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4 cups diced cooked chicken (5 chicken breasts) cup green pepper, chopped cup almonds 1 cup salad dressing or mayonnaise 2 can cream of chicken soup 2 boiled eggs, chopped % cup chopped onion 1 baked pie shell salt and pepper to taste Combine marshmallows and cup sharp cheddar cheese milk in top of double boiler. cup crushed potato chips Heat until marshmallows are Mix all together except melted. Cool and whip mixture. cheese and potato chips and Whip whipping cream. Fold in place in buttered 9x13 inch fresh peaches. Fold peaches and casserole. Top with cheese and whipped cream into marsh- chips. Bake 350 degrees for 25 mallow mixture. Put into pie minutes, shell and chill. Garnish top with peaches. GOING TO SCHOOL AT LAST!...St. Paul Elementary students started to school on Thursday, August 6, and included were these kindergarten students of Terri Hall and aide Jennifer Dickenson. Students who are pictured (not necessarily in this order) are Bruce Jeffrey Skyler Bush, Trinity Faith Felker-Baker, Delaney Clair Hale, Robert Nathaniel Hill, Kennedy Grace Kilgore, Kendra Dawn King, Austin Timothy Jackson Kiser, Carter Caleb Parsell, Cameron Michael Penley, Taylor Brook Perry, Carlee Raye Siemp, Elexis Sheyenne Stallard, Savannah Nicole Stidham, Rebecca Leighann Wolff and Kaydence Marie Woodruff. Photo by Peyton Gregory i " " ... Big Red Rug Band to appear Cooking with Mildred by MiUra Herbert on WJHL at 10 a.m. Friday ...... The Big Red Rug Band, a local Americana/Progressive Home Crafts Days, The Wise BAKED CHICKEN over bananas. Top with Cool Folk band, will make an ap- Fall Fling, The Acoustic Coffee CASSEROLE Whip. Garnish with cherries and p earance on WJHL, Channel 11 House, Java J's, and many nuts. Daytime Tri-Cities with hosts others. Amy Lynn and Morgan King on On Saturday, August 15, at 7 FRESH PEACH PIE Friday, August 14, at 10 a.m. p.m, The Big Red Rug Band 18 large marshmallows The Big Red Rug Band's will perform at Gage's Restau- 1A cup milk members are Megan Clay, rant in the Falls Plaza, Abing- pint whipping cream Charlie Engle, Tommy Jenkins, don. The band performed many ed 2 cups fresh peaches, dic- Marty Jenkins and Ben Mays. times at the restaurant's former ZUCCHINI CASSEROLE 4 tbsp. butter 4 cups zucchini thinly sliced 2 onions, thinly sliced 1 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon pepper 2 small tomatoes, fresh or I cup can tomatoes ............. 1 cup sharp cheddar cheese BANANA SPLIT PIE 1 graham cracker crust 1 (8 oz.) cream cheese, soft- ened 1 cup confectioner's sugar 5 tbsp. milk 2 bananas 1 can (15 oz.) crushed pineapple, drained Cool Whip maraschino cherries Heat butter and add other nuts ingredients except cheese. Cook Beat cheese, sugar and milk 15 minutes. When tender, add until smooth. Pour into crust cheese and pour in casserole. Slice bananas on top of cream Bake 400 degrees for 5 to 10 cheese mixture. Pour pineapples minutes. TOURISMWO RKS Our u, nique One Subject Plan has been helping students improve their grades for more than fifty years. In 2008, 23 of our 97 seniors earned full academic scholarships to college. In the past two years combined, our graduating classes have earned over $16 million in total college scholarships. Need better grades to get into the college you want? Looking for a really good college prep school with structure, discipline, and Christian values? Act today! It's not too late to enroll for the fall. Download our report on The One Subject Plan at: Fork Union success stories begin here. ]VJ ILITARY ACAD I~My tchw l~U Pole a,, 13 Barns i ,~ CONESTOGA ~Buildings, Their music is a combination of traditional Country Blues, Folk and Original music. They have been performing throughout the area for the past two years at venues that include The Clinch River Days Festival, Bristol's Rhythm and Roots Festival, CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, August 13, 2009 Page~5' e ~,~,~ dlr"~ I" AT THE REUNION...Members of the Classes of 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963 and 1964! are pictured during St. Paul High School's All Year Reunion, held at the Oxbow~ :i Center Friday and Saturday, July 24 and 25. The event was sponsored by the St,: :~ Paul High School Alumni Association. Photo by Peyton Gregory , CVTimes Deadlines: ] Editorial copy: birthdays, anniversaries, press releases, calendar items, reunions, etc 4 p.m. Monday Advertising: classified and display--12 noon Tuesday location in Nickelsville, but this will be their first appearance at the new location in Abingdon. For reservations, call Gage's at 276-525-1610. There is a $5 cover charge. Everyone is invited to attend for an evening of good food, fun and music. 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