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V Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, July 25, 2013 C :. v " :- WELL ON THE WAY...If you have driven down by the A.R. Matthews Park, you have seen the new playground equipment being installed. Hopefully by the first week of August it will be completed, weather permitting. Artwork of Barbara Bell Barbara Bell exhibits artwork at SWCC Southwest Virginia Com- munity College presents a new art exhibit from July 29-August 26. "The Peace of Wild Things" by Barbara Bell, utilizes the poem by Wendell Berry (of the same title) as inspiration for this body of works. His poem in- spires peace and freedom from despair while in the presence of nature, as does Bell's pastoral landscapes filled with images of her beloved valley in Tanners- ville, Virginia. Bell inherited her creativity, love of animals, natures and the land from generations that came before her. She began painting during her early adulthood and studied with nationally renown- ,,; DESTINY SMITH,- 8 ,', years old, is a Star Reader at the J. Fred Matthews Library, reading over 50 books. ....... Hatteras Island Vacations Nearly 600 Vacation Homes Seashore. Oceanfront to Soundfront. Private Pools, Hot Tubs, Pets and more! Book Online ot HatterasRealty.corn 877-935-0573 : ed artist, Devi Anne Moore, from Chesapeake for fifteen years. She has also attended many other workshops taught by professional artists. She enjoys many mediums expressing vari- ous subjects from vibrant still- lifes, to landscapes, to "celebra- tions" of people and animals. It is her goal to translate some of the mysterious roman- ticism from our surroundings and pass this on to the viewer. Bell combines her spirituality with her artwork and is "always mindful of God's creation of His beautiful world." She is con- tinuously contemplating her surroundings and always sees a composition ready to be painted. For more information about this exhibit please contact Rhonda Whited at 276.964.7228 or ,. " ..... ~ .... ~ ~" .~, GETTING IT DONE...The town crew has been working hard, between thunderstorms, to get the new playground ready for many eager children who have been looking forward to the opening. Happy birthday TOPS tells how to fare well at summer fairs Kaden Blake Robinson, celebrated his sixth birthday The season of summer for controlling calories while favorite treat with a friend or ith his brother, Kaxton, and festivals is in full swing, still having fun at the fair. family member to reduce t mily and friends with a pool Whether it's the county fair or a Snack First - If you arecalories, fat, and sodium intake Happy birthday His birthday was June music festival, vendors are leaving foranall-day event, start and to keep portion sizes in dishing up food that's often your day with a healthy, protein- cheek. An added benefit: you'll 29th. Parents are Sharon Burke disastrous Kaxton Burke Robinson,Robinson and Hunter to healthy eating rich breakfast - for example, save yourselfa few dollars. celebrated" his first birthday Robinson. Grandparents are plans. Limit Drinking Your peanut butter on toast with fruit withand familyhiS bigandbrOther,friends Kaden,with a Dorothy and Bruce Burke Jr. Some of the unhealthiest fare and yogurt. If you're off to enjoy Calories - Alcoholic beverages pool parity. His birthday was and great grandparents are the at the fair is flied, included flied an evening concert, before you such as beer and wine coolers late Beatrice and Bruce Burke Snickers bars, deep-fried butter, go, snack on vegetables, low-fat can add an extra 100 to 150 June 26 . Parents are Sharon ST. " funnel cakes, and chocolate- cheese, nuts and fruit,calories per serving. Other Burke Robinson and Hunter covered bacon. With calorie Robinson. 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