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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, March 23, 2017 Page 7~ United Way of Southwest Virginia 2017 Impact Awards -. J United Way of Southwest Virginia celebrated the com- United Way and their year-round commitment to the Com- Community Scholars Program. The Next Generation; panies and individuals whose contributions to the organi- munity. Appalachian Power supports United Way gener- Award recognizes and encourages the philanthropists of, zation in 2016 had a direct impact on the lives of working ously through their workplace campaign and sponsorships tomorrow who are already serving others in their commu- families in Southwest Virginia. of events, but also provides volunteers for United Way nity today. United Way of Southwest Virginia acknowledged indi- event planning committees and has representation on the United Way of Southwest Virginia also honored the~ viduals, employee groups, corporations and volunteers United Way Board of Directors. 2016 Corporate Partners, including Food City, Universal who lent their outstanding support to the campaign, The Community Partner of the Year Award was pre- Fibers, and Utility Trailer, as well as the 2016 Media impact initiatives, and volunteerism efforts, sented to the Virginia Early Childhood Foundation. The Partners, including FM94, WCYB, and the Bristol Herald United Way of Southwest Virginia brings together the. Virginia Early Childhood Foundation provides substan- Courier. Food City is a key partner of United Way and is people and organizations necessary to create solutions to tive leadership and drives innovative initiatives to ensure one of the go-to companies in the community when there Southwest Virginia's most pressing challenges. This that Virginia's children enter kindergarten healthy and is a need. Food City truly embodies what it means to be couldn't continue without ongoing growth from annual ready to learn. The VECF supports United Way of a community partner. Each team member at Universal employee campaigns. The 2016 Top Giver Award was Southwest Virginia's Early Education work by funding Fibers is encouraged to support United Way through their presented to Utility Trailer Glade Spring and Utility Smart Beginnings and Virginia Quality. workplace campaign, but Universal Fibers takes it a step Trailer Atkins the companies with the highest total cam- The Women of Distinction Award winner was Tammy further and encourages their employees to volunteer with paign giving. Ammen. This honor is awarded to women who have the organization as much as possible. Utility Trailer of Grayson County, Virginia and Mohawk Industries empowered others to give of themselves through their both Atkins and Glade Spring support United Way, realiz- received Growth & Innovation Awards. The growth and leadership in the community. Serving as a role model for ing the lives that are changed in the communities that are innovation award recognizes organizations or companies other successful women, Mrs. Ammen spearheaded shaped through their investment. that have generated an increase of at least 50% in their efforts that brought United Way of Southwest Virginia The Volunteer of the Year in Education award went to workplace campaign over the previous year through their new donors and provided legacy support for the Kent Berryman. The Volunteer of the Year in Financial forward-thinking and creativity. Backpacks Unite program. Stability was presented to Virginia Cooperative Extension The Spirit of the Community Award was presented to Dr. Berkley Clear accepted the Next Generation Award - Southwest District. The Volunteer of the Year in Health Appalachian Power for their outstanding support of on behalf of the Washington County Virginia Schools award recipient was Chris Owens. We are pledged to the letter and spirit FOR SALE: 5 of Virginia's and piece solid oak bed- HUD's equal room suite, perfect opportunity hous- condition. Clean. ing policies.$500 firm. Call Virginia's fair housing law makes 276-701-5911. it illegal to adver- 3-23-1tcg tise any preference, limitation or dis-S IDE B Y S IDE criminati0n based Mausoleum Spaces on race, color, reli- with complete gion, national ori- package available gin, sex, elderly-inside Valley View ness, familial status Mausoleum at or handicap, This Temple Hill newspaper will not knowingly accept Cemetery. Call advertising for real 276-701:2370. estate that violates 3-2-4tpd the fair housing law. Our readers FO UR CEM, E- are hereby TERY LOTS For informed that all Sale at Temple Hill dwellings adver- Cemetery. $1,000 tised in this news- each Or Best Offer. paper are available Call 467-2562 or on an equal oppor- tunity basis. For 467-1425. more information 3-23:4tpd about Virginia's Fair Housing Law Services or to file a fair housing complaint,COREY'S LAWN call the Virginia Fair Housing CARE, LLC Office at (804) 367- Offering lawn care, 8530. Toll free call landscaping, tree (888) 551-3247. service and hard- For the hearing scaping for 13 impaired, call (804) years. Licensed & 527-4290. Insured. Call for free estimates (276) Mobile Homes 9 7 1 - 1 9 5 2 for Rent m/coreyslawncare- F O R R E N T : andhardscapes mobile homes. 3 3-16-4tcg BR. Located in St. Paul. VA Reference and deposit required. No pets. Call 276-762-7159. 12-1 -tfncg Miscellaneous for Sale BARNETTE BEEF LLC. USDA Inspected Beef for sale by side of beef or 1 whole beef. Our price for hang- ing weight is $3.90 per hanging weight pound, plus tax for all standard cuts. That is all you pay, we pay all process- ing charges and fees. Beef will be 'aged 14 days in cli- mate control envi- ronment, inspected by USDA. cut into cuts you desire (steaks, roast, ground beef, etc.) vacuum packed and frozen before deliv- ery and/or pick-up. Contract must be made ahead because we can only sell according to our supply - so Plan Ahead and Call Soon!!! 276- 346-4642" ask for DWAIN B AR- NETTE 3-23-1tpd Card of Thanks THANK YOU We would like to thank each of you for your prayers, kind words, food and flowers you gave us in the time- of our lose of Gaynell. Thanks to the staff of Maple Grove for taking such good care of our sister, Gaynell Cook. May God bless each of you! Bobble. Elsie. Tommy & Wanda 3-23-1 tpd Notice NOTICE OF BUDGET COM- MITTEE WORK- SHOP THERE WILL BE A BUDGET & FINANCE COM- MITTEE WORK- SHOP HELD AT 4:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY. MARCH 28, 2017 AT THE TOWN HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS LOCATED AT 16531 RUSSELL ST., ST. PAUL. VIRGINIA. THE PURPOSE OF THE MEETING IS TO REVIEW BUDGET REQUESTS FOR THE 2017-18 BUDGET YEAR. 3-23-1 tcgL Notice TRUSTEE'S SALE OF 11617 ELM HILL ROAD, POUND, VA 24279. In execution of a certain Deed of Trust dated October 13, 2005, in the original principal amount of $69,000.00 record- ed in the Clerk's Office, Circuit Court for Wise County, Virginia as Instrument No. 200504795 The undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at public auction in the front of the Circuit Court build- ing for Wise County and the City of Norton, 206 East Main Street, Wise, Virginia on April 4, 2017 , at 11:00 AM. the property described m said Deed of Trust, located at the above address, and more particularly described as fol- lows: ALL THAT CERTAIN TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND BEING A BOUNDARY SURVEY" OF A 1.386 ACRE PAR- CEL BEING PART OF THE BRUCE FLEMING AND CHRISTINE FLEMING PAR- CEL (DEED BOOK 411, PAGE 338) SITUATED ON THE WATERS OF MILL CREEK OF THE POUND RIVER IN THE ROBERSON MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT OF WISE COUNTY, VIRGINIA AND FURTHER DESCRIBED WITH ASTRO- NOMICAL BEAR- INGS AS FOL- LOWS: BEGIN- NING AT AN IRON PIN SET ON THE NORTH SIDE OF AN EXISTING ROAD BEARING USING ASTRONOMI- CAL BEARINGS N 61 DEGREES 18"12" E 18.46" FROM AN IRON PIN FOUND AT THE SOUTH- EAST CORNER OF THE RONNIE HENSLEY AND SHAWN HENS- LEY PARCEL (DEED INSTRU- MENT NUMBER 200304697); THENCE WITH TWENTY-ONE LINES CREAT- ING A DIVISION LINE THROUGH THE BRUCE FLEMING AND CHRISTINE FLEMING PAR- CEL (DEED BOOK 411, PAGE 338) THENCE N 21 DEGREES 30"57"W 37.50" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE N 51 DEGREES OPEN HOUSE: Sunday, March 26, 2pm-5pm One level brick ranch for sale located at 132 Duff Circle in Castlewood, VA. Home features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. 1,372 sq. ft. Home has been remodeled. New laminate flooring. New metal roof. Laundry room, Large open kitchen. 18ftx8ft back deck. Flat yard. 0.38 acres. Built in 1976. Asking price: $116,500. Seller offering $2,000 towards buyer's closing ousts. BLUE RIDEGE REALTY Mark R Harrison. Sales A 0c markhamsonho .com Stonebriar Accepting Applications Newly re:~mvated / and 2 bedroom m~J~s Rent based o1~ income Smoke free property Utilities paid Apply at ~Vise County Redevelopmen~ & I{ Anthority ce.~,tra.1 office a~ ~ 07 Litehf:ield Stree~ NW Coebm-m VA24230 Call 395..6 t04o 762..5624 or 762--0~_22 CUMBERLAND MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD SERVING INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL HEALTH. INTELLECTUAL DI,.~BILtTtES AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS CMCSB is currently accepting applications for various positions within our organization. Qualifications for these positions vary, depending upon the posted position, and may include High School Diploma, Associate Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree ~nd licensed postttons~ Please visR our website at www~cn)~sh, t~om for more information on our organization, and to view details of em ptoyment opportunities. CMCSB is an Equal Opportunity Employer. I I ul 56"28"W 74.07" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE N 25 DEGREES 05" 57" W 27.53" .TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE N 11 DEGREES 04"45" E 43.21" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE N 30 DEGREES 14"58" W 116.47" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE N 38 DEGREES 01"08" W 63.17" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE N 57 DEGREES 22"49" W 100.91" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE N 19 DEGREES 50"16" W 119.79" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE N 47 DEGREES 20"00"W 216.03" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE N 13 DEGREES 27"41"E 40.63 TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE S 47 DEGREES 21"59"E 89.28" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE S 65 DEGREES 24" 14" E 93.25" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE S 58 DEGREES 54"12" E 106.35" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE S 54 DEGREES 47" 15" E 79.36" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE S :49 DEGREES 11"27" E 113.17" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE S 42 DEGREES 12"35" E 138.39" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE S 23 DEGREES 26"35" E 120.32" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE S 00 DEGREES 09"05" E 37.36" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE S 22 DEGREES 56"49" W 45.28" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE S 27 DEGREES 25"36"E 41.42" TO AN IRON PIN (SET); THENCE S 54 DEGREES 09"02"W 36.11" TO THE BEGIN- NING, CONTAIN- ING 1.386 ACRES, MORE OR LESS AS SHOWN ON A "PLAT PRE- PARED FOR: BRUCE FLEM- ING HEIRS" BY ROY K. BALTHIS, LS ON 22 SEPTEMBER. 2003. TERMS OF SALE: ALL CASH. A bidder's deposit of ten per- cent (10%) of the sale price or ten percent (10%) of the original princi- pal balance of the subject Deed of Trust, Whichever is lower, in the form of cash or certified funds payable to the Substitute Trustee must be present at the time of the sale. The bal- ance of the pur- chase price will be due within fifteen (15) days of sale, otherwise Purchaser's deposit may be forfeited to Trustee. Time is of the essence. If the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser atthe sale shall be enti- tled to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser may, if provided by the Blvd, Suite 101, d e v e 1 o p m e n t terms of Trustee Memorandum of Foreclosure Sale, be entitled to a $50 cancellation fee from the Substitute Trustee, but shall have no further Rockville, MD s t a g e s . 20852, 301-961-" dreporter2@yahoo. 6555, website: com the AUCTION Gray ' s Auctions Co. CDL TRAINING m. 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