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Page 4 CLINCH VAI,I,EY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, April 23, 2009 SPHS ART STUDENTS...Pictured left to right are Chelsea Martin, Katie Jessee SPHS teacher, Gregory Edwards, Dominion Hybrid Energy and Amanda Fields. SPHS visual art students present art projects St. Paul High School Visualsoon be a permanent display in watercolor paintings, drawings, Art students Chelsea Martin and the offices of the Dominionand inkreliefprints. Amanda Fields completed artHybrid Energy Center. St. Paul All artworks will be on ..................... projects that were presented to Elementary Students also parti- display at the Wise County .... Greg.ory Edwards, Media/Corn- cipated in the CEDAR coal unit Christian School in Wise munlty Relations Manager oftaught by Katie Jessee. Artworks beginning Wednesday~ April 22 Dominion, Virginia City Hybrid include acrylic paintings, multi- and lasting until Saturday, April Energy Center. This artwork will media collage, fossil cast,25. by Jordan Banner and Terri Gordon Happy birthday Scan Lyttle will celebrate his fifteenth birthday on April 29. His brother, Trace Trent, wishes him a very happy one. Parents are Michael Lyttle and Holly Lyttle. Grandmother is Patty Lyttle, all of St. Paul. Last week at CHS, Mountain Youth Drama performed for the high school and elementary . school on Tuesday, April 7. Their message centered on teen relationships and was presented through blend of comedy, dra- ma, and music. On Wednesday, April 8, students with an interest in medicine traveled with Mrs. Jane Carter to Bristol, VA to the Innovative Technology Center and toured their research and production facility. Students and staff will be enjoying Spring Break from Friday, April 10- Sunday, April 19. Everyone at CHS would like to wish the surrounding communities a very Happy Easter! In sports, the varsity baseball and softball teams traveled to Ervinton on Thursday, April 9. Also, on April 9, the varsity tennis team traveled to Lebanon. On Monday, April 13, varsity tennis traveled to Thomas Walker. On Tuesday, April 14, the varsity baseball team hosted Coeburn. In other news, Group I Clubs, including FBLA, Youth Alive, and the Stockman's Club, met in the afternoon of Thurs- day, April 9. For more information, the end of the 5th six-weeks will be Tuesday, April 2 [. Report cards will be sent home on Monday, May 4. Graduation is set for Sunday, June 7th at 1:00 p.m. Prom tickets are now on sale. The cost is $30. Out of school .guests must be signed up with a junmr class sponsor. Appli- cations for the Summer Governor's School at the community college are available in the guidance office. Any student in grade 10 or 11 can apply for this program. Yearbook senior ads are now on sale. Parents interested in purchasing a personalized senior ad can do so for $30. Please see Mrs. Monk for an application. Space is limited. Yearbooks are still on sale. The cost is $50. Books may be reserved for a down payment of $25. Books purchased on delivery next year will cost $55. Mother's Day Basket Rec p by Habit Happy birthday aLACK VELVET CAKE 1 box devil's food cake mix Ava Claire Goodwin 1 sm. box instant chocolate celebrated her first birthday on fudge pudding mix February 2 with family and 1 (8 oz.) sour cream friends. She lives in Raleigh, 4 eggs NC with her parents, Tom and 1 (8 oz.) pkg. chocolate chips Wendy Goodwin. 1 ½ cups water Grandparents are Jim and 1/3 cup oil Betty Mays, St. Paul and 1 pkg. chopped pecans Ronnie and Shirley Goodwin Mix cake mix, pudding, sour of Covington. cream, eggs, water and oil together until creamy. Pour % of Miss SPHS mixture into a greased and floured tube pan. Sprinkle chips Beauty Pageant and pecans over mixture. Spread remainder of batter over chips The SPHS Beauty Pageant and pecans. Bake 350 degrees will be held on May 16 at 7 pm for 30 to 35 minutes or until it at the SPHS auditorium. There springs back. will also be a "Mr." SPHS category this year but it is DREAMSICLE PIE limited to senior and possibly Ύ cup Tang junior boys. 1 (16 oz.) Cool Whip Friends of the Library to hold annual Mother's more information and 1 (3 oz.) cream cheese age categories please call 1 (16 oz.) sour cream Day Basket fund raiser i- SPHS at 762-5221. lean sweetened condensed milk '" : :* The Friends of the J. Fred Basket filled with over $400.00 scented candles, CD's and much T -. .-.-.. .-.- graham cracker pie crusts Matthews Memorial Library are worth of items. The items in- more. Members of the friends wm l_Jlag,,l~--.~t, ttl~i ........ Do. not use a mixer; spoon having their annual Mother's clude: original art work, a copy group will be taking donations ~ . . -- only. Mix Cool Whip, cream Day Basket fund raiser. For a of local author Neva Bryan's until May 5, 2009. ASS n tO meet hoo,o, sour cream and $1.00 donation you will receive new novel Saint Peter's The basket will be given condensed milk together. When a chance to win a Mother's Day Monsters, bath and body works, away on Wednesday, May 6 at mixed thoroughly, add Tang to .... 12:00 noon at the library. You do The Virginia Black Lung As- lbQQ mixture and stir thoroughly. Spoon into pie crusts. Chill overnight. GEORGIA CRACKER SALAD 1 sleeve saltine crackers 1 large tomato, finely chopped 3 green onions, chopped 1 ½ cups mayonnaise I egg, hard boiled and f'mely chopped Crush crackers and mix all ingredients together. Serve with seafood dishes. CHICKEN CROISSANTS 2 cups cooked chicken breasts, cubed Ό cup diced celery Ό cup golden raisins Ό cup dried cranberries Ό cup sliced almonds Ύ cup mayonnaise or salad dressing 2 tbsp. chopped red onion Ό tsp. salt Ό tsp. pepper croissants, split Combine all ingredients except for the croissants. Mix well. Spoon mixture into each croissant. GIANT YARD SALE Saturday, May 2, 2009 (One Day Only) 7 am - 7 pm at the "Buzzard Roost" sign on Highway 58 Sponsored by the Fort Gibson United Methodist Men (Hot Dogs and Concessions available) The public and members of the church are invited to donate their unwanted treasures for this sale between now and April 28. We will accept such items as dishes, clothing, pictures, working appliances, tools, toys, baskets, artificial flowers, ceramics, furniture, books, office equipment, rugs, etc. To deliver your items or arrange for possible pick-up, contact: J.D. Cassell 762-7829, Gaines Dickenson 738-9230, Leon Selfe 762-5824, Joe Tomlinson 762-7555,Dennis Hensdill 738-8109 Ernie's Drug and Gifts Phone 762-5800 Ernie Keith, Pharmacist Your hometown pharmacy LOCATED BESIDE FOOD CITY Pharmacy & Your Health Irritable Bowel Syndrome Treatments Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is an abnormal function of the gastrointestinal tract. Up to 20% of Americans may be affected by this condition. Symptoms of IBS range from mild to severe, including abdominal cramping, bloating, diarrhea, and or 'constipation. This condition may be due to a change in the nerves that control muscle contractions in the bowel, or changes in the .central nervous system that is connected to the colon. Hormonal changes also may play a role. Certain foods and beverages, such -~; chocolate, alcohol, and milk may trigger symptoms. Stress may re:d-e symptoms worse, however is not considered to be a cause of iI[ symptoms.~.~-; ] 1 here ale many tleatments available that target the relief of IBS I symptoms. Fiber supplements, such as psyllium (Metamucil) and methylcellulose (Citrucel), may benefit individuals experiencing constipation. Lopermide (Imodium) is available over-the-counter for the relief of diarrhea. Hyoscyamine (Levsin) is an anticholinergic medication that works in the nervous system to relieve bowel spasms. Lubiprostone (Amitiza) is a newer medication approved for women 18 years of age and older that experience constipation rel::,,ted to IBS. This medication is taken twice daily and increases fhlid r %"r~.tic~.~ in lh~ ",,,'ill intestine to facilitate ~tool n~oz:;,,e We Now Carry $1 $1 . a Great Selection of $1.00 items[ - See us for all your health and beauty needs PUBLIC FAX # 276-762-0213 not have to be present to win this basket. To make your donation, see a member of the friends group, or contact the library at 276- 762.9702. All proceeds go to- wards purchasing reading mat- erial for the library and to sup- port the many children's pro- grams offered by the J. Fred Matthews Memorial Library. sociation will combine its re- 24, at 1 p.m. at the Norton Com- munity Center. The meeting is open to all those who are interested, icnluding union, non-union, miners and widows concerned about receiv-ing Black Lung Benefits. gular meetings for Wise Coun~ TOWN COUNCIL.. and Lee County on Friday, April Donate Your 1:30 P.O. Box 939 Lebanon, VA 24266 wlrv.com Phone (276) 889-1380 Fax (276) 889-1388 (Continued from page i) a $2,884 fee to Southern Soft- ware for a renewal of their sup- port agreement. Councilwoman Steel reported that the Christmas decorations this year will concentrate on adding snowflakes and putting them throughout the town. Council agreed to purchase an additional 20 snowflakes for $4,74O. Interim Police Chief George Robinson reported that he and the police department plan to hold a child's safety seat pro- gram from 1-4 on May 30 prior to the first events of the Clinch River Days Festival. They have atmosphere that is supportive, while showcasiing each as via- ble, valuable and necessary community resources. The Mar- ket encourages direct communi- cation between consumers and growers and fosters social gath- ering and community building." ,O : Stadium Theatres i • Movie H0tline 27H794252 • Located in Downtown Norton, VA • • • nortoncinema.com received donations of car seats • * * * * * * * * * * * • from several companies. He also[ HAHHAH MONTANA ] • TNE NOllE o • asked that the Council design [ DALLY: 4:45 • 7:19 ° 9:20 PM ] • and approve an ordinance con- SAT-SUN: 12:10" 2:30 "4:45 • cerning skateboarding and roller • ~:10°9:20 PM • skating. Town Attorney MiLch- • [ 17 AGAIN ee-,s ] • ell Mobley will work with Ro- • a^,tY: 4:40.7:0~-9:4o p~ / •I SAT-SUN: 12:00 " 2:20 " 4:40 / • binson to formulate an ordi- • 7:05-9:40PM J • nance. • -- • Following a closed meeting, • ONANK niGH VOLTAGE = ) • the Council approved the Me-• OA,tY: 4:a5 - ~:~- 9:z~ pu / • morandum of Understanding • SAT-SUN: 12:15 - 2:40 * 4:35 / • • 7:20 • 9:25 PM J • with the Castlewood Water & • • Sewage Authority and the Wise • [ FAST & FURIOUS 4 P|-la 1 • County Public Service Authori- • I DALLY: 4:50o 7:15• 9:45 PM / • SAT-SUN: 12:05 " 2:25 • 4:50 / • ty. concerning the proposed re- • 7:15.9:~ pu j • gionai wastewater treatment fa- • • MONSTERS VS. ALIENS ra ] • cility. Members also voted to • employ Matthew Puckett as a • OAILY:4:55°7:OOPM /• SAT-SUN: 12:30 - 2:50 - 4:55 / full time policeman, and Dennis • r:00 pu j • ~, Adkins as a part-time patrolman. Present for the meeting were [ OBSEIVE & IEPONT =] ~ ~.. Council members Raymond [ DALLY: 9:15 PM J • Trent, Sharon Steele, Grant •[ OBSESSED PII-la ] • Marshall, Kenneth Holbrook, • / THU (4-23): 12:00 MID | • Blake Whitenack and Harry • / ~^,tY: 5:0o. r:a0- 9:~0 0u t • Kelly; Mayor Kyle Fletcher; • / SAT-SDN: 12:25" 2:~" 5:00 / • • L :a0. :5o j • Town Treasurer Debbie Baca; • • Town Attorney Mitchell Mob- • [ FIGHTING Pe-II ] • Icy; and several spectators. • / THD (4-23): 12:00 MID / • / DALLY: 5:05 " 7:25 • 9:35 PM | • / SAT-SUN: 12:20 - 2:35 • 5:05 I • checks, kids' activities and a •[ 7:25°9:85PM J • recipe swap. • • ALL STADIUM SEATING AUDITORIUMS • ALL DIGITAL SURROUND SOUND Market Managers are Juanita • ....... ~ ~... ~ • Kelley, Connie Kessinger and • ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ • Doris Fletcher. Information • l ~ (=Er,,ITRAL. ~ • about the Clinch River Farmers' • | _ - IN • Market is available from them. • / alackwood- VA• They work closely with the • L 276-679-3761 • Farmers' Market Steering Com- • • ~ ~ • mittee, which meets weekly.• [" ~ -] • The mission statement of the • / i0NNiglI~III Pt-li [ • new local feature reads as • [ FRI & SAT: 8:45 PM j • follows: • • • ,, "The Mission of the Clinch • I ~-] River Farmers' Market is to• L FRI & S~l: 10:15 PM .J promote local farmers, produc- • ers, craters and artisans in an •