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 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, September 12, 2013 Page 5 REMEMBER THE GOOD OLD DAYS...Assembly of God honors "Month of Sunday's Class" The boys pictured above are all members of the Intermediate Boys Class at the St. Paul Assembly of God, St. Paul, Virginia. These boys have achieved a distinct honor by becoming tht first "Month of Sunday's Class" in the new Sunday School Year which began in October. A "Month of Sunday's Class" is a class with all members present each Sunday for one month. October happened to have five Sunday's, but the boys did it anyway! Beginning with the front row and reading from left to right, the boys are: Jackie Carlton, James Austin, Tim Hall, Linky Selfe, Eddie Bradley. Second row: David Brooks, Roger CHS Boosters meeting The Castlewood Athletic Boosters meet the first Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the CHS office. Davis, Ernest Keith. Back row: David Branson and Mr. Harold Bailey, who is All Castlewood fans who are teacher of the class. Malcom Minton is also a member of this class, but was not !nterested in promoting the interests of the school's athletic present when the picture was taken. Thanks to Roger Davis for lending this teams are urged to attend. picture! . Cooking with Mildred... Recip. by Habert SKILLET PEACH COBBLER 3 cups sliced fresh peaches juice from 1 lemon 1 cups sugar, divided, plus additional for sprinkling 2-teas. cinnamon, divided 1 cups self-rising flour cup brown sugar cup melted butter 2 tbsp. butter, cut into small chunks Toss peach slices with lemon juice to prevent them from discoloring. Place peaches, 1 cup sugar and 1 teas. cinnamon in a '10 inch cast iron skillet. Bring mixture to a gentle boil. In a bowl, combine flour, cup sugar, light brown sugar and I teas. cinnamon. Stir melted butter into dry mixture to make a thick batter. Place spoonfuls of batter on top of peach mixture. Dot with chunks of butter and sprinkle with cinnamon. Bake in a 400oven for approximately 30 minutes. ZUCCHINI CORNBREAD 3/4 stick melted butter V cup oil 3 eggs, beaten 1 tbsp. sugar tsp. salt 1 'A cup self-rising cornmeal % cup self-rising flour 1 onion, chopped 1 cups chopped zucchini, peeled 3/4 cup cottage cheese Mix zucchini, butter, oil, - .........  ........................ '- i eggs, sugar, salt, cornmeal, flour, -.....i--: ............................... onion and cottage cheese toget- . 4 ...................... L ............ I ............. her. Bake 425 for 35 minutes or .  i until done. i TUNA NOODLE CASSEROLE lb. Velveeta cheese 1 can cream of mushroom soup 2 cups noodles (cooked and drained) dash of pepper cup coarsely crumbled crackers cup milk 1-6 oz. can tuna 2 tbsp. butter Heat cheese, soup and milk over low heat, stir until smooth. Add noodles, tuna and pepper. Mix well. Pour into 2 qt. casser- ole. Top with cracker crumbs and butter. Bake 325* for 20 minutes. CHOCOLATE CRISPY COOKIES 1 'A cups flour cup margarine 1 cup chocolate chips 1 cup sugar 1 egg 1 teas. vanilla 2 cups Rice Krispies Cream margarine, sugar, egg and vanilla together. Add flour, chips and Rice Krispies. Bake 350 for 8-10 minutes. This alpaca was posing for the camera. Hey kids! Become a Star Reader Children can become Star Readers at the J. Fred Matthews Memorial Library. Stop by the library and" pick up a reading log. Read 50 books and you will become a Star Reader! Get your picture in the paper, win a prize and have your picture put on our wall of Star Readers. For more information about this program stop by the library or call 276- 762-9702. Candidate for House of Delegates receives Virginia Education Association endorsement Ben Chafin, candidate for the said that he recognizes that House of Delegates in the Fourth District, is proud to announce a recent endorsement from the Virginia Education Association (VEA). In announcing the endorse- ment the candidates pointed out that the VEA has over 60,000 members across the Common- wealth and is a leading supporter of public education. "I will fight in Richmond for our students, teachers, administrators and schools because a high quality education will help secure the future for our young citizens and communities." Candidate Chafin also men- tioned that throug.h his law firm he does extenswe work for Public School Boards and De- partments of Social Services in the Fourth District that requires putting children first when their basic safety and needs are at risk. He also noted that Virginia's legislature is a part- time legislature which means he will still attend to his day to day job and career and go to Richmond only during general and special sessions. In addition to serving the people of the Fourth District as their Delegate, Candidate Chafin indicated he will continue to serve his many clients and advocate for children and education through work for the School Board and Department of Social Services. "I believe that providing an excellent public education and child protection are the most important duties of the government and I look forward to representing them and our local school systems in the House of Delegates." L-ike most legislators Ben growing the economy in South- west Virginia helps everyone, including public education. "As I work with local leaders to help this region's economy and bring new jobs to the area, the counties will realize an increase in revenue and funding for our schools." For more information about Ben Chafin and his campaign please visit www.benchafin,com or email him at ben@benchafin.com. Quilt display at the fair. "GO TO COOPERTIREREBATES.COM FOR REQUIRED DOWNLOADABLE OFFICIAL MAIbIN FORM AND FOR OFFICIAL TERMS & CONDITIONS. FORM AND TERMS & CONDITIONS ALSO AVAILABLE AT POINT OF PURCHASE. PAYMENT OF REWARD BASED ON PURCHASES IN THE US AND PUERTO R]CO WILL BE MADE THROUGH A COOPER TIRES VISA PREPAID CARD, ACCEPTED EVERYWHERE ViSA DEBIT CARDS ARE ACCEPTED. THIS CARD IS ISSUED BY CENTERSTATE BANK OF FLORIDA, NA PURSUANT TO A LICENSE FROM VISA U.S.A. INC. IN EFFECT FOR TIRES PURCHASED FROM AUGUST 23, 2013 TO NOVEMBER 5, 2013. OFFER BASED ON AVAILABILITY OF ELIGIBLE NEW TIRES AT TIME OF PURCHASE. ELIGIBLE TIRES ARE THE COOPER CS3 TOURING, LIFEUNER GLS, COOPER RESPONSE TOURING", COOPER CS4 TOURING, DISCOVERER H/T, DISCOVERER HFF PLUS, DISCOVERER HT3, DISCOVERER A/'[3, DISCOVERER HTP*', DISCOVERER LSX *, DISCOVERER LSX PLUS", DISCOVERER CTS, COOPER ZEON RS3-A AND COOPER ZEON RS3-S TIRES. REWARD AMOUNT DEPENDS ON QUALIFYING TIRES. **AVAILABLE AT SELECT RETAILERS Tri-County Tire Service, Inc. 16618 East Riverside Dr. St. Paul, VA 24283 (276-762-9501)(276-762=9591) Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm Sat. 8am-lpm Attention Pet Owners" Rabies Clinic l The Wise County Board of Supervisors in cooperation with the Wise County Health Department and the area veterinarians are having a rabies clinic on Saturday, September 21st and Saturday, September 28, 2013. All dogs and cats four months old or older are required to be vaccinated against rabies. The cost will be $8.00 per 1-year vaccination and $12.00 per 3-year vaccination. Veterinarians will be present at the following locations to provide vaccinations as needed: September 21st Dr. Shular Her office near Big Stone Gap 8 am to 12 noon ' September 28th Dr. Goins Wise County Courthouse Parking lot (Wise) Coeburn Depot Parking lot St. Paul Elementary School Parking lot Dr. Stidham Pound High School Parking lot J.I. Burton High School Parking lot Parking lot across from Appalachia High School Dr. Riggs His office in BSG 12:30 pm to 1:15 pm 2 pm to 3 pm 3:30 pm to 5 pm 9 am to 10 am 10:30 am to 12 noon 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm .10 am to 1 pm Shannon C. Scott, County Administrator Is your primary care provider a part of your-family? No one know00 you better than someone who knows where you're from. XNeUmont Medical Associates welcomes .family nurse practitioner Brooke Mays w Coebum. A lifelong resident of Wise Count; she is excited to open her practice in the town where she grew up. As a primary care provider, Mays can provide care for ever)" member of your family. She is passionate about helping you stay healthy and can recommend screenings to identify health issues early. From checkups, immunizations and health maintenance to treating illnesses and everyt, hing in between, WeUmont Medical Associates is your hometown heahhcare provider. To schedule an appointment, please call 276-395-8293. O Wellmont Medical Associates A imber of Wdknont Hea System For healing. For health. For life.