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• Pfiffe 8 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, June 4, 2009 ....... Southwest Virginia All Youth 4-H Horse Show June 27 Ladies and Gentlemen and such as Hunter, Western, En- Horse Lovers of all ages...- glish, Walking, Showmanship, Saturday, June 27 is the date that Arabian Western Pleasure, has been set aside for the 25th Gymkhana and Equitation are Annual Southwest Virginia All offered in this show. Also Youth A-H Horse Show. This offered are classes unique to the event Will beheld at the South- area, such as country pleasure, west Virginia 4-H Educational racking, and pacing. Special Center, 25236 HillmanHighway, classes will be held for be- Abingdon. It is one of the most ginners, and disabled riders. unique all-breed events held in There wilt also be various "Little the United States. It features Britches" horseless classes for classes arid events to match the youth under 9 years of age. varied Lhorse interests in The Additional information and Great Southwest. The show is programs are available from all open to all youth from Virginia Virginia Cooperative Extension and surrounding states who are Offices in Southwest Virginia at least 9 years of age by (Dickenson County 926-4605; October 1, 2008 and no moreLee County 346-1522; Russell than 19 years of age by County 889-8056; Scott County / September 30, 2009. Youth do 452-2772; Wise County 328- not have to belong to 4-H in 6194) or frOm the Southwest order to participate. Designed to District Extension Office at be both a family recreati9nal (276) 619-4332. Anyone with an weekend and an educational interest in horses and horseman- development opportunity for ship isencouraged to attend and youth, this event is also the support the youth of The Great Katlin Wohlford and Ryan Phillips official Southwest District Southwest. You are guaranteed Wohlford, Phillips honored with TARWATER AWARD...Annually, Castlewood High allows.Qualifyingparticipants4"H Horseto qualifySh°w thatfor meat.t° find both fund and excite- School presents the Tarwater Community Service the Virginia State 4-H Horse Virginia Cooperative Exten- Fulks, King Award Award to an individual who voluntarily serves theShow. sion progra0as and employment ". Each year, castlewood High ages, varsity events, events Castlewood community. CHS proudly announces the Lodging, camping, and are open all, regardless of School recognizes two seniors lettered in, extracurricular 2009 recipient is Mr. William "Cotton" Wright. Mr. recreational facilities are open to race, color, national origin, sex, for their outstanding athletic activities and offices held during Wright has served the school and community for all participants and their families religion, age, disability, political at a reasonable charge. Stabling beliefs, sexual orientation, or achievements. The CharlieFulks the students' senior years. CHS several years as a volunteer for the CHS football and and ring facilities are available, marital or family status. An and Claude (Pee Wee) King is proud to announce that this baseball teams. We extend our sincerest gratitude and The show will be on a post entry equal opportunity~affirmative Memorial Awards are given to a year s Charlie Fulks Memorial congratulations to Mr. Wright for his service to CHS basis. A current negative Cog- action employer. young man and woman who are Award was awarded to Katlin senior lettermen. These awards Woldford and the Claude (Pee and surrounding community, gins test must be presented on If you are a person with a each animal. Information on disability and desire any as- are presented for senior year Wee) King Memorial Award to participation only. The awards Ryan Phillips. Congratulations to CHS Athletic Awards ,od m and camping fees can be sistive devices, services or other obtained by calling the South- accommodations to participate in are based on a variety of both Katlin and Ryan for theft Castlewood High School School Board member, Mrs. west Virginia 4-H Educational this activity, please contact the criteria, including grade aver- exceptional accomplishments, held its annual Athletic Awards Linda Cross. Center at (276) 676-6180 show manager, Sue Croghan, at ,,. Xl;se t: oun""otxt tx.t he*' 4 4 S ltDe o*'t on Tuesday, May 26 at 9:00 a.m, Girls receiving awards were between the hours of 9:00 a.m. (276) 623-0415 or (276) 356- • These awards were presented to as follows: Kelsey Addington, and 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. 3450 (9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. period served 469 Civil Papers. students participating in Virginia Olivia Amburgey, ShakaelaBall, This show is planned to Monday-Friday) or the South- "The Wise County Sheriff's During this seven-day period 15 High School League activities. Jordan Banner, Taylor Banner, accommodate all types of horses west Virginia 4-H Educational Office reports the following additional Criminal Investiga- The awards categories were as Stephanie Boyd, Kaitlin Clay, and ponies from the backyard Center at (276)676-6180 at least ictivities for the period of tions were initiated and 32 were follows: 1st year - Letter, Courtney Clifton, Lauren Corn- animal to the more show-ready five (5) days prior to this event 5/t8/2009 through 5/24/2009. cleared by arrest. The Sheriff's Emblem: 2nd year - Certificate, ptnn, Madison Compton, Nicole animals. Most standard classes to discuss accommodations. totalof 1,452 calls for this:seven-Wise Central Dispatch received a of OffiCecourtPr°videdRoom Security234 man-hourSfor the Bar; 3 year- Trophy, Bar.Counts, Kesha Crabtree, Mir- S-pe Plaque (3d year senior); and 4 anda Dye, Kara Evans, Lorren " events at year - Trophy (4th year junior), Evans, Samantha Ferguson, clal Coeburn day period. Of the total calls three courts. re.ceived 391 were dispatched to The Sheriff's Office tran- Plaque, Bar. One hundred and Jennifer Fisher, Carlie Fugate, Uar' ware. A-'S Center the Sheriff s Office. Total.aura- sported 0 adult in state, 0 adult twenty two students were recog- Ivy Gibson, Haley Gilbert, of Domestic calls for this out of state, 3 mental patient, and nized. Awards were announced Kayla Gordon, Terri Gordon, .period was 28. Criminal Process 5 juveniles for a total of 9 by Athletic Director Tom Allen. Chelsey Grizzel, Jessiea Hall, Several special musical pro- , .Friday, June 5-Little Big .for, the same period served 12 transports, involving 17 hours. The awards were presented by Megan Hall, Shaina Hall, grams are scheduled at the o tsmegrass;uu tanaing Dine- Felony Warrants, 23 Misdemean- Tile Sheriff's Office unlocked Principal Scotty Fletcher and Anastasia Hartsock, Hannah Lay's Hardware Center for the grass rom me t;ommonwealtla or Warrants, issued 45 .Traffic 4 vehicles and escorted 3 Assistant Principal Ed Musick. Heaton, Danielle Jessee, Kristin Arts on Front Street in Coeburn of Kentucky. • ... : .... 1. ,a * Friday, June 12--Kelley Summons and worked 1 Traffic funerals during this seven-day The recipients were congrat- Johnson, Mariahe Johnson, .... y ........ • . Netson tsana-muegrass n'om Accident. Civil process for this period, ulated by all the coaches and Kayla Keen, Autumn Layton, Thursdaymght from 6.30- • no h fl rRussell County's finest ..... Marissa Long, Samantha Lowe, 10:30, with c urge o .... - NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Chelsie McCall, Ashley MeRcy- admission. The events are open Lay's Mamware t enter mr • " ctators the Arts is a nonprofit organiza- holds, Chesley Meade, Stephanie to muslcmns and spe . . . /, TOWN OF ST. PAUL, VIRGINIA Merlette, Brittany Milgrim, at_a 6 p.m. tion dedicated to. the preserva-, On Friday"ni is. live tion.ofAppalachlan culture. . . The Ashley Osborne, Brittney Os- gh. . SYNOPSIS OF THE BUDGET borne, Meghan Osborne, Caitlyn bl__ ._s.uem q Is" featured from 6.30-" Center. offers great enmrmm- 1 1 n IS fi meat m a smoke free, alcohol Parker, Raqueal Phillips, Tara 10:30. Adm'ss'o " $5 or " " Philii-ps, Samantha Pratt, Morgan adults, $1 for children 6-12, and free family atmosphere. For more information, call FOR INFORMATION AND FISCAL PLANNING PURPOSES ONLY Purtee, Ali Ring, Rebecca Ring, under 6 admitted free. Doors Loretta Mays, 276-395-5160, or FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2009, THROUGH JUNE 30, 2010 Maria Rose, Amanda Smith, open at 6. - Maegan Smith, Rebecca Smith, The following are scheduled: e-mail • Leigha Statzer, Ariel Tempi, or Morgan Trent, Kandee Wallace, PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Council of the Town of St. Paul Alexis Whitaker, Katlin Wold- will, pursuant to Section 15.2-2506 of the Code of Virginia, as amended, conduct a ford and Crystal Woolford. Boys receiving awards were " public hearing in the Council Chambers at the Town Hall, St. Paul, Virginia, at 5:30 as follows: Ethan Addington, p.m. on the 15th day of June, 2009, to consider the proposed municipal budget for the Derek Allen, Joseph Baker, Zach . American Heart till fiscal year of July 1, 2009, through June 30, 2010. Bush, Jonathan Byerly, Timmy ( : Assoeiation.'quff " Castle, Ethan Collins, Vevan Fighting ~leart Disease and Stroko. A real estate tax levy of 18 cents per $100 assessed valuation of all taxable real estate Crabtree, Derek Daniels, Corey and public utilities (at 100% assessment) with improvements thereon. Note, the present Davis, Isaac Dingus, Abe Fields, . Ben Fields, Caleb Gibson, - - tax