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Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, March 26, 2009 South Mountain Boys at Country Cabin The Country Cabin, located in Norton .on The Crooked Road Music Trail will feature South Mountain Boys on Saturday, March 28 Admission for the night is $5 for adults (12 and older) and $1 for children 2-11. Each Saturday night, from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pro, live bluegrass music from the best in local bands is featured. Dancing includes clogging, two-step, free- style, broom dances and cake walks. Local musicians are welcome to play halftime breaks. PARTICIPANTS...Jane Carter and Devon Crabtree The County Cabin is located CHS FBLA members participate cHs FBLA CLUB COMPETES...Pictured, front row, left to right, Nicole one and one-half miles west of Counts, Terri Gordon, Meghan Osborne and Katlin Wohlford. Second row, Appalachia).N°rt°n (betweenwatch forN°rt°nsigns, and in Partnership with Business Brittany Milgrim, Rebecca Ring, Gage McCoy, Jennifer Fisher, Stephanie Boyd, Events at the Country Cabin Project Crystal Wooiford, Samantha Ferguson, Natasha Shortridge, Miranda Dye, are sponsored by Appalachian Kelsey Addington, Kayla Keen and Danielle Jesse•. Back row, Jordan Lovelace, Traditions, Inc., a non-profit On Friday, March 13, about their careers. ARer decide- Matt Salyer, C.J. Ward, Greg lOser, Josh Jessee, Eric Summers, Aaron Fields,organization. No alcoholis Castlewood High School Future ing which careers to include in Morgan Burke, Olivia Amburgey and Samantha Pratt. permitted. Business Leaders of America this project, the committee then gi For moreinformation, call members participated in the comacted people in the com- CHS FBLA victorious at re dual level 276-679-3541. 2009 Partnership with Business munity that worked in these competition. This competition is a state FBLA event, which is designed to increase the number of FBLA chapters working in partnership with local business- es. The project describes the professions. If agreed, a com- mittee member would then interview them, asking questions about the following: high school classes that would help them in that certain career, post second- The Castlewood High Schoolley Scholarship. The following Tara Phillips, Public Speaking I; chapter of the FBLA Club corn- members paced 2"d in theirCaitlyn Parker, Public Speaking Honor Russell peted at the regional level on corresponding areas: Eric II; Terri Gordon, Accounting II; Monday, March 16. The compel- Summers, Business Calcula-Jordan Lovelace, Network Con- County women ilion was held at the University tions; Kristin Johnson, Cyber copes. of Virginia at Wise. Overall, Security; Josh Jessee, Database Emerging Business Issues; Olivia Amburgey, Introduction to Business Communications; Kelsey Addington and Katlin Wohlford, L. Marguerite Crum- The following students were during Women's planning and implementation of dry educational requirements for CHS had 25 members that were Design; Kelsey Addington, Fu- eligible to coml ete at the state activities that exposed CHSthat career, salary ranges, bene- eligible to compete at the state Lure Business Leader; Samantha level based on their perform- History Month FBLA chapter members to thefits, opportunities for advance- level of FBLA competition in Pratt, Personal Finance; Miranda ances at regionals: Danielle Jess- characteristics and responsibil- ment, and the future outlook foe Reston on Thursday, April 16 - Dye and Meghan Osborne, Glo- ee, Kayla Keen, Jennifer Fisher, The Women's Hall of Fame is ities of successful businesses and those specific professions. This Saturday, April 18. balBusiness;NatashaShortridge C.J. Ward, Nicole Counts, Matt maintained by the Russell their leaders in the area of provided an opportunity The following members fin- and Crystal Woolford, Manage- Salyer, Megan Osborne, Mir- County Public Library and is Southwest Virginia. FBLA members to become mor6 ished in 1st place in their cot- ment Information Systems; anda Dye, Ethan Collins, Sam- comprised of Russell County The Partnership with Busi- knowledgeable of different car.L: responding areas: Danielle Jes- Derek Allen and Casey Phillips, antha Ferguson, Morgan Burke, women that have distinguished hess committee members re- eer paths and opportunities. .! see, Word Processing I; Kayla Business Financial Plan; Kelsey Grog Riser, Brittany Milgrim, themselves through their life and cognized the need to develop a The committee will incorp- Keen, Word Processing II; Hall and Kendra Taylor, Olivia Amburgey, Kelsey Add- work. Attend the reception relationship between club mere- orate the information from the Jennifer Fisher and C.J. Ward, Business Presentations; Michelle ington, Kaitlin Wohlford, Eric Thursday, March 26 at 6:30 p.m. bers and local business men and interviews into video produc- Web Page Design; Nicole Collins, Brandon Damuth, Mar- Summers, Kristin Johnson, Josh at the Lebanon Library and fred women through personal con-lions, which will be used tO Counts and Matt Salyer, Mann- issa Long and All Trent, Parlia- Jessee, Samantha Pratt, Natasha out if a Russell County woman toots and interviews. The corn- educate faculty, staff and stu gement Decision Making; Meg- mentary Procedures; Aaron Shortridge and Crystal Wool- will be inducted into the mittee members wanted to dents about career opportunities han Osborne and Miranda Dye, Fields and Jordan Phillips, Net- ford. Woman's Hall of Fame this year. interview local business people in the Southwest Virginia area. ; American Enterprise Project; work Desktop; Katlin Wohlford, In addition to the individual The reception recognizes all Ethan Collins, DesktopApplica-Job Interview. successes, CHS was also honorees and writers in the Natur 1 dy / tion Programming; Samantha The following members recognized for being the largest second annual essay contest. The a ed eggs for Easte Ferguson and Morgan Burke, finished 3re in their chapter in the region with 111 essays are eligible for inclusion r Digital Video Production; Greg corresponding areas: Daltonmembers. Derek Allen was in the Local History files of the by the Virginia Egg Council eggs on a tree or keep them for Kiser and Brittany Milgrim,Salyer, Business Plan; Stephanie named OVa-Wise Regional library and the names of women MATERIALS COLOR next year, use blown shells-- Reporter for the 2009-2010 school year. Congratulations to all those who competed and to the chapter for its outstanding performance. inducted into the Hall of Fame are inscribed in a handmade book that may be viewed at the library. Contact the library at 889-8044 for more information. Boyd, Devon Crabtree and Tyler Trent, Entrepreneurship; Allison Ring, FBLA Principles and Procedures; Gage McCoy, Help Desk; Zach Bush, Marketing; LENOWISCO Health District .offers Copper Creek Elementary news Fresh oregano, mint Beige Red cabbage leaves Blue Strong coffee Brown Walnut shells Buff Spinach Greyish- gold/pink Carrot tops Greenish yellow Yellow Delicious Lavender apple peels Onion skins Orange Orange peels Yellow or thyme DIRECrlONS Hard cooked eggs are easier make sure to rinse well before dying and use the raw eggs you shake out for some delicious egg recipe that is fully cooked.. Eggs should be washed in a mild detergent solution to help' remove the oil coating so the color adheres more evenly. Simmer eggs in water with a', cover for 20 minutes with a teaspoon of vinegar and yours, choice of the above materials. You'll have to use your own: judgment about quantities, though the more of the materials, for children to work with, but if used, the stronger the color. Representatives from ID will be April 23, 9 am tO 11 am.Diabetes Education Program Concepts will be in the school The student will need a copy of The LENOWISCO Health May 4, 3pm'4pm this week to make student their birth certificate, an up to District is offering monthly June 1, 3pm-4pm identification cards. These ID date immunization record, and a diabetes education meetings. The Big Stone Library cards are tO use in case of an current physical. These items "Living Well with Diabetes" March 10, 3pm-4pm emergency, need to be turned in before your program is free of charge and April 14, 3pm-4pm ._.Pre-k 2009-2010 registration child's fn'st day of school. q ( open to the public. Any one with May 12, 3pm-4pm you plan to hang our decorated This is an art--not a science! diabetes and/or their caregivers, June 9, 3pm-4pm and other interested individuals The program is a series of who want to learn more about topics to help illustrate what UVa-Wise invites Spanish teachers to diabetes are encouraged to at- diabetes is, how it affects the tend. Meetings will be held on body, and how an individual can Total Immersion Weekend n f , tcan films and music the first Monday of each month self-manage the disease. The U iversity o Virginia s " .. . . " • . at the Oxbow Center in St. Paul For more information or to College at Wise is offering Kegistratmn is ongomg for and the second Tuesday of each start a diabetes support group in Spanish teachers at publicthe three-credit-hour course. month at the Big Stone Gap your area contact Jennifer Ben- schools an opportunity to parti- Visit and i Ernie's Druo and Gifts I)honc 762-58(}0 i:.rnic Kcilh, I)harmacisl You r ho,ncl{) n l)ha rmacv LOCATEI) BESll)E F()()I) ( ITY Pharmacy & Your Health Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Treatment Lupus is an autoimmune condition characterized by chronic inflammation that may affect the skin, joints, kidneys, heart, and or lungs. Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is the most common and a serious type of lupus. The immune systems in individuals with this condition attack both foreign substances in the body as well as healthy tissues. Signs and symptoms of SLE include depression, fatigue, easy bruising, and or joint pain. Symptoms of lupus typically occur as periodic flares, with intermittent remissions. Individuals affected by SLE are encouraged to lead a healthy lifestyle so as to minimize the impact of the symptoms, 'including regular exercise, a healthy diet, and adequate rest. For mild to moderate symptoms, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) and naproxen (Aleve) are available over- the-counter or with a prescription for the treatment of inflammation and pain. Anti-malarial medications, such as hydroxych/oroquine (Plaquenil) may be prescribed for the prevention of SLE flares although there is no relationship between malaria and lupus. Corticosteroids, such as prednisone, work to reduce inflammation although are typically only used for short-term treatment. Library. ver Diabetes Health Educa- cipate in a Spanish immersion click on "Current Courses andl Oxbow Center tor/LPN at the Scott Countyweekend at Natural Tunnel State Workshops" to register online. " March 2, 3pm-4pm Health Department (276) 386- Park in early April. Tuition for the recertification April 6, 3pm-4pm 1312. Teachers may earn college points course is $245, which in- • . credit and recertification points cludes accommodations, meals, "Clinch River Readers" to by participating in the inaugural classes, workshops, presenta-" Spanish Total Immersion Week- tions and entertainment. Anrll 2 end program, hosted by the For moreinf°rrnati°n°nthis- meet Thursday, Center for Teaching Excellence program or to register for the ', The newly organized book "lJ **for its second meeting. At that and the Division of Spanish at Spanish Total Immersion ' club which meets on the fh'st meeting, the group decided to UVa-Wise. The program is set Weekend, contact Jennifer Partin .. Thursday of each month at the J., call the book club, "The Clinch for April 3 through April 5 at the at 866-212-8704 or Fred Mat ews Memorial Lib- River Readers". park's Cove Ridge Center. rary in St. Paul will meet again The book to be read and During the program, participants on Thursday, April 2 at 6:00 p.m. discussed at the April 2 meeting and UVa-Wise professors will If you have knowledge of Light refreshments will be is "The Poisonwood Bible" by communicate entirely in Span- insurance fraud, report it to the served and there will be a door Barbara Kingsolver. Copies ot ish. Virginia State Police prize given to one lucky this book are available at the "Our intent is to offer o- Insurance Fraud Division: participanf, library. The book club met as For more information, please scheduled on Thursday, March 5 call 762-9702. L ]: P,O. 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