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y . CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, June 14, 2012 Page 5 Russell County Public Library's Programs Lebanon Library has the following programs in June: June 14: Special Readlng for K-3, All in Just One Cookie 2:30 pm June 16: Movie & Popcorn 12:00 pm June 18: The Magic of Matt Fore 1:00 pm June 19: Library Board Meets 5:00 pm June 21: Special Reading for K-3, Life on a Dairy Farm 2:30 pm June 21: Crafting Circle, Make Wind Chimes 1:00 pm June 23: Movie & Popcorn 12:00 pm June 26: Zumbatomic, Zumba for Kids 1:00 pm June 26: Lego Club 2:30 pm June 27: Make a Dream Catcher 2:30 pm June 28: Special Reading for K-3, To be Announced 2:30 pm Toddler Story Time Tuesdays at 10:30 am; Preschool Story Time Wednesdays 10:30 am DAYS...- Honaker Library has the following programs in June: GOOD OLD Bobby Allen Blevins is the June 4'8: Scholastic Book Fair during regular library hours brother of Mary Ann June I1: Make Fancy Flip Flops 3.30pro Post. He was born Octo- June 12: Old Joriah's Civil War Reflections (at Honaker ber 9, 1937 and graduated Elementary School) 10:00 am June 15: Lego Club 3"30 pm St. Paul High School in June 18: The Magic of Matt Fore (at Honaker Elementary 1957. He is the son of C.B. School) 10:00 am .... and Lotus Dingus Blevins. June 20: Teen Advisory Board meets 3i30 pm , t Grandparents are J.P. June 20: Make Beaded SpiderWebs 5:00pm Dingus and Louley Ryan, June 24: Movie & Popcorn 3:00 pm i H.H. and Margaret E. June 25: Towel Art 4:00 pm Glovier Blevins. Great- ": " HERE'S-A SPECIAL ca. 1950 photo for reader Ed Amburgey - featuring the St. grandparents are John ] Don't exceed the speed limit! ' I Paul Bus Terminal and the pool room located next door. The man standing in O'Conner and Emily [Be especially car.eful at intersections which the doorway is the late Henry Meade, husband of Emma Peake Meade and Moore Ryan and G,G. father of Gloria Meade Annarelli, both of whom now reside in Georgia. and Sally Aliff Glovier. [ have no traffic lights! Observe stop signs[ CHS announces final six weeks honor roll Layman Kiser, Jr., principal of Castlewood High School, has announced the names of students whose work has earned them placement on the honor roll for the final six weeks of the school year. GRADE 12: All A's-- Olivia Amburgey, Taylor Ban- nor, Mikaela Campbell-Ma- gana, Miranda Campbell-Ma- gana, Jacob Chaffin, Michelle Collins, Madison Compton, Wesley Gibson, Haley Gilbert, Hannah Heaton, Trevor Hile- man, Kelsey Kiner, Allison Ring, Susanna Shepard, Re- becca Statzer, Kayla Sullivan, Allison Trent, Tyler Trent, Alexis Whitaker. A&B--Lisa Carpenter, Alex Couch, Devan Crabtree, David Grizzel, Ste- phen Hileman, Ashley Huff man, Autumn Layton, Jared Monk, Addison Rasnick, Am- ber Rose, Amber Silcox, Am- anda Smith, Abigail Stanley, Elizabeth Woods. GRADE 11: All A's-- Chelsea Bise, Chandra Brick- ey, Kevin Burke, Tiffany Casteel, Shawn Dupuie, Amber Fleming, Corey France, Kacy Gullett, Megan Hall, Bobby Rose, Chassidy Salyer;, Olivia Sproles, Thad Traverse, Mac- kenzie Trent, Chelsea Whit- tington. A&B--Dalton Add- ington, Joseph Bailey, Katlen Bradley, Maegen Burton, Reid Edmonds, Tiffany Fields, Brit- tney Hall, Carly Helbert, Jess- ica Helbert, Chance Hileman, Ryan Hileman, Craig Jacobs, Dillion Johnson, Audriarma Kilgore, Andrea Mullins, John Proffitt, Makayla Salyer, Alex Summers, Elizabeth Tomes, Jonathan Woodruff. GRADE 10: All A's--- Haley Crabtree, Emily Gordon, Walker Long, Tori Mays, Caitlin Phillips, Korey Purtee, Melissa Tomes. A&B--Corey Beavers, Tyler Collins, Olivia Cook, Summer Cook, Erica Dickenson, Courtney Evans, Courtney Ingle, Alexis Ken- nedy, Travis Meade, Michael Proffitt, Dylan Trent, Peyton Winebarger. GRADE 9: All A's-- Savannah Crewe, Steven Hall, Autumn Ingle, Katie Jessee, Bridgette McCarty. A&B-- Tomi Amburgey, William Bos- tic, Wesley Campbell, Zackery Carico, Alisha Ennis, John Hammond, Autumn Harris, Erika Hubbard, Kaitlyn Jen- Recipes by IQQ andra Alfred, Maleah Castle, Taylor Chafin, Samantha Couch, Trevor Gilbert, Casey Hall, Mandi Hylton, McKinley Isaacs, Alanna Kiser, Dalton Mullins, Leslie Murphy, Kalyn Purtee, Jeremiah Statzer, James Trail, Adrianna Turner, Garrett Woodruff. A&B--Emily Bak- er, Kaylan Baker, Chandler Brickey, Abigail Campbell, Chandra Chafin, Shiann Couch, Miranda Hall, Megan Hayes, Reagan Jessee, Jan Lee, Marley Linkous, Mikayla McMillan, Jennie Molinary, Michael Rose, Betty Skeens, Janie Skeens, Leah Stanley, Rachel White, Alexander Woods, Bailey Wright. Tri-County Tire Service, Inc. (276-762-9501) (276-762-9591) 16618 East Riverside Dr. St. Paul, VA 24283 Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm Sat. 8am-lpm td-county-tire@vedzon, net I I II II I IIllll I II .... I "l ........ NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWN OF ST. PAUL, VIRGINIA SYNOPSIS OF THE BUDGET FOR INFORMATION AND FISCAL PLANNING PURPOSES ONLY FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2012 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2013 PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Council of the Town of St. Paul will, pursuant to Section 15.2-2506 of the Code of Virginia, as amended, conduct a public hcaring in the Council Chambers at the Town Hall, St. Paul, Virginia, at 5:30 p.m. on the 21st day of June, 2012, to consider the proposed municipal budget for the fiscal year of July I. 2012 through June 30, 2013. A real estate tax levy of 18 cents per $100 assessed valuation of all taxable real estate and public utilities (at 100% assessment) with improvements thereon. Note, the present tax rate of 18 cents per $100. A personal property tax levy of 31 cents per $100 assessed valuation. Note, the present tax rate of 31 cents per $100. There is no proposed increase for water rates. Thepresent in-town water rate is $8.50 for the first 1,500 gallons of water and $3.25 per 1,000 gallons thereafter; there is a proposed increase of the sewer rate. The present sewer rate is: 140% of the water bill. The proposed sewer rate increase for the 2012-13 fiscal year is 150% of the water bill. The p resent out-of-town water rate is $16.25 for the first 1,500 gallons of water and $5.75 per 1,000 gallons of water thereafter. Residential garbage rate is $8.50 for in town and $10.50 residential out of town. There is no proposed increase for the water and sewer tap rates. The present sewer tap rate is $350.00 and the present water tap rates are as follows: line is $750; 1" line is $1000; 1 W' line is $3500; 2" line is $3800. There is no proposed increased in the road crossing fee of $500. All other fees, licenses, bank stock tax, utility tax, franchise tax, cigarette tax and other taxes previously imposed by the municipality are again levied, assessed and imposed as previously established by Council and shall remain in full force and effect until changed by Council. Any citizen, taxpayer, or interested person shall have the right to attend and state his or her views orally or in writing on the budget. A copy of the entire proposed budget is available for public inspection during regular business hours. SYNOPSIS OF THE BUDGET at the Town Hall GENERAL FUND 2012-2013 REVENUES 2012-2013 EXPENDITURES $2,422,375 $2,422,375 2011-2012 2011-2012 REVENUES EXPENDITURES $2,314,230 $2;314,230 UTILITY FUND 2012-2013 2012-2013 REVENUES EXPENDITURES $6,038,264 $6;038,264 2011-2012 2011-2012 REVENUES EXPENDITURES $5,617,790 $5,617,790 VETERAN S MEMORIAL FUND 2012-2013 2012-2013 REVENUES EXPENDITURES $ 2,255 $ 2,255 2011-2012 2011-2012 REVENUES EXPENDITURES $ 2,060 $ 2,060 Town Treasurer STRAWBERRY SQUARES and strawberries. Place in a cupsugar serving bowl and refrigerate cup shortening until firm. Good with pound 1 egg, beaten cake or angel food cake. teas. almond flavoring 1 cups sifted flour PARTY PINEAPPLE SLICES teas. salt 1 can (20 oz.) pineapple teas. baking powder slices 3/4 cup strawberry preserves t (3 oz.) lime jelatin confectioner's sugar,for Drain liquid from can of dusting squares pineapple slices leaving pine- Blend shortening, sugar, egg apple in can. Heat liquid to and flavoring. Combine salt, boiling. Remove from stove. flour and baking powder. Add to Dissolve gelatin in hot liquid and shortening mixture and mix well. pour back into the can with Spread half the dough in apineapple slices until can is full. greased and floured 8" square You will not need all the liquid. pan. Cover with preserves. Roll Refrigerate until firm. When out remaining dough and put on ready to serve, remove bottom top of preserves. Bake 400 for from can and unmold onto a 25 to 30 minutes. Cool. Cut into plate. Slice into individual squares and dust with confec- portions and arrange on lettuce tioner's sugar, leaves. Top with cottage cheese or leave plain. Very good. STRAWBERRY CHIFFON MOUSSE BAKED FISH WITH 1 pkg. frozen strawberries, ALMONDS .... " thawed 2 tbs. fish (flounder, halibut 1-3 oz. pkg. strawberryjello or salmon) 1 pint vanilla ice cream, V4 cup salad oil sot ened cup pickle juice from cup heavy whipping either sweet mixed or sweet cream, whipped pickle slices, or lemon juice Drain strawberries, reserving 1 teas. salt liquid. Add enough water to 2 teas. paprika liquid to make 1 cups, heat. dash pepper Dissolve jello in liquid. Re- Mix with blender. Pour over frigerate jello mixture hour. fish. Sprinkle with cup Pour into bowl and beat vigor- almonds. Bake in a 350 oven ously 5 minutes. Add softened for 20 to 25 minutes. Place under ice cream and beat another 5 broiler for 2 to 3 minutes until minutes. Fold in whipped cream brown. We need your input! Community Branding Workshop June 19, 2012 - Through the Downtown Community Development Block Grant, a team from Arnett, Muldrow & Associates will hold a public meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 19, 2012 at the Town Hall. The purpose of the workshop is to gain input on developing branding concepts and marketing strategies for the Town of St. Paul. We encourage our residents to participate in developing a brand for our community! Mayor Kyle Fletcher kins, Kelsey Johnson, Jonathan 9 Kilgore, Makayla McCoy, Michael Million, Heaven Par- ridgen, Damien Patrick, o , Chelsea Phillips, Jared Ring, Alex Stallard, Brad Traverse, Alexandra Vance. GRADE 8: All A's--Alex- . ooooo ,, i 762-9702 JIFREDMATTHEWS MEMOmAt UBRARV The AKC~ reminds parents to teach their children how to behave around dogs, Child'ren who learn to treat a dog with care and respect will be safer and more corffident around their canine pals. For more information about safety around dogs, visit: