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...... ,?.,=;=:,.tili'i .A'I ,ufq .P: ,,= ............. t, ; tl _/," ;...i " Page 6 CLINCH VALIditY" TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, April I !, 2013 Spartans edge Devils Aaron Sexton worked his way to a one out walk. He later stole second and advanced to third on a wild pitch. Ryan Milgrim's single got the run in. Three times the Blue Devils got runners as far as third base but could not get them in. Tyler Austin worked the first five innings for the Devils and did not give up a hit until the  by Allen Gregory ," ',' ,= -:-:,The Eastside Spartarm] ,got, a key Win Friday when theyt?,t bY C atlewood's young bgseball team l-0 in Coeburn. The Blue Devils got forits h0d missed on several chaneg:to 'i3re. "" ,e- ,o , '" The Spartans put thetr run' on die board in the botton,/ of: the Sixth to get the win. " Eastside ourney In the tournament they , by Allen Gregory., The Eastside Lady Spal:tal!s participated in the Eastran Invitational Softball Toumatteht in Kingsport, Tennessd&"on Friday and Saturday. Virginia F defeated Volunteer 3-1 and Sullivan North 9-6 in Friday's action. On Saturday, they lost 8-0 to Maryville and then rebounded annual c0mpetition00:.i:. ,The Virginia Film Fest iv, al,,is once gain encouraging, high school students from thru'hdut the Commonwealth to'lre their filmmaking talents'tn'he second annual ACTIOF.,ih Shool Director Competita/--, -The Virginia Film Fet,iat?is presented by the University of Virginia. ACTION! The Virginia Film Festival's High iSefiool Director Competition is gener- ously supported by the Virag!nia Filhi Office. ACTION[ The Virginia'Fi|m Festival's High School Dfretor Competition will return after a highly successful 2012 debuL The Festival will vcelo/ne submissions from rising 'q0 th, llth and 12 th graders27om throughout the Commonwealth. The Grand Prize winner fore'the competition will be awarded a check for $1,000. Each .9f.the two runners-up in the comlSe- tition will be awarded $500, and all three winning film, will recei,e a special screening at the upcoming 2013 Virginia Film Festival in early NoV6'mber. Each filmmaker from the three winning films will also receive a Participant Badge, which pro- vides access to VFF screehings and the VFF Filmmakers and :Sponsors Lounge. , The winner of the Grand iP, rize for the 2012 corneition ',Was Albemarle High Sehool's 'fT]fia Schauer, for hisf .film iProduction Values, which" was Festival fifth. He allowed two hits in that inning but got out of trouble with some excellent pitching. Dakota Grizzel took the loss for the Blue Devils as he worked the sixth and deciding inning. Nick Sturgill did an outstanding job on the mound for the winners as the Eastside Spartans got the victory in a very close, hard fought game. for a 3-2 win over Chuckey- Doak. In the tourney Samantha Cole, Lindsay Dean, Chandler Glover and Breanne Atwood had excellent games for the Spartans. ACTION! announces second High School also awarded the VFF's 2012 Audience Favorite Award for Best Narrative Short. Runner-up prizes went to A Dream's End, directed by Tilden Lexa of Western A|bemarle High School, and CaffciLae, directed by Will Jones of Charlottesville High School. "We were delighted with the quality of the films submitted for last year's competition," said Virginia Film Festival Director Jody Kielbasa. "We are looking forward to even more students participating this year, and tak- ing advantage of this outstand- ing opportunity for students to follow their filmmaking pas- sions; compete for significant prizes, and have the chance to screen their films for our audiences." ACTION? is the most recent addition to the Festival's ac- claimed Community Outreach and Education program, which also includes the Young Film- makers Academy, a filmmaking initiative for elementary and middle school students; the VFFs annual Family Day festivities; and special middle and high school screenings both during the. Festival and through- out the year. The rules for ACTION! include: Students may submit a single application per person or team. Teams may consist of no more than three iV [ ISIT RAILROAD MUSEUM 16646 Russell $iibeside St. Paul Fire Dept.) m OPEN SATURDAYS 10'12' :or anytime by appointment :Contact Jerw Couch 762-9514 Filmmaking students serving as Directors of the submitted film. There is no limit to the number of participants contributing to or performing in the film. All films must be the complete original work Of the students submitting them. Films are limited to six minutes in length, including credits. There is no minimum time restraint. Films must include a relevant theme and may not include profanity, graphic violence, or sexual content. To apply to ACTION?, students must send a completed official entry form plus three (3) DVD copies of the submission film. All copies of the film must be provided on a standard DVD which can be played on a DVD player, and not only on-a computer. Applications and complete rules for entry can be found at http://www.virginiafilm festival.o rg/outreach/action. Conpleted applications must be posfmarked or hand delivered to the Virginia Film Festival Office by August 19, 2013, and winners will be notified by the VFF staff no later than October 4. For more lnforrni]on, contact Jane Freeman, the VFF's Community Outreach and Education Coordinator, at j anefre'eman@virginia.edu. CVTimes Deadlines: Editorial copy birthdays, anniversaries, press releases, calendar items, weddings, etc.) 4 p.m. Monday Advertising (classified and display) 12 noon Tuesday A:UCTION ', Cleveland, Virginia Saturdayii:April 20, 2013 10:00 A.M. on site Beautiful 1995 FleetwoodDouble Wide Mobile Home and Lot Small Outbuilding r. ',, Home consists of living rOri;] with nice laminated floodng, kitchen with same flooring as living room, there is utility room just off kitchen dnc] a nice enclosed deck off the kitchen, two bedrooms one with laminated floodng and the other carpet with a full bath in hallway leading to these two bedrooms, master bedroom is spacious with walk-in closet and Itg''till bath with garden tub and shower. "11-t': LOT IS A VERY NICE LOT EASY TO MAINTAIN PROPERTY BF-.JN'GSOLD AS IS WITH NO WARRANTIES IMPLIED OR EXPRESSED TERMS: lO%ideposlt day of sale with lan due upon delivery of deed ,I AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This property is well located to the Carbo Plant and to the New Power Plant in Virginia City as well as to Honaker and Lebanon. This is a real nice Double ready to move into. It has been welt maintained and has a nice lot that is very easy to mow by riding mower, It is also a good investment property. Have your financing in j:ta,e and be there!!! DIRECTIONS: From Lebanon take Rt, 82 across from the Town Hall, go over the mountain approximately six miles and take a fight on Rt. 645 (New Garden Road), go past Lambert Subdivision until comi'zg to 1st Street (Rt 894) and make a left onto 1st Street, go to bottom of.the hill and bear left in a curve and then first right, pperty address is 60 America Street, Coming from Honaker get oq RT. 645 (New Garden Road) cross Nash's Ford Badge and go to 1 st Street and turn right and follow same directions,bove. Sale'wil! be subject to seller confirmation, but we anticipate no]br'blem reaching the required dollar amount Annouc.-mnt, made day of saie take precedence over "U previous advertising Sale conducted on behalf of the Sellers by: RUSSELL:LAND & AUCTION COMPANY, INC. 971 East,Main Street P. O, Box 155 Lebanon, Virginia 24266 (276) 889-2501 Va. Fiem License #469 R.D. Snead Va. License Auctioneer #2145 ..... FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: Ralph Snead, Sales Manager (276) 889-2501 R.D. Snead, Auctioneer Cell (276) 608-6844 www.blueridgerealty.biz OPENING DAY...Friends and rivals await their game on Saturday, opening day of little league. This is a good opportunity to watch these young men learn the sport of baseball, visit the concessions and support the Clinch River Little League. Five easy steps to friendly landscape by Melinda Myers Gardening Expert It's possible to create a beautiful landscape and be kind to the environment even with a busy schedule and while staying within budget. "All it takes is a bit of planning and a few low maintenance strategies," says gardening expert and author Melinda Myers. Myers recommends these fixe strategies to create a low maintenance eco-friendly land- scape this season. Be Waterwise - Save money on the water bill, time spent wa- tering and this precious resource, water. Start by growing drought tolerant plants suited tO your growing environment. Once est- ablished they will only need watering during extended dry spells. Mulch with shredded lea- ves, evergreen needles, wood- chips or other organic matter to conserve moisture, reduce we- eds, and improve the soil as they decompose. Fertilize with a low nitrogen fertilizer, like Milorganite, that promotes slow steady growth instead of excessive greenery thlt requires more water. Plus, it won't burn even during drought. Put rainwater to work all season long by using rain barrels to capture rainwater off your roof or directly from the sky. Recycle Yard Waste in the Landscape - Minimize the amount of yard waste produced, a low maintenance eco- reuse what can be in other areas of the landscape and recycle the rest as compost. These are just a few strategies that will save time bagging, hauling, and disposing of yard debris. And better yet, implemeiating this strategy will save money and time spent buying and transporting soil amendments, since it will be created right in the backyard. Start by leaving grass clip- pings on the lawn. The short clippings break down quickly, adding organic matter, nutrients and moisture to the soil. Grow trees suited to the growing con- ditions and available space. That means less pruning and fewer trimmings that will need to be managed. Make Compost at home - Recycle yard waste into com- post. Put plant waste into a heap and let it rot. Yes, it really is that simple. The more effort put into the process, the quicker the results. Do not add insect-infested or diseased plant material or peren- nial weeds like quack grass, an- nual weeds gone to seed or inva- sive plants. Most compost piles are not hot enough to kill these pests. And do not 'add meat, dai, ry, or bones that can attract rodents. Manage Pests in Harmony with Nature - A healthy plant is the best defense against insects and disease Select the most pest-resistant plants suited to the DMV encourages motorists footwear while driving -Warmer Temperatures Can Lead to Dangerous As the weather gets warmer, the Virginia Department of Mot- or Vehicles (DMV) is reminding drivers that proper shoes play a big part in safety. Drivers should wear safe footwear that does not have an open heel such as flip-flops or sandals because these types of shoes can slip off and wedge un- der accelerator or brake pedals. High-heeled shoes can also be problematic because heels can get caught in or under floor mats and delay accelerating or brak- ing when needed. Driving in bare feet, socks, or stockings can also be dangerous causing your feet to slip off the gas or brake pedals. While wearing certain types of footwear while driving or driving barefoot is not illegal, vehicle control can be compro- mised, and it is not recom- mended. Sneakers or low heel flat shoes are encouraged. Consider keeping an extra pair of good driving shoes in your car to wear while operating your vehicle. DMV cautions drivers to be extra careful in wet weather as slippery soles make it easier for your foot to slip offthe pedals. "Our employees see it all the time," says DMV Commissioner growing conditions and provide proper care. Check plants regularly throughout the growing season It is easier to control a few insects than the hundreds that can develop in a week or two. And when problems arise, look for the most eco-friendly control. Start by removing small infest- ations by hand. Consider traps, barriers and natural products if further control is needed. And as always be sure to read and follaw label directions carefully. Energy Wise Landscape Design - Use landscape plant- ings to keep homes warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. Homes will have a more comfortable temperature throughout the seasons and energy costs will be reduced. Plant trees on the east and west slate of a house to shade windows in the summer and let the sun shine in and warm it up through the south-facing win- dows in winter. Shade air conditioners, so they run more efficiently and be sure to collect and use any water they produce for container gardens. - Incorporate these changes into gardening ventures.--a habits overtime. Then soon these and many more strategies that help you save time and money while being kind to the environment will seem to occur automatically. to wear safe Driving Habits- Richard D. Holcomb. "Our customer service representatives who conduct road tests have seen flip-flops and sandals come off and get stuck under the gas or brake pedal. Fortunately, we have not had any tragic situa- tions, but that is what we are trying to prevent." 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