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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, August 24, 2017 Page 5 Greg Carmer to speak at King University August 30 REMEMBER THE .GOOD OLD DAYS --- This picture came to us from the Dante Coal Mining & Railroad Museum. It was salvaged when Pittston closed its offices at Dante and appears to have been taken at a mine rescue team competition. Neither the location nor the men in the photo are identified. What appears to be a Ciinchfield sticker can be seen on the helmet of the man standing at the right. Also, a photographer's mark "Wainscott Studios" appears in the lower right corner. If you can help identify this picture, please con- tact the Clinch Valley Times at 276-762-7671 and we'll share the information with our readers. Items of interest... M O R E F I E L D Facebook, Henry Hurd, or photographs, documents, REUNION - Friends and George Breeding. and artifacts detailing the family that grew up or The 1st Annual rich heritage of the Dante lived in Morefield or Fundraiser Event for community. On display is Morefield Bottom are LEON TALFORD. Good a scale model of the down- invited to the St. Paulfood and fun! Jubilee town area as it looked in its United Methodist ChurchHouse Retreat Center, 822 heyday. Hours of opera- on Saturday, August 26 at 2 E Main Street, Abingdontion are 11:00 am to 3:30 pm for a reunion. Please VA 24210. August 26, pm Monday & Tuesday bring some type of finger 3pm-8pm. Please bring and Thursday & Friday, as food, pictures and be ready money donation to put in well as the 1st and 3rd to share memories so weLeon's gift box! Contact Saturdays of each month. can reminisce about those Betty Meade 276-791- The museum is closed on good times. Hope to see6631. Wednesdays. For more you there. If you have any DANTE COAL MIN- information, please call questions, please contact ING AND RAILROAD 276-495-1903. Linda Boothe, 762-9355 or MUSEUM --- Featuring Russell County Extension News The Russell County Unit of the Virginia Tech and Virginia State Extension Division presents this week's Extension News. Extension Calendar of Events: August 24 Forage Field Day SWVA Research Farm - Glade Springs - 5:30 pm August 26 Performance Tested Ram Sale Steeles Tavern, VA August 28 VQA Steer Delivery Tri-State Market - Abingdon, VA August 30 VQA Heifer Delivery Tri-State Market - Abingdon, VA September 2 Virginia Tech Sheep Center Production Sale Blacksburg, VA September 2 Russell County Fair Jr. Beef Show and 4-H Youth Poultry Shows September 22 Sheep Field Day and Katahdin Ram Sale SW VA Research Farm - Glade Spring, VA September 30 Last day to wean for the November 6 VQA Sale If you need information about any of the listed events, please call the Extension Office at (276) 889-8056 or check Virginia Cooperative Extension ,-- Russell County on Facebook. SCOTT JESSEE - AGRICULTURE Forage Field Day-Research Farm-Glade Spring A Forage Field Day will be held. on August 24th at VT's Research Farm at Glade Spring, VA. There will be seminars and demonstrations at the event includ- ing: Image result for hay Using drone technology to evaluate forages Hay rake adjustment and maintenance Weed identification and control "recipes" Fall Fertility for Forage Systems Corn Silage Variety Plots Summer Annual Forage Plots Equipment dealers and hay equipment will be available at 4:30 pm with offi- cial registation beginning at 5:00 pm. Dinner will be served. If you plan on attending, please register with the Extension Office at 276.889.8056. If you are a person with a disability and desire any assistive devices, services or other accommodations to participate in this activity, please contact Scott Jessee at the Extension Office at 276.889.8056 during business hours Of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to discuss accommodations 5 days prior to the event. *TDD number is (800) 828-1120. Upcoming Sheep Events 42nd Annual Perfomance Tested Ram Sale The 42nd Annual Virginia Performance Tested Ram Sale, Ewe Lamb Sale, and Sheep Field Day will be held Sat, Aug 26 at the Shenandoah Valley AREC near RaPhine, VA. The educational program starts at 10:30 am with the ram and ewe lamb sale starting at 1 pro. Attached is the sale catalog. This information also on the Virginia Sheep Producers Association website www.vasheepproducers.com Virginia Tech Sheep Center Production Sale The Virginia Tech Sheep Center will be hosting our 18th annual Production Sale on Saturday, Sept 2 at our Alphin-Stuart Livestock Arena here on campus. We will be offering approximately 50 head of Suffolk and Dorset ram lambs and ewe lambs. Attached is catalog with details. Sheep Field Day and Katahdin Ram Sale On Friday, September 22nd we will be hosting a Sheep Field Day and Katahdin Ram Sale at the Southwest AREC at Glade Spring, VA. This is the fifth year for the forage-based hair sheep ram performance test - which includes evaluation of parasite resistance. The educational program will center around this activity, and the top end of the rams will be sold. The Field Day will begin at noon with sale to follow. Attached is flier, and more details and information will also be forthcom- ing on the Southwest AREC site https://www.arec.vaes.vt.edu/arec/southwest-vir- ginia.html -- The Russell County Extension Unit -- Cornelia Estep, Scott Jessee, Donna Meade and Bill Worrell -- is located on 135 Highlands Drive, Lebanon, VA. Check out the Virginia Cooperative Extension Website at www.ext.vt.edu/ The executive director for a new academic year." of the New England Together with his wife, institute for Faith, Life & Carmer directs the New Work Greg Carmer will England Institute on Faith, kick off the King Work & Life in Beverly, University Institute for Mass. The Institute's mis- Faith and Culture (KIFC) sion is to "encourage peo- 2017-18 Lecture Series pie of faith in forming vital during the opening convo- connections between their cation Wednesday, Aug. 30 religious convictions and in King University's their lived-lives. They seek Memorial Chapel on the to provide theological main campus in Bristol. training, resources, men- The event is co-sponsored toring, and networking by the Bristol Herald opportunities that advance Courier and is free and an understanding of faith open to the public, which engages all of life, "We are delighted to with a particular focus on a welcome Greg Carmer Christian vision of voca- back to King," said Martin tion that understands all Dotterweich, Ph.D., associ- work as service for the ate professor of History. common good." "Greg has already led King Canner also serves as faculty in rich faculty pastor of Church in the development sessions, and Cove, also locatedin we are pleased to continue Beverly. Previously, he learning from him. His was assistant deanof work at Gordon College chapel at Westminster and elsewhere exemplifies College in New three core aspects of our Wilmington, Penn., and for mission at King: educating seventeen years served in students well, integrating various capacitiesat faith and learning, and Gordon College in serving Church and corn-Wenham, Mass., including munity. We look forward to twelve years as dean of drawing on his wisdom and chapel. experience as we prepare A native of Michigan, Greg Canner Canner holds a bachelor's degree in philosophy and social sciences from Spring Arbor College in Spring Arbor, Mich., a master's degree in Systemic Theology, and Ph:D., in Theology from Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts For more information, visit http://faithandcul- ture.king.edu or contact Dr. Shannon Vance at svhar- ris@king.edu, 423-652- 4836, or 423-747-3524. Compliments Pastor Jessie M. Jones 762-7963 "The love of money is the root of all evil" In the early 70's when I was working away from home, I lived in Manassas for a time. I quickly made some wonderful friends and found a little country church to attend. The church members made me feel right at home. Unfortunately one of the older members passed away suddenly and his family asked me to conduct the funeral. On the day of the funeral, while I was at the funeral home, the direc- tor of the funeral home asked to speak to me in his office. He asked me if I was a union member and I answered "yes, I was "a member of the carpenter's union" - all the time won- dering to myself - why in the world is he asking about unions at a time like this." He went on to explain that that was not the kind of union he was talking about. He said that there was a "ministers union" and that his funeral home added one hundred dollars to the funeral bill to cover the minister's fee. Well, I was floored to say the least! I had never heard have ever charged for that; of a "ministers union" and or when the woman's son I certainly had never heard had died and they were on of a preacher getting paid the way to the grave yard to conduct a funeral. I told to bury him, Jesus did not him I would never dream say "Give me some money of taking money to peach a and I will raise your son funeral and to not add that from the dead." But I guess fee to the family's funeral in this wicked world some costs, people will charge money I can't imagine when for anythingl As the Bible Jesus rose Lazarus from says- "The love of money the dead that He would is the root of all evil." If you've quit reading due to MACULAR DEGENERATION Special low vision glasses may help you enjoy reading again. CaR for a FREE phone constlltation with Dr. Armstrong, Optometrist Offices in: Roanoke, Harrisonburg, Wythevitte, Virginia Enjoy an evening guided bus tour frorn St. Paul to Breaks Interstate Park, a visit to the 'Grand Canyon ofthe South', boxed supper specially prepared for you by the Rhododendron Restaurant and an up close and personal elk viewing excursion. Transportation, Guides and Dinner Included $35/person Seating is limited... Make your reservations today! On-line- StPaulMainStreet.org Call- 276.395.0685 Email - StPaulMainStr~mail.com In Person - 16612 Broad Street & Market Square, St. Paul, VA