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Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, July 16, 2009 i Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stephen i Cook (Kendra Monique Couch) Miss Couch and Mr. Cook exchange vows May 23 Kendra Monique Couch and Kristen Gibson. The best man Andrew Stephen Cook were united in marriage on May 23 at Spring City Baptist Church. The double ring ceremony was per- formed by Pastor Scott Suttle. The bride is the daughter of Zip and Ginger Couch, grand- daughter of Kenneth Couch Sr. and the late Sue Couch and the late Mr. and Mrs. O.D. Gibson. The groom is the son of Greg and Janet Cook, grandson of Orville and Catherine Davis and Dave and Mary Cook. The bride wore a white bead- ed gown, while the wedding party coordinated in pink and black. Serving as maid of honor was friend Emily Davis. Bridesmaids were sister of the bride, Bethany Couch, cousins of the bride, Jillian Chafin and was friend Michael Hughes. Groomsmen were Jesse Camp- bell, brother-in-law of the groom, Chase Davis, cousin of the groom and Gavin Watson, cousin of the bride. Flowergirls were Aspen Bailey, cousin of the groom and Jalyn Fultz, cousin of the bride. Zachary Gibson, bride's cousin was ringbearer. Heather Ratliff, friend of the bride, presided over the guest book. Wedding music was provided by Emily and Ervin Davis, Brooke Gibson and Betsy Brown. The wedding was direct- ed by Melanie Wilson and Don- na Ray. A reception followed in the W.L. Odum Fellowship Hall. After a trip to Wilmington, the happy couple now reside in Lebanon. Appalachian Strings at Country Cabin The Country Cabin, located in Norton on The Crooked Road Music Trail will feature Appalachian Strings on Saturday, July 18. Admission for the night is $5 for adults (12 and older) and $1 for children 2-11. Each Saturday night, from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm, live bluegrass music from the best in local bands is featured. Dancing includes clogging, two-step, free- style, broom dances and cake walks. Local musicians are welcome to play halftime breaks. The Country Cabin is located one and one-half miles west of Norton (between Norton and Appalachia). Watch for signs. Events at the Country Cabin ETHAN COLLINS, CHS are sponsored by Appalachian FBLA student, won sixth Traditions, Inc., a non-profit place nationally during organization. No alcohol is the recent FBLA Natio- permitted. nal Conference, held in For more information, call 276-679-3541. Anaheim, California. He Jam sessions are held each competed in the Desktop Tuesday night at 7:00 p.m. Free Application Program- admission. All musicians and ming category._, sp_ectators welcome. Christian Homeschoolers to meet The ChristianHomeschoolers E. Rose, 276-395-7141, or 3- of Southwest Virginia group is mail rjandwandarose@verizon. now accepting registration for net. the 2009-2010 school year until The group will host a August 20. planning meeting on Saturday, If you are interested in August 15, at Bullitt Park, Big homeschooling and would like Stone Gap, from 11:30 a.m.-3 Elizabeth City invites travelers to "Take 15 and Save 15" with July and August Getaways Promotion From classic outdoor movies in the park to bocce ball games on the waterfront green, Eliza- beth City has enough fun-in-the- summer activities for a great getaway-and the "Harbor of Hospitalityฎ" is offering an in- centive for travelers to visit now. During the months of July and August, visitors can book the more information, call Wanda p.m. science at Port Discover Daniel chemistry professorship the Carolina Loop established at UVA-Wise 9. Eat your veggies! At the Downtown Waterfront Market The University of Virginia to receive such an honor for 10. Stroll our historic dis- Board of Visitors has estab- simply doing a job that I love tricts lished the Van W. Daniel III and that has rewarded me in so 11. Linger over dinner Professorship in Chemistry at many ways." 12. Shop for a treasure The University of Virginia's The endowed professorship 13. Get creative at The College at Wise. will "make a strong science Center Funds to honor Daniel by program stronger" and will 14. Paddle the Dismal establishing a permanent en- "expand opportunities for celia- Swamp Canal dewed professorship in his borative research with stu- 15. See why our lovely name were provided by anony- dents," Daniel said while ex- waterfront is known as the mous donors. The professorship pressing his gratitude for the "Harbor of Hospitality" honors Daniel's extraordinary donors. For reservations, choose and longtime service to UVA- Daniel, [professor of chemis- from the following lodgings and Wise, its students and the try, has served UVa-Wise since mention "Save 15" to receive Department of Natural Sciences. 1970. He spent much of that your discount: "In my long career at the time as chair of the Department *Days Inn, (252)335-4316 College, I have received several of Natural Sciences. His un- *Elizabeth City B&B, (252) awards recognizing my service . wavering and extraordinary and teaching, but this is cer- commitment to the College, his tainly the most significant honor students and the department has ' that I have received and it is the been instrumental in the Col- on I will remember forever," lege's continuing growth and Daniel said. "I never expected achievements in the natural sciences. Family Medicine Specialty: Pikeville College School of Osteopathic Medici ne Saint Frances/VCU Family Practice Residency Program Training: American Osteopathic Asociation American College of Osteopathic Medical Assoc. Memberships: 495 East Main Street, Lebanon, VA (276) 889-3700 Farming, Weighttifting Running, Skiing, and numerous others sports. Accepting New Patients Interests: At C-]]ealth we specialize in providing quality health care tbr you and your family. That's why we,.. • Invest so much to guarantee up-to-date medical care for infants, children and adults. • Take extra time to answer your questions and to get to know you personally, • Commit to be there when you need us by providing evening and weekend hours as cll as a doctor on call 24 hours a day. At C-Health we connect '00ith people...for life! 48 Colmnerce Drive ]tonaker, VA 24260 (276) 873-6876 495 Last Main Street I (276) 889-3700 "Take 15 and Save 15" getaway package, featuring 15 touring suggestions and a 15 percent savings off selected inns and hotels. "Whether you're en route to the beaches or looking for a close-in destination, Elizabeth City is ideal for travelers with an interest in history, outdoor acti- vities and good old Southern hospitality," said Charlotte Un- derwood, director of the Eliza- beth City Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (ECACVB). "You're sure to find an activity or more that pleases from our 'Take 15" list." Among the offerings tra- velers may... 1. Catch a classic outdoor movie in the park 2. Brush up on history at the Museum of the Albemarle 3. Toss a bocce ball 4. Hear some great home- grown music 5. Shiver ye' timbers at a Pirate Camp! 6. Walk the Civil War Trails 7. Get hands-on with 338-2177 *Fairfield Inn, (252),333- 1003 i *Holiday Inn Express, i252) 338-8900 i *Micr0tel, (252) 331-7751 *The Pond House, i(252) 335-9834 Accommodations are sbject to availability and cannot be combined with other offersi The ECACVB will also host a drawing for a free "Take 15 and Save 15" getaway package. Register by Aug. 10 at www.DiscoverElizabethCi.co m. The prize package includes: *Two nights accommoda- tions, Aug. 28-29 at the Fairfield Inn, during Elizabeth City's annual Harbor Arts Festival *Two tickets for the festival's "Taste of Elizabeth City" fine dining event, Aug. 29 (6-11 pm) *A personal, guided tour of the Museum of the Albemarle *Lunch for two at Harbor Tea House *A guided tour of Elizabeth City's downtown *A welcome basket filled with hand-crafted chocolates from The Chocolate House, wine, roses and other treats. Contestants must live 50 miles away from the Elizabeth City area, and only one entry per e-mail address will be accepted. The winner will be drawn from the online entries and announced on the Web site. Elizabeth City is located in northeastern North Carolina on the Pasquotank River, halfway between Norfolk and the Outer Banks. Known as the "Harbor of Hospitality," the city has six Na- tional Register Historic Districts and is home to the Museum of the Albemarle; Arts of the Albemarle's new arts facility, The Center, Elizabeth City State University Planetarium; and Port Discover Hands,on Science Center. Nature-based travelers are drawn to the area's proximity to the Dismal Swamp and the abundance of outdoor recreation- al offerings. For additional information, call Elizabeth City Area Convention & Visitors Bureau at 1-866-ECity-4U (1- 866-324-8948) or (252) 335- 5330. J. R. Gibson, Bluegrass Favorite at Tacoma Community Center _ J. R. Gibson and the Blue- grass Favorite will be at the Tacoma Community Center Saturday, July 18, from 7:30- 10:30 p.m. The Center is located on the Stone Mountain Road just off Route 58 between Coeburn and Norton, A variety of activitieS and food for the entire family will be available. Admission is $5 per person. For information, call Roose- velt Stanley, 276-679-1164 What Tree. Is That? booklet from the Arbor Day Foundation makes it easier to identify trees in Virginia The Arbor Day Foundation is offering a fun and easy-to-use tree identification booklet that will help people identify trees in a simple, step-by-step process. What Tree Is That? features advanced, hand-drawn botanical each guide to What Tree Is That?, Arbor Day Foundation, Nebraska City, NE 68410. You can also order the book online at www.arborday.org. |O010|O|Ol|||| illustrations highlighting the  illllll'l|llllllWlP.ltlll,lO! : distinctive characteristics of • ขi@ ขi| many tree species. Recreational e and professional arborists alike •   • have called this pocket field • |igtThtr • guide one of the most user • • • Movie H0tline 276-679-4252 • friendly resources to have at • Located in Downtown Norton VA • their fingertips. Its beautiful, • nortoneinema.eo'ni. full-color illustrations are in • precise detail to depict natural • *   e * e e e e *  • colors, shapes, and textures, so •  • • I ,THE HALFBLOOD PRINCE PG [ • users can make a positive • •. fewSpecieSeasyidentificatiฐnsteps, in just a •• 4:30 -6:30 -8:00 -9:45 PM] • The Arbor Day Foundation now offers this booklet to help people identify trees in Virginia and throughout the Eastern and Central regions of the United States. What Tree Is That? uses a unique step-by-step approach to identify the species of each tree. From explaining what to look for in the shape of the leaves and -differences in the leaf stems and- • twig structures to specifics on • the fruits and flowers, and the • details of buds and bark. • "What Tree Is That? is a • wonderful resource to help • people identify trees so that they • will be able to better appreciate • them," said John Rosenow, Chief • executive and founder of the • Arbor Day Foundation. "The • educational mission of the Arbor • Day Foundation is to help people • enjoy and appreciate trees, and • • we feel our pocket field guide • THE HANGOVER it ] • will do just that." • DALLY: 12:10 • 9:40 PM J • What Tree Is That? is also • • ALL STADIUM SEATING AUDITORIUMS available as an online interactive • ..... G ..... 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