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={ :;:w RECEIVING AWARD...Daniei Mason is pictured receiving his award from Matthew Miller, Extension Agent in Wythe County. Daniel Mason receives Southwest Ag Association's Outstanding 4-H Youth Award Daniel Mason was recog- nized by the Southwest Virginia Agricultural Association as the Outstanding 4-H Youth Award Winner at their annual meeting on Saturday, March 5. Daniel has actively partici- pated in both the Castlewood High School 4-H Stockman's Club and the Russell County 4-H Stockman's Club for five years. His enthusiasm for these clubs has encouraged others to join and to take part. He plans on attending Virginia Tech and continuing his formal education in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. i BERRY BREAKFAST ROLLS 1 refrigerated cinnamon rolls with icing (8 in can) + 1 cup fresh blueberries 1/3 cup blu. eberry preserves . 1 teaspoon finely shredded " lemon peel + cup chopped pecans Grease muffin pans. Cut eaGh cinnamon roll in half. Press each : roll in bottom and halfway up + sides of muffin cups. Mix toget- ", her blueberries, preserves and lemon peel. Spoon filling into . muffin cups. Sprinkle with nuts. ., Bake 375 for 12 minutes or un- til golden. Cool in cups. In a bowl stir a little milk into pack- aged icing to make a drizzling consistency. Drizzle over rolls. ': CHOCOLATE CHIP PIE v 2 eggs , . ...... cup flour cup sugar cup brown sugar 1 cup butter 1 (6 oz.) pkg. chocolate chips 1 cup chopped nuts 1 (9 inch) unbaked pie shell Melt and cool butter. Beat , eggs until foamy. Beat in flour and sugar. Blend in butter, chips and nuts. Pour in shell. Bake 325 for 1 hour. PORK CHOPS AND RICE 1 cup uncooked rice 1 can cream of mushroom soup 4 to 6 pork chops 1 Can water salt and pepper to taste PUt rice in bottom of greased 9x13" baking dish. Place pork chops on top. Mix soup, water, salt and pepper in bowl. Pour over chops. Cover with foil and bake 350 for 1 hour. This is also good with boneless chicken thighs. KIELBASA DELIGHT 3 lb. kielbasa sausage 1. (20 oz.) can crushed pine- apple in heavy syrup 1 (12 oz.) bottle chili sauce cup brown sugar Cut sausage into bite-size pieces and spread in single layer in baking dish. Combine pme- apple, chili sauce and brown sugar. Pour over sausage. Bake 325 for 1 hours, basting frequently. Chamber accepting nominations for 2011 Small Year Award The Wise County/City of Norton Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for the 2011 Small Business of the Year Award which will be presented at the Chamber's Business Appreciation Salute on May 5. To qualify for the award, nominee must have been in business in Wise County or the City of Norton for at least one year and have less than ten em- ployees. Nominee must reflect quality and dedication in their business operations. Nominee must have displayed a spirit of community involvement by making contributions, either per- Business of the sonally or professionally, of their time and/or support of com- munity, civic, or professional organizations. Nominee does not have to be a Wise County/City of Norton Chamber of COm- merce member to be considered. Nomination forms are available at the Wise County Chamber of Commerce located at 765 Park Avenue in Norton. Anonymous nominations will not be considered. The com- pleted nomination form must be completed, signed, and returned by April 18, 2011! For more information please call 276-679- 0961 or email: Subscribe today to the Clinch Valley Times [ 762-7671 I 00/VirginiaTech Invent the Foture THE COLLECTOR'S CORNER By_J00MMy Tin cans, tin boxes, or whatever one wishes to call them, many of them have been around for years. Napoleon in his day offered a reward to any- one who could develop a safe way to preserve food for his , Army to eat. The tin can did not come into every day use in this country until the early years of 1900. Dagget and Kensett patented their containers in the 1920's, after that many other companies began manufacturing all sorts of tin cans for different things. Tins were made to keep biscuits, coffee, tobacco and to keep perishables fresh, whatever type of tin was needed it was made. Many of the eye catching tins that are old are very collectible today, Allen's food Talcum, price Local physician certification The American Board of Family Medicine is pleased to announce the successful com- pletion of its Certification Exam- ination by Paul Arthur Phillips, DO. Board certification confers a standard of excellence in knowledge and practice to phy- sicians who not only certify via the examination process, but who also work diligently on the maintenance of these skills dur- ing the seven-year cycle between examinations. To achieve recertification by the ABFM, a family physician must verify the completion of 300 hours of acceptable contin- uing medical education over the past six years; possess a full and unrestricted license to practice medicine in the United States; and successfully complete a one- day, written examination of med- ical knowledge and problem- solving abilities. This examination covers the disciplines of the specialty including, but not limited to: adult medicine; care of newborns, infants, children and adolescents; maternity and John Henry Smith Smith receives award Smithfield Farm (John Henry Smith) was recognized by the Southwest Virginia Agricultural Association as the General Farm Management Award Winner at their annual meeting on Saturday, March 5. John Henry presented infor- mation about farm history and production practices to the assembly. He received a plaque and monetary award from the association. Virginia Cooperative Extension A oartnershi, o of Virgk}ia Tech and Virginia State University Backyard Growers Workshop Educational Oppommitics tbr Home (;ardeilei's Basic Soil Fertility Variety Selection Disease Management Gardening Pointers/Opportunities Raffle of Gardening Items March 21; 2011 6:00 p.m. fill 8:00 p.m. Old Hotel Norton across from the Coeld Progress in Downtown Norton Free & Open to the Public Call Wise County Extension Office for more information or to register at (276) 328-6194  Virg!ni,,,ac!} V!rgin!a+Cooperative Ex+ te.+s!on range, $8-$10, American Eagle sample tin, $100-$150 in mint condition. Belfast Tobacco tin rectangular, $20-$25, Big Ben Tobacco can $15-$20, nice biscuit tin cans are scarce and will sell high at a retail price. Negro Butler, Southern Biscuit Co., from the 1920's $30-$35. Biscuit tin box made in the shape of a fiddle, by Macflarne Lang & Company, early 1900's, $30-$35. Boker Coffee can with screw off lid, price range, $12- $15, Columbia Carbo Co. typewriter ribbon tin box, $8- $10, Giant Salted Peanuts, Man with a club, 10 lb. can price, $75-$100. Price guides are just a guide, nothing more, collectibles are worth only what the buyer is willing to give and what price the seller will take. achieves board gynecological care; community medicine; care of the older pat- ient; human behavior and mental health; and care of the surgical patient. The American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM), one of twenty-four Member Boards of the American Board of Med- ical Specialties, is the second largest medical specialty board in the United States. Founded ,in 1969, it is a voluntary, not-for-profit, private organization whose purposes in- clude improving the quality of medical care available to the public, establishing and main- taining standards of excellence in the specialty of Family Medi- cine; improving the standards of medical education for training in Family Medicine, and deter- mining by evaluation the fitness of specialists in Family Med- icine who apply for and hold certificates. Additional information re- garding the American Board of Family Medicine may be obtained from its website at CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, March 17, 2011 Page S MEOC Walkathon May 1st Mountain Empire Older or more to the tundrmsmg Citizens, Inc. has kicked off its efforts will be designated as fundraising for the 35  Annual Mountain Empire Older Citizens Walkathon, an annual event which raises money for the Em- ergency Fuel Fund for the Eld- erly, with a donation from Old Dominion Power. Represent- atives from Old Dominion Pow- er Company recently presented members of the MEOC Board of Directors with a check in the amount of $5,000 to go towards its goal of raising $155,000 on Walkathon Sunday. The 35  annual event will be held on Sunday, May 1 at Powell Valley High School in Big Stone Gap beginning at 2 p.fn. For the past thirty-four years, concerned community members of all ages have gathered on the first Sunday afternoon in May for the annual walkathon. MEOC and its community part- ners are in the midst of planning for this very important event and are issuing a call for help to make this year's walkathon the most successful one ever. The Emergency Fuel Fund for the.Elderly at MEOC assists older people with emergency home-heating situations during the winter months. It assists people sixty (60) years of age or older in the counties of Wise, Lee and Scott and the City of Norton. Funds for the Emer- gency Fuel Fund come solely from donations, contributions and fundraising events. With their donation of $5,000, Old Dominion Power Company has secured their soot on the MEOC Walkathon t-shirt. Any business, group or or- ganization that donates $5,000 community sponsors. Their name and logo will appear on the back of the event t-shirt and they will receive free advertising on the Mountain Empire Transit buses. Make plans now to join the community on Sunday, May 1 st at 2 p.m. at Powell Valley High School for the 35  annual MEOC Walkathon to benefit the Emergency Fuel Fund for the Elderly. People of all ages from all across Southwest Virginia will gather at PVHS to parti- cipate in a 10 kilometer walk (6.2 miles). Every cent raised will be used next winter to help our older friends and neighbors in the City of Norton and the cmmties of Wise, Lee and e,tt IO participate as a walker, contact MEOC to get your pled- ge form. We will immediately send walkathon forms to you so that you can begin collecting your pledges. -Walkathon Day is a huge event for Mountain Empire Older Citizens and the region we serve. We so very much need your assistance with this event in order to help our older friends and neighbors next winter. Every cent raised is paid directly to fuel vendors to heat the homes of elderly people who do not have sufficient monthly checks to cover their most basic needs. We hope to hear from you very soon. For more information about how to get involved in this year's Walkathon or how to be- come a community sponsor, contact MEOC at 276-523-4202 or 1-800-252-6362. 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