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T Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, April 4, 2013 Grizzel tosses no no by Allen Gregory Dakota Grizzel faced the minimum number of batters as the junior lefthander tossed a no hitter in Castlewood's 10-0 romp over Twin Springs on Thursday, March 28 Reid Edmonds and Blake Sloce were the hitting stars for the Blue Devils. Each had two hits for the Devils. Edmonds had two triples in the Blue Devils' eight run first inning. Grizzel had an excellent day on the mound as he fanned 11 and walked only 1. The Blue Devils are 1 and 3 on the young season. Spring gobbler hunting season begins April 13 The Spring Gobbler Season in Virginia begins April 13 and ends May 18. 2013. A special Youth Turkey Hunt Day will take place April 6. 2013 for, hun- ters aged 15 and under. Expect- ations for a favorable spring season are high as the recent fall turkey harvest was the highest reported over the past five 5/ears. According to Virginia De- partment of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF) Upland Game Bird Project Leader Gary Norman, "Turkeys enjoyed a good fall season and most areas had good mast crops. Coupled with a generally mild winter, gobblers should go into the spring in good physical condi- tion. Growth of turkey pop- ulations have generally been stable with varying densities. Areas with the highest popu- lations are in the Northern Neck and South Piedmont• To improve your chances of success, spend a lot of time in the woods scouting right before the season opens• Gobblers can move considerable distances in March and early April. So do your homework close to the season opener." To ensure a safe and enjoy- able day afield, the VDGIF re- commends the following safety guidelines for Spring Gobbler hunting: 1) Because a gobbler's head is distinguished by its bold white, blue and red colors, NEVER wear white, blue or red clothing not even socks or undershirts - because a flash of white could be mistaken for a turkey. Even a red bandana or blue snack food wrapper could be misread in the woods during turkey season.. 2) Turkey hunters should wear blaze orange when walking to and from their calling positions and when setting up or moving decoys. When you reach your hunting location, tie a strip of blaze orange to a nearby tree to alert others of your presence. 3) Choose a calling position that will provide you with a backstop as wide as your shoulders and will protect you from the top of your head down. A large tree is best. A small tree will not hide slight movements of your hands and shoulders and these movements may cause other hunters tO misinterpret what they are seeing• 4) When choosing a calling position, don't hide so welt that you cannot see what's going on around you. Select a calling position with a good view of your surroundings and where the sun does not distort what you are seeing. 5) Never shoot at a sound or movement. Wait until you have a good, clean, shot at a legal bird. 6) Never move, wave, or make turkey sounds to alert ano- ther hunter of your presence. Instead, call out in a loud voice and remain hidden, until the other hunter acknowledges your presence. 7) Never "stalk a turkey. Another hunter could be behind that gobble and those birds could be decoys. 8) When you harvest a gob- bler, carry it out of the woods draped in blaze orange. Other- wise, another hunter might just see the bird and not you. By taking these basic precau- tions, hunters protect themselves and protect others. Bring home that gobbler safely, by following these guidelines. Also, remem- ber to tag your bird by notching the appropriate tag on your license before moving it from the place of kill, and check your bird by calling 1-866-GOT- GAME (468-4263) or b.y using the mternet Cathy Mays State Farm PRESENTATION...Left to right, Joy Rumley, DHCD presents St. Paul Tomorrow, Inc. award for 1000 volunteer hours, Mayor Kyle Fletcher, Town of St. Paul and Lou Wallace, St. Paul Tomorrow, Inc. St. Paul receives Virginia Main Street Milestone award -St. Paul Tomorrow, Inc. receives award for volunteer investment in downtown revitalization efforts- On Friday, March 22, St. state governments and the citi- "Our national surveys have Paul Tomorrow, Inc. was pry- zeus of each community getting found that 84 percent of sented with a Virginia Maininvolved to make their down- potential visitors are, first and Street Milestone Achievement towns an attractive place to live, foremost, attracted to theregion Award for the contribution of work and play," said Cheng.because of our quaint small over 1,000 volunteer hours dedi- The Virginia Department of towns. The work of the Virginia cated to downtown revitalize- Housing and Community Devel- Main Street Program is critically tion. The awards were presented opment Director Bill Shetton important to creating jobs and at Richmond's historic Hippo- pointed to downtown progress attracting these visitors to the drome Theater. through the numbers. "In the last commonwealth." At the ceremony that focused five years, designated Main Stre- Iia the Town of St. Paul, on the results of Main Street et communities have sparkedrevitalization strategies include efforts, Virginia Secretary of more than $252 million in pri- renovation to qualifying build- Commerce and Trade Jim Cheng rate investment in their dis- ings in the downtown district, spoke to the audience of more tricts," said Shelton. "As a streetscape design, signage and a than 70 downtown revitalization result, last year there was a net small business loan pool. As a e" "ra GED volunteers and professionals ab- collective gain of 424 jobs ac- Virginia Main Street, volunteers out the visible results of their ross the 25 Main Street down- are able to .serve on committees leadership. "Virginia main stre- town districts." in the areas of Promotion, test & exam in ets are thriving because of the "Historic Main Street corn- Organization, Design and Eco- collaboration between public munities are much more than nomic Restructuring. , I - 8 8 8- E IT- H E NO and private sector, local and bricks and mortar. They serve as These committees are Wise County Take your the heart and soul of our com- currently being formed, and will munities as they evoke the soon be working to enhance the MEDICAL CAREERS BEGIN HERE The Regional Adult Edu- . ... stories of our past while pro- revitalization efforts in progress. cation Program of Lee, Scott, camera fishln viding incomparable economic Volunteers are welcome and and cultural opportunities which rreeded Train ONLINE for Allied Health and Medical Management. Wise & Norton Public Schools Job placement assistance. Computer and Offers the Official Practice GED There's a lot to pack before sustain the quality of life for all For more information, call Financiai Aidifqualified. SCHEVauthorized. Test (OPT) on-demand at all you head out for the spring citizens," said Cate Magennis the Town of St. Paul 276-?62- Cali888-354-9917 local Adult Education classes, fishing season. Just don't forget Wyatt, former VirginiaSecretary 5297; Lou Wallace 276-762- This is a free 4 hour test that is the camera to take shots of your of Commerce and Trade and the 2303; Suzy Harrison 276-762- scored immediately. Adultg-th~t' catch to submit to the BoatUS founder of The Journey Through 5544. . , " ..... " ...... pass the OPT receive a free GED Angler 'Catch of the Month' Hallowed Ground Parmership. ~ :: ..... " "' Exam which now Call photo contest at " . . . i , 877 RACE 2 GED Food City Race Night events in (877.722.3243) or 276.386.2433 which kicks off now and runs COLLEGE to schedule a time to tako the through October 31. • practice test. Monthly winners, one flesh-Coebum Friday, April 5th i i The GED Exam will be given water and open saltwater, will in Norton on Friday, April 12 at receive a one-year BoatUS You are invited to bring your Pine Raceway drivers and show 276-762-7251 New location: Hamilton Pharmacy Shopping Ctr Providing Insurance & Financial Services Agent: Cathy Mays Office Manager: Miranda Packard Team Member: Katie Carter Cheel~ out our new hours Monday 8:30-6:30; Tues. & Thurs. 9-8:30; J.I. Burton High School. Call Angler membership with basic familY and friends to the action cars will be on hand. And make Amy at 877.722.3243 for mote on water towing and Trailer packed Food City Race Night plans to attend Food City Night information or to register.Assist a $50 Visa gift card and a events at the Coeburn Food City at the Pines Races at Lonesome The GED Exam will be given 'prize pack' filled with fishing on Friday, April 5th from 4 until Pine Raceway on Saturday, April on Saturday, April 20 at the Wise and BoatUS Angler gear. In 6 p.m. A number of Lonesome 6th at 7 p.m Adult Learning Center, Building addition, winning photos will J. Testing will begin at 8 a.m. appear in BoatUS Angler Call Karen Whitt at Fry Hall at Magazine and Tacklebox cgYimes Deadlines: 328-8612 for more information monthly fishinge-newsletter. or to register. Monthly winners will be In addition, the Regional automatically entered to win the Adult Education Program offers grand prize in November: an free Adult Education classes upgrade of their BoatUS Angler membership to include Unlimited throughout the region to prepare adults for the GED Exam. For details call Amy at 877 RACE 2 GED (877.722.3243) or in Scott Co.; 276.386.2433 or go to [ EMERGENCY? DIAL 911 [ on water towing and on road towing assistance from Trailer Assist, a high-quality fish replica of their winning catch from and a $50 gift certificate from Boat Name Gear. Trailer Assist, BoatUS Angler'sroadside assistance service for boat trailers and tow vehicles and the BoatUS ,on water towing service helps anglers spend more time fishing and less time worrying about breakdowns. Visit for more. 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