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GOOD OLD DAYS...Picture of George Dingus and Margaret Addington. They are the parents of John L. Dingus who came from Scott Co. to St. Paul and was born on December 18, 1858. He was the youngest of 14 children and never married. Mary Ann Post remembers her mother speaking of him and that he was a prominent business man in St. Paul. George and Margaret are the great great great grandparents of Mary Ann Post and she would appreciate any information you may have on John Dingus. HOUSE of John L. Dingus' grandparents, Phillip Dingus and Nancy McConnell. i Recipesby M,00dra Hetb00 BLUEBERRY CRUMB PIE 1 cup sugar 1 (8 oz.) sour cream 3 tbsp. flour 1/8 teas. salt 4 cups fresh blueberries 1 unbaked pie shell 1 tbsp. sugar IA cup fine dry bread crumbs 1 tbsp. sugar 1 tbsp.'butter (melted) Combine first four ingred- ients. Place blueberries in pie shell. Sprinkle 1 tbsp. sugar and spread sour cream mixture. Combine bread crumbs, I tbsp. sugar and butter and sprinkle ov- er top. Bake 375 for 45-50 min- utes or until center of pie is firm. BAKED SWEET ONION DIP 16 oz. cream cheese, softened cup mayonnaise 2 cups fresh grated parmesan cheese 1 cup chopped sweet onions Combine cream cheese and mayonnaise in a bowl and mix well. Stir in the onion and parmesan cheese. Spoon into a baking dish and bake at 425 for 15 to 20 minutes or until brown and bubbly. Serve with assorted party crackers. GINGER ALE POUND CAKE cup Crisco shortening 3 cups all purpose flour 2 sticks butter f 5 eggs 2 cup sugar 3A cup ginger ale teas. salt 2 teas. vanilla 2 teas. lemon flavoring Beat butter and Crisco until fluffy. Add eggs, one at a time. Mix in sugar alternating between the two, add flour and ginger ale. Then add salt, vanilla and lemon flavoring. Continue beating for five minutes. Pour mixture into a bundt pan and bake 325 for 90 minutes (resist opening the oven door while baking) Remove cake and set on a wire rack until cooled. TOMATO PIE 1-9 inch pie shell, baked 5-6 medium tomatoes, peeled and sliced 2 tbsp. onion, finely chopped teas. salt teas. pepper 12 teas. basil sugar to taste 1 cup cheddar cheese, grated 'A to 3//4 cup mayonnaise Bake pie sh'elt. Put layers of tomato slices in the bottom. Top with seasoning. Add another lay- er of tomatoes. Mix cheese with mayonnaise until spreading con- sistency. Spread over tomatoes. Bake 350 for 20 to 25 minutes or until golden brown. Let pie stand about 5 minutes before serving. Gluten Sensitivity and Free Diet workshop August 7 Learn more about gluten and the foods that contain it in the Gluten Sensitivity and Gluten- Free Diet workshop on August 7 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center in Abingdon. Hosted by the University of Virginia's College at Wise Office of Economic Development, participants, in this workshop will learn about gluten sensi- tivity and its symptoms in both adults and children, the process of diagnosing gluten sensitivity, and the health issues that are directly related to gluten sensi- tivity. Instructor Rachel Rose will explain to participants how to begin a gluten-free diet includ- ing the foods that they can and Gluten- set for KIDS AND DOGS Friends for Lfe cannot eat and how to identify hidden gluten from ingredient lists. Rose will also discuss the results that those that have gluten sensitivity can expect to see from modifying their diet. ' Rachel Rose is the director of the Center for Student Develop- ment and a Licensed Profess- ional Counselor at the University of Virginia's College at Wise. Rose is certified with the Gluten Free Society. The cost of the workshop is $35 and includes materials and gluten-free refreshments. Enroll- ment is limited and pre-regist- ration is required. For more information on this workshop or to register, visit or call 276-889- 8180. July GED test & exam in 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 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 i' CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, July 18, 2013 Page 5 Food City and NASCAR Legend Richard Petty team up to benefit Paralyzed Veterans of America's Mission: ABLE Food City and seven time NASCAR Champion, Richard Petty have once again teamed up to benefit Paralyzed Veterans of America's Mission: ABLE pro- ject. For more than six decades, Paralyzed Veterans of America (Paralyze d Veterans) has been on a mission to change lives and build brighter futures for our seriously injured heroes. "If, there has been one partner that has really stepped up to help Paralyzed Veterans of America's Mission: ABLE pro- ject, it is Food City," said Petty. "They helped us raise a lot of money their first two years and our goal is to raise even more this year." The Mission: ABLE camp- a!.gn was designed to enlist Am- ericans - citizens, communities and corporations - to help en- sure our paralyzed heroes are provided the physical care needed to live a healthy life; receive the benefits they've earned through military service; Mark scuba diving off your open water dives. Those who complete the course will be certified by the Professional As- sociation of Diving Instructors (PADI) to dive to the depths of 18 meters/60 feet of water. The cost of the class will include PADI book and materials, scuba mask, snorkel, scuba boots and fins. An information session will be held on July 23 at 6:00 p.m. in Buchanan Hall room 100. For more information about Begin- ner Scuba Diving, contact Eliza- beth Honaker at 276.964.7322. bucket list Have you ever wanted to go scuba diving and discover a world beneath the waves? Well, now you can! Southwest Vir- ginia Community College's Cen- ter for Community, Workforce and Economic Solutions will be offering Beginner Scuba Diving. Class will be taught by Jerry Presley, certified diver since 1997 and certified instructor since 2001. In this course, students will learn basic principles of scuba diving by participating in class- room iristruction, pool dives, and UVa-Wise offers Microsoft Office 2010 Project The University of Virginia's ductivity as a project manager or professional. Participants will learn about several technical aspects of Mic- rosoft Project 2010, as well as further explore advantages that the software provides. With suc- cessful completion of this pro- gram, participants will be qual- ified to sit for the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) exam for Project 2010.The cost of this course is $799 which includes materials, refreshments and lunch. For more information about this program, please contact UVa-Wise Office of Economic Development at 276.889.8180 or visit the website HR Certification Preparation class begins September 9 The University of Virginia's responsibilities, and associated College at Wise Office of Eco- nomic Development will offer Microsoft Office 2010 Project in a three-day series on August 26, 27 and 28 at the Southwest Vir- ginia Technology Development. Center in Lebanon. The course will be held from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. This three-day course will help familiarize participants with .... Microsoft Project 2010, a widely used and respected project management software. Microsoft Project 2010 al- lows users to organize reports, develop plans, assign resources to tasks, track progress and manage budgets. This course will teach participants how to increase effectiveness and pro- College at Wise will offer an HR Certification Preparation class beginning September 9 and run- ning through October 17. The six-week course will meet on Monday and Thursday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm at the South- west Virginia Technology Devel- opment Center in Lebanon. The course is offered in cooperation with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as preparation for the Professional in Human Resour- ces (PHR) and Senior Profess- ional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification examina- tions administered by the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). Participants will get a complete overview of key areas in human resource management. The SHRM Learning System includes six modules that corre- spond to six functional areas, knowledge as defined by the HRCI. Instructor Amy Kestner has nearly 20 years of experience as an HR professional. She works with the Virginia Department of Transportation Bristol District Office, where she manages the recruitment activities for the div- ision, as well as classification and employee relations. She is an active trainer and has been a certified human resources pro- fessional (PHR) since 2003 and is a professional member of the national SHRM organization. The tuition for the class is $1,099, which includes materials and refreshments. Registration deadline for the program is August 28. For more information or to register for the class, go to or call 276.889.8180. and obtain job training and opportunities for new and fulfilling careers. "Thanks to our loyal custom- mers, last year's campaign was a huge success, raising $200,000 to benefit Paralyzed Veterans of America," said Steven C. Smith, president and chief executive officer. "We're proud to have another opportunity to team with Richard Petty and Mission Able in SUVVOrt of such a worthy cause." The campaign, which will be featured throughout the com- any's retail supermarket chain, egan July 7 and will continue through August 24. Customers wishing to make a contribution simply need to select the desired dollar amount - $1, $3 or $5 and it will be conveniently added to their order total. 100% of the donations collected will remain local and benefit Paralyzed Veterafis within the region. "Our partnership with Food City is what our Mission: ABLE campaign is all about - enlisting all Americans to help our paralyzed heroes fully live the lives they deserve and to receive what they need most: care, benefits and jobs," said Bill Lawson, National President of Paralyzed Veterans. "Thank you Food City for your outstanding fund-raising efforts in support of Paralyzed Veterans of America's mission to change lives and build brighter futures for all those brave men and women who have served and sacrificed for freedom." Paralyzed Veterans was founded by a band of service members who came home from World War II with a spinal cord I i injury, They returned to a grate- ful nation, but also to a world with few solutions to the chal- lenges they faced. They created. Paralyzed Veterans of America, an organization dedicated to veterans' service, medical re, search and civil rights for people with disabilities. Today, the work continues to create an America where all veterans and. people with disabilities and their families have everything they need to live full and productive lives. More than 44,000 American veterans live with paralysis. Spinal cord injuries can cost up to $3 million per person in health-care expenses, yet veterans' benefits aren't always guaranteed. An estimated $25 billion in veterans' benefits dollars go unclaimed every year. More than 85% of veterans with severe disabilities are currently unemployed. Paralyzed Veterans' Mission: ABLE programs ensure they are able tO receive the benefits they've earned, able to access the quality care they need to live a full life, able to get the job training and opportunities for new careers and able to enjoy competition and camaraderie through sports.i For more information on Paralyzed Veterans of America or Mission: ABLE, visit their website at www.mission  Headquartered in Abingdon,i Virginia, K-VA-T Food Stores,: Inc. currently operates 106 retail food outlets in the tri-state regions of Southeast Kentucky, Southwest Virginia and/ Northeast Tennessee. Don't exceed the speed limit! Be especially careful at intersections which have no traffic lights!ObserVe stop signs! i I I . l-Rated HIS Rated 80,000 Hile Ireadwenr q-Rib Ill-Season Protection Limited Harronty lreod Design TRI-COUNTY TIRE SERVICE, INc. (276)762-9501 or (276) 762-9591 15618 East Riverside Ilrive Hondoy- Frid R o.m.- 5 p.m. St. Paul, 1 242115 Saturday 8 o.m.- 1 p.m. "Elvis in town" Austin Irvy nationally known Elvis impersonator , ( at Ma & Pa's Fri., July 19, 7 pm Call for tickets, $10, 762-7533 reserved seating or buy ticket on Friday (Drive thru open only) The AKC ' reminds parents to tach their c.h Idre 1 how t6 I befiave around dogs. Children ,' who teern to treat a dog with care and respect will be safer and more confident around their canine pals. For rnore information about safety around dogs, visit: i www , July 3 July 17 July 31 Come join us for fun filled days of food, books, and fellowship!! )raw at: