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Featured performers in Foreper Plaid CLINCHWALLEY TIMES, b~t. Pa~l, V~Thur~da~'August 27, 2009 Page 5 East KY Tyme at Country Cabin The Country Cabin, located in Norton on The Crooked Road Music'Trail will feature East KY Tyme on Saturday, August 29. Admission for the night is $5 for adults (12 and older) and $1 for " children 2-11. Each Saturday night, from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm, live bluegrass music from the best in local bands is featured. Dancing includes clogging, two-step, free- style, broom dances and cake walks. THE COLLECTOR'S CORNER WEBB The Liberty Seated Half Dime may not be number one in most collectors' portfolios, but they do have a lot to offer in terms of history, and their poten- tial at a fair price for common dates. The Seated Half dime (1837- came ten years ago, they put a shot in the arm of coin collecting. Prices in some dates have more than doubled. Some examples at today's prices, the 1837 half dime, no stars, grade good-very good, $40-$50, grade very fine, price Local musicians are welcome 1873) with several types and range, $135-145. 1838 no drap- to play half-time breaks, varieties, was designed by cry, grade fine, $20-$25, grade The Country Cabin is located Christian Gobrecht. extra fine, $70-$75. 1846 seated one and one-half miles west of The little half dime was half dime, scarce date, grade Norton (between Norton and minted at three mints, Phil- fine, $600-$625. 1853-O no Appalachia). Watch for signs, adelphia, New Orleans and San arrows, fine, $325-$350, grade E ;ents at the Country Cabin Francisco. MS-60, around $6,000. " are sponsored by Appalachian Most Liberty Seated Half Most all other dates are more Traditions, Inc., a non-profit Dimes are common dates, in the in the common range, grade organization. No alcoholis last few years they have increa- good-very good, $15-$20, range sed in value so much it's hard to grade very fine, most dates, $35- permitted. For more information, call believe they are common dates. $45. MS-60, most dates price 276-679-3541. When the Statehood quartersrange between, $200-$300. P.O. Box 939 Lebanon, VA 24266 Phone (276) 889-1380 Fax (276) 889-1388 NOTICE: Stop for any school bus loading or unloading childrent IT'S THE LAW! ATTACK ASTHMA. ACT NOW. 1-866-NO-ATTACKS ~.+. ~(WW.NOATTACKS.ORG ~ DON'T LET YOUR CHILD FEEL ...... LIKE ~FI.SN.WITH2UT WA_TER: .- 8 -a I111 . g g- Ilrl COOPER TRENDSETTER SE ALL-SEASON TREAD QUIET RIDE WHITE~BLACK SIDEWALL ?: q= m JL 0 !111 U) 16618 East Riverside Dr. St. Paul, VA ,. Man. - Fri. 8 am - 5 pm; Sat. 8 am - 1 pm c 276-762-9501 or 276-762-9591: ,2 ell,, / it " / /" ql 4~ !':I'~ are//)10tt.t lO ~nlroduce. . A..ndrew Kolb, D.O. 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Combine coconut, brown sugar, orange juice, diced orange and reserved peel. Spread over warm cake. Broil 2-3 minutes or until top is lightly browned. 1/3 cup sugar 1 cup heavy whipping cream, whipped :, assprted fresh f uit , Combine eggs; lemonade concentrate and sugar. Cook and stir over low heat just until mixture comes to a boil. Cool. Fold in the whipped cream. Serve over fruit. Refrigerate leftovers. PINEAPPLE HAM SPREAD 4 oz. cream cheese, soRened 1 can (8 oz.) crushed pine- apple, drained cup ground ham Combine all ingredients to- gether. Serve with crackers. toriurn of Lee High School in Ben Hour, part of the Lee County Cultural Arts Series. On Sunday, September 20, at 3 p.m., Forever Plaid will be staged at the Performing Arts Center at J. W. Adams Com- bined School at Pound. This performance is part of the W. Campbell Edmonds Memorial Concert Series. Admission for each perfor- mance is $12 for adults, $8 for seniors, and $6 for students. For advanced ticket informa- tion for the Pound production, go to the Pro-Art website at or call 276- 376-4520. For information or assistance for persons with special needs, call Pro-Art at 276-376-4520. by H art Called "a funny, feel-good musical for all ages," Forever Plaid features a setting in the 1960s and such memorable hits and "Catch A Falling Star," "Sixteen Tons' and "Chain Gang." As the story goes, a group of young male singers, on their way to pick up tuxes for their when entertainers were clad in matching formal jackets and ties, or even tuxedos. The fwst local performance is Thursday, September 17, at 7 Thing" and "Three Coins in a Fountain," from a bygone era , thers and The Four Lads. You'll hear four-part har- mony in "Heart and Soul," "Love is a Many Splendor touring performances in Sep- tember at Ben Hur and Pound, of the musical Forever Plaid. The programs are presented by Pro-Art Association, The University of Virginia's College at Wise and Mountain Empire Community College, and par- tially supported by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the busload of Catholic teenagers. The story begins there as the four fellows are given a second chance to perform the concert that never was. Families can enjoy this funny production, which showcases the kind of upbeat music popu- larized in the 1950s by artists and groups such as Perry Coma, Eddie Fisher, The Amass Bro- Performing Arts at Adams School, Pound Barter Theatre will stage two fwst big gig, are broadside by a p.m., in C. Bascom Slemp audi- Barter Theatre plans to stage Forever PlaidTuesdayJam sessiOnSnight at 7:00are heldp.m, eachIFree I admission. All musicians and Classified advertising 762-7671 at Lee High auditorium & the Center for s,e ,a, or wo, omo.