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Page 8 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, June 29, 2017 SWCC Workforce fall Lunch and Learn series: "3D Printing" First Baptist Church Vacation Bible School SWCC Workforce Solutions will launch the fall 2017 Lunch and Learn series on September 8. The lunch and learn seminars will focus on new SWCC initiatives intended to enhance the regions work- force readiness; as well as programs and training that may be ideal for emerging businesses and industry. The Lunch and Learn series will begin with a presentation on 3D print- ing for advance manufac- turing. 3-D Printing By providing more effi- cient ways to turn ideas into objects, 3D printing is revolutionizing product design, development, and manufacturing across industries. Learn more about this technological advancement, and the value of digital badges to demonstrate an employee's knowledge and competen- cy to employers. Topics discussed will include: The purpose and foundations of 3D printing (also known as additive manufacturing); related technologies, such as 3D scanning and 3D software used in product develop- ment; the many types of additive manufacturing machines used commer- cially and for research; the additive manufacturing process and workflow, and the future of personal 3D printing. When: September 8, 11:45-1 pm. RSVP is required by September 5. Where: King Community Center Contact: Tom Lester, 276.964.7683, or email: workforce@ SWCC offers Driver's Manual course The Coal Miners Remembered Memorial Rally ran from June Saturday left from St. Paul and ended in Coeburn. %: i:iiiii ! Jeffrey McClellan joins Quesenberry's Construction Jeffrey McClellan has been named industrial divi- sion manager at Quesenberry's Construction, a compre- hensive general contractor and construction manager that has served southwest Virginia and surrounding states for over 70 years. McClellan previously served as project manager Of the capital maintenance program for the Columbia Pipeline Group in Charleston, WV. "We are very excited that Jeff has joined our executive team," said President Abran Quesenberry, PE. "He brings 28 years of industrial construction and project delivery experi- ence, including as a divi- sion and corporate manag- er. Jeff's leadership will help Quesenberry's Construction better serve ,Jeff McClellan our current industrial clients and meet our expan- sion goals in that sector." At Columbia Pipeline Group, McClellan oversaw a $25 million budget for reliability projects, includ- ing the corporate longwall mining mitigation program and compressor station upgrade projects with con- tract values of $70 million. He also was responsible for the pipeline, metering, and valve portion of the WB Express project, a $250 million expansion to north- ern, eastern and western markets, scheduled for completion in 2018. McClellan has previous executive and project man- agement experience with Celanese Inc., Wood Group Mustang Engineering, Breakell,Inc., and the Radford Federal Army Ammunition Plant. Early in his career he worked in industrial sales for Ferguson Enterprises in Radford, VA, where he received the national sales leadership award. McClellan is a LEED Accredited Professional, OSHA 10 certified, and has completed the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Quality Control program. He stud- ied business administration at Liberty University and Radford University. 19-24. The parade on Are you 19 years of age or older and have failed the written test at the DMV three times? Are you under 19 years of age and failed the written test at the DMV three times, but have suc- cessfully completed the classroom component of the driver education pro- gram? Are you required to complete a re-examination course before being allowed to take the test again? Southwest Virginia Community College is offering a Driver's Manual (Re-examination) course. This course will be offered on the following dates: July 15, August 12, and September 16, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Buchanan Hall room 106. Students must complete the 8-hour classroom requirement before receiv- ing a certificate to submit to the DMV. Tuition for the Driver's Manual Course (Re-examination course) is $100.00. Registration and tuition must be submitted five days prior to the class. Students under 19 years of age must present your cer- tificate of completion for the classroom component of driver education. Register on-line at or for additional information, contact the Driver Training Services office at Southwest Virginia Community College by calling 276.964.7369 or e m a i 1 i n g edna.sizemore@ St+ Paul Recreation Rooms, 16550 Tazewell Street Cash Prizes. Concessions: Bmng-A-FrlendD scount., Doors open at 5:oo PM. Games start at 6:0o PM+ Proceeds fund The Lyric Project St PaulMai |Street@gmail +corn MOUNTAIN - Mountain States Hospice is seeking compassionate. caring individuals who would like to bring love and care into the lives of the terminally ill and their families. Mountain States Hospice is committed to providing quality and compassionate services. Training is provided. Flexible.hours are available to work around your schedule. Volunteering for Hospice is a very rewarding experience. A small amount of your time would mean so much to a needing family! Volunteers can work in a Hospice office or sit with hospice patients in Washington County and Russell County. +For more information or to sign up please contact: Samantba Hess, Hospice Bereavement and Volunteer Coordinator At (2763 883-8484 EXT.- 8485 or by em.ail