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Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St Paul, VA, Thursday, June 18, 2009 % Britney Alese Lawson and Jonathon Wayne Salyer Miss Lawson and Mr. Salyer to exchange vows June 27 Larry and Debbie Lawson of Creek and Wayne and Betty Duffield and Nelson and Theresa Salyer of Castlewood. Salyer of Castlewood would like Britney is a 2005 graduate of to announce the engagement and Rye Cove High School and a forthcoming marriage of their 2009 graduate of The University children, Britney Alese Lawson of Virginia's College at Wise. and Jonathon Wayne Salyer. The Jonathon is a 2004 graduate of bride to be is the granddaughter Castlewood High School and a ~of Mrs. Eula Mac Stidham, 2008 graduate of The University 'Coeburn and the late Fred J. of Virginia's College at Wise. Stidham and the late Garner Jonathon and Britney, along Lawson and Mrs. Allene Collins with their parents, would like to of Coebum. The prospective invite all their family and friends bridegroom is the grandson of to join them on their special day, the late Paul D.R. Miller Sr. and June 27 at 3 pm at The House of Lester and Gladys Sears of Rich Prayer Church in Castlewood. UVa-Wise Summer II online courses at Abingdon campus The Abingdon campus of offered for accounting and ma- The University of Virginia's nagement information systems. College at Wise invites students The Abingdon campus is lo- throughout the region to enroll cated at Exit 14 of Interstate 81. in online courses during Sum- Students who are not cnrrent- merSessionlL ly enrolled at UVa-Wise may Registration is now open and apply online at www.uva classes begin on July 7 and end wise.ode/summer. For informa. on August 7. lion specific to the Abingdon "Information Security," "Pro- campus, visit www.swcenter. ject Management,",Mieroocono- edu/uvawise. mic Principles," Introduction The only branch campus of to Psychology," "Life Span," the University of Virginia, UVa- and "Death, Dying and Bereave- Wise is ranked among the ment" are available during Sum- nation's top ten public liberal mer Session lI. arts colleges by U.S. News and Enrollment is open to current World Report. UVa-Wise offers students at UVa-Wise and its Virginia's only undergraduate Abingdon campus and to stu- degree in software engineering, dents at schools, colleges and among 28 other degrees and : universities throughout Virginia professional programs in the and beyond, liberal arts tradition of Thomas Located at the Southwest Jefferson. Virginia Higher Education Con- For more information, con- tel the College's Abingdon tact Courtney Conner, site campus offers undergraduate director for the UVa-Wise Ab- " degree programs in business ad- ingdon campus, at 276-619- ministration and psychology, 4317 or visit www.swcenter.edu with cohort degree programs /uvawise. REUNIONS Phillips Family Reunion The Phillips Family Reunion will be held Saturday, June 20, at A. R. Matthews Memorial • Park, St. Paul, beginning at 10 a`m. All family and friends are welcome to attend. Bring a covered dish. For more infor- mation, call 495-1041 or 762- 0014. Tri-Family Reunion Weekend MeConneiFRelated Families A reunion of McConnell and Related Families "Hooley" will meet at Keith Memorial Park, Nickelsville, Friday, June 19, at 12 noon for registration. Geo- cacheing is scheduled for 2 p.m., and a covered dish meal at 6 p.m. A play, 1840 McConnell reunion, is at 7. Call 276-386- 7578 for information. Dougherty/Related Families A reunion of Dougherty and related families will be held at Twin Springs High School, Nickelsville, on Saturday, June 20, beginning with registration at 10 a.m. Bring items for silent auction. Geocacheing is con- tinued. A covered dish meal is at 12 noon. A Civil War Grave Dedication at James Dougherty Cemetery will be at 2 p.m. Call 423-538-3159 for information. Addington/Related Families A reunion of Addington and related families will be held at Keith Memorial Park, Nickels- ville, on Sunday, June 21, be- ginning with regis~ation at 10 a`m. Bring items for silent auc- tion. Geocacheing continued. A covered dish meal is at 12 noon. Call 276-479-2989 for more information. Phillips-Powers Reunion The Phillips-Powers Reunion will be Saturday, June 20, be- ginning at 11 a`m. at the old Cleveland ball field. Bring a covered dish. Everyone is welcome. CHS Classes of 1959 & 1960 The Castlewood High School Classes of 1959 and 1960 will hold a reunion Friday, July 3, at the Russell County Convention Center, Lebanon. The Social Hour is at 5, and dinner is at 6. A pre-get-together party will be held Thursday, July 2, at 6. p.m. at the home of Logan Bush. The cost is $50 per person. Mail check, name of guest(s) and if you will attend the Thursday party to: Classes of 1959 and 1960, c/o Ruth Sproles, P.O. Box 704, Dante, VA 24237. For more information, call Steve Banner, 276-762-7371; or Law- rence Worley, 276- 762-5259. Osborne Family Reuni6-n--- The deeendants of Alvie and George Osborne will hold a Family Reunion on Saturday, July 4, at the A. IL Matthews Memorial Park, St. Paul, from 6 p.m. until the park closes. All family members and friends are welcome and encouraged to bring a covered dish. For more information, call Hope Powers, 738-8302. Bievins Reunion The Blevins Reunion will be held Saturday, July 25, at Dinsmore Hail (the old Coca- Cola building), St. Paul. Please bring a covered dish and old ~a ietures. Attend and plan to ve a good time! PAWS meets every third Thursday of the month, 6 pm at the Oxbow Center. NOTICE OF PROPOSED REAL PROPERTY TAX INCREASE The Town of St. Paul proposes to increase property tax levies. 1. Assessment Increase: Total assessed value of real property, excluding additional assessments due to new construction or improvements to property, exceeds last year's total assessed value of real property by 18 percent. Ernie's Drug and Gifts i)honc762-5800 ErnicKcilh, l)harmacist Your liomcto~vn pharmacy LOCATED BESIDE FOOD CITY 2. Lowered Rate Necessary to Offset Increased Assessment: The tax rate which would levy the same amount of real estate tax as last year, when multiplied by the new total assessed value of real estate with the exclusions mentioned above, would be 15.4 cents per $100 of assessed value. This rate will be known as the "lowered tax rate." 3. Effective Rate Increase: The Town of St. Paul proposes to adopt its current tax rate of 18 cents per $100 of assessed value. The difference between the lowered tax rate and the proposed rate would be 2.6 cents per $100, or 16.9 percent. This difference will be known as the "effective tax rate increase." Individual property taxes may, however, increase at a percentage greater than or less than the above percentage. 4. Proposed Total Budget Increase: Based on the proposed real property tax rate and changes in other revenues, the total budget of the Town of St. Paul will exceed last year's by more than 13 percent. A pubhc- hearing on the increase will be held on Monday, July 20, 2009 at 5:45 p.m. in Council Chambers at the St. Paul Town Hall located at 16531 Russell St., St. Paul, VA. SPHS CONTESTANTS...The boys pageant at Saint Paul High School included, left to right, Dakota Smith, Dominatrix Yum Yum; Bryce Lawson, Beatrice LaShae; Matthew Bellamy, Sensual Storm; Tyler Phillips, Beautiful Harvest; Josh Fields, llean O'Bear; Trevor Belcher, Cinnamon So-Fine; Dallas Hileman, Delicious Duke and in front, Addison Rasnick, Little Suzie Curie. Four County Transit changes Annual Picnic The Arc of LENOWlSCO St. Paul pick-up location Four County transit has changed its St. Paul pick-up location for the Route 71 Work Express bus. The bus will no longer pick up passengers at the old Food Lion parking lot. Riders may now board the bus at St. Paul's park-n-ride at 6:55 a.m. The bus will drop off at the park-n-ride at 5:35 p.m. The Route 72 Work Express serves riders who need transpor- tation to various area sin Russell, County. It runs ~om St. Paul to, Lebanon and beyond. The fare is only 50c per boarding. Riders who use the route morning and afternoon spend only $1.00 per day. At 6:55, the bus picks up its first riders at the park-n-fide in St. Paul. The remaining stops include the Milton Shopping Center in Castlewood, Russell County Government Offices in Lebanon, Rosedale Baptist Church park-n-ride, and the Four County Transit Adminis- trative and Maintenance Facility (a transfer point) in the Wardell Industrial Park. The bus follows the reverse route in the afternoon, leaving -Warden at 4:30 p.m., arriving in- Lebanon at 5 p.m., and ending in St. Paul at 5:35 p.m. Although the bus cannot deviate from its fixed route, riders may request other stops along the route, including points on Main Street in Lebanon. To request an additional stop on the Route 71 Work Express, riders are asked to call Four County Transit at least 48 hours prior to their trip. Riders may request a com- plete schedule by calling Four County Transit at 1-276-963- 1486 or 1-888-656=2272, or by visiting www.fourcounty tran sit.org. Four County Transit is a fully coordinated public transit sys- tem which has served the resi- dents of Buchanan, Dickenson, Russell and Tazewell counties since 1998. Operated by AASC, Four County Transit enables greater mobility for the resi- dents of the four counties. For more information, call 276-~,,6~- 7180; toll-flee 1-888-656-2272, or visit www.fourcountytransit. org. New summer hours for Dante Coal & Railroad Museum New summer hours have been announced for the Dante Coal and Railroad Museum. As of June 1, the museum is open Monday, Tuesday, Thurs- day and Friday from ll a`m. until 3:30 p.m. It will also be open from l 1 a.m.-3:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month. For more information about the museum's operating hours, or to schedule a visit, call the museum at 276-495-1903. Blood Drive at two local sites on Friday, June 26 The Marsh Regional Blood 11:30 a.m. From 1-4 p.m., Center will hold a Blood Drive at two local sites on Friday, June 26. The unit will be at Morgan- McClure. Castlewood, from 9- blood may be donated at the Oxbow Center in St. Paul. Free T-shirts will be given. All donors may register for an 8.1 MP Casio Digital Camera. MOTORISTS: Stop for Pedestrians in the Library Crosswalk-- It's the law! ,rnie's Drug and Gi! Lc 71 2-5800 Ernic Kcilh, Phal'll Yo ar homcto~vn- pharmacy ,C~ FED BESIDE FOOD C P-h~alth Insulin for Type 1 Diabetes With Type 1 diabetes, there is a lack of insulin production by the i pancreas. This condition necessitates insulin replacement therapy. Children who have increased thirst, frequent urination, extreme hunger, and unexplained weight loss may have symptoms of this condition. Type 1 diabetes occurs in children as a result of an autoimmune process in which the immune system targets for destruction, special cells in the pancreas called islet cells. The insulin produced is secreted into the bloodstream. When insulin is not produced in adequate amounts, Sugar builds up in the bloodstream. This can lead to complications that may affect the heart, blood vessels, eyes, and kidneys, if blood sugar levels are not controlled. Treatment of type 1 diabetes in childhood consists of regularly monitoring blood sugar, irmulin therapy, healthy diet, and adequate exercise. There are a variety of insulin therapies available for the treatment of type 1 diabetes. Insulin lispro (Humalog) and insulin aspart (NovoLog) are rapid-acting. Regular insulin, such as human insulin (Humulin R, Novolin R) begins working within 30 minutes. Intermediate-acting insulin, such as NPH insulin (Humufin N, Novolin N), begins working within 2 to 4 hours. Insulin glargine (Lantus) provides an effect for up to 24 hours. ’~'t We Now Carry $1 -~ a Great Selection of $t.00 items! $'! • 1 See us for all your health and beauty needs PUBLIC FAX # 276-762-0213 announces their annual picnic scheduled June 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Bullitt Park in Big Stone Gap. The picnic is open to the community and offers lots of food and fun for everyone. The Arc of LENOWISCO is a re- gional organization formed to provide support, advocacy, edu- cation, and community aware- ness for individuals with dis- abilities and special needs, their families, and other people in- volved in their care. The Arc of LENOWISCO is affiliated with The Arc of Virginia and The Arc of the United States. One of the group's primary objectives is to ensure their voices are heard by legislators regarding the need for services in Southwest Virginia. The Arc of LENOWISCO also offers training on many topics of interest within the community. The Arc of LENOWlSCO typically meets on the third Tuesday of every third month (September, December, March and June) at 5:30 p.m. at Inde- pendence House in Big Stone Gap. For more information, please call Wendy Wampler or Claressa Young at (276) 523- 4357. CEO... (Continued from page 1) Operations, Edison Electric In- stitute, BoG Secours Richmond • Health System and the Virginia Commonwealth University's School of Engineering Foun- dation. 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