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Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, June 26, 2014 kicks The first week of June was an exciting kick-off week for four PluggedtnVA (PIVA) pro- grams in Southwest Virginia. Three welding programs and one crime scene technician program were launched during that week. Adult learners with or without a high school- level credential will benefit from these contextualized programs which will pre- pare them for employment in the region. PIVA Welding 1 began on Monday, June 2. This cohort of eleven students meets three days a week on the main campus of Southwest Virginia Community College (SWCC). The welding instructor for this cohort is Dave Witt. Adult education instructors are Karen Gent and Tammy Brown. PIVA Welding 2 began on Tuesday, June 3. This cohort of fourteen students meets three days a week on the main campus of SWCC. Welding instruc- tors for this cohort are Tyler Hurt, Daniel Lester, and Michael Pastor. Adult education instructors are Tammy Brown and Willie Hunt. PIVA Welding 3 also began on Tuesday, June 3. This cohort of nine stu- dents meets three days a week at the Russell County Career and Technology Center. Welding instructors for this cohort are David Gilmer and Michael Pastor. Adult education instructors are Karen Gent and Sharon Boiling. All three welding pro- grams are offered through a partnership between Southwest Regional Adult Education (SRAE), SWCC, Area 1 Workforce Investment Board, Steel Fab, and Tadano Mantis Cranes Corporation. Business partners have agreed to assist participants in guaranteed job inter- views upon success com- pletion of the program. Lee Davis with SRAE is the project manager for the welding programs. Each welding cohort will meet for ten weeks. PIVA Crime Scene Technician began on June 5. This cohort of twelve students meets on Thursday and Friday evenings and all day on Saturdays on the main campus of SWCC. Two of the students are sworn offi- cers with a local police department in the region. Jerry Stinson is the pro- gram director, and SWCC instructors for the program are Marcus McClanahan, Bureau of Criminal Investigation Special Agent, and Michael Hall, Tazewell County Detective. Adult education instructors are Karen Gent and Tammy Brown. Tim Salyers is the student coor- dinator for the program. This program is third in a series of cohorts offered through the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACC- CT) Grant and a partner- ship between SRAE and SWCC. This cohort will meet for six months. For more information about PluggedInVA pro- grams in the region, con- tact Southwest Regional Adult Education at 866- 581-9935. Crime Scene Welding 1 Welding 2 Recipe,, by MiU.a Welding 3 CARAMEL APPLE DIP 1-8 oz. cream cheese, softened 1/2 cup brown sugar 1/4 cup caramel ice cream topping 1 teas. vanilla 1 cup marshmallow creme Beat cream cheese, brown sugar, caramel top- ping and vanilla until smooth. Fold in marshmal- low creme. Serve with apples of your choice, but tart apples are best. GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE 1 1/2 lb. ground beef 1/4 cup chopped onion 1/4 tsp. salt 1 can green beans 1 can cream of mush- room soup 1 (1 lb.) pkg. frozen tater tots 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese Cook ground beef and onion together; drain. Transfer beef to a casserole dish. Spread green beans on top of beef. Pour mush- room soup next. Then layer tater tots. Bake 350 degrees for 1 hour. Before baking time is up, sprinkle cheese on top. STUFFED PEPPER SOUP 2 lbs. ground beef 2 quarts water 1-28 oz. can tomato sauce 1-28 oz. diced tomatoes, undrained " 2 cups cooked long grain rice 2 cups chopped green peppers 1/4 cup brown sugar 2 teas. salt Come out for Burrell Car Wash (by donation) Hot Dog Sale - Bake Sale Bring your favori{e item for Calvin Talford to sign. Saturday, June 28- 1:00 pm Miners Exchange Bank- St. Paul Coeburn, VA 24230 27 95-2102 GRAND OPENING] Monday, June 30 Miss Kris /,s Mtn. Top Primitives 9am-5pm Man-Sat. ILFtl6 Marshalls Retreat Rd - St. Paul (,276) 395-5360 Owner: Kris /Lee ]-annin:g Visits $30/month unlimited New & Used Country & Primitive 5tuft Too much to list that I can do!] Daily Door Prizes and Free Food! 2 teas. beef bouillon granules 1 teas. pepper. In a dutch oven, cook beef over medium heat until no longer pink; drain. Stir in the remaining ingre- dients; bring to a boil. Reduce heat, cover and simmer for 30 to 40 min- utes or until peppers are tender. STUFFED CHERRY TOMATOES 24 cherry tomatoes 1-3 oz. cream cheese, softened 2 tbsp. mayonnaise 1/4 cup freely chopped peeled cucumbers 1 tbsp. f'mely chopped green onion 2 teas. minced fresh dill Cut a thin slice off the top of each tomato. Scoop out and discard pulp; invert tomatoes onto paper towels to drain. In a bowl, com- bine cream cheese and mayonnaise until smooth; stir in the cucumber, onion and dill. Spoon into toma- toes. Refrigerate until serv- ing. Honor thy father and thy mother My mind goes back when I was about 9 years old. They was a gentleman that owned a farm and he was needing a sharecrop- per. So he came and want- ed to rent to my dad and made him a far better offer than he had ever had on any other farm. So, we moved everything but about 10 bushels of pota- toes that we had buried for the winter. One evening Dad said, "Tomorrow we will probably take the wagon and team and go back where we used to live and get our potatoes." Well, that was right up my hanging low and it was looking much, much like rain. Dad said, "Son, we'll not go today 'cause it's going to come a s{orm." I ran to the barn, got the Clinch River Farmers Market Saturday 8 am - 1 pm Wednesday 2 pm - 5 pm The Farmers Market is open. Don't miss this opportunity to check out a great selection of beets, cucumbers, squash, salad peas, cabbage, new potatoes, kohlrabi, swiss chard lettuce, onions, jams, jellies, honey, salsa, eggs, etc., baked goods, breads and crafts. horses, brought them out to the gear room and con- vinced him that it was not going to rain that day. So, after a while, he harnessed up the horses, we hooked to the wagon and away we went. We had got about half of the distance we were going when it came one of the awfulest storms that I had ever seen. We liked to have drowned before we got back home. We pulled the wagon under the shed, unhamessed the horses and tumed them loose, And when Dad started to hang the harnesses back in the honor thy father and thy mother so that your days may be long upon the earth. I thought "Yes, and the rest of that story was, if you're a son of Bill and Ima Jones and want your days to be long upon this earth, you better obey them. If not, they'll beat you to death at a young age." But lookir, g back, I thank God for every whip- ping. I think it played a great part in me being the person that I am today. alley because I liked riding gear room, he took them i Cinema City the wagon and by that time check lines and he used he'd start letting me drive them for what they certain- ~ ~~ the team. But the next ly wasn't intended to be Movie Hotline276"6'~J'~2 morning, the clouds were used for. [ Located in Downtown Norton, VA nortonci nema.com He said, "Now son, let : .......... this teach you a lesson, if DAYFAM/LYN/ nd,romnow on, you leave it up to me to make / .50for2g the decisions of what we're i and S7.50 for 3D* going to do tomorrow." * Exceptions may apply. Well, later on, we did go .op INDICATES A NO PASS FEKBJRE - - - NOW PLILYING - - - get the potatoes. But I cer- _~ tainly wasn't the one toi Transformers: make the suggestion what Ago Of IExtlncton PG-13 2D & SO N~)P day we was going to go. Mal.E, cont But I learned early in life The Fault In Our Stars Entertainment: Vermicomposing (worm) demo - Bill Worrell Healthy Habits, Nutrition and Recipes Wise County Extension Office Art Project for Kids Music of Gary Crum 11:00 am what that verse of scrip- ture, the first command- ment with promise was, to Area reunions McCOWAN & LEE REUNION McCowan and Lee 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, CR Pate and Company and Sweet Peas. We are certified to accept debit cards, EBT 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. F~-13 22 Jump Street H Jersey Boys R How To Train Your Dragon 2 PG Edge Of Tomorrow PIB-13 Think Like A Man Too PG-13 X-Men: Days of Reunion will be on June 28" "Future Past beginning at 11:00 am ~PG-la located on Brushy Ridge at - - - STARTS WED. r/2 - - - the home of Earl and the :Tammy late Margaret B. Lee. All i R - 2D I. 30 Earth To Echo PG - 2D & 3D Deliver Us From Evil family and friends are wel- come. Anyone who can please bring a covered dish or drink. For information please call Crystal McCoy 495-1406, Nancy Turner 395-7126 or Sue Farmer 495-1691. CLASS OF '59-'60 CHS REUNION R - 2D & 3D FOR FEATURES & SHOWTIMES : 276-6794252 nortonclnoma.com i Schedule subject to change. : CENTRAL : DRIVE - IN Blackwood, VA 276-~79-3761 The 1959-1960 gradu- ., ADULTS: $8 CHILDREN: $4 ating classes of : Transformers: Castlewood High School : Age U[ Exl]UClJUU will have their th " 55 class : PG-13 THUR-FRI-SAT-SUN:9:15 i reunion on July 4-5, 2014. : 22 Jump Street RTHUR-FRI-SAT-SUN: 12 MID