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1on CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, June 29, 2017 Page 7 If you're experiencing the Summer Doldrums, we have the cure for you - get- ting out of the house and taking'a great train ride! Escape the Dog Days of Summer with a cool, refreshing and scenic train trip through the mountains of the Southern Appalachian region. On Saturday, August 12th, 2017, the Watauga Valley Railroad Historical Society & Museum will sponsor its "Summer 2017 Excursion" - a train ride on the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad through the majestic Smoky Mountains and the beautiful country- side of Western North Carolina. The train follows the route of the former Southern Railway's Murphy Branch line, estab- lished in 1891, with its five percent grade, many bridges, and the beautiful whitewater Nantahala Gorge, Much of the route hugs the banks of the Little TenneSsee and Nantahala Rivers and crosses Fontana Lake Trestle, standing 100 feet above the lake and spanning 780 feet. After crossing the lake, the train will enter the breathtaking Nantahala Gorge - a natu- ral wonder. Passengers can choose to ride in comfort in Coach Class, Crown Class• or First Class. Ticket prices for adult Coach Class seats are $83 and $69 for chil- dren (2 to 12 years). Adult \ Crown Class seats are $96 \ and $79 for children (2 to 12 years). First Class seats~ $152 for adults over 21. The trip will begin in the parking lot of the Liberty Bell Middle School in Johnson City, TN, where passengers will board a motor coach departing 9:15 a.m. We will also pick up passengers in the Asheville area at the Weaverville, NC Wal Mart Super Center, 25 Northridge Commons Parkway, Weaverville, NC at Exit 19 off of Interstate 26 at 10.00 am. Upon arriv- ing Bryson City, NC, pas- sengers will have time to shop, snack, and visit the Smoky Mountain Train Museum before boarding the excursion train at 1:45 p.m. for the 4.5 - hour roundtrip to the Nantahala Gorge and return. There will be a layover at the Gorge for sightseeing• Expected arrival back in Weaverville at 7:30 p.m and to Johnson City at 8:30 p.m. To order tickets (and lunch for Coach and Crown Classes, if desired), send your check or money order along with the number of tickets, the class of car you choose and lunch choices to Summer 2017 Excursions, Watauga Valley RHS&M, R O. Box 432, Johnson City, TN,37605-0432. A print- able ticket / lunch order form is available by going to our ' web site at www.wataugavalleynrhs.or g and clicking on the \,"Excursions" link. Please ", specify if you will accept an alternate class of service if your choice is sold out; you will be refunded the difference. Money will be • refunded if you do not wish an alternate service. Passengers will have several options for lunch: 1. Bring your lunch (small coolers only). 2. The following box lunch meals will be avail- able for purchase at $11.00 per meal and must be pre- ordered with your train ticket. a. TURKEY & CHEESE ON CROIS- SANT b.' BAKED CHICKEN BREAST ON CROIS- SANT Included with the box lunch are chips, cookies and a choice of drink (unlimited coffee, tea or soft drink) in a disposable cup. Box lunches can be picked up in the concession car once boarded. 3. We're excited to offer our passengers a dining in historic dining cars. A truly unique, on board dining experience in the grand tra= dition. A choice of meal (see menu below) will be • available for selection. Note all dining car meals must be pre-purchased when ordering train ticket. These dinners include a choice of drink (unlimited coffee, tea or soft drink); and a special dessert. The cost is $15.00 per person. 4. Purchase food from the concession car. For questions about the trip, visit our web site at www.wataugavalleynrhs .org; phone (423) 753- 5797; email wataugaval-; or write us at Watauga Valley RHS&M, P. O. Box 432, Johnson City, TN 37605- 0432. Dinner Menu Pulled Pork Boston roast rubbed with our spe- cial spices then slow-roast- ed to Perfection served with slaw and cinnamon apples. Fire Braised Chicken Salad Our freshly made gourmet salad of cashews, sunflower seeds dried cran- berries, fresh blueberries, edamame, red onion, ,grape tomatoes, shredded carrots, napa cabbage, and kale tossed with a light Pomegranate blueberry dressing then topped with fire-braised Chicken, sea- soned and sliced. Veggie Lover Delight Our freshly made gourmet salad of cashews, sunflower seeds, dried cranberries, fresh blueber- ries, edamame, red onion, grape tomatoes, shredded carrots, napa cabbage, and kale' tossed with light Pomegranate blueberry dressing. Pot Roast The Great Smoky Mountains Railroad The railroad has become a favorite of film producers over the years. The train wreck scene in the 1993 movie "The Fugitive," star- ! ring Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jianes, was filmed in Dillsboro along the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad. The wreckage of the set can still be viewed on the outbound train excursion from Dillsboro. The Great Smoky Mountain Railroad also was used in the filming of the 1996 comedy "My Fellow Americans," star, ring Jack Lemmon and James Gardner, when they stumble on to a Charter l traih full of UNC-Chapel Hill Fans headed for the NCAA Final Four. Train scenes in the 1998 movie "Forces of Nature," star= ring Ben Affleck and Sandra Bullock, also were filmed on the Great Smok)t Mountains Railroad informed that all Trust dated April dwellings adver- Miscellaneous 26, 2007, in the tised in this news- for Sale original principal paper are available amount of on an equal oppor-MULTI-FAMILY $61,600.00 record- tunity basis. For Y A R D S A L E ed in the Clerk's more information about Virginia's Friday, June 30 Office, Circuit Fair Housing Law beginning at 8 am.Court for Wise or to file a fair House above Dante County, Virginia as housing complaint,Museum. Instrument No. call the Virginia 6-29-1tpd 200701870 . The Fair Housing u n d e r s i g n e d Office at (804) 367- FOR SALE: wood- Substitute Trustee 8530. Toll free call en porch swing will offer for sale at (888) 551-3247. with metal stand, public auction in For the hearing Good condition, the front of the impaired, call (804) $75. Call 276-762-Circuit Court build- 527-4290. We are pledged to 7344. ing for Wise present at the time . tact: BWW Law the benefits of its10 Weekends for the letter and spirit Mobile Homes 6-29-1tcg County and the of the sale. The bal- Group, LLC, attor-services, or subject CDL. Veterans in HUD°f V!rginia'Ss equaland for Rent City of Norton, 206 ance of the pur- neys for Equity teen thediscriminati°nbasis of race, Richmond/FrederieD e m a n d ! opportunity hous- FOR SALE: 2 side East Main Street, chase price will be Trustees, LLC, color, national ori- ksburg 800-243- ing policies.FOR RENT: 2BR by side crypts Wise, Virginia on due within fifteen6003 Executive gin, age, sex, reli- 1 6 0 0 ;; Virginia's fair trailer, located in inside Temple HillJuly 31, 2017 , at(15) days of sale,Blvd, Suite 101, glen, disability or Lynchburg/Roanok housing law makes• E r v i n t o w n , Mausoleum. Row 3:15 PM, the prop-o t h e r w i s e Rockville, MD family status as e 800-614-6500; it illegal to adver- Castlewood on pri-A floor level, erty described in Purchasers deposit20852, 301-961- protected by TitleF r o n t VI and Title VII of Royal/Winchester tise any preference, vate lot. Call 762- Opening fees paid.said Deed of Trust, may be forfeited to 6555, website: the Civil Rights Act 800-454-1400 ii limitation or dis-5980 or 276-698' $9,500. Call 276- located attheaboveTrustee. Time is of of 1964. If you crimination based 4606. 619-4890. address, and more the essence. If the m. VA-318303-1. need special kACCESS TO~ on race, color, reli- 6-8-4tpd p a r t i c u 1 a r 1 y sale is set aside for 6-29-2tcgL accommodations SMITH MO[JN=; glen, national ori- 6-22-2tcg under the TAIN LAKE- 1.5' described as fol- any reason, the Americans with acres, partly woods: ness,gin' familialsex' elderlY-status F O R R E N T : Notice lows: ALL THAT Purchaser at the Ad Network Disabilities Act ed, paved state road CERTAIN TRACT sale shall be enti- (ADA), require front. Only or handicap. This mobile homes. 3BR T R U S T E E ' S OR PARCEL OF tied to a return of DRPT PUBLIC translation services $33,900. Owner newspaper will not2BA located in St. NOTICE The (free of charge), or financing with NO: knowingly accept Paul, VAReference SALE OF 14442 LAND, WITH the deposit paid. V i r g i n i a would like addi- BANK - nothing advertising for real and deposit DRY FORK ALL APPURTE- The Purchaser may,Department of Railtional informationdown. 434-534: estate that violates required. No pets.R O A D , NANCES THERE- if provided by theand Public on DRPT's nondis- 1681 the fair housing Call 276-762-7159.COEBURN, VA UNTO BELONG- terms of the Tr an s p o r t a t i o n crimination poll- law. Our readers 6-15-tfncg 24230. In execution ING AND ALL T r u s t e e ' s (DRPT) is request-cies and proce- 2-ACRE HOMEIIi • ing public comment dures, please visit SITE with excellent'~ are hereby of a certain Deed of IMPROVEMENTS Memorandum of on its draft State the DRPT website mountain view, 25 Mountain Empire Older Citizens, Inc. Serving Lee, Scott, Wise Counties and the City of Norton THEREON, LYING AND BEING ON THE WATERS OF DRY FORK, IN THE LIPPS MAGISTE- RIAL DISTRICT OF WISE COUN- TY, VIRGINIA, CONTAINING 4.862 ACRES, MORE OR LESS; AND BEING THE SAME PROPER- TY CONVEYED TO THE PARTY OF THE FIRST PART BY DEED OF RECORD IN THE WISE COUNTY CIR- CUIT COURT CLERK" S OFFICE IN DEED BOOK Foreclosure Sale, be entitled to a $50 cancellation fee from the Substitute Trustee, but shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor; the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's attor- Management Plans at . www.drpt.vir-minutes south of (SMP) for the or contactRoanoke. $44,900 lowing Federal the Title VI and I'll finance- T r a n s i t C o m p 1 i a n c e nothing down. Administration Officer, Mike 540-294-3826 Will be offering a 40-hour Personal Care Aide Class (PCA) the week of July 10-14, 2017 at the MEOC office located in Big Stone Gap. This class is offered FREE OF CHARGE to anyone interested in applying from Lee, Scott, and Wise Counties and the City of Norton (or within reasonable driving distances of these areas). MEOC will assist with job p!acement upon successful completion. (FTA) funded pro- Mucha, at (804) ams: 786- 6794, or by 6 ACRES, WOOD- ~ction 5310 - mail to 600 E. Main ED, UNRE- For more information concerning the class contact Markeda Hall at (276) 523-4202 or 1-(600) 252-6362 MEOC is an equal opportunity employer. MEOC gives preference to older workers, Deadline for registration is June 30, 2017. Successful completion of this class does not qualily an individual for state board certification. Roanoke. Paved road front. $39,900 and I'll fmance - chase real property Facilities Programneeded. Promote 6ompletion time is available for The SMPis a docu- world peace! twenty-one da~cs; viewing at ment that describes inquiries~ the state's policies welcome - no obli, and procedures in CDL TRAINING gation. Hilton m. This is a com- admmistering b-TA FOR LOCAL/OTR Oliver, Attorney. munication from a programs. TFTh~ D R I V E R S ! 757-490-0126. Se 796, PAGE 321, debt collector andSMP for the $40,000-$50,000 HablaEspafiol. TO THE RECORD any information Sections 53102 1ST Year! 4-wks or 5311, 5316, 5317, OF WHICH REF- obtained will be and 5339 programs ERENCE IS used for that pur-can be found at VIRGINIA EMPLOYMENT H E R E M A D E. pose. The sale is http://www.drpt.vir COMMISSION REPORT TERMS OF SALE: subject to seller All com- ments for these The following jobs are available through ALLCASH. Abid- confirmation, draft plans can be ~e Norton Virginia Employment der's deposit of ten ,Substitute Trustee: submitted to d.rpt-Commission: percent (10.%) of Equity Trustees, pr@drpt.virginla.g #1085403- CDLTruck Driver- Norton the sale price or ten LLC, 2101 Wilson ov, until June 30, #1085404 - Mobile Home Installer Enhanced Mobility Street, Suite 2102, STRICTED. 30 of Seniors & Richmond, VA minutes south of Individuals with 23219. Disabilities. ney. Additional Section 5311 - HELP WANTED terms to be Formula Grants forI n t e r n a t i o n a 1 nothing down announced at the Rural Areas. Cultural Exchange credit check.=no540_ Section 5316 - JobRepresentative: 294-3826 sale. A form copy Access and ReverseEarn supplemental of the Trustee s Commute income placing andDIVORCE - memorandum of Section 5317 - supervising high Uncontested, $395 foreclosure sale and New Freedom school exchange + $86 court cost. Section 5339 - students. Volunteer No court appear- contract to pur- Buses and Bus host families alsoance. Estimated percent (10%) of Blvd., Suite 402, 2017DRPTiscom- mitted to ensuring Norton the original princi- Arlington, VA that no person is #1085822 - $Customer Servic, pal balance of the22201. For more excluded from par- Representative- Norton subject Deed of information con- ticipation in, denied #1085823 - Bilingual Customer Service Representative - Norton #1085831 - Claims Processor - Norton Trust, whichever is lower, in the form of cash or certified funds payable to the Substitute Trustee must be i CUMBERLAND MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD SERVING INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL HEAt TH, tN17EI.I.E~f~ DISAgtIJTI£$ AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS Stonebriar #1086526- Service Technician HVAC Accepting Applications Repair - Jonesville Newly re~ovated I and 2 bedxoom units Rent based on income Smoke free property Utilities paid #1087901 - Legal Secretary - Wise . #1087906 - Off-Road Truck Driver Apply a~ Wise CoralW Appalachia Redevelopment & Housing Authority #1088049 - Mechanic/Repairman- Norton central office at For more details on these and other currenl 107 Litehfield Street NW iob orders, visit the Virginia Workforce / Coeburn, VA 24230 Connbction website,, // Call 395~6 t04,~ come by the Norton local office of the Virginia ,/ 762-5624 Employment Commission at 1725 Park Avenue, SW, send an email to Norton@ or 762-0222, or call 276-679-9413 CMCSB ls currently accepting applications for various positions within our organization. Qualifications for these positions vary, depending upon the posted position, and may include High School Diploma, Associate Degree, Bachelor's Degree, M~ster's Degree and licensed positions. Please visit our website at www.c~ for more tnfon~natton on our organization, and to view details of employment opportunities. CMCSB is an Equal Opportunity Employer. / '/ #1087203 - Family Advocate - Big Stone Gap #1087393 - Deputy Sheriff- Wise #1087424 - Mechanic - Norton #1087861 - Restaurant Supervisor Clintwood t