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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, March 26, 2009 Page UVa-Wise alumni invited to annual meeting April 14 Alumni of The University of Virginia's College at Wise are invited to the annual meeting of the UVa-Wise Alumni Assoc- iation Board of Directors on Tuesday, April 14. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. in the Rhododendron Room of the C. Bascom Slemp Center. Alumni Association President Rhonda Perkins will conduct the business meeting. Those present will vote for the president-elect and review plans for the assoc- iation's spring events. Pamela J. Collie, director of alumni rela- tions, will present the annual / SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS...Pictured, Kelsey Hall and Kristin Johnson report of the associatiqWs acti- i vities and events for the past CHS students share science with CES year. A light meal will be pro- ii /On Thursday, March 19, the minute science demonstration use of radial chromatography vided. DUal Enrollment Chemistry, and that was designed to promote and the S - Students Sharing Alumni planning to attend the meeting should RSVP by April -rrg'sics stuaents from Castle- interest in science. Topics were Science logo. The program was 10 to the Office of Alumni Rela- .wood High School gave an chemistry and physics related, funded through a grant from tions at 276-328-0128 or .enlaibition of various['magicar' Not only did they do the Virg" "a Professionals Educa- ~clence experiments /or the 4": ext~eriment but the,,~ ,, t,,~ ir~ . , j also h,,d t ...... graae students from Cas-be able to explain the science A special thanks to ~.~~~~ ~tlewood Elementary School. The behind it. In addition, the high Appalachian Graphics for their ~tgh school students were re- school students designed their assistance in printingthe logo on .Sl~onsible for presenting a 5- own t-shirts, which involved the the shirts. by Jordan Banner and Terri Gordon I LE-MoN CUSTARD...A perfect dessert for a spring- /. Russell Co. announces Pre-K .me meal is Baked Lemon Custard. It can be topped with fresh berries or other fruit, if desired. andKindergarten registration Baked Lemon Custard for spring All elementary schools I child will attend and complete by Mary Rapoport Russell County will take appli- all necessary paperwork. Pa- Consumer Affairs Director well blended. Stir in milk, le: cations for the voluntary Title 1 rents should bring the child's Virginia Egg Council mon peel, lemon juice and four-year-old program (Pre-K birth certificate, social security Served warm or chilled, le- nilla. Blend well. Place four sik and registering kindergarten card, and immunization record, mon custard is as delicate as the ounce custard cups or rameki q i Last week at CHS, the For your information, the students for the 2009-2010 Immunizations against mumps, new buds of spring. The fresh in an 8' x 8" baking pan. Pour hemistry II and Physics stu- Miss March Beauty Pageant will school year on the dates listed rubella, measles, German meas- lemon flavor and light, airy tex- about one fourth of the egg 6. ats demonstrated science ex- be held at Castlewood Highbelow from 9-11:30 a.m. each les, whopping cough, tetanus, ture make this dessert the per- mixture into each custard cup: pbriments to elementary students School on Saturday, March 28 at day. To be eligible for the Pre-K for the diphtheria, polio, Hepatitis B feet ending to a spring day. Place pan o center rack in pr~- Students Sharing Science 5:00 p.m. All proceeds benefit program, a student must reach and chicken pox are required.Baked Lemon Custard heated 350 degree oven. Pour Pi'ogram on Thursday, March the March of Dimes. See Mrs. his/her fourth birthday by Sep- All students are required to have Yield: 4 servings very hot water into pan so that.if ltgt . This was a fun effort to get Higgins in Room 107 for antember 10,2009. Students who a physical examination before3eggs, beaten comes to within one-half inch of sfudents interested in science, entry form. Mid six-weeks reports were sent Graduation is set for Sunday, reach their fifth birthday by they can enter school. Parents 1/2 cup sugar the top of the custard cups. BaKe ' September 30, 2009, mustenroll are encouraged to make every l/8 teaspoon salt until knife inserted in center hpme on Tuesday, March 24th. June 7 at 1:00 p.m. Yearbook in kindergarten. Kindergarten is effort to have the child's 1 1/2 cups hot milk (about 3 comes out clean, about 30-35 Senior caps and gowns weresenior ads are now on sale. a required program for students physical priortothe registration minutes un High in mierowave) minutes. Remove custard cups d livered before school on Parents interested in purchasing who are five years of age prior date, so that the child can be 1 teaspoon grated lemon peel from hot water. Cool on wire Wednesday, March 25th, a personalized senior ad can do to September 30, 2009. officially registered. 2 tablespoons lemon juice rack about 5-10 minutes. Gay- In sports, the varsity baseball so for $30. Please see Mrs. To register a parent must April 21-Cleveland Elemen- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla nish with fresh berries or other team played at home againstMonk for an application. Space , banon on Thursday, March is limited, come to the school that their tary (276-889-6534) In a medium bowl, beat toge- fruit, if desired. Serve warm or Also on Thursday, the Yearbooks are still on sale. April 22-Hunaker Elementa- they eggs, sugar and salt until cold. Refrigerate leftovers. vtarsity softball team played Books including a stamped name Bables at (276-873-6301) April 23-Copper Creek Ely- . ebanon at home and won 7-0. will cost $52 and a plain book mentary (276-794-9306) I Monday, March 23, the will cost $50. Books may be - r , v 'sity baseball team played at reserved for a down payment of JMHospital 24-Belfast Elementary I l~].O .CO aS rs (276-880-2283) [ r onaker. Also on Monday, the $25. Books purchased on . April 25-Givens Elementary ] Stop for Pedestrians v rsity softball team played at delivery next year will cost $55. Recent births at Johnston (276-991-0001) I JlI. Burtonl Prom tickets are now on sate. | In other news, the Hi,Y Club. The cost is $30. Out of;school Memorial Hospital in Abingdon April 28-Lebanon Primary I in the Library Crosswalk-- ~isited the~ Dickensonville Nurs- guests: must be signed Up with a to area parents include: (276-889-4507) [ Home on Monday, March 9. junior class sponsor. Gilbert, on February 5, to James contact the school at the number t present g a daughter, 'Jamey Lee For additional information,] ~ It'S the law.* UVa-Wise theater to andCareyGilbert, Abingdon; listedabove, i i a son, Logan Chandler Pennington, on February 6, to ' The Grapes o f Wrath' Whitetop;Chrisand April Pennington, The Division of Theater at cepted and tickets are issued at a son, Andrew Nathaniel I~he University of Virginia's the door on the evenings at each Sizemore, on February 8, to College at Wise will perform performance. Aaron and Amy Sizemore, 'The Grapes of Wrath' as its The show runs approxi- Chilhowie; spring production, mutely two hours with a 10- a daughter, Reagan Isabella The play, featuring UVa- minute intermission. Some Smith, on February 8, to Jeff and Wise students, theater faculty material may be considered in Amy Smith, Abingdon; and community members, is appropriate for children, a son, Alexander James based on John Steinbeck's Winner of the 1990 Tony Hensley, on February 9, to Billy nduring novel. It was adapted Award and Outer Critics Circle and Jessica Hensley, Damascus; for the stage by Frank Galati for Award, the play is a powerful a daughter, Taylor Brooke Steppenwolf Theater Com- and deeply affecting stage ver- McAllister, on February 10, to puny. sion of one of the masterpieces Shannon and Crystal McAllister, Performances are scheduled of American literature. Holding Cedar Bluff; for April 2 through 7 and April 9 to the simplicity and directness a daughter, Caeleigh through 11 in the temporaryof the original novel, the play Gabriella Shepard, on February theater facility across from the uses the sparest of technical 14, to Matthew and Brittany Baptist Student Center. Each means to convey its timeless Shepard, Lebanon; show begins at 8 p.m. a daughter, Kloie Ann Deel, on February 15, to Thurman and Amanda Deel, Rowe; a son, Elijah Chase Holmes, on February 19, to Ronald and Amanda Holmes, Richlands; a son, Douglas Cole Smith, on February 19, to Dewey and Amanda Smith, St. Paul; a daughter, Haley Elizabeth Hess, on February 22, to David and Rachel Hess, Lebanon. Forest Service hosts litter pick up at Guest River Gorge To commemorate Earth Day 2009, the Clinch Ranger District is hosting a clean-up of the Guest River Gorge on April 22 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Guest River Gorge Trail is a popular hiking and bicycling trail that gets year-round use. The clean- up will take place in the section of the Guest River that is designated as a Virginia Scenic River. Litter bags, gloves and a ride to the farther reaches of the trail to collect litter will be provided, along with lunch and drinks for refreshment. Volunteers should meet at the Guest River Gorge Trail parking lot located just south of the town of Coeburn, down State Route 72 approximately 2.5 miles. The Trail entrance sign is on the left. For further information, contact the Clinch Ranger District at (276) 328-2931. Admission is $5. Admission for students, staff and faculty is free. Reservations are not ac- message of the persistence and strength of the human spirit as it battles against the adversities of nature and an uncaring society. i:,i Mon. FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO COOPERTIRE.COM OR CALL 1.800,426.2637 ~GO TO COOPERTIRE.COM FOR ~EQUIR[ D DOWNLOADABL E OFFICIAL REBATE FORM AND FOR OFFICIAL TERMS & CONDITIONS. FORMS AND EERMS & CONDITIONS ALSO AVAILABLE AT POINT OF PU RCHASE OFFER iN EFFF C ~ F OR TIRE S PURCHASED FROM MARCH 2, 2009 TO APRIL 30, 2009, OFFER BASED ON AVAIL ABILITY OF ELIGIBLE N EW TIRE S AT TIME Of PURCHASE ELIGIBLE TIRES ARE: COOPER CS4 TOURING, COOPER ZEON SPORT A/S, [ IFELINFR GLS DISCOVERER CTS, DISCOVERER ATR, DIS(_OVERER LSX AND DISCOVERER HIT. ACTUAL AMOUNT OF REBATE DEPEND'> ON TYPE OF ELIGIBLE TIRES PURCHASED fDISCOvERER LSX IS AVAILABLE ONLY AT SELECT RE'rAILERS, Tacoma Community Center !announces 3/28, 4/4 schedule f The Tacoma Community April 4, Jonas Riley & BMG Center, on Stone Mountain will perform. Road just off Rotue 58 between Halflime music will be Norton and Coeburn, features a provided by the Peters Brothers. variety of activities on each A variety of activities and food Saturday between 7:30-10:30 will be available for the entire p.m. Admission is $5 for adults family. and $1for chiidren ages 6-12. For mroe information on Featured muslClunS on Tacoma Community Center Saturday, March 28, are Garyactivities, call Roosevelt Edwards & Basic Grass. On Stanley, 276-679-1164. your excuses Russell County Official GED Testing Schedule PARTIAL TEST SCHEDULE: March 30; April 20, 27; May 4, 18, 25 at 4:00 pm FULL/PARTIAL TEST SCHEDULE: April 8-9; May 13-14 at 5:30 pm All tests will be given at the Russell County Career & Technology Center, Building I1. Participants must register three business days prior to testing. Call 889-6507 to register.