey K1QS! t ecome they experience firsthand, dif- $50,000 and $130,000 per year : ferent work environments, skdls with some etroleum en lneers •// 3D1 -13 / - I Job placement assistance. Financial Aid if qualified. I " " " p g • [ JIIM~KI"HEr ~NT SLAYER ]° I SCHEV authorized. I a Star Reader needed, and daily routines for earning up to S155,000 a year. "/ [ .... .DAILY_Tfl0 PM L. 1 r fi 1 nal ~l~ll ~UPI IZ ~JU • / UU HVI - : : : .r enerall includes • Children can become StarInca p o ess'o s. The caree g y " • :i I Call 888-354-9917 I Readers at the J Fred Mat|hews This past week, CHS juniorcompetitive insurance, retire- -I ESC/ -E.-.,.- .qMP I'AANET ° :: I www.CenturaOnline.com I Memorial Library Stop by the Tyler Carter visited Thompson ment, and benefits packages. :/I 1: i il Centura I - ......... ............ hbrary andp ckup a reading log. and Litton in Wise, Virginia.. Currently, a career m engine- •° • Read 50 books and you will T&L serves the community ering provides semi-flexible ~ SAFE HAVENPG-la ° become a Star Reader Get your through its team of Engineers, work schedules. Technological I DA1~-7~15-9!~PM I' P P I COLLEGE I picture in the pa er, wind rize Architects, Surveyors, and Plan- advances provide the ability for • ". and have your oicture t ut on our hers. Carter shadowed Gregory some engineers to work from • "_ wall of Star Readers 'For more D. Widener P.E. and his fellow home. ,] THE I.AST_EXORCISM PT II ] : information about this program team members. Mr. Widener isa Mr. Widener shared with : I nA,,v-s'nn-~7";~-n:45PM I : stop by the libra or call 276 1988 graduate of Virginia Tech Tyler that the most rewarding ." [ ] -" ry - . " 762-9702 He earned a Bachelor of Science part of his job wa's being able to ; t:au. vu ....... , see your work complete in the" ...................... : IR - ELL COUNTY CAREER ' real world The most stressful- I ........ ......... I: USS • ". • • • In&[ TECHNOLOGY CENTER I part of his job .s meetmg str.ct : : I' I deadlines. ' . • SCHOOL Or PRACX CAL 1 ..... ! ! l' [ The future outlook for this . . NURSING ca • [ 'O7i 7 / NURSING [ veer field is promising due to • . ..... "-, the fact that the increase in • ° ....... : D~D MAN DOWN R : • l- /3 technology drives the demand f ........... . ....... / I ar,. .._. F l..~l 1~1 ~, IT ISNOWTIMETOAPPLYFoRTHE I for advanced structures. Mr.-" / LS~'t'-L~ur~IUt~;.0/0OU2"3~):UUh";~t [: " milton Pharmalk ? IIDEGREE ---" 2013-2014 LPN CLASS. I Widener feels that currently [ 7:30 "10:00" J I: lli’l C a] , " I there are most engineering posi- : SNrI'CH PG 13 " : "• F~- t/'~ /~/ "~ APPMCATIONSMAYBE PICKEDUP | tions available than the current : [ m,,v. 4.30o7.00:9.45PM / • -Z U H ~" .... ouch Home Medic , " V " FATagCACT C oO VAr 40..0 ) O. |college gradu'ates to ill] these " / /: : li 2VEARPROGRAMi wsn'ouRWE SlrEaV: " IJ°bs" Mr. Widener also shared - [ 7:00-g:45PMJ : Our pharmacy will compete with the big boys. • ..... se,,. XZ,a.us/rcctc/, U/tP .,tm | that after you are an experienced "• f ,DENTrrVTH,EF n • ......... I engineer you can take the "./ DAILY:4:30" 7:15° 9:30 PM / " PIINAINE21AL ~ ' ' • • SAT-SUN" 12"00 - 4"30 • [i Plus we have jewelry and watches also a " I Professional Engmeermg Exam : / 715"9:30 RVI" / - wide selection needed of much $1 items! AVAILABLE EXC PTIO m • • li ASSISTANCE r NAL l to become a Professional En- o L : " : J . [ g' eer (P.E.). After becoming a • f ESeA FROnTH t- Er ) • I: liWe are buying gold and coins. Top dollar paid! BOARD PASS RATE I P.E. may earn up to 15% pay - | DAILY: 7:15 PM / • JOB MARKET I increase at some engineering * /SAI-SUN 12:15 • 2:30 • 1:15 PMJ • EXCELLENT : , Ifirms. ."" . Layaway jewelry for your special occasions! " " • f DARK SKIES PG-'3 | • ....................... I The Castlewood High School • / DALLY' 9.30 PM / • COMPLETED APPLICATIONS Partnershl w o I, J . I, . COMPETITIVE NED N i I 'p ith Business • • • ...... : ....... ** i! Couch Home Medical SALARY SHOULD BE RETU O I Committee would like to thank LATER THAN 4:00 PM FRIDAY I Thompson and Litton again for APRIL 19, 2013 I their support in preparing youth ~ can provtde you with all your ._,__.___ .... :::: ............ l for a better understanding of lmUpnuuu RCCTC t .....home medical needs, sS -dSS0 I career opportunities in our local (276) 304CAREER TECH DRIVE I area Corner of 4th Avenue and Russell St P.O. BOX 849 I " Ph276-762.9080 Fax 276-762-9081 I LEBANON, VA. 24266 ] ,