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Page 8 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, June 20, 2013 St. Paul Are you ready for another class reunion? The SL Paul High School Alumni Association is planning a reunion for all alumni that graduated or attended St. Paul High School from 1923 to 2011. The reunion will be held on Saturday, July 6 with special events planned for July 4 th and July 5th. This should be a special reunion for everyone since St. Paul High School has closed due to consolidation. The festivities will start on Thursday, July 4 th, with the Town of St. Paul's Independence Day Celebration. There will be events all over town beginning at 12 noon and ending with the special music and fireworks display that night. On Friday High School Reunion 2013 evening, July 5 th, there will be a son. You may pay by mail (see casual party at the home of Suzy Harrison beginning at 7:00 pm. The main reunion event will be held on July 6 th at the Market Pavilion in Market Square in the middle of downtown St. Paul beginning at 6:00 pm. Also, the St. Paul Railroad Museum will be open from 2:00 pm until 6:00 pm on Saturday for the enjoyment of those who attend the reunion. The fabulous band, Ivy Road, will perform for our listening and dancing pleasure. Refreshments and drinks will be served. This will be the perfect opportunity to bring your family so we can tell all your secrets you have tried to keep hidden since high school! The cost is $20.00 per per- below) or by credit card through the website. All the money made from the reunion will go to the continuation of the St. Paul High School Alumni Association Scholarships which are awarded each year. In order to have an accurate count for the party, it is necessary that the registration form be completed and returned with your payment as soon as possible and no later than June 25, 2013. If you know classmates that have not been contacted about the reunion, please forward this to them. Please see our website, www.spdeaconalumni.org, for more information concerning all events in St. Paul. REGISTRATION FORM. SPHS REUNION 2oa3 Name Maiden Address Class Year Adult Education Connection by Karen Gent ) Telephone/Cell Email Please return ith a panent of $zo.oo per person before June 25, 2o13 to:  Benny Greer Crowder ('61) Suzy Pate Harrison ('68) Post Office Box 309 Post Office Box xo94 St. Paul, Virginia 24283 St. Paul, Virginia 24283 sph@erpate.net **Please make checks payable to SPHS Alumni Association** **To remit by PayPal, please see our website, w.spdeaonalumni.org*: Don't let distracted driving ruin your summer fun Virginia schools are closed and thousands of students are waking up to the possibility of a fun-filled summer vacation. This is an exciting time for children and parents as families across the Commonwealth plan to tra- vel to the pool, the beach and ) many other fun locations. But it can also be a dangerous time with new and experienced dri- -vers on the roadways in record numbers. "We know families will be traveling this summer and we want everyone to enjoy the summer break safely," said Janet Brooking, Executive Director of DRIVE SMART Virginia. "Av- oiding any type of distraction when you drive, especially with your cell phone, will help improve safety for everyone on Virginia's roadways." We offer some useful traffic safety tips for drivers this sum- mer. Turn off your phone when driving Set your GPS before you begin traveling not while driving Avoid eating and drink- ing in the car Make sure everyone in the car is wearing a seatbelt Pay special attention when driving in neighbor- hoods because children are home for summer break The National Highway Traf- fic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says 21 of the top 25 deadliest days for teen drivers fall between Memorial Day and Labor Day. But there are things that parents can do to help teens be safe. "Experience behind the wheel can mean the difference between life and death," Brook- ing said. "Parents control a new driver's license and they should be confidence that new drivers have good driving habits and plenty of experience before allowing them to take the keys." AIRLINE AIIM CAREERS ........ BEGIN HERE Become an Aviation Maintenance Tech. FAA approved training. Financial aid if qualified - Housing available. Job placement assistance. SCHEV certified. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance 888-245-9553 MARKET CORNER NEWS Clinch River Farmers Market Saturday, 8 am-1 pm Wednesday, 2 pm - 5 pm Don't miss the opportunity to check out a good selection of fresh produce including lettuce, onions, salad peas, cabbage, summer squash, etc. Also at the market you will find plants, brown eggs, lamb, beef, honey, jams, jellies, baked goods, breads and much much more. The Farmers Market Cookbooks are available for purchase at the market as well as at Big M, St. Paul Builders, Bailey Hardware, Kilgore law Office, the Town Hall, t;";:"' CR Pate and Co and Sweet Peas /:t,:Aa li,,i(; ll" [kk ":c:;ItlN !Uk c, [. .,w-,r Entertainment ,g}l,q Music by the Market Musicians 11:00 a.m. Kids Activities 10:00 a.m. We are certified to accept EBT, debit cards and Senior Citizen coupons. The first ten dollars of EBT purchases will be doubled. "Support your local farmers and crafters and enjoy a free cup of coffee at the Clinch River Farmers Market. Some tips for new drivers: Wear a safety belt Always turn off cell phones when driving Obey the speed limit and all traffic signs and signals Limit teen passengers For more driving tips for teens, log onto drivesmartuniversity.org. For information on the dangers of distracted driving, seat belts and sharing the road with bikes and pedestrians, log onto drivesmartva.org. For more information, please contact Rob Richardson, DRIVE SMART Virginia Public Relations and Outreach Manager, at (804) 929-2988 or go to rob.richardson@drivesmartva.or g. Scam warning about new Medicare cards The Virginia Association of Area Agencies on Aging Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) Program would like to warn Medicare beneficiaries and caregivers about recent complaints regard- ing suspicious telemarketing to beneficiaries in many regions of Virginia. Scam artists are pretending to be from Medicare and asking beneficiaries for their bank information in order to receive their new Medicare card and/or their Medicare benefits. Medicare beneficiaries need to be aware of callers claiming to be from Medicare asking for Medicare information and bank- ing information in order to receive their "new" Medicare card and Medicare benefits. These calls are a scam. Medicare NEVER does make calls offering supplies or services, nor do they call and request Medicare num- bers. The number one rule is NOT to provide any personal informa- tion such as your Medicare number, bank account or credit card informat on over the phone. If you think you have been a target of a scare, report it to the Virginia SMP program at 1-800- 938-8885 or visit www.virginiasmp.org. The SMP Program is funded by the Administration on Aging, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The Virginia Association of Area Agencies on Aging has administered the SMP grant in partnership with 21 local Area Agencies on Aging for 14 years. Deadline for 1 classifieds is Tuesday noon! Southwest Regional Adult Education held its annual Rus- sell County GED Commence- ment Exercise on Wednesday, May 29 at 6:30 pm in the Lebanon Middle School auditorium. This year, there were 49 individuals who earned GED certificates through the Russell County GED Testing Center. Many of these recipients walked across the stage in cap and gown to receive their credentials. Sixteen honor graduates with GED test scores of 2600 or above were recognized. Scotty Fletcher, Russell County Chief GED Examiner, officiated over the ceremony and introduced all special guests and the Russell County adult education instructors. Dr. Brenda Hess, Superintendent of Russell County Public Schools, welcomed the graduates and guests and offered congratula- tory remarks. Linda Allen, Southwest Regional Adult Education Program Manager, Graduates in attendance Graduate Denver Silcox addresses audience encouraged the graduates and commented on program news/ Allen then introduced Denver Silcox, the student speaker for the event. Silcox, who earned his GED certificate in November 2012, addressed the audience and remarked about his own personal journey and the success he had experienced in the program. Dr. Natalie Chambers- Ramsey, representing South- west Virginia Community Col- lege (SWCC), awarded tuition scholarships of $350 to two graduates with outstanding performance on the GED tests. Those receiving scholar- ships were honor graduates Bobby Sossoman and Austin McCoy. Scotty Fletcher presented the candidates and pronounced them GED graduates of 2013 to close the ceremony. Karen Gent, adult education instructor, played the processional and recessional on piano. If you didn't finish high school, contact Southwest Regional Adult Education at 889-5424, or call toll-free at 866-581-9935. GED is a registered trademark of the American Council on Education. Used under license. Wise County School Division in Summer Food Service Program at St. Paul Elementary The Wise County School Education 1"15-1:45,6/10-7/9 discrimination, write or call Division is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children under the age of 19. Acceptance and participation requirements for the program and all activities are the same for all regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be provided on weekdays at the sites and times listed below. Breakfast-Mid-Morning Snack St. Paul Elementary 10:15- 10:45, 6/10-7/3; Coeburn Primary 10:30-11:00, 6/10-7/3; Appalachia Elementary 10:30- 11:00, 6/10-7/3; Powell Valley Primary 10:00-10:30, 6/10-7/3; Powell Valley Middle 10:30- 11:00, 6/10-7/3; Union High School 8:00-8:30, 7/29-8/6: J.W. Adams Combined 10:00-10:30, 6/10, 7/3; Wise Primary School 10:30-11:00, 6/10-7/3; L.F. Addington Middle 10:30-11:00, 6/10-7/3; Alternative Education 10:00-10:30, 6/10-7/9 Lunch Union High School 12:00- 12:30, 7/29-8/6; Alternative Questions regarding this program should be directed to Brandi Bates, Supervisor of Food Services, Wise County School, P.O. Box 1217, Wise, Virginia 24293, (276) 328-8017. To file a complaint of immediately to: USDA Director, Office of Civil Rights 1400 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 (800) 795-3272 or (202) 720- 6382 (TDD) USDA is an equal opport- unity provider and employer. Cathy Mays, State Farm Agent St. Paul, VA will be hosting a Retirement Seminar June 24 Times available 1-2, 4-5 and 6-7 At State Farm Office in St. Paul #t00StateFarm Cathy Mays Agent 16610 Russell Street Suite 4 Saint Paul, VA 24283 Bus 276 762 7251 cathy@cathymaysinsuranceforu.com NMLS MLO #911560, MLO License #MLO-11452VA T/?e reatest comphment you ca,'7 gtve /s a referral NEWNEW . all NEW 2014 Silverado Crew Cab by Chevrolet all new body style, new interior, many outstanding options same great Chevrolet quality Come see the new pickup and one of our salesmen for all the details - MORGAN- McCLURL Morgan McClure Castlewood US HWY 58 Castlewood, VA (276) 762-2311 Visit us at www.morganmcclure.com (Castlewood) EiMCBI Find New Roads c.Ew