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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St Paul, VA, Thursday, September 6, 2012 Russell County , I i ............. Unit s Extension news [ rt., o l. e,ttur rovi. .byt. .u. Extension Office or visit the Drug Usage in Goats; Dfr County Extension Office Virginia Cattlemen's Website at Richard Hackenbracht, Regula- Your Russell County Unit of tory requirements for selling the Virginia Tech and Virginia Steers goat meat in VA; Dr. Sarah State Extension Division--Corn- ($/Cwt) 80 head VQA Holland, Feet; Dr. Holli ella Estep, Scott Jessee, Donna Average weight = 625 (550-700) Schramm, Chronic Diseases o( Meade and, Bill Worrell presents $147.25; 66 head VQA Average Goats; Dr. Megan Sheperd, Min Ho k r trim tlewood ..... this week s Extensin News" weight = 760 (700"850) erai Nutritin; Dr" Anne Zajacl Our office is located on 131 East $138.25; 59 head Average wei- Understanding Parasites na e S Gas Main Street, Lebanon, VA. Che- ght= 840 (775-900) $126.00; 57 Parasitism; Dr. Halsey and Dr1 by Allen GregoryL*' Dalton Gordon pass to Reid The Tigers got two td passes ck out our Virginia Tech Public head Average weight =880 Garvin, Gross Anatomy Labs. The Honaker Tigers "visited Edmonds that gobbled up 55from Tyler Hall and a 28 yard Website Address:(840-925) $129.00 Pre-registration is requirec B.C. White Stadium on Friday yards. Edmonds made some nice field goal from Phillips. Jordan Heifers and must be received night and trimmed the Castle- moves during the run before it Hess caught one of the td passes, Extension Calendar of Events: 55 head VQA Aver-age September 22, 2012. For wood Blue Devils 31-12. i " " ended at the Tiger six yard line. it covered 25 yards while Randy August 31-September 8: weight = 660 (660-750) registration form please contac , The less experienced Devils Edmonds then passed to James Horton latched on to a 35 yard Russell County Fair and Horse $132.25; 60 head Average wei- the extension office at 889-8056.I stayed close in the first "half Cornett for the td. The extra strike. Show, Russell CountyFair-ght = 825 (775-875) $121.75; 20 Donna Meade-'Family and | trailing by just seven at 13'-6 as point try failed Damien Patrick ran 18 yards grounds, Castlewood , head Average weight = 540 Consumer Sciences the first half closed. " The Tigers came right back for the lone Blue Devil tally of September 22: Sheep Field (480-585) $136.25. Time for TailgatingI It was a Blue Devil mistake and scored a td to tie the game at the second half. that enabled the Tigers to hive a six. Mistakes hurt the Blue Day and Ram Lamb Sale, VT GOAT DAY 2012 Keep food safe at a tailgatingi 7 point halftime advantage'." The Austin Smith got the td on a Devils as the fumble resulted in Research Farm, Glade Spring Saturday, September 29, party by keeping hot foods hotI -Devil mistake was a fumble near three yard run. Mackenzie the Tigers second td. A pass 5:30 pm 2012, 8:30 am until 4:00 pm and cold foods cold. Here'si the four minute mark in the Phillips kicked the extra point interception by the Tigers cut September 24: Graded Cattle Virginia-MarylandRegionalhow.,. second quarter. The Devil for a 7-6 Tiger lead. short another Devil drive. Sale, Tri-State Market, Abing- College of Veterinary Medicine, Bring Out the Hibachi! fumble was scooped up by Blake The teams banged away at Eight penalties that covered don Duck Pond Drive, Blacksburg Grill hot dogs until they're Ray who raced 27 yards for'the each other over the next four 66 yards also hurt the Blue October 26: 182 Annual Sponsored by: Virginia steaming hot and hamburgers td. '" minutes before Ray grabbed the Devils. The Tigers had 15 first Hokie Harvest Sale, Virginia Cooperative Extension, theuntil they reach 160" F (71" C). Both teams had tallied:eh/lier td's. The Devils got onthe board fh'st after an exchange of 15unts. The Castlewood drive Wasl an exceUent 65 yard drive thaf took just five plays. The 'most exciting play of the drive-was a fumble recovery and raced in for the go ahead td. The Ray score gave the Tigers the lead for good as the Tigers put 18 points on the board in the second half to just six for the home team. Eastsid by Allen Gregory- Matt Hamilton and'- "his Eastside Spartans put a mark on the winning side of the ledger, as the Spartans rolled to a 48-22 rolls by Hurley They each put up two rush- homefield victory on Friday night. -,'. ' The Spartans had thek ,way on both offense and defense.-The ing tds, Collins scored on runs of 60 and 48 while Banks rushed for 64 and 6 yards for his td. Collins posted another td in the game catching a Caleb Riner pass that covered 56 yards. Junior quarterback Caleb Riner also had a good night dox;vns to 11 by Castlewood. The Tigers had 281 total yards to 201 by Castlewood. Edmonds turned in a good night catching five passes for 104 yards and rushing 12 times for 93 yards. the ensuing kick off back 89 yards and Tyler Stacey ran in the two point conversion for Hurley's only lead of the game. The Spartan defense was outstanding as they caused six Rebel fumbles, recovering three of those. Moreover, they had several sacks and caused several Tech, Blacksburg If you need information about any of the listed events, please call the Extension Office at (276) 889-8056. Scott Jessee - Agriculture Abingdon Feeder Cattle Association's Fall Sales Schedule The Abingdon Feeder Cattle Association will sponsor four state graded feeder cattle sales this fall. All of the sales will be held at Tri-State Market and cattle will be received from 7:00 am until 4:00 pm. Sales will begin at 7:00 pm. Producers are encouraged to consign animals Spartans piled up 454 total completing three of nine passes bad snaps by the Rebel center, prior to the sale at either the yards, 329 of those yards were for 135 yards. Two of the three The Rebels' final two scores Extension Office (276-889- on the ground. '-. completions went for tds.came after the Spartans had rung 8056) or the livestock market Ethan Collins and'CEricCollins' catch was for 56 and up 48 points. They came on Banks had big nights rushit g-for Aaron Sexton's catch covered 60 passes from Nick Gibson to(276-628-5111). The sale dates the- Spartans. Collins collected yards. Riner ran 21 yards for the Ralph Jones and Charles. are: September 3, September 106 yards on six carries' .and game's first td. Nate Minor was good on five 24, October 8 and October 22. Banks had 115 yards ira' 11 After the Riner td run opened of seven extra point attempts for What were they worth carries. the scoring, Tanner Charles took the Spartans. last week? Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, and the Virginia- Maryland Regional College Of Veterinary Medicine. Goat Day 2012 will offer some of the latest information to help you manage your herd. Whether you have dairy goats, fiber goats, meat goats, or just a few pets, the topics covered can chip you keep your goats happier, healthier and more productive. We are excited to offer a symposium that includes some of the most knowledgeable speakers in the Commonwelath. Multiple classes will be offered throughout the day, allow you to select topics that are the utmost importance to you. Please join us for this wonderful opport- unity to share in our common goal of improving goat husband- ry. Topics include: Mr. John Use a food thermometer to check the temperature. Heating foods to the right temperature for the proper amount of time kills harmful bacteria. Sassy Soups & Cider Serve up hot soup, chili, or crab dip, but keep it all piping hot by placing these foods in insulated thermal containers. Keep the container closed until serving time. Toast your team's victory with hot apple cider, but make sure the cider is pasteurized or otherwise treated to kill harmful bacteria. Unpasteurized cider may contain harmful bacteria. Be sure to read the label! The Must-Chill Menu If shrimp cocktail and cold dips are on the menu, serve them chilled on a bed of ice. Pack perishables, like cold fried chicken, directly from the refrigerator into the cooler - and II S Listed below are the results Beers, Regulatory requirements include a cold pack. Keep all Fall basebal oftball academy Pitching lessons of the August 202 Virginia to produce and sell dairy pro- perishables chilled until serving Sportswise Sports and specific strength training. Former JJ Kelly standout Cattlemen's Tel-O-Auction Sale. ducts in VA; Dr. Sherrie Clark, time. Performance Center, Wise, is For more information contact Charlie Beverly is now offering Prices are listed in $ / Cwt. , Assisted Reproductive Techni- now enrolling classes for jr Sportswise (276) 328-3300 or baseball pitching lessons at the For more information about ques; Dr. Joe Gavin, Laboratory cesForYou/HealthEducators/ucm high/high school age softball & email at Sportswise Sports & Per- the sales, please contact the Diagnostics; Dr. Sierra Guynn, formance Center, Wise. Slots are Popular Craft Chat baseball players. The prdgram sportswiseonline, limited and fill fast. For more Luncheon series will run once a week for six Classes will start Monday, info contact Sportswise (276) weeks focusing on improxing September 10 and spots are 328-3300 or email at continues at Heartwood hitting mechanics and soort limited, CastlewoodHigh School After School Program Come join the fun on Sept- ember 10, as Magician Joseph Young kicks off the-2012 Castlewood High School .After School Program. .- Joseph Yong is a nine-time award winning entertainer_,who is quickly emerging as one of the most sought after entertainers in the nation performing from' Bos- ( ton, Maine to Orlando, Florida. Some of his career highlights include winning the prestigious 2011 Gold Medal InternatiOnal Battle of Magicians award where he competed against other magicians from Canada to. Call- Lunch-and Learn Event for Craft Artisans Craft Chat is a quarterly Tazewell, Washington, Wise'and Bristol, series of luncheons providing W_ythe counties and the cities of Radford. artisans and the interested corn- munity an opportunity to discuss best business practices and trends in crafts. It is also an op- portunity for creative entrepren- eurs to network, get community news updates and have fun. Craft Chat is a 'Round the Mou- ntain event. The third-quarter Craft Chat luncheon will take place on September 18 from 12:30 pm tO 1:30 pm. The site will be the restaurant at Heartwood: South- . west Virginia's Artisan Gate- way, One Heartwood Circle, Galax, Norton and 96 +/- acres - Dungannon, Virginia Route 683 (Inthepines Circle) Auction: Wed., Sept. 261h at 12 noon on site Previews: Walk property at your leisure or by appt. P nln.Pmi.'lL-- After School participantS and their parents. The program be- gins on Monday at 3:30.Parti- cipants will be taught several magic tricks which they can perform on their own. Several prizes will be awarded to,parti- cipants. ' The After School program will be held Monday-Thtlrsday from 3:30-5:00. Students~can , attend all four days choose fomia and being honored as the Abingdon, Va. 2004 Houdini Rising Star of Magician Joseph Young Reserve your spot at the table by September 7 by contacting Magic. The program is free. for the days they Want to attend, ment making, field trips, and Neva Bryan at 276-492-2403 or "all Castlewood High School After School student participants much more! A calendar of plan- at ned activities will be provided to all CHS students monthly. Stu- dents must complete an appli- cation to participate in the program. There is no charge for any activities related to the After School Reach program. Bring a friend and join the fun! Applications are available in the Castlewood High School office or online at __~www.russell.k owe o//e are provided a light snack in the school's cafeteria from 3:10- 3:30. Students then select two sessions to attend. Sessions vary throughout the school year and include Art, Recreation, Kite. Making, Jewelry Making, Cook- ing, Crafting, Science Projects, and Experiments using the Make Foundation activity plans, a din- ner theatre production, instru- KIDS AND DOGS Shop MorganHcClure Ford for all your truck needs - .,i It's the fight thing to do! Remember, shop your hometown Ford store! (276) 762-5535 Saint Paul, VA educationcoordinator@roundthe Pre-registration is required. This is a BYOL (Buy Your Own Lunch) event. 'Round the Mountain will draw for a door prize for one attendee. The final 2012 Craft Chat luncheon is scheduled for Dec- ember. Craft Chat is made possible, in part, through support from a VirginiaHighlands Small Business Development Center Jobs Act Program Grant, the Virginia Commission for the Arts, the National Endowment for theArts, the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Virginia Tobacco Indemnifi- ation and Community Revitali- zation Commission. 'Round the Mountain's mis- sion is to promote sustainable economic development of the region's communities by as- sisting local artisans with marketing, educational and entrepreneurial opportunities. The 'Round the Mountain service area includes Bland, Buchanan, Carroll, Dickenson, Floyd, Franklin, Giles, Grayson, Lee, Montgomery, Patrick, Pulaski, Russell, Scott, Smyth, The AKC" reminds parents to teach their children how to be~',ave around dogs, Children who ieam to treat a dog with care a[~d respect will be safer and more cnnfiderlt around their. canine pals. For more information about safety around dogs,visit: www.ake .orE. Tract 1:35 +1- acres-Tax Map # 30-A-49 2:40 +1- acres-Tax Map # 30-A-47 Tract 8:21 +1- acres-Tax Map # 30-A-45 Tract 4:1.5 +1- acres-Tax Map # 30-A-44 If Tracts 2 and 3 are sold separately, Tract 2 will be sold subject to a 20' easement from Rt 683, and Tract a will be sold together wl that easemenL Ph: (540) 344-6160 www.walker-inc com Comntercial Real Estate Services, Inc. VAAF# 549 Y COUCH HOME MEDICAL Our pharmacy will compete with the big boys! Plus we have jewelry and watches also a wide selection of much needed $1 items! I I We are buying gold and coins, Top dollar paJdl I Layaway jewelry for your special occasions! I Couch Home Medical [ can provide you with all your ] home medical needs. | Corner of 4th Avenue and Russell St Ph 276.762.9080 Fax 276.762-9081