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: SPHS CLASS OF 1954...Members of the St. Paul High School Class of 1954 : who attended the 59th class reunion, July 13th at Romano's Restaurant were (left to right) Doris Ann Talbert Conger, Ohio; Evelyn Holbrook Hall, Dry Fork; :i Leon Kennedy, Ervington, Virginia; Shelley Brooks Lawson, Tennessee; and : Loretta Brooks Hall Dry Fork. Artwork of Barbara Bell CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, August 8, 2013 Page 5 Arty Lee High School Reunion by Roy Mabry Well, it's been a long time coming but the students who attended and graduated from Arty Lee High held their first school reunion in Johnson City, Tennessee on Friday and Saturday, July 26 and 27. It truly was a blast from the past to reunite with some of those who had not been together for over half a century. Arty Lee High was the only all black Tree identification booklet from Arbor Day Foundation The Arbor Day Foundation has a booklet that helps people identify trees in a simple, step- by-step prQcess. The booklet, What Tree Is That?, is available for a $5 donation to the nonprofit tree-planting organization. What Tree Is That.9 is a fun, easy-to-use tree identification guide that features hand-drawn botanical illustrations highlight- ing the distinctive characteristics of many tree species. Nature lovers and profess- ional arborists alike have called this pocket field guide one of the most user-friendly resources to have. Its beautiful, full-color illustrations are in precise detail to depict natural colors, shapes, and textures, so users can make a positive species identification in just a'few easy steps. The Arbor Day Foundation offers this booklet to help people identify trees in Virginia and throughout the Eastern and Can- tral regions of the United States. What Tree Is That? uses a unique elemefitary and high school in Russell County and was built in 1955. My understanding the name was derived from Mr. Art[mus Foster and a Mr. Lee. Before the school was built, the grade school students attended school in the African American churches from grade 1-7'. Then they would go to Bluefield, West Virginia or Rogersville, Ten- nessee to a boarding school to finish high school In 1964 due to the passing of the Civil Rights Act brought about changes in the school systems that brought about the end of Arty Lee as a high school and it's new beginning as a integrated elementary school. The reunion was highly enjoyed by all walks of life. We were especially grateful to have at least four of our teachers present to help celebrate this over due reunion POT ROAST I lb. red potatoes, quartered I cup fresh baby carrots 1 beef chuck roast 1/, cup Dijon mustard 2 tsp. dried rosemary, crushed 1 tsp. garlic salt tsp. dried thyme tsp. pepper 1/3 cup chopped onion 1 cups beefbroth Place potatoes and carrots in a slow cooker. Cut roast in half. In a small bowl, combine the mustard, rosemary, garlic sail thyme and pepper; rub over roast. Place in slov cooker; top with onion and roth. Cover cooker andcook on low 6-8 hours or until meat and vegetables are tender. VEGGIE SPIRAL SALAD step-by-step approach to identify 1 cup tri-color spiral pasta the species of each tree. The cup chopped seeded booklet explains what to look for cucumber in the shape of the leaves and differences in the leaf stems and twig structures, specifics on the fruits.and flpwers, and the details cup thinly sliced celery cup chopped red onion cup chopped tomatoes cup sliced radishes cup sliced ripe olives, drained cup shredded Swiss cheese 1/8 teas. garlic powder 1/8 teas. pepper 1 tbsp. Italian salad dressing mix 2 tbsp. plus 1 teas. cider vinegar 2 tbsp. olive oil Cook pasta, drain. Combine of buds and bark. "Our What Tree Is That? pocket brochure is an ideal resource to help people develop a greater appreciation for trees," John Rosenow, chief said executive and founder of the Arbor Day Foundation. "The Arbor Day Foundation strives to Barbara Bell exhibits artwork at SWCChelp peple enjy and appreciate trees, and we feel our pocket . . . field guide will do jus that. Southwest Virginia Corn- ed artist, Devi Anne Moore, and pass this on to the vtewer ........ , ..... munity College presents a new from Chesapeake for fifteen Bell combines her spirituality .lo .ooram,a tree laenutlcatmn ,, guloe in 11111 Color, sena your art exhibit from July 29-August years She has also attended with her artwork and is always ...... a oaa.e .... a t5 for " " ,, ' i ul f cr i H" ' ................. 26. 3he Peace of Wild Thmg.s many other workshops taught by m ndf o God's, eat on. of IS each ,uide to What Tree Is That?., oy ~aroara tJell, utilizes the "reCessional artists She enjoys oeauurul worm. ~ne is,con- __ ........ 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Those locations are in Lee County at the JonesviUe Adult Learning Center on Tuesday and Thursday from 9 am until noon. In Scott County at the Gate City Learning Center on 'Tuesday and Wednesday from 9' am until noon. In Wise County at the Wise Adult Learning Center on Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30 pm until 8:30 pro. For more information 877 RACE 2 (877.722.3243) or go cucumber, celery, onion, rad- ishes, tomatoes, olives, cheese, garlic powder and pepper. Stir in pasta. In a small bowl, whisk dressing mix, vinegar, and oil. Drizzle over salad and toss to coat. STRAWBERRY CHICKEN SALAD 5 cups spring mixed salad greens 2 cups cubed cooked chicken 1 % cups fresh sliced strawberries '2 tried, kiwi fruit, peeled and chopped 1 apple, chopped cup crumbled blue cheese 1/3 cup poppy seed salad dressing Combine first six ingred- ients: Drizzle with dressing; toss to coat. 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