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.Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, September 16, 2010 TIlE GROUlDBRERS...Participating in the ceremonial groundbrealg for tile addition at Rejoice Ministries, Castlewood, were, left to right, Fabian Owens, FTF President; Sheila Hall, teacher; Becky Johnson, AdminNtrave Assistant; Ken Johnson, Administrator/Pastor; Neil Johnson, Board of Directors Chairman; Andrea Johnson, Board of Directors; Wilma Johnson, Senior Member of Rejoice Worship Center; and Carl Castle and Heath Francis of the Building Committee. Rejoice Ministries breaks ground for addition Rejoice Ministries, Castle- od, held a groundbreaking ’premony on Tuesday, August 2K for the addition of a gymna- sium, cafeteria and additional , f]assrooms. Rejoice Ministries broke'ground in March 2007 for its existing facility which serves Rejoice Worship Center and The Learning Center. "The Learning Center, an out- reach of Rejoice Ministries, is aft' inter-denominational Chris- tifih school preparing students academically in all areas such as math, science, history, literature and the arts, reasoning, and cri- tical thinking while consistently promoting a solid Biblical world view. It opened in August 2009 offering Pre-K through sixth grade. This year it expanded its Pre-K program to include three- year-olds and also added seven- th grade with plans to add a grade each year so that students attending The Learning Center will have the opportunity to graduate. Rejoice3 Ministries is a debt free ministry operating by faith in God's Word and is supported by the church, school family, and friends who are interested in Christian education for the children in our area. For more information about this educa- tionnai ministry, contact The Learning Center: 117 Rejoice Lane, P.O. Box 133, Castle- wood, VA 24224, phone 762- 5700, fax 762-7116, e-mall thelearningcenter09!, or visit the website at REUNIONS WINEBARGER FAMILY REUNION The family and descendants of William and Ethel Winebarger will have their reunion at the Tacoma Community Center at 1 pm Sunday, September 19. Please bring a covered dish. Any questions please call Cathy Miller Mays at 276-762-2311 or Vickie Cole Oliver at 276-395- 3333 or 276-762-0225. ervice Vorkshop The Virginia Tourism Cor- poration and the Oxbow Center are hosting la Customer Service --  Workshop-from 2-4 p.m. Men- ,:, day, September 20, at the Ox- , .bow Center in St. Paul. Program Objectives: • Identify why customer ser- vice is beneficial to your business and your commu- nity • Identify and practice4 posi- tive behaviors that enhance customer servace SKIllS • Learn to treat your co-wor- kers as your internal custo- mers. • Give front-line employees the confidence and support US Agriculture Secretary 00ack launches recipes for Healthy Kids Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced the Re- cipe for Healthy Kids Challenge to improve school meals and the health of children across the na- tion through the creation of ex- citing new recipes for inclusion on school lunch menus. The competition-part of the First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move! Initiative--will draw on the talents of chefs, students, food service professionals, and parents or other community members working together to develop tasty, nutritious, kid- approved foods. "The Recipe for Healthy Kids Challenge is an important cont- ribution to our overall efforts to combat childhood obesity," the First Lady said. "It's vital that we provide our children with healthy and nutritious food in school ,and help them learn healthy eating habits that will last a lifetime." Recipes for Healthy Kids Challenge teams will have the opportunity to submit original recipes that meet nutritional re- quirements in three categories: whole grain foods, dark green and/or orange vegetables, and dry beans and peas (legumes). Submissions must be tested by at least 30 students who partici- pate in the National School Lunch Program. "Improving the nutrition and health of kids across the nation is a national priority and the Re- cipes for Healthy Kids Chal- lenge is a great way to engage the creativity of talents of chefs, students, food service professio- nals, and parents or other com- munity members," said Secreta- ry Vilsack. "Through the chal- lenge website, families can vote with their forks and help introduce exciting new recipes into the National School Lunch Program and beyond." There will be a grand prize chosen by the judging panel as well as a Popular Choice winner based on public voting. The judges will also choose award winners for the top two recipes in each category. Winning teams will he invited to prepare their nutrition-packed-meals along- side White House chefs. To recognize and share the culinary creativity nationwide the top ten recipes in each category will be published in a Recipes for Healthy Kids Cookbook to share with students And families. Improving USDA's child nutrition programs on behalf of 12 million kids across the nation is a top priority of the Obarna Administration. Strengthening the Child Nutrition Act, which hallenge Move campaign, visit www.Lets MOv._M__Q.. or. FNS oversees the administra- tion of 15 nutritious assistance programs, including the Child nutrition programs, which touch the lives of one in four Americans over the course of a year. More information about FNS and its nutrition assistance programs is available at www......... fns.usda.uov. The deadline for recipe sub missions is December 30, 2010. For further information about the Recipes for Healthy Kids Challenge, visit the contest website at http://recipesforkids challenge.corn/. NOTHING LIKE IT!...The sight of a Ferris wherever one sees it, is an indication that good fun and entertainment are going on! This one marked the way to the Russell County Fair in Castlewood last week. Children invited to play at UVa-Wise September 25 Characters from classic chil- dren's books and popular ani- mated television shows are all part of this year's Funtasia at The University of Virginia's College at Wise on September 25. Funtasia, sponsored by the Student Virginia Education As- sociatiou, the Student Govern- ment Association and Student Act'_'vity Fees, begins at noon in the Betty Gilliam Sculpture Garden and ends at 4 p.m. In case of rain, the event will be moved to the Fred B. Greear Gymnasium. Funtasia boosts literacy by encouraging children to read and enjoy a good story. The event features games, activities, food, prizes, inflatables and a silent Photo by Peyton Gregory learn and Funtasia event will also feature an adventure train in the Smurf Village, an AirBot slide for Woody and friends and a castle bouncer for the palace. A character book parade begins at noon. Admission is free, but most games cost 50 cents. An adult must accompany children. Money raised during Funtasia is used to purchase coats, clothes and toys during the holiday season for children in need. SVEA also accepts donations of used books, toys or clothing that are appropriate for young children. For more information, contact Sandra Richardson at 276-328-0187 or by e-mail at or Linda Davidson at 276-328-0184 or by CHS FBLA HELPS AT FAIR...Castlewood High School FBLA members volunteered for the fourth year at the Russell County Fair. They assisted the Russell County Extension Office at the Youth Art, Adult Art, Youth and Adult Canned Goods, Floral Exhibits, and Crafts. CHS students are always encouraged to volunteer in an effort to earn community service credit. Pictured is David Lorenzo at the Fair's Art Exhibit. .iii  they need to shine as hosts, auction for themed baskets. The e-mail at , :. Lead by example authorizes USDA's child nutri ............. , tion programs including the Na- T ". d ;:.: :.!,=/, :, " All sessions are free and will tional School Lunch and School L1orary Car , ' = last two hours. ,,"  breakfast Programs, is the legis- M th: ": i The speaker will be Kitty lative centerpiece of First Ladyg | (31"I"1 |11 Ci' 0[t •- " Tou.00m 00vo,opmont i ": Specialist for Virginia Tourism Michelle Obama's Let's Move! "-''** 'Jt" on . Corporation. Campaign. The legislation will i To register for the customer serve as a down payment in bat- September is Library Card M0vieLocatedHotlinein Downtown2]''422Norton, VA " service training workshop to be tling hunger and food insecurity Sign Up Month, and the J. Fred : held at the Oxbow Center, con- while providing critical resour- Matthews Memorial Library in  , ,      , , , ces to raise a generation of St. Paul would like toencourage or 276-762- healthy children. To learn more residents who don't have a DAILY:4:55-7:10-g:35PM | • about the First Lady's Let's library card to come to the SAT-SUN:12:35°2:45"4:55 [ 7:10 - 9:35 PM j ....  ............. "--'=:''---- library during September and •  ..... :-:::" register for a card. The library DAILY: 4:50 • 7:20 • 9:25 PM / • A library card can be the most -  -]  DALLY: 4:30 • 7:05 - 9:20 PM / : important card a child can carry ; SAT-SUN: 12:05 - 2:15 • 4:30 / • in his/her book bag. : 7:05 • 9:20 PM ' ] The library offers many : ]Wi] : tl€" services: books, magazines, • DAILY: 6:45 PM / • • SAT S0N:,:00-0:450000  1 8t newspapers, books on CD, and • • Ernie's Drug and Gilts Phone 762-5800 ErnieKeilh, lharmaeisl You r hometown pha rlnacy LOCATED BESIDE FOOl) CITY Pharmacy & Your Health tact Dawn Jessee at djessee@ox 0700. .......... .'--i". ; ---, ........ - '-'r--"= ..... "r- ..... YOUR LOCAL NEWS STATION AT ';" I 1:30 AM, 1:30 PM and 4:30 PM P.O. Box 939 Lebanon, VA 24266 DVDs may be checked out. In- library services include public access computers, fax service I and eo%i_nL services__ The I library also-offers chil-dren-- programs such as Storytime, Teddy Bear Tea, Mother Goose Time, Book Buddies and Teen Scene. The library sponsors • special programs throughout the -" year as well as author visits. Come by the library during the month of September and How to Prevent Osteoporosis Osteoporosis is a condition of weakened bones. Low levels of certain minerals in the body, such as calcium and phosphorous, can lead to the condition. This condition typically appears later in life. Persons over 40 years of age are at an increased risk. Although women are more commonly diagnosed with osteoporosis, both women and men may be affected. Tobacco or alcohol use also may increase the risk of developing osteoporosis. Bisphosphonates used for the treatment of osteoporosis include alendronate (Fosamax), ibandronate (Boniva), risedronate (ctonel), and zoledronic acid (Zometa). Bisphosphonates reduce ne resorption and increase bone mineral density and strength. These medications work to reduce the risk of fractures. Raloxifene !Evista) is another medication that may be prescribed for women Rh osteoporosis who are unable to take bisphosphonates. Ioxifene is a selective estrogen receptor modulator that works to prevent bone loss by mimicking some actions of estrogen• Adults Should obtain 1,000 to 1,500 mg calcium each day, along with vitamin D, as a preventive measure against the development of osteoporosis. A healthy diet and regular physical activity are also recommended for the prevention of osteoporosis and promotion of bone health. We Now Carry $1 .$  Great Selection of $1.00 items! $1 :e us or all your health and beauty needs  PUBLIC FAX # 276-762-O213 Phone (276) 889-1380 Fax (276) 889-1388 • THE LAST EXORCISM it • DALLY: 4:40 • 9:40 PM • THE TOWN n / • DALLY: 4:35 " 7:15 • 9:45 PM J SAT-SUN: 12:15 • 2:30 " 4:35 • 7:15 • 9:45 PM • 1" ALPHA AND OMEGA P= DAILY: 4:45 " 7:00 ° 9:00 PM • SAT-SUN: 12:00 • 2:20 • 4:45 • 7:00 - 9:00 PM • DESPICABLE ME PG 1 : DALLY: 2:40 ° 5:00 PM I • SAT-SUN: 12:20 o 2:40 • 5:00 PM VAMPIRES SUCK Pit.13 • DALLY: 7:30 o 9:30 PM register to win a Bag=O-Books • ALL STADIUM SEATING AUDITORIUMS • day o ALL DIGITAL SURROUND SOUND to be given away on Thurs , :     ,, ,      September 30. Three bags of • books will be given away: Adult : CENTRAL DRIVE - IN • Bag, Youth Bag, and Children's  • Bag. You do not have to be , 276-679-3761 : present to win. • • For more information about • the services offered by the • library, call 276-762-9702 or • visit •