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"Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, June 29, 2017 basic styles of learning , Is your learning style 2visual (seeing), auditory ~(hearing), or kinesthetic ~doing)? Research has -shown that students can ~perform better on tests if they change their study Experts say that about 30% - enjoy~icting and being habits to fit their own per- of Americans are auditoryon stage. i sonal learning styles. In learners, are good in study last week's article, visual These people learn best groups. learning was examined; through verbal lectures, Here are some suggest- .this article will focus on discussions, talking things ed methods of study from i auditory learning-leaming through, and listening towhich auditory leamers ..'through hearing, what others have to say. may benefit. Use word . Auditory learners learn Auditory leamers interpret association to remember ~ibest when they hear infer- the underlying meanings of facts and lines. Recordqec- :mation. These people can speech through listening to tures or watch videos. 7often follow directions tone of voice, pitch, speed, Repeat facts with your eyes ',yery precisely after being and other nuances. Written closed. Participate in group ,~told only once or twice information may have little discussions. Use audio- :what to do. Some auditory meaning until it is heard, tapes for language practice. 7learners concentrate better These learners often bene- Tape notes after writing ~when they have music or fit from rea.ding aloud and them. ;some type of noise in the using a recording device.If you are an auditory ibackground. They fre- You may be an auditory learner, you may find these ~quently retain information learner if you: study tips useful. An adult better when they talk it out. - like to read to yourself education instructor can Since hearing and aloud, help you determine your speaking are so closely - are not afraid to speakpersonal learning style and related, auditory learners in class, develop a study plan that's will often use their voices - are good at explaining,effective for you. Contact as well as their ears. - remember names. Southwest Regional Adult They'll sometimes repeat - notice sound effects inEducation at 866-581-9935 what has been said to them; movies, to register for a free GED this helps learners process - enjoy music, test preparation class or the the information. They may - are good at grammar National Extemal Diploma '.also remember complex and foreign language. Program. sets of information by put- - read slowly. GED is a registered ,ting them into song or -follow sigoken direc- trademark of the American rhythm. Auditory learners tEens well. Council on Education. may ask, "Could you can't keep quiet for Used under license. explain that again?" long periods of time. Recipes by Mi6a Hetb , UNCOOKED TOMATO RELISH 4 cups peeled, chopped ' tomatoes 1/2 cup chopped Onion 1/2 cup chopped celery . 1/4 cup chopped green ,pepper 1/2 cup Vinegar 1 tbsp. sugar 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. mustard seed 1/4 tsp, cinnamon 1/4 tsp, nutmeg - 1/8 tsp. cloves Combine all ingredi- ents, mixing well. Cover ~and refrigerate. Will keep several weeks in refrigera- tor. NOODLES WITH HAM AND CHEESE 3 tbsp. butter 3 tbsp. flour 1/2 tsp. salt 1/8 tsp. pepper 2 cups milk 3/4 cup grated cheese 2 1/2 cups cooked noo- dles 1 cup chopped ham Melt butter and blend in flour, salt and pepper. Slowly add milk, stirring constantly until sauce thickens. Stir in cheese. Put half of the noodles in a greased casserole. Add half of the ham and pour half of cheese sauce on top. Repeat. Bake 400 degrees for 25-30 minutes. OPEN FACED APPLE PIE pastry for one pie 4 large tart apples 1 cup sugar 1/4 tsp. cinnamon 1/4 tsp. nutmeg 1 tbsp. butter Wash and peel apples. Cut into quarters removing cores. Arrange apple quar- ers in a pastry-lined pie pan. Combine sugar and spices and pour over apples. Dot with butter. Bake 425 degrees for 10 minutes. Reduce heat to 350 degrees and bake 20 minutes longer ANYTIME CUCUM- BER SLICES 3 to 4 large cucumbers, sliced 2 medium onions, thinly sliced 3 tbsp minced fresh dill or 1 tbsp. dill weed 1 cup sugar 1/2 cup vinegar 1/2 cup water 1 tsp. salt Combine cucumbers, onions and dill. In a saucepan, combine sugar, vinegar, water and salt; bring to a boil. Pour over cucumber mixture. Cover and refrierate.for 3 hours or overnight. i Southwest ealing and Striping S and repairs Casti ewocyJ/Cop r Creek El ementary School 211 t Century Summer School Program will be sponsoring a MARKET CORNER NEWS i iii i ;iiiii , Clothing Giveaway Thursday, June 29 "3 i 2.. 0pm-3.30pm Castlewcx l Elementary School Gently used clothe ng available in kids-adult sizes Fi t-come. Fi t:-serve basis ~Nes~i,..~s? lPIe~ c~ac~ Ja~ Kem~edy or F~:ankie ram at 762-2315 i Topics Compliments Pastor Jessie M. Jones 762-7963 "Sin is sin" Some of you was pretty intoxicated. He better look at the plane.Alf "old-timers" may remem- got my brother-in-law to replied back to him that if ber this incident that hap- drive him back to Coeburnhis plane had not landed in pened back in the 40's. One to the airport where he had the cornfield, then the peo- of our neighbors - Alf- was flown from. He said he ple would not have been in a share-cropper on the Will would return for the plane the comfield either! Well, Osborne farm later. He didn't show back they finally reached an One summer morning, up for two days. In the agreement that suited them my father, my brother-in- meantime, all the neigh- both. law and I were in our front bors were flocking to seeThis story reminds me yard when we heard an air- the plane in the cornfield, of Song of Solomon plane flying over and it Most of them had never Chapter 2 Verse 15 where was flying really low. We seen an airplane on the the Bible says that it is the watched as it landed in ground. The corn- which little foxes that spoil the Alf's comfield. We rushed was about shoe-top high- vines. Sometimes it's the over to make sure the pilot pretty much got trampled,small devices of Satan that was okay. He told us that Alf was not ha~ppy. When can cause the most dam- he could hardly see the pilot finally returned to age. If Satan is tempting because of the fog so he get the plane, Alf told him you to do what he calls a had decided to land in the that he wanted him to pay"little bitty sin" - first safe place he could two hundred dollars for the BEWARE! It can lead to find- which turned out to 0a: ~aged corn crop. The something much bigger. be the cornfield. Since i pilot old him that his plane Remember there are no was a beautiful sunny day ',rod damaged very little of "little sins" and "big sins" - no fog anywhere - we "e corn - that it was all the in the eyes of the Lord. knew something wasn't o,-lookers that had tram- Quite simply - sin is sin. right. Turns out the pilot pled the corntrying to get a Pre-K & Kindergarten registration at Copper Creek Elementary Copper Creek day and transportation is Elementary School is con-provided by Russell tinuing the registration County Schools. process for Pre-K and Enrollment packets are Kindergartenstudents for available at Copper Creek the 2017-2018 school year.Elementary with all neces- Spaces are available for sary forms to be completed enrollment! Applications before school begins. are being taken at the Items needed for official school. Parents may come enrollment are birth certifi- by and complete the cate, current physical, process at any time or pick immunization records and up information packets, completed school registra- Pre-K programs offer antEen forms. Parents are academic and enrichment encouraged to pick up program for all four year packets and begin the olds. Students participating process to have their child in Pre- K are better pre- tested for Pre-K. New stu- pared when entering dents entering Kindergarten. Pre-K is Kindergarten this fall also offered for the full school may pick up packets. This will enable the school to compile accurate numbers for class size. Students four years of age on or before September 30 are eligible for Pre-K. Students five years of age on or before September 30 are eligible for Kindergarten. We are excited to begin a new school year in August and look forward to seeing many new faces. If additional information is needed you may contact Copper Creek Elementary School at 276-794-9306 or Castlewood Elementary School at 276-762-2315. Clinic Offers Driver Improvement Have you been court or DMV directed to attend an eight-hour Driver Improvement Clinic? Southwest Virginia Community College will offer the Driver Improvement (Defensive Driving) Clinic eight-hour course on the following dates: July 15, August 12, 'and September 16, 2017. The driving clinic is recog- nized by the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Registration and tuition area court/legal system in need to be submitted five delivery of the National days prior to the clinic. Safety Council curriculum. Register on-line at Tuition cost for the course https://sw.augusoft.net/ or is $60.00 cash, check or for additional information, money order payable to contact the Driver Training SWCC. Individuals Services office at attending a driver improve- Southwest Virginia ment clinic, will learn Community College by defensive driving tech- calling 276.964.7369 or niques, which can help pre- e m a i 1 i n g vent crashes and assist with edna.sizemore@sw.edu. points and fines reduction. Items of interest... GILBERT REUNION July 8 Sugar Hollow Park, Shelter A Bristol, VA 10am-5pm. Bring a cov- ered dish. MEADE REUNION July 1st. N.C. Meade Picnic Shelter, Castlewood. Everyone welcome. 276-202-8118 Extension to offer Wildlife Educational Series. Extension will be offering the following Wildlife Educational Series. Pre-register by contacting Phil Meeks (276-328-6194 or pmeeks@vt.edu). Thursday, July 6 - Wildlife Damage Control - VDGIF and USDA Thursday, August 3 - Wildlife Habitat Improvement - Andy Rosenberger, Private Lands Biologist, Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries Thursday, September 7 - Waterfowl in Wise County. Castlewood High School Class of 1967 will be celebrating their 50th class reunion on August 5, at the Bonanza Steakhouse in Lebanon, at 5:30 p.m. Cinema City Stadium Theatres : i Movie Hotline For Showticra~s i 276-679-4252 Check Showtiraes Ordine nortoncinema.com ~, ,,~ "~-- ~, ~ # ~ r~~ ~ ~ --,t- '# : CENTRAL : : DRIVE- IN : B{a~::~voocl, VA 276-6~g-3761 me ADULt: SIS CHILDREN: $4 : For more information, contact Linda Taylor Dingus sweetchef@hot- mail.com The Southwest Virginia Regional Jail Authority Board meeting will be held at 10:30 a.m., on Tuesday, July 25, at The Inn at Wise, Wise, Virginia. Cleveland's Independence Day Celebration Come join us for our annual Independence Day Celebration Monday, July 3rd from 4 pm to 11 p.m. at the Cleveland Recreation Center and Ball Park. There will be music, food and plenty of fun and games for the kids. The parade starts at 6 with line up starting at 5 and the fire- works show begins at dark. Contact the Cleveland Town Hall at 276-889- 4365 or if you would like to make a donation toward our event please make checks payable to Cleveland Community Tourism Group and mail them to 6654 Cleveland Rd Cleveland, Va. 24225. We appreciate all donations. Clinch River Farmers Market Saturday 8 am - 12 pm Produce available at Saturday's market will include green beans, cabbage, cucumbers, new potatoes, onions, and many other spring products. In addition to farm produce, we have a large selection of items available from bakers, crafters and meatproducers. The farmers market is a local grown produce only, if you have a large garden and would like to sell your extra at the market just come by and talk to the managers. ...... E ntertain ment: Music of Bluegrass Circle 11 AM Kids Bucks will be available at the Market Saturday We are certified to accept EBT, credit and debit cards. The first $10 of EBT wilt be doubled, Support your local farmers and crafters and enjoy a free cup of coffee at the Clinch River Farmers Market.