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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, June 16, 2016 Page 5 SWCC High School DIVISION II Mathematics Competition Winners Announced Geometry: The 38th annual Southwest Virginia Community College Mathematics Contest was held recently at SWCC. Three divisions, representing 10 area middle/high schools, competed in five subject areas: algebra I, algebra II, geometry, algebra III, trigonometry, and calculus. Awards were given for the top three students in each of the subject areas. From (L to R) presenting the awards was Dr. J. Mark Estepp, president of SWCC. McKenna Jordan, Castlewood High School, first; Abigail Thornbury, Grundy High School, second; and Freddy Smith, Tazewell High School, third. Algebra III & Trig: The 38th annual Southwest Virginia Community College Mathematics Contest was held recently at SWCC. Three divisions, representing 10 area middle/high schools, competed in five subject areas: algebra I, algebra II, geometry, algebra IH, trigonom- etry, and calculus. Awards were given for the top three students in each of the subject areas. From (L to R) presenting the awards was Dr. J. Mark Estepp, president of SWCC. Students who placed in the Division II Algebra III and Trigonometry category: Jacob Baker, Castlewood High School, first; Laken Stiltner, Grundy High School, second; Kendra Woods, Castlewood High School, third. Cleveland man convicted and sentenced to 13 years for manufacturing metham- phetamine and possessing firearm Calculus: The 38th annual Southwest Virginia Community College Mathematics Contest was held recently at SWCC. Three divisions, representing 10 area middle/high schools, competed in five subject areas: algebra I, algebra II, geometry, algebra III, trigonometry, and calculus. Awards were given for the top three students in each of the subject areas. From (L to R) presenting the awards was Dr. J. Mark Estepp, president of SWCC. Students who placed in the Division II Calculus category: Aaron Christian, Tazeweil High School, first; Trevor Gilbert, Castlewood High School, second; and Josh Murray, Tazewell High School, third. On June 9, 2016, Gregory Scott Crabtree, a 53 year-old man from Cleveland, Virginia, pied guilty to two counts of Manufacturing Methamphetamine, one count Of Possession of Firearm while Possessing a Schedule II Controlled Substance, and one count of Possession of Precursor Chemicals. Crabtree was sentenced to a total of 60 Years, with 47 years sus- pended, and indefinite pro- reunions... Powers& Phillips Reunion June 18 at Cleveland BallPark 11 a.m. Everyone welcome. Pot luck dinner will be served. The McCowan and Lee Reunion will be 'held on Saturday, July 2 begin- ning at 11:00 a.m. on batten upon his release, leaving him 13 years to serve in the penitentiary. Commonwealth's Attomey Brian Patton pre- sented evidence at Thursday's hearing that Crabtree actually was caught in the. act of manu- facturing methampheta- mine by the officers and arrested, but while he was on bond for that charge, he was caught again manufac- turing methamphetamine on a second occasiom Brushy Ridge at the home of Earl Lee and the late Margaret Lee under the red shed. Please bring a cov- ered dish or a drink. For more information call Sue Farmer 495-1691, Ruth Charles 495-1017, Crystal McCoy 495-1406 or Nancy Turner 395 -7126. 30th annual Mason- Dorton Schoolhouse Reunion will be held on June 18 from 10 am until 4 Commonwealth's Attorney Brian Patton stat- ed, "the sentence in this case should send a strong message to people manu- facturing and using these illicit drugs in our commu- nity that when they commit these crimes the punish- ment will be severe." This case was investi- gated by the Virginia State Police and the Russell County Sheriffs Office. pm. S 71 Castlewood. For more information call Janice Halsey 276-596- 0785. Castlewood High School Reunion, Class of 1962, at Fairgrounds in Castlewood on Friday, July 1 starting at 4 p.m. and at Celebrate in Coebum on Saturday, July 2 at 5:00 p.m. Contact Linda Wilson, 276-679-2453. Items of Interest... Bingo for the month of June was held on Saturday at the building above the swimming pool. Guaranteed loan program FSA guaranteed loans allow lenders to provide agricultural credit to farm- ers who do not meet the lender's normal underwrit- ing criteria. Farmers and ranchers apply for a guar- anteed loan through a lender, and the lender arranges for the guarantee. FSA can guarantee up to 95 percent of the loss of prin- cipal and interest on a loan. Guaranteed loans can be used for both farm owner- ship and operating purpos- es. Guaranteed farm own- ership loans can be used to purchase farmland, con- struct or repair buildings, develop farmland to pro- mote soil and water conser- vation or to refinance debt. Guaranteed operating loans can be used to pur- chase livestock, farm equipment, feed, seed, fuel, farm chemicals, insurance and other operating expenses. FSA can guarantee farm ownership and operating loans up to $1,399,000. Repayment terms vary depending on the type of loan, collateral and the pro- ducer's ability to repay the loan. Operating 'lOans are normally repaid within seven years and farm own- ership loans are not to exceed 40 years. Please contact your lender or local FSA farm loan office for more infor- mation on guaranteed loans. The Southwest Virginia Open Youth 4-H Horse Show will be held on Saturday, June 18 at the Southwest Virginia 4-H Educational Center in Abingdon. This horse show is sanctioned by Mid-South Horse Show Association and is open to all youth 18 years and younger. Contact Cornelia Estep, 4-H Extension Agent, at 276-889-8056. The Southwest Virginia Regional Jail Authority Board meeting will be held at 10:30 a.m., on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, at the Atria Hotel & Suites, Norton, Virginia. SAVE THE DATE juLY 3o COOKS AND BOOKS FREE MED|CAL SERVICES FOR ADULTS & CHILDREN July 22-24, 2016 Registration 6:00 a.m. Daily Wise Fairgrounds Wise, Virginia Services provided for the uninsured, undednsured, and these who cannot afford to pay and provided by volunteer nucse practtltoners, physicians, dentists, optometrists, and other trained health professionals. FtPst Come, F~rst Served Basis No Pets Attowed (Service Animals Only) Tobacco Free Event If.you plan to have lab work, please do not eat or drink after midnight. For transportation call MEOC 1-888-.877-6748 or 276-523-7433; Four County Transit 1-888-656-2272 or 276-963-1486.2 weeks notice is appreciated. Fa,Jt Trac~k Io Eye Glasses: Bring your current eye glass presc, ription (within I year) to avoid the wait for an eye exam and have your eye glasses made while you wait (We may not be able to make glasses for everybody due to volume of patients). MORE iNFORMATION 276-328-8850 TO volunteer ttme~ medical services or food, regtst~ online at http#/www.rlmtn~aCllWO/~a~ In addit~n, many ott~er ci'~c o~anizations, churches, t~u~nesse~ and t,~ividue~ m~k~ ff~ event po~lb/e. IF ~ i roof HEALIH