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?: e , CLNCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, June 16, 2013 Castlewood High School After School students Castlewood High School After visits Estonoa On May 23, the Castlewood High School 21 st Century After School participants visited Wetlands Estonoa located in St. Paul. During their visit the students and their chaperones learned that Estonoa began as a wet cornfield in the 1900s. John Hillman, owner of the land, allowed his sons to dam the stream flooding the cornfield and turning it into a swimming hole. Estonoa became the social focus of the community until the Virginia-Kentucky Fair and Horse Show mid-1900s when Saint Paul built its first community pool. Sadly the swimming hole turned into an eye sore and was used as an illegal trash dump. The 21 st Century After School parti- cipants learned that in spring 1999, Appalachian ecology student Steve Sabo did a project on Lake Estonoa. It covered the lake&apos;s history, present condition, and his desire to return it to its pristine state. That fall, St. Paul High School student Nikki Buffalow, expanded on his District Celebrating its 100 th anni- versary, the Virginia-Kentucky District Fair and Horse Show will showcase multiple music- ians, events, and guest speakers sponsored by the New Peoples Bank, Alpha Natural Resources and Pepsi Cola Bottling Company of Norton. Musicians will include Ben "Cooter" Jones with Cooter's Garage Band on June 5. Fine Cut Grass and Tyler Farr will be featured on June 6. The grand finale performers will be Folk Soul Revival on June 8. All concerts are free with gate admissions. This year's pageants consist of several age divisions. The Miss VA-KY District Fair Scholarship Pageant for young ladies between the ages of 16 and 22 will be staged on June 5. The junior pageant for participants between the ages of 14 to 15 years of ag e will be held on June 7. Senior Citizen's Day will be Thursday, June 6 from 11 am to 2 pm. The Senior Citizens may register at the main stage for the Senior Citizen Beauty Pageant. The band, Fine Cut Grass will be entertaining and Bingo games with prizes will be played. Gate admission tickets cost $8 for ages .12 and up, $2 for those between the ages of six and 11, and all children under the age of six are admitted free of charge. Gate admission does not include the price of tickets for the Drew Exposition carnival rides which can be purchased on a daily basis. Drew Exposition has available a special offer of unlimited rides from 5 pm to 11 pm for $20. On Kids Day, Wednesday, June 5, from 12 pm to 6 pm, unlimited rides for children will be available for $10. For additional information or questions, please contact us at 276-328-5760. B 00IGHT BEGINNERS CHILD CARE School report and discovered the lake was actually a wetlands. With the help of the Corp. of Engi- neers, Appalachian ecology and physic classes, Estonoa was officially certified in 2000. Wetlands Estonoa continues to be a student initiated place based, service learning project. During the school year, Cas- tlewood High School students study four days a week at the learning center and then lead the recycling efforts at the high school one day a week. Castlewood High School students interested in joining Team Estonoa should contact Mrs. Vencil. CHS 21 st Program to school PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW...The Cain Center hosted the annual Peyton Gregory juried photography show. Some of her photographs were displayed at the event. it f: . " JEDD SCARBERRY is a Star Reader at the J. Fred Matthews Library. His parents have read over 50 books to him. Century sponsor The Castlewood High School 21 st Century Reach Program will sponsor summer school begin- ning Monday, June 17. Specific courses to be offered will be determined following SOL retakes scheduled for June 3 and will include courses in the areas of lMath, English, and Social Studies. Students' schedules will also include physical education, technology lab and art. The program will last for twenty days, ending on July 16 with July 4 and July 5 a holiday for all participants. The school day begins at 8:30 and ends at 12:30: To recover credits for a course, students are required to attend nineteen days and are reminded that tardiness and early check outs are factored in to the Reach summer attendance policy. A number of incentives are planned to recognized students who have missed no more than one day of summer school including a field trip scheduled for the last week of summer school. Letters and applications based on teacher referrals are being mailed this week. Please encourage your son or daughter to take advantage of this opport- unity to recover cohrse credit, enjoy enrichment activities, and/or prepare and take SOLS June 17. Transportation will be provided to most areas and a snack will be free to all participants. Castlewood High School students and parents are encouraged to contact the school at 276-762-9449 for further WINNER...Mike Looney won Best in Show with his photo of "Laurel Bed at Autumn". with M00dred... R, cipes by Hetb, a CHOCOLATE CRUNCH BROWNIES 1 cup butter, softened 2 cups sugar 4 eggs 2 teas. vanilla 1 ½ cups all-purpose flour ½ cup baking cocoa ½ teas. salt 1 jar (7 oz.) marshmallow cr6me 1 cup creamy peanut butter 2 cups (12 oz.) semi-sweet chocolate chips 3 cups crisp rice cereal Cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Beat in eggs and vanilla. Combine flour, cocoa and salt, gradually add to cream- ed mixture until blended. Spread in a greasel 13x9 in. baking pan. Bake in a 350 ° oven 24-28 minutes. Cool.' 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