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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, September 2, 2010 Page" 5 : .  Recipes by Mildred Hdbert &apos; offer an aviation degree MUFFINS 2 blueberry muffin mixes 1 egg 2/3 cup milk I tsp. vanilla 3 oz. cream cheese cup powdered sugar Mix first 4 ingredients and put in greased pan. Mix cream cheese and powdered sugar. Drop by spoon on top. Bake 425 for 20 minutes. STEWED TOMATOES 1 qt. can tomatoes chopped green pepper 2 onions, chopped '/4 cup sugar several dashes of oregano tsp. parsley flakes 1 can Eagle brand sweetened condensed milk 2 eggs, beaten teas. allspice teas. salt Combine 1 cup flour, nuts, granulated sugar, brown sugar and 1 teas. cinnamon Add but- ter; mix until crumbly. Reserve 1 cups flour mixture. Pat re- maining mixture in a 13x9 inch baking dish. Combine pumpkin, milk, eggs, remaining 1 teas. cinnamon, allspice and salt; mix well. Pour evenly over crust. Mix reserved flour mixture with remaining 1 tbsp. flour. Sprinkle over pumpkin. Bake 375 30 to 35 minutes or until set. , .... 3 tbsp. margarine ..REMEMBER THE GooD O--LD- DAYS?'..Tii]s -have been from a Dame church, lf anyone can identify Put onions and pepper in skillet with part of tomato juice " picture was labeled "Choir of '40" in the Dante the group (not necessarily the individuals), please let us from can. Cook until almost  scrapbook Frank Kilgore purchased from eBay. We know at 276-762-767I. Our thanks, as always, to Frank done. Add all other ingredients. assume it was a high school choir, although it could Kiiore! Keep hot and stir often. Add about 8 or 10 Ritz crackers to MSU and ATP team up to AARP & Ruritan to sponsor simmer.this to Addadd lessthickness'Ritz if youLet desire it thinner. Salt and pepper statewide food drive Sept. 11 as neo00.. Mountain State University, Beckley, WV and Airline Trans- port Professionals (ATP) are pleased to announce an acad- emic services agreement signing. The agreement was signed by MSU Chief Executive Officer and President Charles H. Polk and ATP President Derrick Den- nis to reflect a new bachelor's degree for aviation students, the Bachelor of Science in Airline Transport Professional Pilot Op- erations, with flight training being completed through ATP. David Robbins, director of aviation at MSU, stated, "Air- lines hire the most qualified pilots, preferring that applicants have a bachelor's degree and high quality flight experience." To meet this market demand, MSU and ATP have joined together to offer a program that incorporates academics and air- line-oriented multi-engine flight training into a bachelor's avia- . tion degree program. The pro- -gram allows students to com- plete flight training through one of ATP's 22 locations across the country while attending college Classes through MSU. Appro- ximately 16 months into the degree program, students will be qualified to work as a flight in- ence time while also pursuing an airline-respected bachelor's de- gree. In addition to gaining the necessary FAA pilot certifica- tions and flight instructor certi- ficates, students will develop skills in leadership, business and management, communications and aeronautics. MSU chose ATP to provide the flight training portion of its new professional pilot degree program because of ATP's 26- year track record training pro- fessional pilots in multi-engine aircraft across the U.S. "What makes this degree so unique is how the college cour- sework complements students' flight training and professional pilot careers. With recent leg- islation requiring more flight experience of airline pilot ap- plicants, it's important that career pilots build high-quality flight experience as quickly and economically as possible. Grad- uates of this program will be the first of a new generation of airline pilot applicants," said Derrick Dennis, president of ATE For additional information about the program, please contact 800.255.2877 or info@atpflightschool.com, or structor and begin working to- visit ATP wards their total flight experi- "FlightSchool.com/degree. i[ Classified advertising works...call 762-7671 I Depression-like pricin 0 has spurred brisk sales! Unique opportunity to own over 20 acres w/some of the best mountain & valley views offered anywhere on the last Coast AND private access to the popular $outh Branch of the Potomac River. Conveniently located just 90 minutes from the D(/Metro area, this property is perfect for all of your 4-season recreational activities.To ensure your peace of mind, the property includes  title insurance,  warranty deed,  perc. test & a  survey. If you've been dreaming of that special place you can easily drive to on a Friday after work & be there in time to enjoy a sunset that stretches for over 50 miles, stop dreaming! Come out & join us for a &'lEe no hassle tour. See why over 230 families have chosen this location for their dream 9etaway & retirement spot. Don't miss this rare opportunity! Ask about our excellent bank-approved finandng options! Here tO serve... AARP Virginia and Ruritan are calling upon communities to help supply Virginia's food banks during a statewide com- munity food drive on Saturday, September 11. As more families struggle to make ends meet, Virginia's food banks need help feeding hungry people. You can help right here in your own community by par- tieipating in the AARP/Ruritan Community Food Drive on Sa- turday, September 11. Amefi- Corps and the Virginia Federa- tion of Food Banks also are assisting with the food chive effort this year In times like these, demand for help from local food banks is rising. You can help hungry families by participating in the AARP/Ruritan Community Food Drive, which is part of AARP's CreateTheGood. Virginia food banks and their partner agencies are experience- ing daily increases in demand for assistance due to rising un- employment, higher food prices and a slow economy. You can make a difference in your community by filling a bag with non-perishable food that your local food bank needs most. Those items include pea- nut butter, chunky smaps, canned meats, canned tam_a, canned vegetables, rockier, hot and cold cereal, pasta, rice and canned fruit. No glass conttain- ers, please. The list of drop-off sites; for the food drive is availablee at www.CreateTheGood.org and will be updated regularly.. If there is no food drop near 3you, please take the food to a local food pantry or community food bank. (The First Baptist Church in St. Paul is the location of a local food bank.) AARP launched Create The Good to help improve people's lives in as little as five minutes, five hours or five days. Post events in your community and invite others to get involved. This is your community. And this is your opportunity. Find out how easy it is to make a difference by visiting CreateTheGood.org, DEADLY NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASES lllmDIA  Muscular Dystrophy Association 1-800-572-1717 - www.rndausa.org Your New Best Friend... The FREE Consumer Action Website Mv, : ! Over Rover.. "Ihe FILEE Comumer Acd()n Website i.s the comumer's new be't friend, lt'sgor thounds oflillks t<) compate and goverrunent agen:ie - the nan., numbers, advice, and connecxiom you need to get your wrongs righted. 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Corner of 4th Avenue and Russell St Ph 276-762-9080 Fax 276-762-9081 PUMPKIN PIE BARS 1 cups plus 1 tbsp. all purpose flour, divided 1 cup finely chopped nuts cup granulated sugar cup brown sugar 2 teas. cinnamon, divided cup butter 1 (15 oz.) can pumpkin (2 cups) ROAST HERBED SWEET POTATOES WITH BACON & ONIONS 3 thick slices smoked or peppered bacon, diced 2 lbs. sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into 2 inch chunks 2 medium onions, cut into wedges I teas. salt 1 teas. dried thyme 1/4 teas. black pepper Cook bacon in a skillet until crisp. Remove from heat, drain. Set aside. Add potatoes and onion to drippings in skillet; toss until coated. Stir in salt, thyme and pepper. Spread mixture in single layer in shallow roasting pan. Bake 375 40 to 50 minutes or until golden brown and tender. J. Fred Matthews Library Friends Group membership drive meeting The Friends of the Library invite you to a special meeting in the Children's Room of the Library on Thursday, September 2 at 4 pm. The mission of the Friends Group is to Support the programs and events at the Library as well as help promote literacy in our community. For a one-time membership fee of $5.00, you can provide financial support of children's programs, purchase of materials, and library services. You can also volunteer your time, energy and ideas. Please join us! Tri-County Tire Service t