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. o Page4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, August 9, 2012 SCC's Bureau of Insurance advises consumers regarding the use of credit information in insurance underwriting and rating Insurance companies look at many factors when determining whether to issue a policy and how much that policy will cost. Whether shopping for home- owners or auto insurance, many people may not realize that their use of credit may affect how much they pay for insurance or whether they can even obtain coverage. In Virginia and many other states, insurance companies may use a person's credit information in the insurance underwriting and rating process. Some insur- ance companies may charge higher premiums or refuse to is- verse action based on your credit report once every 12 months information, it must tell you the from each of the three- ha- reason for its decision or advise you that you have the right to obtain the reason. An adverse action includes not receiving the insurance company's most fav- orable rate or having the in- surance coverage denied or terminated as a result of your credit information. Ask your insurance company if your credit information was used to under- write and rate your policy and how this affected your policy The Bureau reminds con- sumers to check their credit reports periodically for accuracy tionwide consumer credit report- ing companies - Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. For additional information about how your credit infor- mation can affect your insurance policy, contact your insurance company or agent. The Bureau of Insurance can answer ques- tions about insurance coverage for your home, auto or any other insurance-related questions you may have. It also offers num- erous free publications about various insurance-related topics alization Commission, the Vir- ginia Commission for the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts. 'Round the Mountain's mis- sion is to promote sustainable economic development of the region'scommunities by assisting local artisans with marketing, educational, and Dante Reunion is August 11 Ruff. Counseling sessions are alism and anthropology, and his entrepreneurial opportunities. available on request. To register B.A. in folk studies, from The 'Round the Mountain The annual Dante Reunion Department, will begin about 6 rx or,- 1 for a session or to request more Western Kentucky University, service area includes Bland, UlllClal information, please call Neva Bowling Green, Ky. Buchanan, Carroll, Dickenson, will be held Saturday, August p.m. . Bryan at 276-492-2403 or emaii Counseling sessions for Floyd, Franklin, Giles, Grayson, 11, beginning at 10 a.m. The Reunion is sponsored by " r,' pt-lpga Tgacf educationcoordinator(a3,roundthe residents of other counties are Lee, Montgomery, Patrick, . A Street Dance, sponsored by the Dante Lives On Committee. xx at, .t ot, - available. Please contact Neva Pulaski, Russell, Scott, Smyth, the Dante Volunteer Fire Everyone is welcome! 1 1 Counseling is made possible Bryan for information about Tazewell, Washington, Wise and on-demand through a partnership between alternative sessions. Wythe counties, and the cities of iSuccesstul Slow Cooking at .he t eg,ona, Aault Edu 'Round the Mountain and the This serviceissupportedby Bristol, Galax, Norton and . 7 Mountain Empire SBDC. Stuart a Mountain Empire Community Radford. cation Program or Lee, cott & . - - : the SVTDC on August 14 ohoo, wi, o er. . the Official Practice Test (OPT) I I I CVTimes Deadlines: I : The Southwest Virginia all about slow cooking from new on-demand at any of our summer ]/1 1 -- --J, - a dI a ] [ - i :Technology Development Center recipes to tips and ideas for classes. Those locations are in [ P' I I I=QIl[] : in Lebanon will offer Successful getting the maximum use from Lee County at the Jonesville I - I' Ilblrl clavs. annlversanos. Dressl Slow Cooking on Tuesday, Aug- slow cookers. This class is Adult Learning Center on I /, Hd, Ad/4d/a I 1' iSle'uses.calendar I ust 14 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. offered in partnership with the Tuesday and Thursday from 9 am [ r " "7 " --" - " ' -" -",I att. ' I as part of the Center's Live it Virginia Cooperative Extension. until noon. In Scott County at the n I Gate City Learning Center on . 4p m Monday ! " programs. The cost for the class is $15. Tuesdm, and Wednesda, from9 BUTTERNUT SQUASH on,on, egg, brown sugar, salt and [ 4 p.m. Monday Slow cookers can help busy Pre-registration is required and am until noon In Wise -unn, at 1 butternut squash, peeled, pepper. Pour the mixture into a 2 'l Aavertlslng seeded and cubed qt baking dish In a medmm classified and dsplay) families save time and money, seating in the class is limited, the Wise Adult Learning"Cen':ter . . ". " . " .J (dass' l and display) Slow cookers consume less ener- For more information or to on Tuesday and Thursday from P Y " [ 12 noon Tuesday cu ma onnmse bowl, mnx together crackers, par Tuesda ; gy than ovens and many recipes register, call 276-889-8180 or 5:30 pm until 8:30 pm. cup finely chopped onion mesan cheese and butter. Sprin- = - use less expensive cuts of meat- visit the website at For more information call 1 egg, lightly beaten kle over the squash mixture. without sacrificing flavor. Learn w 877 RACE 2 GED 1 teaspoon brown su ar Bake 350* for 35 to 45 minutes, - [ Subscribe today to the Clinch Valley Times I"722"3243) or go to salt andcu;Oenoer tO crushedtaste saltine until topping is lightly brown.UllllflllaA'- 5llin "': 1 " call 762-7671 i crackers BLUEBERRY DREAM PIE : t=di.m Thqtres': I am c " - "-- - - f" 2 tbsp. grated parmesan grah racker pie crust an=n . / Arl,- rH,4a cheese 3 bananas Movie Hotline ,IIP*IIPq oL. 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I Call for a FREE phone consultation = DOGDAYS PG i I with Dr Armstrong,Optometrist "~1~ ~ ~ ~ c,)ul l ." ~i FRI-SAI-SUN-MON:10:30 PM I onic. in: Roanoke, Charlottesville, Hardsonburg, Wytheville I -- -- : ~ AI~d-IAM LINCOLN- i I?!Phone: 889-1380 Fax. 889-1388 !,rim nerel . ~ v u.~a ]!! I ~ ~ FRI-SAT-SUN-MON: I~ I . ~ 12:00 MIDNIGHT li n :~~~,:, Gina Wohlford, Principal of Copper Creek Elementary School, faculty and staff invite you to attend "Meet the Teacher Night" on August 14 from 4-6 pm at Copper Creek Elementary School. The first day of school will be August 16. announces "Meet the Teacher" Copper Creek Elementary School Cake Walk on Norton to register for a free one- on-one business counseling ses- sion. This confidential coun- A + seling is designed to help arts u ust 10 and san business owners and A Cake Walk will be held on potential business owners cult - Friday, August 10 at the Dante vate necessary skills to achieve Community Center beginning at business goals. It is also ideal for 7:00 p.m. galleries, retail shops, musicians, Music will be provided by DJ and other creative businesses. 10 years as a photojournalist, he worked for newspapers and freelance clients across the country. His previous work for nonprofits focused on economic development, marketing, public relations and fundraising. Burrili also served as a Curator for a nonprofit organization. He re- ceived his B.A, in photojourn- College SBDC Jobs Act Program grant. 'Round the Mountain is also supported, in part, by the Ap- palachian Regiomil Commission, the Virginia Tobacco Indemni- fication and Community Revit- Gina Wohlford, Principal of Castlewood Elementary School, faculty and staff invite you to attend "Meet the Teacher Night" on August 15 from 4-6 pm at Castlewood Elementary School. The first day of school will be August 16. Castlewood Elementary School announces "Meet the Teacher" ID Program beginning at 10:00 assist in this program which is a.m. in the Dante C nmunity free to the public. All parents are encouraged to (SBDC) and 'Round the Mou- service. He has worked with attend to meet their children's ntain: Southwest Virginia'sartists and arts organizations and Artisan Network invite residents has experience in small business teachers and the new SPES of Dickenson, Lee, Scott and counseling. He is a photographer principal, Jody Evans. Wise counties and the City of and an entrepreneur. During his SPES Aug. 15 One,on-One Business Counseling St. Paul Elementary School -Free Sessions Address the Business Needs of Creative Entrepreneurs in the City of Norton, will host an Open House on and Dickenson, Lee, Scott and Wise counties- Wednesday, August 15, the day The Mountain Empire Small Burrill, an SBDC business before school starts for students. Business Development Center counselor, will provide the including a brochure that VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Fort Gibson United Methodist Church hosted sue a new insurance policy sole- and to report any errors to the explores the impact of credit on . ly on the basis of unfavorable credit reporting company to your autoand homeoWners Vacation Bible School in mid-July. St. Paul UMC also participated in the annual credit information, have them corrected. To obtain a insurance. For additional r However, insurers in Virginia free copy of your credit report, information, contact the Bureau : :event. may not nonrenew existing poll- visit toll-free at 1-877-310-6560 or cies solely on the basis of your or by emafl at :iChild Identification program Open House at credit information. Virginia law call 1-877-322-8228. Under Bureauoflnsurance(&,scc.virginia requires that any time your in- federal law, consumers are en- or visit its-website at The 47 Masonic District will Center on Saturday, August 11. provide a comprehensive Child Clinch Valley #152 dES will surance company takes an ad- titled to obtain a free credit 321-2030 Dr. David L. Armstrong