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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, August 9, 2012 UVa-Wise to event was directed UK's Head Football Coach Joker Phillips. offer PMP certification preparation Bonaventure Championship Results of Lake Bonaventure Third Flight - 1. Rick Pres-' Country Club's Club Champion- ship held July 29 thin August 5. Championship Flight- !. Dylan Allen 2. Caleb Robinette 3. Kenny Bostic First Flight - 1. Jeff Grizzel 2. Derek Allen course Second Flight - '1. Joe Sal- The University of Virginia's yers 2. Nelson Hayes 3. Harry College at Wise is offering pro- Ervin fessionals an opportunity to take Ar*.~ .ll .qr ~- e advantage of the Project Mana- urtrloVlrglnla Icy 2. Ike Turner Senior Division - Champion- ship Flight 1. Chuck Greever 2. Dave Varney First Flight- 1. Johnny Hess 2. Larry Austin Medalist Honors - Kenny Bostic Senior Division - Larry McReynolds offers tips to gement Professional certifica- tion preparation course begin-prevent injuries as youth athletes ning August 27 through 31 at the Southwest Virginia Technology prepare for fall sports Development Center in Leb- kids want to jump right in. A Today, it is estimated that 30 anon. The five-day certification million U.S. children participate in organized sports. Unfort- preparation course is designed to unately every year a growing introduce participants to the con-number need medical care for cepts of Project Management as sports injuries. defined by the Project Mana- Dr. Jody Smith, orthopedic gement Institute, the accredita- surgeon, specializing in sports tion bod2 for project manage- medicine at OrthoVirginia, one ment. It will also fulfill the re- of Virginia's leading orthopedic quirement of 35 contact hours of practices, offers tips to keep UK WOMEN'S FOOTBALL CLINIC Several St. Paul residents participated in project management education children safe and healthy as they prepare for and participate in fall the University of Kentucky Women's Football Clinic Saturday, July 28, in neededto take the certification, sports activities. Additionally the class will cover "One goal for parents of Lexington. Pictured with Assistant Coach (and former UK quarterback) Andre the prerequisites to become cert- school-age children who parti- -Woodson are, leftto tight, Cheryl McFarland, Lexington; Connie Kessinger, St. ified and how to register to sit cipate in sports should be to en- Paul; Woodson; Lynn Whitsun, Lexington; and Peyton Gregory, St. Paul. The f0r the PMP exam. PM certification is the pro- Harold LeSter Memorial Golf Tourney set for Friday, August 10 Level 5 Donation of any amount Business/Individual Sponsor Mulligan package is included in each sponsorship level For more information on the levels of sponsorship or to receive an entry form, please contact Leigh Ann Bolinskey at 276.523A202 or email " Make plans now tO parti- cipate in the Second Annual Harold Lester Memorial~ Golf tournament on Friday, August 10th at Lonesome Pine Country Club in Big Stone Gap. All proceeds from this event will s0pport the Harold Lester Mem- offal Fund of the Mountain Lau- (el Cancer Support and Resource Center of Mountain Empire O!d- e.r Citizens, Inc. Proceeds from last years event, nearly $9,000, have been used to help meet many of the unexpected needs of cancer fession's most globally recog- nized and respected certification credential. This certification pre- paration course will be instruc- ted by Gary Hamilton, a leading expert in project management Hamilton holds numerous de- grees and certification in IT ma- nagement, and project manage- ment including: an advanced MBA degree in finance, and PgMP,PMP,PMI-RMP , ITIL-F, and SSGB. The cost for the certification preparation is $1,299 including lunch, refreshments and all cou- rse materials. For more informa- tion or to register, call 276.880.8180 or visitthe website at sure that your child stays active, but does not over-train," stated Dr. Smith, adding that "for children under 18, muscles, ten- dons and ligaments are still growing, which makes them more prone to injury." Dr. Smith offers the fol- lowing tips to keep your child injury-free during the upcoming fall sports season. Always warmup before playing. This may seem like the most common-sense advice in the world to us, but warm-up is always import- ant. Make sure your child uses the right protective gear and that it is appropriate for the sport and for your child's age and build. Using pro- perly fitted gea~ such as shin guards for soccer, a hard shell helmet for baseball, and helmets and body padding for ice hockey can reduce the chance of injury. If your player is tired or not feeling well, sit it out. Injuries are more likely to occur during these times Take a day off. Even for the most competitive ath- letes, a day off once a week is appropriate to give mind and body a chance to rest and recover. For injuries on the field, think ice, compression and elevation. Put ice on the affected area (10 minutes on, 10 minutes off), provide compression for areas that are swollen and elevate the injury. nty Schools, called him one of the most ethical men I ever worked with. He was very, very competent. He knew his job and he knew how to get things done. He-had great people skills and did things in a way he didn't take credit for himself for the things he accomplished. Lester also served a term on the Big Stone Gap Town Coun- cil. Current Councilman Leonard Rogers said that Lester was one of the best council members he ever served with. I thought he did a super great job in every- Date changed The Castlewood High Class of 1967 Reunion date has been changed to September 28 and 29. Go for the gold without tuming red US. Women's National Soccer Team Captain and Two-Time Olympic Gold Medalist Christie Rampone Offers Sun Safety Tips for Athletes Two-time Olympic Gold glasses. Clothing can be your medalist Christie Rampone most effective form of sun knows that sun protection is an protection, so make the most important part of a healthy of it with tightly woven or patients not addressed by bther i:ancer resources. EverYdollar raised at this event directly as- Sists cancer patients in soutKwest Virginia. Many lives have been touched as a result of the Harold Lester Memorial Fund,7 but, unfortunately, there are" many more persons diagnosi~d' with chncer each month. You and four friends can help meet the needs of those with cancer by supporting the annual Harold Lester benefit Memorial ~ Golf Tournament. When Lester lost his battle ith cancer, his familY' and friends hoped to find a way to honor his memory while he!ping others in need as a remembrance of the devotion he embodied to caring for and assisting .thou- sands of people during his life- time. In his memory, they estab- lished The Harold Lester Mem- oi'ial Fund as part of MEOCs Mountain Laurel CanceL Re- source and Support Center which assists cancer patients in Lee, Scott or Wise County or the City of Norton. Lester was an educator in the Wise County school system r&iring after 38 years of service. Larry Joe Hill, a retired assistant superintendent with Wise :'Cou- thing and he gave everything a lot of thought before he made his decisions. One of his mottos, The Grit to Persevere lived on with him to his final day. He exemplified Russell-Wise-Dickenson- this each and every day of his Tazewell-Buchanan County life. To him the important thing USDA Farm Service Agency in life was the journey and how (FSA) Acting Executive Director one got to his or her goal.Jeanne Presley, wants to remind farmers and landowners that Working hard and staying true to local Farm Service Agency your beliefs were staples that he (FSA) county committee nomi- lived by. Mr. Lester felt each day nations began on Friday, June was an opportunity to touch the 15. lives of people in a positive way, Farmers and ranchers are and was constantly helping his urged to participate in this year's family, friends and neighbors county committee elections by There ~re several ways to nominating candidates by the August 1 deadtine. Elections will participate in tii -toumey as either a player, company sponsor or individual sponsor. All dona- tions are tax deductible. Spon- sorship levels are as follows: Level 1 $475 Four Person team Hole Sponsor Level 2 $400 Four person team Company name On tour- nament board Level 3 $100 Hole Sponsor Company or Individual Name on Tee Box Level 4 $100 IndMdual par- ticipation in tournament (tourna- ment committee will placeyou on a team) Classified advertising works call 762-7671 I lifestyle, particularly for people FSA County Committee like her who spend so much time outdoors. The captain of the U.S. Women's National Soccer nominations began June 15 Rampone will participate in her fourth Olympic Games be held in Buchanan and Wise counties. County committees are a vital link between the farm community and the U.S. De- partment of Agriculture and provide a voice to landowners, farmers and ranchers so that their opinions and ideas can be heard. To be eligible to serve on an FSA county committee, a person must participate or cooperate in a program administered by FSA, be eligible to vote in a county committee election and reside in the local administrative area in which the person is a candidate Farmers and ranchers may nominate themselves or others, and organizations representing minorities and women may also nominate candidates, To become Check out these Ford trucks at t, lorgan t, lcClure Ford - It's the right thing to do! Saint Paul; VA (276) 762-5535 a candidate, an eligible individ- this year in London. She is also a ual must sign the nomination member of Team SCF, a group form, FSA-669A. The form and of professional athletes working other information about FSA with The Skin Cancer Found- county committee elections are ation to raise awareness about available online at skin cancer among active people. Those who spend extended time s. Nomination forms for the outdoors are particularly vulner- 2012 election must be post- able to the cumulative damage marked or received in the local caused by the sun's harmful USDA Service Center by close ultraviolet (UV) radiation; about of business on August 1, 2012. 65 percent of melanomas and 90 Elections will take place this percent of nonmelanoma skin fall. While FSA county com- mittees do not approve or deny loans, they make decisions on disaster and conservation pro- grams, emergency programs, commodity price support loan .programs and other agricultural issues. Members serve three- year terms. Nationwide, there are about 7,800 farmers and ranchers serving on FSA county committees. Committees consist of three to 11 members that are elected by eligible producers. FSA will mail ballots to eligible voters beginning Nov- ember 5, 2012. The voted ballots are due back to the local county office either by mail or in person by December 3, 2012. Newly elected committee members and alternates take office on January 1, 2013. NAP loss filing The CCC-576, Notice of Loss, is used to report failed acreage and prevented planting and may be completed by any producer with an interest in the crop. Timely filing a Notice of Loss is required for all crops including grasses. For losses on crops covered by the Non-in- sured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) and crop insur- ance, you must file a CCC-576 (Notice of Loss) in the FSA County Office within 15 days of the occurrence of the disaster or when losses become apparent. If filing for prevented plant- ing, an acreage report and CCC- 576 must be filed within 15 cal- endar days of the final planting date for the crop. USDA is an equal opport- unity provider, employer and lender. To file a complaint of discrimination, write to USDA, Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W Stop 9410, Washington, DC 20250- 9410, or call toll-free at (866) 632-9992 (English) or (800) 877- 8339 (TDD) or (866) 377-8642 (English Federal-relay) or. (800) 845-6136 (Spanish Federal- relay). cancers are associated with sun exposure "Matches are usually out- doors and can be held at all times of day, so staying safe in the sun is really important to me," Rampone said. "Aside from being concerned about my own health, 1 also want to set a good example for my daughters, so I seek shade and cover up with clothing whenever possible and wear sunscreen every day." Rampone and The Skin Cancer Foundation offer these sun safety tips for those with an active, outdoor lifestyle: Seek the shade, especially between l0 am and 4 pm whenever possible. Schedule training, practices and games for the early morning or late afternoon. . Do not burn. A person's risk for melanoma doubles if Deadline for classifieds is Tuesday noon! he or she has had more than five sunbums over the course of a lifetime. Cover up with clothing, including a broad-brimmed hat and UV-blocking sun- knit, dark- or bright-colored fabrics, which offer the best defense. For extended outdoor activity, use a water-resist- ant, broad spectrum (UVA/- UVB) sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher. Apply I ounce (2 tablespoons) of sun- screen to your entire body 30 minutes before going out- side. Sunscreen running into the eyes is a perennial con- cem (and an occasional ex- cuse for not wearing any), but the pros have ways of dealing with this: Rampone applies petroleum jelly to her eyebrows, since it keeps sunscreen on her forehead from migrating into her eyes. Reapply sunscreen ev- ery two hours or immediately after swimming or excessive sweating. Be careful to cover often-missed exposed spots such as the hands, ears and the back of the neck. Non-steroidal anti- inflammatories like Aspirin, Ibuprofen (Advil and Motrin) and Naproxen-(Aleve) make you. extra-sensitive to the sun. If you use such medi- cations for your aches and pains, be vigilantabout protecting your skin. Rampone knows that the damp weather in London is no excuse to skimp on sun protection. She has said, "The worst days aren't always the ones that are hot and sunny It's the overcast days (up to 80 percent of the sun's UV radiation can penetrate clouds) when you're not thinking about the sun - then you really get burned." CVTimes Deadlines" Editorial copy birthdays, anniversaries, press releases, calendar items, weddings, etc.) 4 p.m. Monday Advertising (classified and display) 12 noon Tuesday "Sellin' On The River" Saturday, August 18 8 am-4 pm Cleveland Ball Park Cleveland, Virginia Cleveland Volunteer Tourism Committee Fundraiserll Rad's Radical Car~Bike Show Food/Music! Crafts! For information 276-889-4365 I