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July GED test , ,,,,..,. & exam in I Wise County The Regional Adult Edu- cation Program of Lee, Scott, Wise & Norton Public Schools offers the Official Practice GED Test (OPT) on-demand at all local Adult Education classes. This is a free 4 hour test that is scored immediately. Adults that pass the OPT receive a free GED Exam which now costs $58. Call 877 RACE 2 GED (877.722.3243) or 276.386.2433 to schedule a time to take the practice test. The GED Exam will be given in Norton on Friday, July 5 at J.I. Burton High School. Call Amy at 877.722.3243 for more information or to register. The GED Exam will be given on Saturday, July 20 at the Wise Adult Learning Center, Building J. Testing will begin at 8 a.m. Call Karen Whitt at Fry Hall at 328-8612 for more information or to register. In addition, the Regional Adult Education Program offers free Adult Education classes throughout the region to prepare adults for the GED Exam. For details call Amy at 877 RACE 2 GED (877.722.3243) or in Scott Co., 276.386.2433 or go to www.race2ged.org. Sylvia Richardson's work CHS announces Extraordinary quilts on display final six weeks at Appalachian Arts Center this honor roll summer Appalachian Arts Center is pleased to announce an exhib- ition of fine art quilts made by Sylvia Richardson of Marion. Sixteen of Mrs. Richardson's remarkable wall hangings will be on display at the Center through August 31. Widely known as a "painter with fabric," Richardson's work has been displayed in museums and art centers across the eastern United States, and images of her unique quilts have been published in numerous magazines, including: Folk Art Magazine, Baltimore Album Revival, Watercolor Im- pressions, Quilter's Newsletter, Veranda and American Quilter. She has traveled, lectured and taught quilting extensively in her "retirement,'... and has accumul- ated an impressive collection of awards and ribbons from various quilt contests and guild chal- lenges. Early in her creative life, Richardson explored a wide variety of art forms, but became a quilter in the 1980's after discovering the medium's end- less possibilities. "These stunningly beautiful pieces are heavily embellished with beadwork, and the vivid color combinations and selected fabrics are at once unusual and harmonious, with exquisite de- tail and craftsmanship, says Sarah Romeo, director of Ap- palachian Arts Center. "Many of her quilts in this exhibition tell a story, often times expressing humor and joy. Anyone with an interest in quilting and/or fiber arts should make a point to see this show. Sylvia Richardson is, without a doubt, one of our region's most masterful, and inspired artisans." Appalachian Arts Center, a part of Southwest Virginia Com- munity College, is located on Route ~q9 'in the 'Old Archie Helton Store' - 2.5 miles south ogClayp0ol Hill. Regular busi- ness hours are: Tuesday, Wed- nesday and Friday: 12-6 pro; Thursday: 12 pm - 8 pro; and Saturday: 10 am - 6 pm. Please contact the Arts Center at 276- 596-9188 or via email at appartsinfo@sw.edu for more information. Be a Hospice volunteer sign up today for Total Home Care and Hospice Volunteer opportunity. Being a Hospice Volunteer means giving back to your community by serving terminally-ill patients and their families. Just one to four hours a week can make a difference in someone's quality of life Participants will receive educational training that will be a rewarding experience! Back- ground check and TB test will be given at no charge to participants. To learn more about the volunteer opportunity, contact Arlona Boggs, Volunteer Coordinator at 276-220-7585 to receive an application and brochure on volunteering. Total Home Care & Hospice has six office locations: in Big Stone Gap, Clintwood, Grundy, Richlands, Abingdon and Bluefield. If you live in any of these areas, a hospice patient needs you! We Fix: Basements, Crawlspaces, Cracked/Settling Foundations, Bowing Walls I ;I :t :! 41 :[.'i i I ", d Serving you since 1972 Call Now/10% Limited Time Coupon Some Restrictlorls Apply lle or people with Deg Find out if special glasses can help you see better. Call for a FREE phone consultation with Dr. Armstrong. Optometrist Offices in: Roanoke, Chadoltesville, Hardsonburo, Wytheville Laymon 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: /kll A's-- Dalton Addington, Corey Beavers, Chelsea Bise, Tiffany Casteel, Tyler Collins, Shawn Dupuie, Corey France, Emily Gordon, Megan Hall, Carly Helbert, Andrea Mullins, Chas- sidy Salyer, Makayla Salyer, OliviaSproles, Mackenzie Trent, Chelsea Whittington, David Young. A&B--Joseph Bailey, Kevin Burke, Maegen Burton, Gavin Collins, Amber Fleming, Kacy Gullett, Brit- neT Hall, Ryan Hileman, Craig Jacobs, Audrianna Kilgore, Travis Meade, Alec Slemp, Alex Summers, Sarah Wilson. GRADE 11: All A's-- Haley Crabtree, Walker Long, Caitlin Phillips, Korey Purtee. A&B--Tyler Carter, Olivia Cook, Summer Cook, Matraca Creech, Erica Dickenson, Courtney Evans, Kelsey Fields, Brittany Henry, Alexis Kennedy, Tori Mays, Collin Moore, Kelly Steffey, Terry Woods. GRADE 10: All A's--Tomi Amburgey, Steven Hall, Aut- umn Ingle, Kaitlyn Jenkins, Kacie Jessee, Bridgette McCarty, Heaven Parridgen, Chelsea Phillips. A&B--Wil- liam Bostic, Zachery Carico, Dakota Collins, Savannah Crewe, Caitlyn Fleming, Emily Higgins, Jonathan Kilgore, Victoria Lane, Zoe Lowe, MakaylaMcCoy, Damien Patrick, Jared Ring, Samantha SalTer, JasmineSizemore, Alexandra Vance. GRADE 9: All A's-- Alexandra Alfred, Emily Bak- er, Trevor Gilbert, Janie Ske- ens, Jeremiah Statzer, Rachel White. A&B--Maleah Castle, Taylor Chafi, , Samantha Couch, Shiann Couch, Shawn E[am, Casey Hall, Mandi Hylton, McKinley Isaacs, Alanna Kiser, Marley Linkous, Jennie Molinary, Dalton Mul- lins, Leslie Murphy, Adam Puckett, Kalyn Purtee, Amber Sutherland, Adrianna Turner, Garrett Woodruff. GRADE 8: All A's--Jacob Baker, Camryn Cook, Shelby Grizzle, Emily Harrington, Alyson Long, Cody Meade, Darla Mullins, Madison Ray, Savannah Roberson, Emily Slemp. A&B--Rebecca Bent- ley, Brandon Davis, Cassidy Fleming, Gracie Hobson, PeT- ton Jessee, Nathanial Lopez, Tori- Monk, Walker Riner, Allison Skeens, Noah Steele, Zachary Traverse, Patrick Tur- ner, Morgan Wallace, Brittney Williams. Dante Community Center meetings The Dante Community Center will have meetings, every third Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information call 495-1247. 16646 Russell St. (beside St. Paul Fire Dept.) )PE!N S, 'URI)I LY,; 10-1:; or anytime by appointrnenl Contact Jerry Couch 762-9514 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, June 27, 2013 Page 5 SIGNS WITH EMORY...Chance Hileman, a recent graduate of Castlewood High School, has signed with Emory & Henry College to play football in the 2013 season. Pictured with Chance are his mother Nancy Hileman; father Dave Hileman; Coach David Seammell, Principal Butch Kiser, his sister Crystal Kilgore and Coach Todd Tiller. Dominion Virginia Power begins accepting applications for solar purchase program -Pilot program helps offset costs for eligible customers installing solar power systems -Dominion Green Power supports projects through REC purchases -Program expands renewable energy offerings to customers Dominion Virginia Power The Dominion Green Power largest producers and tran- has begun accepting online program directly supports these sporters of energy, with a applications for the company's solar projects through the pur- portfolio of approximately Solar Purchase Program, whichchase and retirement of the 27,000megawatts of generation, will help eligible customers RECsproduced. 1t,000 miles of natural gas offset the cost of adding solar The Solar Purchase Programtransmission, gathering and power to their homes and is an alternative to Dominion's storage pipeline and 6,400 miles properties while increasing solar net metering program in which of electronic transmission lines. generation in Virginia. customers ottset their con- Dominion operates one of the "We have seen a growing sumption with self-generatednation's largest natural gas interest from customers since we renewable energy using a variety storage systems with 947 billion announced this program last of fuel sources. Currently, about cubic feet of storage capacity year," said Ken Barker, vice 850 customers participate in the and serves retail energy cus- president-Customer Solutions "net metering" program, tomers in 15 states. For more and Energy Conservation. "This Dominion Virginia Power isinformation about Dominion, pilot program which receives a subsidiary of Dominion visit the company's website at funding through our Dominion (NYSE: D), one of the nation's www.dom.com. Green Power program gives our customers who are interested in ..... ...................... getting power from the sun another option than net metering that could help them reduce their ,ns~al,a~io, co~ts VISA" Customers interested in participating can obtain and sub- mit an application online at www dom.com, keyword: Solar Purchase Program. Participation in the program is first-come, first-serve. The pilot program is limited to a total of 3 megawatts. Participating customers pur- chase, install and own the solar generation system located on their property, but sell the electricity and the associated solar Renewable Energy Certi- ficates (RECs) back to Dom- inion at a premium rate of 15 cents per kilowatt-hour. Parti- cipating customers purchase all of the electricity for their homes or businesses from the company on their current rate schedule. Ar mr SPRING SAVINGS EVENT .... ~FROM MAY Z - JUNE 30~ When ~ buy a new ~t of few qu~lif,/in~ t~ t~, ~80 Reward - Ct5, ~r Z~.,~ RS3-S CV'l'imes Deadlines: Editorial copy (birthdays, anniversaries, press releases, calendar items, weddings, etc) 3:30 pm Monday Advertising (classified and display) 12 noon Tuesday TRI-COUNTY TIRE SERVICE, INC. 16618 EAST RIVERSl DE DRIVE SAINT PAUl_, VA 24283 (276)762-9501 OR (276) 762-9591 MON. - FR|. 8AM- 5PM SAT. 8AM - lPM I IIIIIIIIIIII I I Illllllllllllllll I I I III iii vehicles We have a pre-owned vehicle to fit your needs. 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