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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, May 19, 2016 Page'S/ A Business Appreciation reception was held on Friday from 5-7 at the Market Pavilion. Nine businesses were represented and entertained by Bluegrass Circle. Pictured are Poochie Bise and Harry Kelly. Selfe- Continued from page 1 places and some students only attended classes one- half day. Louellan and her students were moved to the Union Church in Bunch Town for the remainder of the year. Mr. James Fugate Reasor was the school principal at that time. Following the completion of the new Castlewood High School in 1950, Louellan and her 7th grade students relocated there, sharing the space with the high school students. She, along with her 7th grade students, were excited to be in a new, modern building with all the modern facili- ties. The school's principal was Mr. John Edgar Carter. Louellan continued to teach in the high school building until the new Castlewood Elementary School was ready for occu- pancy. At that time the ele- mentary grades were trans- ferred to the new building. Louellan would continue to teach in this building, a place she called "home," until her retirement. Louellan lived, ate, and dreamed all 42 years of teaching her students, which included generations of families. Her daughter, Mary Margaret Bailey, recalls "It has been pleas- ant for me to be stopped on the street or in a store and hearing someone say, 'Your mother taught me at __ school. Now, she was strict, but I really learned a lot from her.' I also had one lady show me a picture of mother she had been carrying in her wallet for over 30 years, saying how much she appreciated being in her classroom." "Forty-two years of teaching were not enough to satisfy my mother. After her retirement, she tutored students, did substitute teaching, and taught adult education classes. One gentleman told me he had never written a check until she taught him, at the age of 56, when he came to her classes. As you can see, she touched many lives. Some other memories which have been shared with me include her paddle (which had to be used on occasions), reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in class, ,along with daily reading of the Bible and repeating The Lord's Prayer before classes began." Mrs. Selfe - as most of us remember her Continued Next Week USDA offers new loans for ii portable farm storage and i handling equipment USDA's Farm Service Agency (FSA) will provide a new financing option to help farmers purchase , portable storage and han- dling equipment. The loans, which now include a smaller microloan option with lower down pay- ments, are designed to help producers, including new, small and mid-sized pro- ducers, grow their busi- nesses and markets. The program also offers a new "microloan" option, which allows applicants seeking less than $50,000 to qualify for a reduced down payment of five per- cent and no requirement to provide three years of pro- duction history. Farms of all sizes are eligible. The microloan option is expect- ed to be of particular bene- fit to smaller farms, and specialty crop producers who may not have access to commercial storage or on-farm storage after har- vest. These producers can invest in equipment like conveyers, scales or refrig- eration units and trucks that can store commodities before delivering them to markets. Producers do not need to demonstrate the' lack of commercial credit availability to apply. Earlier this year, FSA significantly expanded the list of commodities eligible for Farm Storage Facility Loan. Eligible commodi- ties now include aquacul- ture; floriculture; fruits (including nuts) and veg- etables; corn, grain sorghum, rice, oilseeds, oats, wheat, triticale, spelt) buckwheat, lentils, chick:. peas, dry peas sugat;~ peanuts, barley, rye, hay~ honey, hops, maple sap,. unprocessed meat and poultry, eggs, milk, cheese, butter, yogurt and renew-, able biomass. FSFL microloans can also be used to fmance wash anff pack equipment used post-, harvest, before a commod-' ity is placed in cold stoi'-" age. To learn more about Farm Storage Facilit3~ Loans, VlS~tt~ support or contact a loca~ FSA county office. To find your local FSA county office, visit " " We are pledged to pets. Call 276-762- tions! LPN job the letter and spirit 7159. openings to work of Virginia's and 4-14-tfncg Private Duty in St. HUD's equal Paul, VA starting opportunity hous- i m m e d i a t e I y. ing policies. Help Wanted Position is full- Virginia's fair time. Requires a housing law makes Russell County c u r r e n t / v a 1 i d it illegal to adver- Public Schools. Virginia nursing tise any preference, Notice of Vacancy license and at least limitation or dis-Position: Bus six months of nurs- crimination based Mechanic. Positioning experience. If on race, color, reli- Site Russell County interested please glen, national ori- School Bus Jessica at (276) gin, sex, elderly-Qualifications: 328-9340 ext. 29~or ness, familial status or handicap. This Applicants must email resume to newspaper will notpossess a high jsouth@inhome- school diploma or a EeL. knowingly accept advertising for real GED diploma. 5-19-3tcgL estate that violates ASE certifications, the fair housing training,and/or Russell County law. Our readers are experience pre- Public Schools. hereby informed ferred. Salary: Notice of Personnel that all dwellingsRefer to salary Vacancy. Position: advertised in thisscale on website. Possible Secondary newspaper are Closing of English Teacher. available on an Applications: 4:00Position Site: equal opportunity P.M., Friday, May Lebanon High basis. For more 20,2016. Interested S c h o o 1 information about persons should Qualifications: Virginia's Fair apply online at Applicants must Housing Law or to www.russell.kl2.vapossess a valid file a fair housing .us, under Virginia teaching complaint, call the " P e r s o n n e 1 certificate with an Virginia Fair Vacancies". If youendorsement in Housing Office at have any questions, English. Salary: (804) 367-8530. Toll free call (888) please contact Mr.Refer to salary 551-3247. For the Scotty Fletcher, scale on website . hearing impaired, Director of Closing Of call (804) 527- Personnel, at Applications: 4:00 4290. sfletcher@russell.k P.M., Friday, May, or call 20, 2016. Interested Houses for 276-889-6500. The Sale Russell County School Board is an H O U S E F O R Equal Opportunity SALE in Dante, 3 Employer. bedrooms, 1 bath,5-12-2tcgL heat pump. No rent to own. $26,000. Call 276-210-1885. 5 - 12 -4tpd Mobile Homes for Rent FOR RENT: mobile homes, located in St. Paul. 2BR 2BA; 2BR 1BA. References and deposit. No In Home Care, Inc. is now accept- ing LPN applica- WORK BOOTS Western boots by Rocky, Justin, Wolverine and more. Discontinued Styles now up to $40 off per pair. Big M Store 762-5956 persons should apply online at .us, under "Personnel Vacancies". If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Scotty Fletcher, Director of Personnel, at sfletcher@russell.k, or call 276-889-6500. The Russell County School Board is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 5-12-2tcgL DENTAL ASSIS- TANT. Looking for smart, dependable, outgoing individu- al. Will work chair- side with dentist. Experience pre- ferred. Monday- Thursday. Send resume to: PO Box 224 Coebum, VA 24230 5-19-2tcgL THE TOWN OF ST. PAUL is accepting applica- tions for lifeguards at the St. Paul pool. All applications must be received in the Town Hall by Stonebrmm" A ec spring Applied Dug Newly reaDy, ted 1 and 2 bedroom ~miL, Rear based an income Smoke free property Utilities paid Apply" at Wise County ~edevelopmeat & Housing A~ltborit~ eentrnI oEl~ee at 107 LitehHeld Street ]V~e Coeburn~ VA 24230 c.,7 6z_ 56 z,zws-61o4 , or 762-0222 CUMBERLAND MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD SERVING INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL HEALTH, INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS CMCSB is currently accepting applications for various positions within our organization. Qualifications for these positions vary, depending upon the posted position, and may include High School Diploma, Associate Degree, Bachelor's Degree, and Master's Degree poslt[ons, Please visit our webstte at www, for more informatk~n on our organization, and to view details of employment opportunities. CMCSB is an Equal Opportunity Employer. I 4:00 pm on May 23. Qualified applicants must possess certifica- tion in lifeguard training as well as CPR training. Applications may be obtained at the Town Hall. Any questions regarding certifications, please contact the Town Hall at 276- 762-5297. The Town of St. Paul is an equal opportuni- ty employer. 5-19-1tcgL In Home Care has immediate open- ings for Personal Care Aides and Certified Nurse Aides in the Castlewood area!! Job duties include assisting recipients with bathing, dress- ing, cooking, clean- ing, etc. To apply, please call Jessica at (276) 328-9340 EXT 29 or (800) 784-3500. EOE. 5-19-3tcgL Russell County Public Schools. Notice of Personnel Vacancy. Position: Part-time School Nurse. Position Site: District W i d e Qualifications: Applicant must be a Registered Nurse with at least 3 years of experience. Experience in Pediatrics is pre- ferred. Salary: $24.00 per hour . Closing Of Applications: 4:00 P.M., Friday, May 20, 2016. Interested persons should apply online at www.russell.k .us, under "Personnel. Vacancies". If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Scotty Fletcher, Director of Personnel, at sfletcher@russell.k, or call 276-889-6500..The Russell County School Board is an Equal Opportunity Employer. _ P l 5-12-2tcgL Virginia. Tract 1 features a 3,0005: Miscellaneous sq. ft. Brick Ranch House, 3 Bedroom, for Sale 2 1/2 Bathes. Friday, May 20 at CARPETS AND 11:00 am. Call RUGS. Free esti- today or visit for more mates on any size information and job. For all flooring preview dates. needs. Big M, 762-George A. 5956. McConnell (VA 5-6-tfncgL #226) (540) 353- 1108 (mobile). Woltz & Notice Associates, Inc. (VA #321) Real NOTICE OF Estate Brokers & BUDGET Auctioneers 800- WORKSHOP 551-3588. There will be a M E D I C A L Town Council B I L L I N G Budget Workshop T R A I N E E S held at 5:00 pm onNEEDED! Train to Monday, May 23, become a Medical 2016 at the Town Office Assistant! Hall Council NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! Chambers located Training & Job at 16531 Russell Placement avail- St., St. Paul, able at CTI! HS Virginia. The pur-Diploma/GED & pose of the meeting Computer needed. is to discuss budget 1-888-424-9419 requests and review the final draft of the Our Hunters will proposed 2016-17 Pay Top $$$ To Budget as recom- hunt your land. mended from the Call for a Free Base 1600; Lynchburg/Roanok e 800-614-650ff;' LFCC/Winchestel; 800-454-1400 ~- SAWMILLS fro~ only $4397.00 MAKE & SAVE MONEY with yog~ own bandmill- Cu,~ lumber any dimeii- sion. In stock ready to ship! FREE I n f o / D V D ":' www.NorwoodSaw mills.corn1-800- 578-1363 Extl 300N .-, AVIATION Gra~!s work with JetBlue~ Boeing, NASA h/i'd others-start here with hands on train- ing for FAA certifi: cation. Financial aid if qualified.. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 877- 204-4130. , Budget Committee. 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The rehab team i~ part of a larger interdisoiplinary group that works together to oars for older adults with ohronio illnesses who live at home end need helpwRh aotivitiee of daily living. Along with the PT and OT, the intordisoiplinaqf team inoludes a physioian, nurse praotitioner, registered nurse, dietitian, pharmaotst, social worker, home nero ooordinator, transpodation speolallat, reareation direotor and PACE oenter manager. KILL BED BUGS & THEIR EGGS.~ Buy Harris Bed Bug Killers/KIT Complete Treatment System., Available:, Hardware Store. The Home Depot. This ia a fulltime, salaried position with generous leave and fringe benefits. Apply online at For more information, oontaet Tony Lawson at or 276-523-0599. No "barrier orime" oonviotions (See 32.1-126.01 and 32.1-]62.9:1 and 63.2-171g of the Code of Virginia for a complete list). MEOC is an equal opportunity employer, and gives preferenQe to older workers. EEO-VET-AA-Oider Workers i I