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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, March 23, 2017 Page 5 SPES Morning Mile for 3rd 9-weeks Everyone is invited to an Old Fashioned sin killing, devil chasing, soul refreshing, Holy Ghost Revival with Evangelist Donald Harding Jr. at the Church of the Most High God located at 3020 4th Ave, St. Paul Monday- Saturday, March 27 through April 1st at 6 p.m. nightly. Come expecting! St. Paul Elementary stu- 2nd: Jaydnelynn 89.5 miles lst: 624.1 dents have been racking up 3rd: Aaron 143.4 miles -2nd: 614.3 the miles during Morning highest in the school 3rd: 706.3 Mile. Listed below are (again!) 4th: 454.4 high mileage per student in 4th: Katelyn 86.7 miles 5th: 1016.6 - each grade and mileage per 5th: Cameron 113 miles the highest grade level. 6th: Anthony 89.7 miles (again!) SPES 3rd 9-weeks top 7th: Camren 53.6 6th: 527.2 mileage (as of 03/10/2017) 8th: Christopher45,2 miles 7th: 187.1 PreK: Noah 76.5 miles Total miles per grade: 8th: 279.2 K: Nick 103 miles PreK: 150.9 5095.5 miles as 1 st: Klhoe 80 miles K: 535.4 date grade with mileage a school to SWCC Family Day set for April 8 Southwest Virginia Community College will be hosting Family Day on Saturday, April 8 in Dellinger Hall. Anyone interested in taking classes at SWCC is welcome to attend as the program will feature important tips on Financial Aid, Dual Enrollment, Admissions and more. Parents are invit- ed to attend and will receive tips on how to 'launch' and support a suc- cessful college student. Registration will open at 9:30am with the pro- gram starting at 10:00am. Lunch will be provided for all participants, along with the opportunity to win a credit-based scholarship to SWCC. Participants will also hear a presentation on non-traditional program and career selection con- sideration featuring a local success story. Following lunch, staff advisors will be on hand to assist students with financial aid and course registration for Summer and Fall 2017. For more information, please contact the Student Success office at 276.964.7675. This event is sponsored by Carl Perkins grant and SWCC's President's office. Russell County Extension News The Russell County Unit of the Virginia Tech and Virginia State Extension Division presents this week's Extension News. Extension Calendar of Events: March 23 Russell County Cattlemen's Association- GRANT REQUIRED Russell County Gov't Center - 6:30 pm March 25 BCIA Bull Sale - 12 noon Umberger Test Facility - Exit 79 - Wytheville, VA March 25 Community Resources for Woodland Owners: Learn how to save money on taxes, earn money from timber, & improve woods. Heartwood Gallery - Abingdon, VA March 27 VQA Feeder Calf Sale Russell County Extension Office - 6 pm March 28 "Back to the Basics" Registered Bull Sale Tri-State Market - Abingdon, VA - 7 pm April 3 VQA Steer Delivery Tri-State Market -Abingdon, VA April 5 VQA Heifer Delivery Tri-State Market - Abingdon, VA If you need information about any of the listed events, please call the Extension Office at (276) 889-8056 or check Virginia Cooperative Extension - Russell County on Facebook. SCOTT JESSEE - AGRICULTURE "Back to the Basics" Registered Bull Sale The Abingdon Feeder Cattle Association is sponsoring a registered bull sale on Tuesday, March 28th at 7:00 pm at the Tri-State Market. The "Back to the Basics" Sale will feature registered, home-raised Angus, Hereford, Gelbvieh, Lim-Flex, Simmental, and Simm-Angus bulls. Sale eligible animals meet the following cri- teria: Good conformation - Structurally sound (feet, legs, etc.) as determined by VDACS graders and the sale committee Reproductive soundness as determined by pre-breeding exam Moderate in frame size (extremely large and small bulls eliminated) Growth EPDS - All bulls selling meet minimum genetic requirements for the Virginia Quality Assured (VQA) Program Vaccinated for: Clostridials, Viruses, Pasteurella, & dewormed. Good disposition Bulls suitable for breeding heifers will be available. None of the animals have participated in a formal "gain / performance test." All bulls are in "good order" and considered excellent potential breeders. The "Back to the Basics" Sale offers a good selection of farm ready bulls from reputable breeders. Catalogs are available at the Extension Office, Livestock Market, Farm Stores, etc. Sale catalogs and videos are listed on Facebook under the Abingdon Feeder Cattle Association. For more information, please contact the Extension Office (889-8056). Russell County Cattlemen's Association The next meeting of the Russell County Cattlemen's Association will be held on Thursday, March 23rd at 6:30 pm at the Russell County Conference Center in Lebanon. This session will focus on forage production and your attendance will satisfy the requirements necessary to apply for the NEW GRANT - The Southwest Virginia Forage Enhancement Project. At the meeting we will discuss: Weed Control - life cycles, species, impacts on grazing Sprayer and Application Technology - drift reduction nozzles, wick appli- cations, guidance technology, and evaluating conditions before spraying. Making High Quality Hay and Baleage -, fertility management, harvest timing, hay wrapping basics (moisture necessary for ensiling, minimal soil in hay, etc). Dinner will be served ($5 / person). Everyone is welcome to attend! If you would like to come, please contact the Extension Office so we can prepare the food. (276.889.8056) The Russell County Extension Unit -- Cornelia Estep, Scott Jessee, Donna Meade and Bill Worrell -- is located on 135 Highlands Drive, Lebanon, VA. Check out the Virginia Cooperative Extension Website at www.ext.vt.edu/ One of the many great blue herons that calls Oxbow Lake and the Clinch River "home." This photo was taken by Connie Molinary on the morning of March 16th when the temperature was an unseason- ably chilly 14 degrees. Unlike most of us, the heron didn't seem to mind the cold weather. Science Pre-med programs available at S.WCC The Wise County DUI Arrest. Sheriff's Office reports the Civil Process Served: following activities for the 513 Civil Papers period of 03/06/2017 Traffic Accidents: 4 through 03/12/2017. 11 Additional Criminal Wise Central Dispatch Investigations were initiat- .......... received a total of 1,553 ed and 23 Cleared by ti!} " ] calls for this seven-day Arrest., period. Sheriffs Office provid- Of the total calls ed 256 man-hours of Court received 294 were dis- Room Security. Zane McReynolds graduated in May 2007 from SWCC with Associate Of Arts and Sciences degree with a major in Science and a Pre-Medical specializa- tion. Dr. McReynolds is from Lebanon. Have you checked out the Southwest Virginia Community College Science Pre-med website and looked through the available pro- grams, services and articu- lation agreements? Go ahead, http://sw.edu/sci- ence-math-dept/. Take the next step and talk to Science Pre-med advisor, Professor Georgia Householder, about the many career pathways that start at SWCC. 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