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LPage 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, August 10, 2017 :Certified Medical Billing and !Coding : On July 12, 2017, the ~PluggedInVA Certified ~Medical Billing & Coding cohort spent an afternoon fat the historic Barter ~Theatre in Abingdon, .~Virginia watching "~Footloose: The .Musical. ~This was a special outing ;.hosted by Southwest '~Regional Adult Education I(SRAE) for students and staff of the program. The play was based on a movie musical whose soundtrack reached #1 on 7the Billboard charts with top 40 rock score. Based on ~a true story, the play fea- i tures the hit songs "Footloose," "Somebody's Eyes," "Holding Out for a ' Hero," Let's Hear It for the Boy," and "Almost Paradise." An afternoon at the Barter Theatre provided the students of the cohort with a cultural experience that, in the words of Producing Artistic Director Richard Rose, "celebrates America for all of its strengths, struggles, diver- sity, and accomplish- ments." After the play, the group attended a Company Talkback session where they talked with a produc- tion staff member and Nicholas Piper, who played Reverend Shaw Moore in the play. trip Students were definitely impacted by this cultural experience; for some, it was the first visit to Virginia's designated State Theatre. Tammy Sabo of St. Paul commented, "My first trip to the Barter Theatre was exciting. I laughed; I cried and was surprised by the perform- ance. I was amazed at the changing of the scenes. I will definitely go back in the future." Zuhey Santana of Lebanon remarked, "I loved it! The employees were well organized, very nice, and kind. The setup on the stage was fabulous. The artists did an outstand- ing job. Overall, my trip to the Barter Theatre was a very awesome experi- ence." "Our trip to the Barter is one memory I will never forget," said MaKayla Tackett of Lebanon. "Throughout the entire per- formance of Footloose: The Musical, I was fully engaged. There were so many different emotions that we all experienced because of how well the actors could convey their roles. I would definitely go again, and I would recom- mend the Barter to anyone who hasn't had a chance to go.'" The afternoon was enjoyed by all and was filled with lots of smiles, laughter, and appreciation. It was an opportunity to reward the students for all the hard work they pour into their studies and add to their overall learning expe- rience in a unique cultural setting. The PluggedlnVA Certified Medical Billing & Coding Specialist pro- gram began on June 1 and will run through August 25, 2017. Participants will have the opportunity to complete part two of the PIVA program beginning on August 28 to become a Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist. For information about future PluggedlnVA pro- grams in the region, con- tact Southwest Regional Adult Education at 866- 581-9935. Recipes by Mildred Hdbert APRICOT CARROTS 1 lb. carrots, sliced 1/4 cup apricot pre- serves 1 tbsp. butter 1 teas. lemon juice 1/4 teas. grated orange peel 1/8 teas. ground nutmeg Place carrots in saucepan with enough water to cover; bring to a boil. Cover and cook for eight minutes or until ten- der; drain. Add remaining ingredients; cook and stir over medium heat for 3 minutes or until preserves are melted and carrots are coated. DILLED CORN AND PEAS 2 1/2 cups fresh or frozen sugar snapped peas 2 cups fresh or frozen COrn 1 small sweet red pep- per, julienned 1/4 cup water 1 tbsp. butter 1 teas. minced fresh dll or 1/4 teas dill weed 1/8 teas. salt 1/8 teas. pepper Place peas, corn, red pepper and water in a saucepan; cover and cook for 2-4 minutes or until vegetables are crisp tender. Drain. Add butter, dill, salt and pepper; toss to coat. FRUITY SUMMER COOLER 6 to 8 ice cubes 1/2 cup cubed can- taloupe 1/2 cup pineapple chunks 1/2 cup cranberry juice 1/3 cup sliced banana 1/4 cup pineapple juice 1 tbsp.honey 3/4 teas. lemon juice 1/4 teas. grated lemon peel Place all ingredients in a blender or food processor; blend until smooth. ZUCCHINI CAKE 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 2 cups sugar 1 1/2 teas. ground cin- namon 1 teas. salt 1/2 teas. baking powder ni 1/2 teas. baking soda 1 cup vegetable oil 4 eggs 2 cups shredded zucchi- 1/2 cup chopped wal- nuts Combine flour, sugar, cinnamon, salt, baking powder and baking soda. Combine oil and eggs; add tO dry ingredients and mix well. Add zucchini; stir until thoroughly combined. Fold in walnuts. Pour into a greased 13inx9in baking pan. Bake 350 degrees 35- 40 minutes. Frosting: 1-4 oz. cream cheese, softened 1/4 cup butter, softened 1 tbsp. milk i teas. vanilla 2 cups confectioners sugar chopped walnuts. optional In a mixing bowl, beat cream cheese, butter, milk and vanilla until smooth. Add sugar and mix well. Frost cake and sprinkle with nuts. Compliments Pastor Jessie M. Jones 762-7963 Barter Trip...pictured left to right: Instructor Karen Gent; Students: .Tammy Sabo, MaKayla Tackett, Jennifer Coleman, Kayla Skeens, Teena Stevens, Goldie Cook, Zuhey Santana; and Instructional Assistant Rebecca Kennedy. The Wise County Domestic calls for thisSheriff's Office provid- "Sheriff's Office reports the period was 10. ed 256 man-hours of Court "following activities for the Criminal Process for Room Security. period of 07/24/2017 this period: Served 43 Unlocked Vehicles: 20 through 07/30/2017. Felony Warrants, 47 Escorted Funerals: 6 Wise Central Dispatch Misdemeanor Warrants, 2The Sheriff's Office received a total of 1,831DUI Arrests. Total Transport for this calls for this seven-day Civil Process Served: period: 11 period. 308 Civil Papers Total Transport Hours: Of the total calls Traffic Accidents: 6 61 received 329 were dis- 9 Additional Criminal 1,734 Visitorsto patchedto the Sheriff'shwestigations were initiat- Courthouse. Office ed and 25 Cleared by Total number of Arrest. Well, I heard a story about a man in the neigh- borhood once upon a time that was just no good on earth. He lied, he cheated, he stole, he robbed, he murdered. And if you could try to think of the person that you know in your life that is the worst person that you know of living on the earth today, well, he was probably a credit to this gentleman that this story was written about. They said that he finally passed away from this walk of life. They even had a hard time finding a preacher that would do his funeral. So, his brother goes to this preacher and tells him,"If you will preach my broth- er's funeral and tell the This man was a saint congregation that he was a saint, I will give you one thousand dollars." The preacher told him, "I will do the funeral." There was a large crowd at the church that day. Most of them were there just because they were glad that he was gone. The preacher thought, "How am I going to go about telling his con- gregation that his man was a saint when everybody knows that he was the devil in disguise?" He got up and started the funeral. He mentioned some of the things that the man had done. "We know that he done all of these things," and he mentioned them by name. He pasued 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 Thursday, September 7 - Waterfowl in Wise County. CES and CCES Orientation DANTE ANNUAL REUNION August 12 classrooms at Copper Creek. Orientation for Castlewood Elementary students in grades 1-7 will be held 4:00-6:30 p.m. Mrs. Paula Banner and Assistant Principal, Mrs. Jan Kennedy will welcome all students at Castlewood in the cafeteria before visit- ing the classrooms. Students will receive their homeroom assign- ment and beginning of year information and forms at this time. All faculty and staff will be available to provide information and answer questions. Everyone will have fun with our Magician and lots of door prizes and draw- ings. starting . at 10am- Mrs. Paula Banner, Principal of Copper Creek Elementary School and Castlewood Elementary School would like to announce our 2017-2018 Orientations. "Back to School" Orientations will be held on Wednesday, August 16, 2017. Copper Creek Orientation will be held 3:00-5:30 p.m. for Pre- Kindergarten and , Kindergarten students. Mrs. Paula Banner along with Mrs. Addrienne Robinson, Assistant Principal for Copper Creek will welcome each Pre-K and Kindergarten group in the cafeteria before stu- dents and parents visit the We will also have vari- ous booths set up: Drive-By Pick-Up and Lockers sign up Food City School Bucks School Volunteer sign up 21st Century Community Learning Center information and sign up, GED information Community Outreach School Nurses will also be available to answer questions and provide information. We will also be selling school spirit T-Shirts for CCES and CES from Appalachian Graphics. Our first day of school for students will be Thursday, August 17, 2017. We are looking forward to a successful, fun, and pro- ductive new school year! If you are unable to attend at these times, please call our office to make arrangements to meet with a teacher at a later date. for a moment and said, "But beside his brother set- ting over there on my right, this man was a saint." Well, the bottom line of this story is, it makes no difference what the preach- er says about you when you leave this walk of life, whether good or bad. It will not hinder nor help you in the day of judgment. But I will say that after conducting hundreds of funerals, I find that it is much easier if that person that you are speaking over has left a testimony that they knew Jesus. What's really going to make a dif- ference is what is said to you in John 5:22. Amen. 6pm.Bring a covered dish. Performances on stage all day. Games for children. Gifts for children and adults. Everyone welcome. Castlewood High School Class of 1987, 30th Year Reunion will be held August 12, 2017, begin- ning at 4:00 pm in the shel- ter behind Castlewood High School. Potluck- please bring covered dish, drinks or utensils. For fur- ther information contact Janice Halsey at 276-889- 2488 or janice or visit Facebook page Castlewood High Class of '87 - Big 3-0. ANNUAL EVANS REUNION--Thomas E. and Eliza Holbrook Evans. All of these families and friends are invited to the Evans Reunion on Saturday, August 19 at 11 am. at Midway Church Fellowship Hall on Rt. 58. Please bring a dish-- enough to feed your fami- ly--and you are welcome to enjoy the bounty. We all look forward to seeing and meeting old and new fami- ly and friends. For more information, please call 1- 703-241-0493. WILBURN HALE Family Reunion will be held Sunday, August 20 at 10 am at the Old Regular Baptist Church on Gravel Lick. Take AIt 58 out of Castlewood to St. Paul to Rt 63 out of St. Paul going toward Dante for approxi- mately 4 miles to an over- head bridge. At the bridge make a right turn onto 615 toward Cleveland (old Gravel Lick Rd.) follow approx. 3 miles to Old Regular Baptist Church. Bring your favorite food and or covered dish. For more information call 276- 762-7990 or 276-762- 5344. MOREFIELD REUNION - Friends and family that grew up or lived in Morefield or Morefield Bottom are invited to the St. Paul United Methodist Church on Saturday, August 26 at 2 pm for a reunion. Please bring some type of finger food, pictures and be ready to share memories so we can reminisce about those good times. Hope to see you there. If you have any questions, please contact Linda Boothe, 762-9355 or Facebook, Henry Hurd, or George Breeding. o00.000.60.oo o ooo,0o~ i Cinema City'.." II Check Showfimes Online : CENTRAL : : DRIVE- IN : " B~C~