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iBilnlumum  llll+Mlilllgglli Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, May 7, 2009 i!I l STATE LEADE00"IP CONFE00NCE...Pictured, front row, l00ft to right, Nicole Counts, Derek Allen, Terri Gordon, Miranda Dye, Meghan Osborne, Chesley Meade, Kelsey Hall, Kendra Taylor, Natasha Shortridge, Stephanie Boyd and Samantha Ferguson. Second row, Ethan Collins, Casey Phillips, Greg TOUR PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY...Pictured, left to right are Shaina Kiser, Devan Crabtree, Brittany Milgrim, Samantha Pratt, Morgan Burke, Gage Hall, Rebecca Ring, Dr. Keith R. Latham, Kelsey Addington, Morgan Trent, McCoy and Ali Ring. Back row, Danielle Jessee, Kayla Keen, Matt Salyer, Katlin Wohlford. Kaitlin Clay, Jordan Banner and Meghan Osborne. Katlin Wohlford, Kelsey Addington, Jennifer Fisher, Crystal Woolford, Jordan :CHS students tour local Pharmaceutical Company Lovelace, C.J. WardandOlivia Amburgey. On Wednesday, April 8, development and manufacturing, potential breast cancer tumors. CHS FBLA places 9 teams at Leadership Conference advanced science students from The tour was given by Dr. Keith At the end of the tour, Mrs. Castlewood High School R. Latham, President and CEO Carter said, "What an exciting The Castlewood High School Meade and Jordan Lovelace, 2 nd Most Outstanding Chapter in the enjoyed a tour of Innovative of Innovative Technologies. op.portunity for the kids to see chapter of the Future Business place State Service Project, State of Virginia. The following Technologies in Bristol. The The students were allowed to sctence in action. They had no Leaders of America traveled to Project ASK; Chesley Meade FBLA members are eligible to • .students were accompanied by ask many questions, wereshown clue this kind of industry even Reston on Thursday, April 16 and Terri Gordon, 2 "d place compete in the national FBLA Chemistry teacher, Mrs. Jane the machines used to make and existed in our area." through Sunday, April 19 to Local Annual Business Report; Leadership Conference to be • " Carter. These students, interested bottle medicine, and also viewed A special thanks to Dr. participate in the FBLA State Kayla Keen, 2 "d place Word held in Anaheim, California June in pursuing careers in medicine, some X-rays of rats were used to Latham and Innovative Tech- Leadership Conference. The Processing II; Greg Kiser and 25-28; Devan Crabtree, Stephan- learned about the processes and test Blue-T, a experimental drug nologies for hosting this group participated in competi- Brittany Milgrim, 4  place ie Boyd, Ethan Collins, Terri technologies involved in drug will make it easier to find informative tour. tion, leadership workshops and Emerging Business Issues; Gordon, Kelsey Hall, Kayla . all conference meetings. The Jennifer Fisher and C.J. Ward, Keen, Chesley Meade, Natasha chapter was successful in pine- 4th place Web Site Devel- Shortridge, and Kendra Taylor. ing 9 teams resulting as follows: opment; and Miranda Dye and While in Reston, the group Ethan Collins, 1 st place Desktop Meghan Osborne, 4 t place also took in some of the local Application Programming; American Enterprise Project. attractions. They toured the : Katlin Wohlford, $1000 Sarah Castlewood High School FBLA Bureau of Engraving, Union Lowe Scholarship Winner and was named an Honor Chapter, Station, the Washington was named to Who's Who in based on the chapter's Monument and the downtown Virginia FBLA; Devan Crabtree, participation in community Washington, DC area. Last week at CHS, the senior May 5, the varsity baseball and Natasha Shortridge and Stephan service projects and competition. Congratulations "to all the class took a trip to the Barter softball teams hosted Ervinton. Boyd, 2 "d place Partnership with Competing against 157 schools.,d participants for their successes Theatre in Abingdon, VA to see For your information, the Business Project; Chesley the CHS FBLA was named 3 and representation of the area. Othello on Wednesday, April 29. ASSET (placement) test for REUNI ON S Select business students attended Dual Enrollment will be given 'i a. W_,m 'd'a n n the 38 th Annual Business Edu- during 1 st, 2 nd and 3 rd periods on cation Contest hosted by Wednesday, May 6. Graduation • • • WRIGHT, MAYS, ETC. Southwest Virginia Community is set for Sunday, June 7 at 1:00 The Wright, Mays, Smith, College on Thursday, April 30. p.m. R',4 by H,I Hdl, Moore, Mullins, Booher and all Select math students traveled to Any student age 14 or older other related families will hold a , reunion at the Russell County SWCC on Friday, May 1, to looking for a summer job needs compete in a math competition, to see Ms. Cassell in the COCONUT TOAST times. Onions and chives can be Fairgrounds, Castlewood, on Report cards for the 5 th six- Guidance Office. Applications 1 cup flaked coconut added to the meatballs. Saturday, May 23, beginning at weeks were sent home on for the Summer Governor's 1 cup sugar 10 a.m. Bring a covered dish. Monday, May 4. The faculty, School at the commnnity college   ½ cup butter, melted MEXICAN DEVILED EGGS Dinner will start ar°und 12 noon. Bring photos and family staff, and student body at CHS are available in the guidance 1 egg, beaten would like tO express our appre- office. Any student in grade 10 1 tsp. vanilla 8 hard cooked eggs history. If you are able to attend, elation to our school nutrition or 11 can apply for this program. 11 to 12 slices while bread ½ cup sharp cheddar cheese send a card or letter to Timothy employees in honor of School Yearbook senior ads are Combine coconut, sugar, Ό cup mayonnaise Smith, 363 Red Oak Ridge Nutrition Employee Apprecia- now on sale. Parents interested butter, egg and vanilla; mix well. Ό cup salsa Road, Castlewood, VA 24224, tion Week. in purchasing a personalized Spread over each slice of bread; 2 tbsp. chopped green onions or call him at 276-762-51 ! 2. : In sports the track team senior ad can do so for $30. place on ungreased baking sheet, l tbsp. sourcream Free hild aveled to Coeburn on Wednes- Please see Mrs. Monk for an N i 1 Bake 350 degrees 15 to 20 salt and pepper to taste C : ;day, April 29. Varsity baseball application. Space is limited, ew arr va minutes or until lightly brown. Slice eggs in half lengthwise; 2 aveled to Pound .and varsity Yearbooks are still on sale. The Lee and Christi Jessee of remove yolks and set whites seat check :-soRbaU hosted Thomas Walker cost is $50. Books may be Castlewood would like to TURKEY MEATBALLS aside. In a small bowl, mash "on Thursday, April 30. The track reserved for a down payment of announce the birth of their 1 lb. ground turkey yolks with cheese, mayonnaise, team traveled to Coeburn on $25. Books purchased on daughter, Caylee Elizabeth, on Ό cup oat bran cereal salsa, onions, sour cream and The St. Paul Police Depart- Monday, May 4. On Tuesday, delivery next year will cost $55. March 6 at BRMC. She 1 bottle (14 oz.) catsup salt and pepper. Stuff egg ment will hold a free child -  weighed seven pounds and 1 cup grape jelly whites, Refrigerate until serving, safety seat check on Saturday, May 30, from 1-4 p.m. at the three ounces and was 18 inches 3 to 4 tbsp. lemon juice Oxbow Center, in conjunction FREE LIVE CONCERT SUNSHINE SALAD long. Caylee has one sister, Combine turkey and cereal; Abigail. mix well. Shape into 1 inch 1 can (20 oz.) pineapple with the Clinch River Festival. Grandparents are Larry balls. In a Dutch oven, combine tidbits Free child seats will be ava_il- featuring Kelley Nelson Band (Beaver) and Gall Evans and catsup, jelly and lemon juice; 1 can (11 oz.) mandarin able, while they last, to quail-- Roger and Linda Jessee of bring to a boil. Add meatballs, oranges fying families. Ma & Pa  Castlewood. Great-grandmo- Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered l pkg.(3.4oz.)instantlemon byThe event is being sp°ns°redthe St. Paul Police Depart-  they is Wilma Johnson, also of 35 to 40 minutes or until meat is pudding Castlewood. no longer pink, stirring several 1 cup quartered strawberries ment, Wise Police Department, 1 cup sliced ripe bananas Wise County Sheriff's Office y, M y 8 00 p Drain pineapple and oranges, and the Safe Kids Coalition. F rida a ,7: m Auto Paint Chips, Scratches, Bumpers reserving liquid. In a bowl, o ooo.o.ooooooo Bring y la combine pudding mix with :i,,,_A":l,W_,YIEll,[OIl: our wn chairs/ and Dents- Meet Your Match! reserved fruit juices. Fold in pineapple, oranges and !  ’in ’i| i For 20 years, Colors on Parade has provided affordable, strawberries; chill for at least 2 , same-day repairs to vehicle chips, scratches, bumpers and dents, hours. 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Each Saturday night, from • / GiRLFRIENDS PAST Pe-'3 / " 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm, live •/ ...... :oo.:o.o:oo, / • " m . i SAT-SdN: 12:10 - 2:50 - 5:00 l Your hometovn ihan'macv ' /,lrd/jr LJe’ d/ lf=tl4 bluegrass music from the best in ; L 7:30"10:01]PM ) ; LOCATED BESIDE FOOl) ("IT' local bands is featured. Dancing . •  / n 114=lCt I=  n pn.l_.l A L includes clogging, two-step, flee- • • P.arma.00 LOC YOUR s00,o, broom dances and cake • • Drug Treatment for Diabetic Pain walks.  Local musicians are welcome . f nHan BHTAn: ), STATION -' ""'""" '- The term for diabetic-associated pain is peripheral neuropathy. NEWS to play halRime breaks. "/ ...... r:,0,, ,• • The Country Cabin is located • L SAT-SON: 2:40" 7:10 PM J • This is a condition of pain and numbness of the nerves in the hands one and one-half miles west of • • • [" 17 AGAIN Pa-lS , ) • AT Norton (between Norton and and feet. Diabetes is a common cause of peripheral neuropathy. /"%1 : Appalachia). Watch for signs. More than 3 million Americans with diabetes experience : L SAT-SUN:12:1"5°4:40°9:15PMgAILY" 4"40 " 9"15 PM J •• neuropathic pain. Signs and symptoms may include tingling or Events at the Country Cabin • - • _ ( FI6HTINb re43 ) burning sensations, sensitivity to touch, and muscle weakness. ] ] 30 AM ] 30 PM are sponsored by Appalachian ,,1 ...... 5:05-7:25-9:35PM | • Because sensations may be decreased, persons with diabetes are " • Traditions, :Inc., a non-profit • / -o,: :o. z:as. :, / • advised to check their feet regularly to identify any minor injuries • l • organization. No alcohol is • z:. 9: M • ond 4:30 PM that could lead to serious infections if the injury is not noticed, permitted. • • A vanety of types of medications are available for the treatment of For more information, call • • diabetic-associated pain, however not all are approved by the Food 276-679-3541. " • ALL STADIUM SEATING AUDITORIUMS • • ALL DIGI rAL SURROUND SOUND • and Drug Administration. Duloxetine (Cymbalta), a selective Clogging and line dance • ,  ,:   ,   . • serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor, and pregabalin classes began at the Country • • (Lynca), an anticonvulsant, are medications approved specifically P'O, Box 939 Cabin IT on Monday, May 4. • ii] : CENTRAL  • for treating diabetic peripheral neuropathic pain. Other Basic clogging begins at 6 pm • i ! ' DRIVE - IN • anticonvulsant medications, such as carbamazepine (Tegretol) and and line dance .at 7 pm each • :1  • • 276-679-3761 • gabapentin (Neurontin) may be prescribed. Different types of Lebanon, VA 24266 Monday forsixweeks. • ................................ . antidepressants also may be prescribed. A lidocaine patch w/rv, com Cost is $20 for clogging • i • (Lidoderm), a topical anesthetic, also may be applied to the skin in class, $20 for line dance class or • |  • thearea of most severe pain. 6) 889 $30 for both classes, per person =10  PG-13 i[ •[ • for six weeks. For information, • FRI-SAT-SUN: 9:00 P • ' We Now Carry $? Phone (27 - 1380 call 276-679-5559 after 6 pm. • _E • (276) 889 i i . $ a Great Selection of $1.00 itemsl $'1 Fox 1388 [ PAWS meets everythird ] • 1 WOLVERINEFs-n [ • " See us for all your health and beauty needs -- I Thursday of the month, 6 I • i[ FR'SAT'SUN---- 11:00 .... PM [:i • PUBLIC FAX#276-762-0213 i pm at the Oxbow Center. [ ••••••,•••••••••  ...................      • Ernie's Drug and Gifts Phone 762-5800 En'nie Kcilh, Pharmacist Yoll I" h 0 Iil e |0 %V Ii |) i] a I" Ill 1C V LOCATED BESll)E FOOl) CITY