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Customers of Greear Bros. & Hurt, 1920 Annual Dante Reunion 8/11 The annual Dante Reunion will be held on Saturday, August 11 beginning at 10:00 a.m. on the vacant lot across from the Post Office. This event is sponsored by the Dante Lives On Committee. Everyone is welcome to attend! Area reunions v 2It C : 'ALEEY TIMES;'S{ ?Paul,VA, Thursday,"July 26' :20iz Page5 BLEVINS REUNION The Blevins Reunion will be held July 28 at the Eastern Star Building (old Coca-Cola build- ing) Bring a covered dish and drink. Everyone welcome! Plea- se try to come! Contact Hazel Kennedy 276-762-7565 or Myrtle Porter 276-762-7817. HELBERT REUNION Descendants of Thomas Blaine Helbert, Sarah Ellen Hawkins Helbert family and friends are invited to the Helbert Reunion on Sunday, July 29 from 11 am until 4 pro. It will be held at the N.C. Meade Mem- orial Picnic Shelter across from Copper Creek School at Dick- ensonville. Bring a covered dish, any old photos and old records that you would like to show the family. Everyone is welcome. CHS CLASS OF 1972 Save the date Friday, August 31 for the Class of 1972 Castlewood High School 40 year reunion. Please send email with contact information to or via U.S. mail to Attn: Brenda Woods Kiser, P.O. Box 16489, Bristol, VA 24209-6489 or call 1-800- 336-4062. SILCOX REUNION The descendents of Joseph and Laura Ball Silcox, Monroe and Alice Silcox and Ambrose and Zilphia Counts Silcox and related families will gather for the ITh annual reunion Septem- ber 8 at the Dickenson County Career Center (Clinchco Voca- tional School). Beginning at 10:30 am. Please bring a covered dish and join the fun. For more information call Reba at 276- 395-2725. Castlewood High School Class , : of 1992 Class Reunion " The Castlewood High School RSVP with payment made Class of 1992 Reunion will be payable to Christine Wright, 489 held on Saturday, September 1, Courthouse Estates, Castlewood, VA 24224, by August 1. Classmates are asked to bring lawn chairs, ball gloves, bats, games and extra drinks. For more information, contact Christine Wright at 276- 791-2139 or Nikki Hicks at 276- at Castlewood High School be- ginning at 12:00 p.m. A BBQ lunch will be catered by Dominion BBQ and Catering with a cost of $15.00 per adults, $11.20 for children (six to twelve years of age) and children five and under free. Please 356-3969. i r 2/ OI '~" Recip. by MiUred BROCCOLI DIP 2 cups chopped broccoli 1 cup sour cream 1 cup mayonnaise 4 tbsp. chopped onion 4 tbsp. chopped green pepper cup shredded cheddar cheese cup Parmesan cheese 2 cloves garlic tortilla chips Mix broccoli, sour cream, mayonnaise, onion, pepper, shredded cheese and Parmesan cheese. Make sure the mixture is mixed well. Put in baking dish. Bake 350 for 30 minutes. Put more Parmesan cheese on top while hot. 7'" :i ALMOND JOY CAKE . MARBLED CHOCOLATE BARS 1 box German chocolate cake mix 8 oz. softened cream cheese cup sugar % cup chocolate chips, divided Prepare cake. Pour into greased 15xl0xl inch baking pan. In a bowl,' beat cream cheese and sugar. Stir in cup chips. Drop by tablespoonful over batter. Cut through batter with a knife to swirl cream cheese mixture. Sprinkle with remaining chips. Bake 350 for 25 to 30 minutes. Cool and cut into squares. 1 devil's food cake mix ; 20 lg. marshmallows 1 1 oz. coconut --- 1 cup cream ii. 1 cup sugar 1 cup chopped almonds 1 can chocolate frosting Bake cake according to instructions on box. Pour into 2 round cake pans. While cake is cooling, heat milk, sugar and marshmallows in saucepan until marshmallows melt. Add coconut and almonds Spread mixture on top of bottom cake layer. Top with other layer frost entire cake with chocolate frosting. HOMINY SURPRISE " 1 lg. can hominy, drained 4 tbsp. butter 3 tbsp. flour 1 cup milk tsp. salt ' ; dash pepper i 1 egg, beaten ' - 2/3 cup diced cheese 1 tbsp. pimento Blend butter, flour, add milk, salt, pepper and egg. Cook over medium heat until thickened. Remove from heat, add hominy and cheese. Pour into greased casserole dish, sprinkle with pimento pieces and cheese. Bake 350 for 40 minutes. T-Rated 80,000 Hile Treadweor Protection Limited Hotronty' TRI-COUNTY TIRE ,~ i, (276)762-9501 or (276) 762-9591 : 16618 lost Riverside Drive St. Paul. VA N21t3 Set=day O u-1 lint -A young man looks Out the window of the St. Paul National Bank in 1920 Practical Business Tips for Artisans at local workshop 'Round the Mountain: Southwest Virginia's Artisan Network invites the public to attend a free three-hour work- strop entitled Practical Business Tips for Artisans. The event takes place August 20 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Russell County Public Library, 248 West Main Street, Lebanon. Seating is limited and pre- registration is required. To register, please call Bryan at 276-492-2403 or email no later than August 13. This workshop is designed to educate artisans, galleries, craft- ers, and other creative entre- preneurs, but is it open to the interested public. The workshop will feature sessions that address the following topics: marketing, social media and pricing your work. The program is presented by 'Round the Mountain in part- nership with the Virginia Tour- ism Corporation and People Incorporated. It is made possible through support from a South- west Virginia Community Col- lege Small Business Develop- ment Center Jobs Act Program grant. 'Round the Mountain is also supported, in part, by the Appalachian Regional Commis- sion, the Virginia Tobacco In- demnification and Community Revitalization Commission, the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endow- ment for the Arts. The following professionals are scheduled to appear: Kitty Barker, partnership marketing development specialist, Virginia Tourism Corporation; Cindy Green, training manager, People Incorporated Financial Services; and Neva Bryan, education coor- dinator, 'Round the Mountain. 'Round the Mountain's mis- sion is to promote sustainable economic development of the re- gion's communities by assisting local artisans with marketing, educational and entrepreneurial opportunities. t Hetp for people with Macular Degeneration Find out if special grasses can help you see better. Call for a FREE phone consultation with Dr.Armstrong, Optometrist Offices in: Roanoke, Chadotlesville, Harrisonburg, Wytheville t Obama paying utility bills scam alert issued The Virginia Association of Area Agencies on Aging Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) Program would like to warn local students in Virginia about a seam in- volving utility bills and a special federal government assistance program. There is no such utility payment assistance program. This seam has affected older residents in the Eastern Shore region of Virginia, and thousands of complaints are being reported nationally. Criminals are persuading vic- tims that a special federal gov- ernment assistance program - sometimes described as a bailout authorized by President Obama's administration - is available to pay their utility bills. Victims are given a bank account and routing numbers to use when paying their bills online, but only after they have surrendered their Soc- ial Security numbers and per- sonal information. 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