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"Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, July 27, 2017 iVirg Education Southwest Regional Adult Education instruc- ;tors incorporate the :~Virginia Education Wizard into their curriculum each ?.~rogram year. The Wizard .,~s a one-stop online resource that helps students walk through the front door • to postsecondary education • and on to high-paying and in-demand careers. Virginia Education !iWizard users can take ,: assessments to find careers i that match their interests, values, and skills. The interest assessment will help individuals identify ,their strongest work-relat- 2ed interests, which can help **them decide what careers *t~ o explore. The values ~assessment helps persons rank the things that are most important to them in a ~job. The skills assessment ~is designed to help individ- ~,uals identify their skill sets =and explore careers that *,match their strengths. Users can then explore specific occupations and get real-time details about ~" the demand and local salaries for those occupa- tions. Users can also pre- pare for jobs by building a resume and receiving tips for successful interviews. The resume builder can help individuals create resumes which will high- light their education, skills, and backgrounds all through an easy step-by- step process. The Wizard allows users to search for colleges and universities across Virginia. It identifies the twenty-three Virginia com- munity colleges and allows users to search for key information about their programs and courses. Users are also able to view college calendars. The Wizard can also help individuals prepare for college admission exams. It offers practice tests for the SAT, ACT, ASVAB, GED® and com- munity college placement tests. Users can compare col- lege costs, get assistance in applying for financial aid, and search for scholar- ships. The site also helps users understand various forms of financial aid and understand how to success- fully save and pay for col- lege. The Wizard outlines pathways to four-year degrees, including guaran- teed admission to more than twenty Virginia uni- versities. The Wizard also helps plan, track, and prompt necessary steps for an easy transfer. For more information about using the Virginia Education Wizard, contact Southwest Regional Adult Education at 889-5424, or call toll-free at 866-581- 9935. GED® is a registered trademark of the American Council on Education. Used under license. Reciper by Mildred Helbert :: SWISS BROCCOLI ': CASSEROLE .... 2-10 oz. packages i frozen broccoli spears, cooked and drained 3 hard-boiled eggs, sliced 2 cups French-fried onion tings 1/2 cup shredded swiss cheese 1 can cream of celery soup 2/3 cup milk Arrange broccoli in a ~shallow-baking dish. Layer the eggs, 1 cup of onion 'rings and then the cheese over the broccoli. Combine the soup and milk, mixing 'well. Pour this over the ,cheese and bake 350 -degrees for 25 minutes. -Top with the remaining onion rings and bake 5 • minutes longer. HAWAIIAN CHICKEN SALAD 4 cups cubed cooked , ~hicken breasts 2 cups diced celery 1 cup mayonnaise 1 cup sliced almonds 2-11 oz. cans mandarin oranges, drained 1-20 oz can pineapple tidbits, drained 1 lb. seedless green grapes, cut in half Combine chicken, cel- ery, mayonnaise and almonds and mix well. Gently fold in oranges, pineapples and grapes. Serve on croissants. RHUBARB COBBLER PIE 4 cups rhubarb, cut up 1 (3 oz.) box strawberry jello 1 stick butter 1 cup sugar Melt butter in large pan. Spread rhubarb evenly over butter. Sprinkle jello over rhubarb. In a large mixing bowl Combine: 1 tsp. baking powder 1 cup sugar 1 cup milk 1 cup flour pinch of salt Mix all ingredients and pour slowly over rhubarb. Pour 3/4 cup cold water over flour mixture. Bake 350 degrees for 45 min- utes. This gels as it cools. Good with ice cream or Cool Whip. CRUNCHY NEW POTATOES 12 new red or white potatoes Cook in boiling water until tender. Drain the pota- toes and let cool slightly, then peel them. Mix together: 1-0.4 oz. package Hidden Valley original ranch buttermilk dressing mix 2 cups crushed corn flakes in a bowl Dip potatoes in 1 stick of melted butter, then roll them in the cornflake mix- ture. Place in a greased baking dish and bfike 400 degrees for 20 to 25 min- utes or until golden brown. Items of interest... Extension to offer Wildlife Educational Series. Extension will be offering the following Wildlife Educational Series. Pre-register by contacting Phil Meeks (276-328-6194 or pmeeks@ vt.edu). Thursday, August 3 - Wildlife Habitat Improvement - Andy Rosenberger, Private Lands Biologist, Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries Thursday, September 7 - Waterfowl in Wise County. Castlewood High School Class of 1967 will be celebrating their 50th class reunion on August 5, at the Bonanza Steakhouse in Lebanon, at 5:30 p.m. For more information, contact Linda Taylor Dingus sweetchef@hot- mail.com DANTE ANNUAL REUNION August 12 starting at 10am- 6pm.Bring a covered dish. Performances on stage all day. Games for children. Gifts for children and adults. Everyone welcome. Castlewood High School Reunion July 29th at 5:00 p.m.at the Food Bank beside St. Paul Builders. Pot luck. bin means eve ryt That's why I am proud to be here to help life go right! Cathy Mays,Agent 18948 US Hwy 58 Castlewood, VA 24224 276-762-7251 pies Compliments Pastor Jessie M. Jones 762-7963 Bad leadership in Washington Well, we will all have to agree that our country is in bad shape. And I personal- ly think that it's because of bad leadership in Washington, D.C. One will say, "I belong to the Green Party and it's right." Another will say, "I'm Independent and that's right." The other, "I'm Republican and we're right." The other one, "I'm Democrat and we're fight." Well, the Bible says, "How can two walk togeth- er except they agree?" Therefore, they need to lay politics aside for the next four years and say, "We're going to do all that we can for our country." The Bible said, "They set down to eat and drink and they rose up to play." It appears to me that is what's going on with our country today. They are acting like a room full of children with a few spoiled brats in the bunch. Even our President needs to quit Twitter and get down to business. And he needs to be backed by some people who's got some down to earth horse sense. I think we live in the greatest country under Heaven and it was estab- lished on" the Word of God. And do we evermore need to come back there. The Bible teaches that every nation that forgets God will surely be tuned into Hell. Now, let's look at the other side of the picture and there's more behind the picture besides the wall. The Christian people today are scattered like a flock of sheep without a shepherd. Our churches need a revival, not a week or two's meeting. I think I have an answer for a revival. But somewhat, like the politicians, some will say, "I'm Methodist and we're right." Others, "I'm Catholic and we're right." Others, I'm Baptist and we're right." Others, "I'm Holiness and we're right." And that list could go on for over 3,000 denomina- tions. We need to put all that mumbo-jumbo aside and say, "I am a Christian." And we as Christians need each other for our church world is falling apart just like our country. Why? Because of some bad leadership. I tell folks that wherever you can get just a crumb from the Master's table in this present time that we live in, you go there. Recently, someone asked me a question, "Are you a Free Will7" I said, "No, I'm a who- so-ever-will." Prevent Cancer Foundation reaches underserved rural communities The Prevent Cancer Foundation® partners with Remote Area Medical to reach rural communities with mes- sage of cancer preven- tion, early detection. Each year, the Rural Area Medical (RAM) event in Wise, Virginia sees thousands of local cit- izens for their health care needs. This year, visitors to the event on July 21 and 22 walked away~ with impor- tant information about can- cer prev6ri60n / and ' early detection from the Prevent Cancer Foundation®. The Foundation attend- ed this year's RAM event with the Prevent Cancer Super Colon®, an interac- tive education tool that car- ries the message colorectal cancer is preventable, treatable and beatable. This walk-through inflatable colon gave visitors a close- up look at healthy colon tissue, tissue with non- malignant colorectal dis- ease (like Crohn's and coli- tis), colorectal polyps and various stages of colorectal cancer. Thousands walk through the Prevent Cancer Super Colon® each year and leave with information on screening options for colorectal cancer to pre- vent the disease or detect it early, when successful treatment is more likely. The Foundation is com- mitted to tackling health disparities to advance its mission: saving lives across all populations through cancer prevention and early detection. Most of the visitors to the RAM event do not have regular access to medical care. In fact, this region of Virginia lies in the heart of the most economically distressed region of the United States, and thousands of visitors rely on this no-cost clinic for all of their health care needs. "Remote Area Medical, founded by StaR Brock, is delivering medical care where it is most needed," said Rep. Morgan Griffith (VA-9). "Each year, the dedicated volunteers at the RAM event in Wise County serve an over- whelming amount of patients. While it is unfor- tunate to see so many folks in need of medical care, the Prevent Cancer Foundation and other organizations joining the doctors, den- tists, nurses and medical students are making a dif- ference in patient lives and are to be commended. The spirit of this event is a true reflection of American compassion and service." For more information about the RAM event or the Prevent Cancer Super Colon®, please contact Lisa Berry at 703-519- 2107 or Lisa.Berry@pre- ventcancer.org. About The Prevent Cancer Foundation® The Prevent Cancer Foundation® is one of the nation's leading voluntary health organizations and the only U.S. nonprofit focused solely on cancer prevention and early detec- tion. Founded in 1985, it has catapulted cancer pre- vention to prominence and fulfills its mission through research, education, out- reach and advocacy across the country. 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