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Page 10 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St Paul, VA, Thursday, June 4, 2009 : WEE BABY MISS ST. PA-UL...Ava Elane Amburgey was named Wee Baby Miss St. Paul during the annual Miss St. Paul Pageant, held on Saturday, May t6. Pictured, left to right, are Mia Rashae Hale, third runner up; Jayden Lynn Campbell, first runner up; Ava Elane Amburgey-Wee Baby Miss; Madison Roma Drew Bellamy, second runner up; Kaylee Beth Ervin, tie for fourth runner up;_andJadian Nevaeh White, tie for fourth runner-up. I QQ by He , t GLAZE FOR c~mabs ................. STRAWBERRIES 1 cup grated parmesan 3 tbsp. apple jelly cheese 1 teas. concentrated lemon cup flour juice cup cornmeal teas. cornstarch garlic salt, black pepper and 1 teas. water cayenne to taste 1 pint fresh strawberries Egg Wash Combine apple jelly and 3eggs lemon juice. Cook until jelly dash of salt melts. In a small bowl dissolve cup milk cornstarch in the water. Add to Mix well in a bowl by itself the jelly mixture. Cook and stir Slice tomatoes fairly thin. until the glaze thickens. WashCombine bread crumbs, cheese, and stem the strawberries, flour, meal and spices in a bowl. Drizzle the glaze over the Have an extra cup of flour. Dip strawberries, each tomato slice first in flour, then in egg wash and finally in PEANUT POPCORN BARS the bread crumb mixture. Fry in cup sugar oil until golden brown. Drain on cup light corn syrup paper towels.. cup peanut butter THE COLLECTOR'S CORNER WEBB In 1893 the Isabella Commemorative silver quarter was minted, known as the souvenir quarter was minted. This quarter dollar bare the portrait of Queen Isabella on the obverse with the image of a woman on the reverse. Very few Commemorative coins ever went into circulation, when compared to the amount minted. The Isabella quarter was struck to honor the Queen of Spain with a very low mintage of just 24,000. It sold for $1 by Karen Gent teas. vanilla 3 cups popped popcorn 1 cup salted Spanish peanuts Combine sugar and corn syrup. Bring to a full boil. Remove from heat and stir in peanut butter and vanilla. Stir quickly until smooth. Pour over popcorn mixed with peanuts. Stir to coat all particles. Pat mixture firmly into a buttered square pan. Cool, then cut into squares. FRIED GREEN TOMATOES 5 to 8 large green tomatoes 1 cup Italian style bread BROCCOLI ALMOND CHICKEN SALAD 2 cups cooked broccoli florets 1 cup slivered toasted almonds 4 tbsp. honey cup mayonnaise 2 cups red seedless grapes cup poppy seed cup sour cream 4 cups cooked chicken, chopped chunky Mix all ingredients in a large bowl. Add more sour~cream and mayonnaise if needed. Bluegrass Circle at Cabin to p|iiy-halffime breaks. The Country Cabin, located in Norton on The Crooked Road Music Trail will feature Bluegrass Circle on Saturday, June 6. Admission for the night is $5 for adults (12 and older) and $1 for children 2-11. 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 Traditions, Inc., a non-profit Each Saturday night, from organization. No alcohol is 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm, live permitted. bluegrass music from the best in For more information, call local bands is featured. Dancing 276-679-3541. includes clogging, two-step, flee- Jam sessions are held each style, broom dances and cake Tuesday night at 7:00 p.m. Free walks. ' admission. All musicians and : Local musicians are welcome spectators welcome. . Castlewood High alumm plan Get Together Weekend A Cnstlewood High School Paul from 11 a.m.-6 p.m., with Ahmmi Get Together Weekend the talent show beginning at will be held Friday, August 28, 3:30. Later that night there will and Saturday, August29. .' be an "Adults Night Out" : The weekend will begin with activity planned. the Appalachia vs. Castlewood For more information, con- football game on Friday night at tact Joseph Young at JOSEPH Castlewood High School. On @JOSEPHYOUNGMAGIC.CO Saturday, there will be a Family M or call 276-523-2256. Infor- Picnic and talent show at A.R. marion can also be found on Matthews Memorial Park in St. Facebook with key word Castle- wood High School Alumni. June 6 is the Grand Opening of the Clinch River Farmers' Harket. Entertainment Schedule for Saturday, June 6th 10:00 am. Bluegrass Circle 11:00 a.m. Rock Painting for children :Presentation by Team Estonoa Pair of garden gloves will be given to the first 20 people I who come to the Farmers' Market Saturday I Come visit the vendors for a selection of bedding plants, lamb (with samples), cage free eggs, homemade jams and jellies, bread, flowers and craft items to include note cards, painted flower pots, rain barrels, bird houses, etc. Bake sale items will also be available. In addition to the vendors the market provides free blood pressure checks, and recycling bins for paper (including newspaper, cardboard, and magazines), plastic (number 1 and 2 only), and aluminum. Each week the market is expanding to include new vendors and new produce. Come check out the market for a selection of locally grown meat and produce. SPONSOR WINNER- ..... Dakota Maggie-Ann Brickey would like to thank all that sponsored her in the St. Paul Beauty Pageant on May 16. She won a trophy for most sponsors in her age division and placed third in the pageant. around $6,000-$6,500. The Lafayette dollar was the first dollar coin to be struck, this dollar coin has the bust of George Washington and General Lafayette. The Lafayette dollar was the first Commemorative coin the image of a President of the United States. The reverse has the image of Lafayette and his horse, the dollar sold for $2.00. You've registered to take the you have trouble with. It GED tests. You're getting ready may help for you to break to go to the testing center, and the: sentence into parts if you're starting to feel a little (a you have trouble unders- whole lot) nervous. What can tanding it. Periodically you do to alleviate some of this check the clock to see how pressure you're feeling? Here much time you have to are some pointers that may help work. reduce your test anxiety: 5. Check your work! 1. Avoid any additional Once you are finished, pressure by showing up on spend any remaining time time (or early) with all the reading over the test again. equipment you will need Check all your answers, (pencils, proper ID, etc.) even the ones you think are Anticipate any unexpected correct. You may have made delays such as heavy traffic, a careless mistake. Remem- etc. that might slow you ber, you don't get bonus down. Use the restroom be- points for finishing early fore you arrive, and don't and being the first to leave come in hungry or thirsty, the room! Get plenty of rest the night 6. The multiple-choice before so you will be at your questions on the GED tests best. can usually be narrowed 2. As soon as you receive . down to two reasonable the test, listen closely to any answer choices. Think about verbal instruction and read your selection carefi" % and the written test directions choose your answer. carefully. Use scratch paper Are you prepared to take the ~ i to pencil in any informationGED tests? An excellent way to you know such as dates, 'evaluate your test readiness is ',1 equations, formulas, or to take the Official GED ';i memory cues you don't Practice Tests. The practice want to risk forgetting,tests are offered at all J 3. Scan the entire test and Southwest Regional Adult _ ; formulate a plan of attack. Education classes. If you come t Plan your time accorJ,;r.~g to in to take a practice test and the value of each question pass your GED testing fee will or section. Don't spend too be paid. Don't miss out on this much time on any one ques- opportunity. Call today at 889- 1 tion. Allow a few minutes at5424 or 1-866-581-9935 and the end of the time allottedask about taking a practice test. for the test to go back and To register for GED testing look at any questions you in the four-county region, felt unsure about, contact Joyce Presley at the 4. Read carefully, but Buchanan County School Board move quickly through the Office at 935-4551, Cindy test marking any answers Stanley at the Dickenson i Many of the Lafayette you're not sure of. You can County Career Center at 835- dollars did get into circulating, go back to those you 9384, Glenda Breeding at the grade about uncirculated, price marked and try them again. Russell County School Board when it was fh'st minted. The range, $650-$700, Grade MS-60,Don't panic if you don't Office at 889-6507, or Toni Isabella quarter is a very $800-$850. This 1900, Lafayette know the answers to the Testerat the Tazewell County beautiful coin in uncirculated dollar in the grade, MS-65, first few questions. Go on to Career & Technology Center at ",1 condition, so are all other Corn- which is about perfect condition, one you do know and start988-6037. You must register memorative coins uncirculated, price range, $10,000-$12,000.there.Rephrase questionsprior to the testing date. In the last few years theMany of the old coins that were ............... Isabella quarter has gained in minted that are in a high grade value, list retail price, in grade have been priced out ofthe reach MOTORISTS extra fine, $500. Grade MS-60, of the common collector. It has $750-$800, MS-63, $950-$1;000 become the rich man's collecting grade MS-66, price range, world. Stop for Pedestrians Stop for any school bus loading or in the Library Crosswalk-- unloading children! IT'S THE LAW! T .t's the Law! .............. .- .... I aro oupe 6.2L, V8 engine, 6 speed manual transmission, plus many great options an lure announce our val Tim Tickles Joe ena le us to ued customers, ucts and nue to serve excellent service. Salyer Jerry McClure Robert Boiling )9 Scott Fields Nina Fields | I We Are Professional Grade CHEVROLET PONTIAC GMC Castlewood, Virginia 276-762-2311 1 -800-834-3325 I American Revolution Ddving Excitement