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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, August 29, 2013 I Sports Features :CHS VOLLEYBALL TEAM...Team members include: Kelsey Fields, Erica Dickenson, Eriea Hubbard, Ashley Fugate, Emily Higgins, McKinley Isaacs, Samantha Couch, Shiann Couch, Sara Hamilton, Alex Vance, Chelsea Phillips, Caitlin Fleming, Bridgett McCarty. Varsity Head Coach Kesha Perrigan. Meet the Devils night Thursday, August 29 will be the annual Meet the De'vi/s at Castlewood High School. The event is sponsored by the CHS Booster Club and will be held near the field house. The event will begin at 5:30 pm Withl fall athletes being recognized at 7:00 pm. Please join us for hot dogs and the opportunity to show our appreciation for the Blue Devils, their families and the coaches! Donations of drinks, cookies and chips are greatly, appreciated. Subscribe today to the Clinch Valley Times 762-7671 Events at CHS through September WEDNESDAY, AUG 28, 2013 . Volleyball: GirlsJV Match 6:00Dm Lebanon Volleyball: Girls Varsity Match 7:000m Lebanon FRIDAY, AUG 30, 2013 Football: Boys Varsity Game 7:30Dm Havsi FRIDAY, SEP 06, 2013 Raven Rock Golf Central High School has announced their Athletic Facilities Fundraiser Kick-off will be with a Golf Tournament. It will be held September 14 at Raven Rock Golf Course in Jenkins. Tee time will be at 1 pm and lunch will be served beginning at 12 pm. Entry fee per person will be $75.00. EntQ,_ fee for team of 4 will be $300.00. Sponsor a hole for $100.00. , For registration and sponsorship forms, donations and other information please contact Central High School, Debbie Sturgill at PO Box 796 Wise, VA 24293, (276) 328- 8015. Receive 10 OLD SWINGS...The town crew is working on the old swings at the park. They have been repaired and will be in use for older children. , 3a A.M :i i l;ii i ii;!!iii!!ii!! III  !!ii!! ,  ! !ii!i! ".2 ,/ .... --:: : ::" " '- : .... GEESE on patrol outside the Ma Whitenack Little League Field. Harold Lester Memorial. Golf Tournament raises money for local cancer patients dog by A high chance of precipi- Football: Boys Varsitv Game 7:30Pm Central wood trees tation did not dampen the atmos- , j phere for the third annual Harold -O.OAY, SE.O,2o13 oining the Arbor Lester Memorial Golf Tourna- Fo ment held Friday, August 9, at Football: Boys JV Game ' '. -. 6:OOom Tw,n,.r,n.s Day undation Lonesome Pine Country Club in TUESDAY, SEP 10, 2013 ' ' Vollevball: Girls JV Match 6:000m Honaker Volleyball: Girls Varsitv Match 7:0ODm Honaker THURSDAY, SEP 12, 2013 , Football: Boys JV Game 6:000m Honaker 7:3Oom Thomas Walker FRIDAY, SEP 13, 2013 " ' Football: Boys Varsity Game ....... . : 6 " ................................................... 6:000m Clintwood 6:00pm Thomas Walker 7:00pm Thomas Walker Add color to your landscape year-round by joining the Arbor Day Foundation in August. Everyone who joins the nonprofit Arbor Day Foundation in August 2013 with a $10 donation will receive 10 free white flowering dogwood trees through ! the Foundation's Trees --for America campaign. The-trees will be shipped postpaidJbetween October 15 and December 10, at the right time for planting in each member's area. The 6- to 12-inch trees are guaranteed to grow or they will be replaced free of charge. Planting instructions are enclosed with each shipment of trees. New members of the Arbor Day Foundation also receive The Tree Book, which includes information about tree planting and care, and Arbor Day, the Foundation's bimonthly publica- tion. To receive the flee white flowering dogwood trees, end a $10 membership contribution to Ten Dogwoods, Arbor Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Ave., Nebraska City, NE 68410, by August 31, 2013, or join online at Big Stone Gap. Sixteen teams participated in the fund-raising event for the Harold Lester Me- MONDAY, SEP 16, 2013 Football: Boys JV Game , Volleyball: Girls JV Match ' Volleyball: Girls Varsity Ma. tch FRIDAY, SEP 20, 2013 Football: Boys Varsity Gaote 7"-30om Twin $0rincJs ......................... w ............................................................ MONDAY, SEP 23, 2013 ,. Football: Boys JV Game, , 6:00ore Central TUESDAY, SEP 24, 2013 Volleyball: Girls JV Match 6:00Pro Eastside Volleyball: Girls Varsity 'tch 7:00pro Eastside Morgon McClure Ford YOUR CHANCE TO SA lIE 2013 Ford Crew Cab Pickup, loaded 2013 Ford Taurus, loaded We have savings for you- 0% for up to 60 months and up to $2,500 rebates on select vehicles- Shop Morgan McClure Ford for these and other great bargains- It's the right thing to do] MORGAN McCLURE m0rial Fund, a program of Mou- ntain Empire Older Citizens, Inc's Mountain Laurel Cancer Support and Resource Center. The Harold Lester Memorial Fund was established in 2011 to assist cancer patients in Lee, Scott and Wise Counties and the City of Norton. This fund, which is used to help meet many of the unexpected needs of cancer patients not addressed by other cancer resources, be[gan when family and friends of the late Harold Lester wanted to honor the memory of this well-known and well-loved educator in the Wise County School System who was devoted to helping family, friends and neighbors. Leigh Ann Bolinskey, Direc- tor of the Mountain Laurel Can- cer Support and Resource Center stated "There are so many needs that accompany a diagnosis of cancer...things you wouldn't necessarily think of, like how you're going to pay the rent when you aren't working as a result of your diagnosis. While there are formal programs to assist with some needs such as transportation, nutrition and pharmacy assistance, it is so good to have the flexibility that the Harold Lester Fund gives the Mountain Laurel Center to be able to assist with unusual needs. I am so grateful to the family and friends of Mr. Lester who instituted this fund-raiser and who all continue to be so supportive and actively involv- ed. I am also grateful to all the members of all the teams and to those businesses and individuals who give generously to make the tournament possible." "Leigh Ann has done a tremendous job working with our partners to make the Harold Lester Golf Tournament one of our largest fund-raisers for the Mountain Laurel Cancer Support and Resource Center," said Michael wampler, Executive Director of Mountain Empire Older Citizens, Inc. "Evenwith a rainy forecast, we had great participation at the tournament." To date, $7,300 has been raised as a result Of the golf tournament with more donations coming in. Wampler noted that 100% of these funds will be used to help individuals from the local area with a diagnosis of cancer. All donations will remain in the local community and will directly assist someone in need. In recognition of Mr. Lester's Wise County School legacy, the tournament's three flights were named for the school district's three high school mascots. Winning teams were: in the Spartan flight, Walter Aguiree, Cornelius Sabugo, Roneil Yu and Stan Zirkle; in the Bear flight, John Day, Drew Crabtree, Snuffy Smith and Paxton Wright; in the Warrior flight, Matt Sturgill, Pat McKinney, Seth Austin and Israel McAfee. Plans are underway for next year's event. For more informa- tion about the Harold Lester Memorial Fund or any of the services of the Mountain Laurel Cancer Center, contact Mountain Empire Older Citizens at 276.523.4202. The University of Virginia's College at Wise will offer an HR Certification Preparation class beginning September 9 and run- ning through October 17. The six-week course will meet on Monday and Thursday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm at the South- west Virginia Technology Devel- opment Center in Lebanon. The course is offered in cooperation with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as preparation for the Professional in Human Resour- ces (PHR) and Senior Profess- ional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification examina- tions administered by the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). Participants will get a complete overview of key areas in human resource management. The SHRM Learning System includes six modules that corre- spond to six functional areas, responsibilities, and associated knowledge as defined by the HRCI. Instructor Amy Kestner has nearly 20 years of experience as an HR professional. She works with the Virginia Department of Transportation Bristol District Office, where she manages the recruitment activities for the div- ision, as well as classification and employee relations. She is an active trainer and has been a certified human resources pro- fessional (PHR) since 2003 and is a professional member of the national SHRM organization. The tuition for the class is $1,099, which includes materials and refreshments. Registration deadline for the program is August 28. For more information or to register for the class, go to or call 276.889.8180. Don't get covered with this... Until you're covered with us! Come see Cathy Mays 00StateFarm Saint Paul, VA (276) 762-5535 HR Certification Preparation class begins