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HEAD START VISITS POLICE DEPARTMENT...Children from the Kids' Central Head Start program, which meets at the Oxbow Center in St. Paul, were special guests of the SL Paul Police Department on Tuesday morning. THE COLLECTOR'S CORNER WEBB The Half Cent 1793-1857 except the over dates. series with four different major The Classic Head Half Cent, types, and,several varieties, over minted from 1809-1835, 1811 dates, small dates, large dates, close date, grade fine to very etc. Half cents minted from .fine, price, $1,500-$1,800. All 1793-1808 with one over 200 other dates in that series are under the wreath on the reverse common, 1810, grade fine, $75- side, 1809-1857 has half cent $100. Other dates, grade very inside of the wreath, good to fine, price range, $50- The Draped Bust type minted $60 better grades much higher. from 1800-1808, face to the The Coronet Half Cent, right, grade good to very good, minted from 1849-1857 all dates 1805 small srems, list price, are priced about the same, grade $1,500-2,000. 1806 small srems, good to very good $45-$50, fine, $600-$650. All other dates, grade fine $65-$70, extra fine, grade fine, price, $90-$110 price range $90-$110. South Mountain Boys to be at Country Cabin May 23 The South Mountain Boys Jam sessions are held each will be featured at the Country Tuesday at 7 p.m. Admission is Cabin on Saturday, May 23. free and all musicians and The Cabin is open Saturday spectators arewelcome. nights from 7:30-10:30 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults It is located one and one-half (12 and over) and $1 for miles west of Norton on The children two through 11. Crooked Road Musical Trail. For more information, call Watch for signs. 276-679-3541. Stop for Pedestrians in the Library Crosswalk-- It's the law! _lm HAY 23RD 11 .:OO NOON Pine Mountain Estate Elite Acreage Homesites New Log Home For more information contact EDWIN WAGONER & ASSOC., _== (276) 773-3623 or visit us online at =_= CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, May 21, 2009 Page 5 Blood Mobile to visit locally The Marsh Regional Blood Center, Norton, will conduct a blood drive next week. The Blood Mobile will visit Russell County Medical Center, Lebanon, on Friday, May 22, from i 0 a.m.-3 p.m. Donors will be welcome. cheese Donors may also give blood teas. dried basil at Mary's Chapel, Church and Layer zucchini, mushrooms Central Streets, Coeburn, be- and onion. Sprinkle with cheese tween 2-6 p.m. Thursday, May and basil. Salt and pepper to 21. taste and dot with butter. Cover For more information, call and bake 350 degrees for 20 Marsh Regional Blood Cenbter, minutes. Uncover and bake 10 276-679-4669. t minutes longer. ZUCCHINI BAKE 8 oz. creamed cottage cheese 2 cups sliced zucchini 1 small Cool Whip 1 cups slicedfresh 2 (3 oz.) pkg. orange- mushrooms pineapple Jello cup sliced onion 1 (13 % oz.) can crushed cup shredded cheddar pineapple, drained 1 (11 oz.) mandarin orange il segments, drained Blend together cheese and Cool Whip. Mix well. Sprinkle i the Jello over mixture and stir well. Fold in pineapple land orange segments. Put in container and chill overnight. LEMON JELLO CAKE BROCCOLI CASSEROLE 1 box yellow cake mix 2 pkg. frozen chopped ' cup corn oil broccoli 1 box lemon Jello cup mayonnaise 1 cup hot water Accelerated HELPDESK training l cancreamofchickensoup l tsp. lemon flavoring pkg. Pepperidge Farm 4eggs stuffing mix Mix hot water and Jello, stir. 1,_=ue~ms"'---lvluy26 1 stick margarine Let cool while mixing Other Cook broccoli according to ingredients. Put cake mix in Free tuition, fees, and books add to their employability skills are available for Virginia resi- by demonstrating a' level of dents entering MECC's newest competence that exceeds basic IT training program, technical knowledge. The Business & Information Individuals completing this Technology Division will begin course of study will be eligible an Accelerated Help Desk to sit for both the Microsoft Support program on May 26 to Certified Desktop Support help meet the growing needs of Technician certification local employers such as North- (MCDST) and CompTIA A+ rop Grumman, CGI and others, certification exams. coming off the success of the The MECC Accelerated Help College's Software Development Desk program is a 24 credit pro- Fast Track program, gram with courses in Advanced Funding for tuition, books Computer Literacy, Client Oper- and exam fees is available for a ating Systems, Windows Server limited number of individuals 2003 or Unix I, Database Fund- with Virginia residency, amentals or Desktop Database The growth of IT companies Software, Introduction to Net- in this area has created an work Concepts, Security Aware- increased demand for individuals ness for Managers, Personal who are trained to support the Computer Hardware & Trouble- day-to-day use of computer shooting, and User SuppoWHelp systems and networks. Desk Principles or MCDST Employment prospects in the Certification Prep. technical support or help desk To learn more about this environment are best for those program and opportunities for who possess the latest techno- tuition assistance, contact Vickie logical skills. Ratliff, Dean of Business & IT, Individuals who acquire Mountain Empire Community certification within the Microsoft College, at (276) 523-7462 or Office or Windows environment DMME schedules education meetings on natural gas and surface owner fights will range from the history of state rules and regulations go. verning natural gas, extraction, how wells are located and drilled to options for participa- Senators Phillip Puckett and William Wampler, and Dele- gates Clarence Phillips, Dan Bowling and Terry Kilgore, state regulatory officials and the Virginia natural gas industry have scheduled town hall style meetings to present information about natural gas production activities to surface and re- source owners. Three separate town hall meetings will be held the first of second week of June in Wise, Dickenson and Bucha- nan counties, the Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy (DMME) has announced. Senator Pucker and Delegate Phillips have asked to work with state regulatory officials and Virginia gas industry represen- tatives to help gas and surface property owners understand the ting in a lease agreement, among others, Following the presentation, state and industry representatives will conduct a question and answer session. In addition, state and indnst]3, representatives will be present at tables in an adjacent area to assist citizens who may have questions about specific wells, leasing issues, Board activities or other related matters. All of the meetings will begin at 6:30 p.m. The first of the town hall meetings will beheld on Monday, June 1, at Mountain Empire Community College's Goodloc Center in Big Stone processes related to natural gas Gap. The second meeting will ................ extraction activities, be held on Thursday, June 4, at J" [- .nPPFR The town hall meetings, the Jettie Baker Center in I vv, =--,~ vml=--=---il ~ll~gl--tl I mmv~=p ~ which are open to the general Clintwood. The third meeting I Custom Screenndntinn & Fmhrnido.rv I public, will feature two presen- will be held Tuesday, June 9, in I ~'-"'~ - -'-'-' "-.'-._s I tations, the first by DMME offi- the Booth Center at the I 21fi-194-gfi29 27fi.393.fllf13 I cials and the second by the Appalachian School of Law in I .... _-"_____-___-~_-__~.--~ ". ....... I Virginia Oil and Gas Associa- I ~~0~721,~,, I tion. Topics in the presentation Grundy. For additional information L f ubnU( ~i~ ;iii j.ii : " about the meetings, caU DMME at 276-523-8146, or e-mail Dmmelnfo Don't Put Your Babys Health s On TtieLine. * The Muscular Dystrophy Association's support services help Americans live with 40 neuromuscular diseases. And our cutting-edge research offers hope for a future without these disabling disorders. 1-800-572'1717 Muscular Dystrophy Association Take Care of So You Can Take Care o[ Your Baby: O Our / ' VD OT Virginia Department of Transportation pkg. directions and drain. Spread broccoli in bottom of baking dish. Mix mayonnaise and chicken soup and pour over broccoli. Melt margarine in a saucepan and toss with stuffing mix. Put on top of broccoli. Bake 350 degrees until bubbly. This is good to add cheese. ORANGE PINEAPPLE DREAM CAKE bowl, pour in oil and mix. Add eggs and flavoring. Pour in cooled Jello, mix and pour into a tube pan. Bake 325 degrees for 45 minutes. Cake Icing 1 cup powdered sugar juice of 1 lemon Mix sugar and lemon juice till it will run. Pour over warm cake and let it run down sides of cake. Route 627 (Long Ridge) Dickenson County Find out about the proposed reconstruction along Route 627 (Long Ridge) from Route 650 to Route 655. The improvements include spot widening, guardrail installation and pavement overlay. I Review the project information at VDOT's Bristol District office located at 870 Bonham Road in Bristol, telephone (276) 669- 6151, or at the Wise Residency office located at 703 Hurricane Road, N.E. Wise, telephone (276) 328-9331, or TTY/TDD 711. Please call ahead to assure the appropriate personnel are available to answer your questions. If your concerns cannot be satisfied, VDOT is willing to hold a public hearing. You may request that a public hearing be held by sending a written request on or before May 25, 2009, to Mr. Tillman Branson, Wise Residency Administrator, P.O. Box 60, Wise, VA 24293. If a request for a public hearing is received, notice of date. time and place of the hearing will be posted. VDOT ensures nondiscrimination and equal employment in all programs and activities in accordance with Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. If you need more information or special assistance for )ersons with disabilities or limited English proficiency, contact VDOT's Civil Rights Division, at the Bristol District Office, at the above address or telephone (276) 669-6151, or TTYf'FDD 711. State Project: 0626-025--442, N501 -4 0 "U r- C ffl m C 0 I11 COOPER -4 TRENDSETTER SE ALL-SEASON TREAD m QUIET RIDE WHITE~BLACK SIDEWALL rrl t1 oun 16618 East Riverside Dr. St. Paul, VA Men. - Fri. 8 am - 5 pm; Sat. 8 am - 1 pm 276-762-9501 or 276-762-9591 Located at 3020 Russell Street, St. Paul Specializing in newest color technique Mon.-Fri. 10-6 and Sat. 10-2 Call for appointment 276-7E 2-7622 Walk-ins welcome Hair Foil Hilights Paul Mitchell Color Manicures Pedicures! Waxing Glycolic Acid Foot Peels rgan ure Ford ;ed sales staff has great deals for Jim Long Big, big rebates Bill White Stacy Potter Low financing Saint Paul VA 762-5535