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Pbge 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES. St. Paul, VA, Thursday, May 3, 2007 :i! :::;!;i !? "ii~;+~i~! WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Loretta and Darrell Saly.ers of West Dante celebrated their 50th wedding anmversary on April 14. In honor of the couple a ceremony reaffirming their vows and reception was given to them by their children. They were joined in .'Celebration by their children Gregory Salyers of West Dante, Diana Salyers of Eugene, Oregon and Mitzi Fleming of Castlewood and many other family and friends. Bluegrass Circle to be Country Cabin on May 5 The Country Cabin, located in Nor[on on The Crooked Road Music Trail, will feature the sounds of Bluegrass Circle between 8-11 o'clock on Satur- day night, May 5. Admission for the night is $5 for adults (12 and older) and $1 for children 2- 11. at cake walks. Local musicians are welcome to play half-time breaks. The Country Cabin is located one and one-half miles west of Norton (between Norton and Appalachia). Watch for signs. Events at the Country Cabin are sponsored by Appalachian Neva Hamilton Matthews Library to host reading by local writer The J. Fred Matthews Memo- rial Library, St. Paul, will host a reading by local writer Neva Hamilton, on Saturday, May 19, at 1 p.m. Hamilton will read poems, short stories and excerpts from her first book, St. Peter's Monsters. Refreshments will be available. Her work appears in Blue- stone Review, Appalachian Heritage, Appalachian Journal, Clinch Mountain Review and Jimson Weed. In 2006, the Appalachian Writers .Associa- tion gave her a James Still Award for Poetry for "Sawmill Burning." The Virginia Commission for the Arts added her to its Writers in Virginia Directory last year. Poets & Writers magazine listed Hamilton as a poet in its Directory of American Poets and Fiction Writers in 2007. Her work has placed in several regional contests, including the Sherwood Anderson Short Story, Lonesome Pine Short Story, Lonesome Pine Poetry, Lost State Writers Conference, Explorations, and Virginia Highlands Creative Writing. Each Saturday night, liveTraditions, Inc a non-profit or- Hamilton, a native of Wise bluegrass music from the best in ganization. No alcoholis County, served as an op/ed local bands is featured. Dancing permitted, columnists for The Coalfield hicludes clogging, two-step, For more information, call Progress for six years and also flee-style, broom dances and 276-679-2632. worked for The Lebanon News -ak nD for a brief time. Currently she is " working on her second novel. e Sale i ante Friday For more information about . Dante Lives On will sponsor In addition to baked goods,this event, call the library at a Bake Sale on Friday, May 4, hot dogs will be available for 276-762-9702 or e-mail Neva beginning at 9 a.m. sale. Hamilton at news@nevahamil The event will be held in All proceeds will be used for ton.com. front of the old Pittston Office projects sponsored by Dante CULBERTSON CROWNED MISS ST. PAUL Brittany cuibertson, a 16'year- old sophomore at St. Paul High School, was crowned Miss St. Paul during the annual pageant held at the school on Saturday, April 28. Pictured, left to right, are Kayla Barnette, fourth runner up; Morgan Searberry, first runner up; Brittany Culbertson--Miss St. Paul; Latasha Austin, second runner up; and Tia Hail, third runner up. # Building in Dante. Lives On. South St. Paul i[;'c rib rod h h V] ' [ reuniOnAnyone who is interested ioubsc " e ay to t e C nch al ey Times :i call 762-7671 in having a reunion for all who MIS'S CI-I-S 2007 Al, lson Osborne was crowned- queen at the Miss CHS Pageant ,have lived in South St. Paul at on Friday, April 27 a.t 7:00 pm lathe Caktlewood High School Auditorium. The anytime is invited to call winners are, left to ,right, Dessa Greear (3rd runner up), ,lacklyn Burke (Miss i:Cttfford Salyer 276-738-8808 tli r.Shirley Sproles at 2762628- Sponsor, i' ,runnerlUp), s0niOsbo nei(Miss CHS 2007, Miss Photogenic, ;2392. : -iiJirector's Award), Chelsey. Summers iss CHS 2006), Lindsey Robins0n(1st: The reunion is scheduled runner up) andrJamie Fields (2nd runner up, Miss Congeniality). for August 18m at the Oxbow Center in St. Paul. Are you reading? Jamestown Loretta Duty Community Reads Are you reading A Land As visit God Made It: Jamestown and www.sbrl.org/lessonsofjamestow yo lr e [l[ ses the Birth of America by James n.htm. Printed brochures are also Horn? People across southwest available at participating lib- Virginia are! Copies are avail- able for borrowing and' pur- chasing at Russell County Public Paid Training, Vacations. PT/FT. Libraries in Lebanon and Hon- aker. Citizens are also parti- 1 -800-709-9754 EXT. 9601 cipating in a discussion series, USWA Exam/Fee Req. Lessons of Jamestown, 1607- 2007, sponsored by the public ! Company-providedCDL libraries of southwest Virginia, ~lllll~ll NO EXPERIENCE? .training for qualified candidates recognizing the quadricentennial : MaR, i,= $33,5oo-$6o,5oo of Jamestown and the nation. . 24/7 Movit. 276-395-6373 '~(depending on experience) Join friends and neighbors to: Super Tuesday ALL Tickets- $48o adriver for Schneider National ' Low-cost medical discuss Horn's history in i we'll train you in every aspect of the job. and dental insurance informal sessions at participating ! Siarnng,'An~emj flopkMs Russell County Official GED Testing Schedule 1 libraries throughout the spring. PARTIAL TEST SCHEDULE: schneiderjobs.com Readers will meet/at the Leb- i: ~.S=:2:15.4:3oFd:4:3O'l'9:157'9:15PMPM anon Library May 20 at 3 pm : I~-lhu: l. 9:15 PM ~ : May 2, 16, 23, 30 at 4:00 pm [J l Bmllll=m 1-SO0- -PRIDE and May 21 at 7 pm. Horn will : : FULLJPARTIALTEST SCHEDULE: CiS lk speak at eight locations in the : May 8 & 9 at 5:30 pm region the week of May 20. i Staffing: Steve Austin ," including at the Lebanon Lib- iI[,J i Fri-Sen:4:45.9:20 PM i All tests will be given at the Russell County Career ,o~ rary, May 23, at 3 pro. iUon-l e: 8:20 I~1 i & Technology Center, Building II. " . m . . . " " Other upcoming speakers Participants must register by the day prior to testing,Call889-6507 to register. a iauthor speakCouncilinClude Karerme Wood (Virginia June of n the 5,Indians)'and children's JudyWh Brown,book will :';i I N II'L't ) ~ i I IBtl II'$"I ~ ff~I'll " Jamle Dally: 7:15 PM Stamng:Kennedy " El'Hie's" ,r lYl.U O alld' ' GIlIS "" . sure .MS.Jamest wne'sUnc veredD'ea'{' at'S :2:aO'r:'Sm iBrown Will be t -e- : :, ', special guest for TJ Reader's i~ Stamng.AngelaBass~It i i ', Phone 762-5800 Ernic Kcilh, Pharmacisl Virginia Trails, the statewide ' summer reading program for i n,: i ; ,Y()llr hometown [)h;ll'lll~lCy children, the week ofJuly 23. ~ Tu~:7:301~ .~ ' [ i IIII ,mm~l./~i~l, :i IA)CATEI) I~ESll)E F()()I) CITY .~ y, ~ . 2o07. focuses attention on : .' , "re/,v, .' ; (, " Lessons of Jamestown. 1607- " ' :' ' i current historical knowledge and . Starnn#: Kate eeckinsale 4 Pharmacy ~1~ Your Health I ~,;~ ~ archaeological discoveries that i N~ht~:71~0. ~ ~ !i: " ] Monitor Blood Sugar While Pregnant enlarge our view of the sign- . Tue:gPM i :' ' ' ificance of Jamestown in the: [ Gestational diabetes refers to the type of diabetes that occurs ~ " history and culture of our region !III ier~i~il|tull~- ~ ; ] only during pregnancy. Excessive thirst and increased urination ::~ .i and nation. Join us to learn what WISE CO. SHOPPING CENTER " : i I may indicate that a woman who is pregnant has gestational I' ! . is myth and what is fact. . : 24/TMovieU,e:276-679-4252"* ' i diabetes. Women who are over 25 years of age, overweight --* ~,~ Lft: ",; :, Lessons of Jamestown will .SuperTuesday~LL Tickets.$45o'. , ' I- before pregnancy, or who have an immediate family member with ~ . " -, ' I diabetes are all at increased risk for having this condition. Women = . . be presented at eight public . ' I who are pregnant are typically screened between the 24th and ; ~ libraries in the region, including ! S r,n : i " ' ] 28th .weeks of pregnancy. A glucose challenge test is often:" ~ the Russell County Public ," ~ Carrie-Anne Moss : ', , Library, through November. The : ~.fl Daily: 4:30.7i30.9:30 PM i " [ performed as a way to screen for this condition. Women with series is funded, in part, by a ll Sat. :2.4:30.l:30,g:30PMi ; ' [ gestationa, diabetes are more likely to experience this condition GtR I Mrl, llgrantfr mthevirginiaF undi ' a'''"'=''';'' ''i" again in a later pregnancy and are also more likely to develop =11 1 1 ation for the Humanities and I type2 diabetes. 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