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Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, April 1 I, 2013 ..... . COMMUNITIES Matter@your Library is the theme for National Library - Week, April 14-20• Stop by J. Fred Matthew's Memorial Library to find out about the new online access for thousands of books to download to your eReader. Check out the latest bestsellers in fiction and nonfiction for both adults and children. Join the Friends Group or stop by for Coffee Time. There is something for everyone at the Library; an important part of the St. Paul Community. Appalachian Arts Center offers workshops for children, youth and adults RUSSELL COUNTY Spelling Bee Winners...l st grade Lily Barva 2 nd place; 3 rd grade Landen :Taylor I st place; 4" grade Lexi Phillips 2 "a place; 7 th grade Jennifer Burns2 nd place. CASTLEWOOD Elementary School Spelling Bee Winners and Alternates...1 st grade Lily Barva, alternate Abbey Collins; 2 nd grade Abby Bradley, alternate I)ylan Salyers; 3 rd grade Landen Taylor, alternate Rylan Jordan; 4 th grade Lexi Appalachian Arts Center, a part of Southwest Virginia Com- munity College, will once again be hosting acting workshops for children, youth and adults this spring. The four-*eek work- shops will be held on Saturdays: May 4, ll, 18 and 25, 2013 at the Arts Center• Ryan Henderson will be the instructor for the workshops. A former Barter Player, Ryan is currently a teaching artist with Barter Theatre's Project R.E.AL. He has performed in numerous educational tours with the Barter Players and has acted with twelve professional theatre com- panies• The following workshops will be offered: "Just Play" for ages 7-12 will be from 10:00 am-1 l:00 am. As children we are constantly told to censor our- selves and how to behave• Not acting visation in a safe environment that encourages us to follow our every creative impulse. Tuition for this four-week workshop is $90. Space is limited in these workshops, so register early! There is a registration deadline of April 27% and payment should be made to Appalachian Arts Center by this date in order to hold the slot. A limited number of scholarships are available for these classes. Please contact the Arts Center at 276.596.9188 or via email at appartsinfo@sw.edu for more information, to register for the workshops, or to inquire about the scholarship opport- unities. Appalachia Arts Center is located on Route 19 in the 'Old Archie Helton Store' - 2.5 miles south of Ciaypool Hill. Regular business hours are: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 12:00-6:00 pm; Thursday 12:00 pm-8:00 pm; and Saturday 10:00am - 6:00 pm. ) illips, alternate Lilli Clark; 5 th grade Jasmine Poston, alternate Caleb Skeens; betweenhere! Thereplayingare a lOtandOf parallelSacting. Ph grade Mckenna Jordan, alternate Dakota Heibert; 7 th grade Jennifer Burns, They each have an objective and alternate, GahbyPerrigan. they each have rules. This -- . _ workshop will focus on teaching ,,, Cancer survivors and st. Paul Elementary parent meeting St. Paul Elemelary honor roi[ ficrhtor nn toll thow tnra Principal Mr. Judy Evh's and cafeteria. At this meeting the Judy Evans, principal of Saint Kenneth Lunsford, Suzanne .xx,,. .,,.4,. ,.,,xx .LJt,,,xx .vx ,7 Asst. Principal Ms. Vicky Welch scheduling and available sports Paul Elementary School, . has Marl•n• Scheerer, Dyl Graduate Medical Education their thoughts on early detection, will be meeting with the narents will be discussed for the announced the names of students Michael Winslow. • . th  whose work has earned them Consortium (GMEC) of South- To participate in this artistic of the 7 grade class on uocomimz school year 2013- , .... • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •. west Virginia has received a endeavor, please contact Leigh Thursday, April II at 2:00 in the 2014  - plaeemeont.laenonorrou. • ~ . . . • rrinclpal s LiSt -  • grant from the Virginia Depart- Ann Bolinskey, Mountain Laurel  ................. . , ,,. . raae 3" AllySOn ADlgan • ment of Health to increase Cancer Center Director, at " • . . , Lays_ Hardware Center t0r the Ou, Mallory Russell. .00GIII6mSlillV cancer screening taKe-up in lkenneay((vmeoc.org or Grade 4-." Dominic Jose,,h • / • • . . -- . lla * Southwest Vlrgmm GMEC has 276 523 4202 or Dr Wendy Wlnslow Bafle M • |8[[[IIM ll]ea|[s • teamed with Mountain Laurel Welch." GMEC's Executive Arts announces schedule /! . " y, adison Grace •   • . arnonos, Jacob Allen Gross, • @'1 rllll@lll@ • Cancer Coalition to offer cancer Director, via Coming up at Lays Hardware April 19: Charlie Marshall Robert Ahren Lee, Catherine * Movie H0lline £111"010/d t • survivors, fighters, and family wowon@uvawise.edu or 328- Cent for the As located at Band featuring the Center Stage Marie Levy, Olivia Grace  Located in Downtown Norton, VA • 4u front btreet m now•own oggers Powers Jacob Maxw 11 • • members of victims an 0249. Performance building . " . , e Sawyers, nortonelnama,’om • opportunity to tell their stories to sessions will begin May 6, and Co,urn: .-  • .... 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It ,T,I S THE-LAW ''" :.••;;;;;;;;;;;;;••L R-FRl-SUN:12:30MID • ................................ IDennis Hensdill 738-8109 o the roots of theatre - goals, ob- stacles and tactics - by playing games that encourage...PLAY. Tuition for this four-week workshop is $60. "Team Effort" for ages 13-18 will be from 11:15 am - 12:15 pm. When we think of working together as a team, theatre may not be the first activity that comes to mind. In fact, team- work and collaboration are es- sential to creating great theatre. This workshop will be full of activities and games that encour- age ensemble play and collab- orative discovery - ideas that can be practiced both on and off the stage. Tuition for this-four- week workshop is $60. "Yes, Lets" for ages 19+ will be held from 1:00-2:30 pm. Improvisation for all! Whether you are looking to sharpen your creative skills, get more com- fortable with public speaking or just want something to do on a Saturday morning, this work- shop is for you. We will explore the fundamentals of impro- Dylan