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• Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, September 24. 2009 EVERYTHING YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT HIGH KNOB...Dr. Phil Shelton, , a professor at The University of Virginia's College at Wise, is pictured speaking ,'-to a group about the geological formations of High Knob. He will conduct another session on the topic this year at the Naturalist Rally at Bark Camp Lake , on Saturday, October 10. Other sessions and hikes will cover Mushrooms, Nature Photography, Snakes and Salamanders, lnvasive Species, Sustainable Forest Management, Hemlock Woolly Adelgid, and Nature. For more information, call Diana Withen, 276-278-1337; e-mail The Clinch Coalition, clinchcoalition@ mounet.com; or visit www.clinchcoalition.net. New arrival David and Rebecca Varney of Castlewood are proud to announce the birth of their son, Cooper Alan Varney, on July 22 at Bristol Regional Medical Center. He weighed seven pounds, ten ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Ronnie and Connie Milton, Castle- wood, Glenn and Judy Jessee and David and Virginia Varney, all of St. Paul. Motorcycle Rally Morning Star Church of Castlewood will have a Christian Motorcycle Rally service at 11 a.m. on Sunday, September 27. The speaker will be Tommy Duncan, Chaplain with the Revelators Club. A fellowship dinner and motorcycle ride will follow after the service. Good Will Ambassador for October 3 March for Babies breathe for him for three weeks while he was in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and had surgery to close an opening in his heart at 18 days old. Bray- den remained in the NICU for another two months while his mother and father stayed at the Ronald McDonald House to be with him until he was able to come home with them. When babies are born this early and this small, the out- " When Amy and Brandon Bradford of Coeburn discovered .hey were going to have a baby they were overjoyed. However, toward the end of the second tri- mester, Amy developed compli- .cations and was sent to the Johnson City Medical center in Tennessee, where Brayden was born four months too soon. He weighed just one pound and 12 ounces, and was 13.25 inches !ong. He was on a ventilator to SPECIAL PRESENTATION...Steve Demase, Shaw Project Manager, right, is pictured as he presented a check for $1,000 to the Russell County Fair last week. Accepting on behalf of the Fair is Bobby Vencii. LAK-N-S' SALON Back to School Pert Special Moms, come on in come can be bleak. However-parents, exte---nded family mem- the March of Dimes has been bers and friends. working bard for many years to Brayden is this year's Good help babies like Brayden. At Will ambassador for the 2009 birth, Brayden was given the DILENOWISCO March for drug Surfactant developed by Babies to be held at Bullitt Park, funding from the March of Big Stone Gap, on Saturday, Dimes. This drug helped his October 3, at 10 a.m. Everyone lungs to develop and his doctor, who is able is urged to parti- nurses and other professionals cipate in this event. All babies were helped to serve him better are helped by the March of through March of Dimes re- Dimes from birth, and the bene- search and training Today fit of assistance provided now Brayden is thriving. He weighs will go with them throughout 20.5 pounds, is 30 inches long, their lifetime. For them, that life and his doctor says he is doing will be longer and better be- just fine. He no •longer needs cause of the March of Dimes. any special medicine or care, Local sponsors include Alpha and Brayden just enjoyed his Natural Resources, Wellmont first birthday party! He spends Lonesome Pine Hospital, Fron- his days playing with his toys tier Health and Food City. For and enjoying watching every- information on forming a walk thing going on around him, es- team, to walk as an individual, pecially his cat, Simba, and-or to contribute, call Lisa turtle, Spike. He is a blessing Dotson at 1-276-523-1713, or and a joy to his parents, grand- Karen Davis at 1-276-431-4370. VA City Stop & Go to have Grand Opening Friday, 9/25 The Virginia City Stop & Peoples Bank will be in Go, a neW convenience store attendance. and restaurant across from the Everyone is invited to attend power plant site on Route 58, and enjoy the hospitality of will hold its Grand Opening on Terri Ann Hill, her family and Friday, September 25. staff. Free gifts, food and fun will be available for everyone who Stop for any school attends. The event will be held between 12 noon and 3 p.m. bus loading or Vendors, including WXLZ, Coca-Cola, Peosi-Cola and New unloading children! State's Agencies on Aging are looking for volunteers The Virginia Association of error. Virginia SMP is a grant- Area Agencies on Aging SMP funded program administered Program (Empowering Seniors by the U.S. Health & Human to Prevent Healthcare Fraud) is Services, Administration on Ag- looking for volunteers in all ing. There are 59 SMP pro- areas of the Commonwealth to grams across the nation. help distribute Medicare Protec- and treat yourself, tion booklets during October, If you Would like to donate a November and December to se- couple of hours a week to help Perm, cut and style $38.00 nior groups, retirement housing educate seniors and caregivers and clubs in their communities prevent fraud, waste and error, The Virginia Association of call Susan Johnson at the vir- Call and make your appointment ..... ' n Area Agencies on Aging SMP gram Assocmtmn of Area ge - Program utilizes older volun- cies on Aging at 804-644-5628 276- 762 - 5280 teers to educate Medicare and (in Richmond); call toll-free at Medicaid beneficiaries about 1-800-938='8885; or e-mail September 11-30 o= w,ste and sjo00n00on00t,e00400.o+ Milton's Shopping Center i[ • - '[]F21 19396 Hwy. 58 Castlewood ' 00and Gilts II 00LRI/- Phone 762-5800 ErnieKcilh, Pharmacisl Your hometown pharn, acy ir,€.z.l,.t../,.....gztgt.tt a LOCATED BESIDE FOOl) CITY II YOUR LOCAL Different Types of Anxiety Drugs NEWS S;00TION Anxiety is a condition of nervousness and uneasiness, with both II nental and physical components. HypeRhyroidism. hear failure, 11 md asthma may lead to anxiety. Corticosteroids, amphetamines, md caffeine also may lead to anxiety. Generalized anxiety disorder GAD) obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). and panic attacks ire different types of anxiety. Generalized anxiety disorder is a :ommon condition in which there is anxiety and worry on a regular Ii II.30AM : )asis for more than 6 months. Obsessive-compulsive disorder is = , 1 30 PM ypically characterized by a compelling need to perform repetitive II ituals, such asexcessivehandwashingorcheckingdoorlocks ond 4:30 PM II anic attacks involve the sudden onset of intense fear or tiscomfoR, usually lasting only minutes Antidepressants, such as paroxetine (Paxil) and venlafaxine Effe) ), are prescribed for GAD Benzodiazepines, such as ,Ipra: m Kanax)may be prescribed initially during tie tim [[ P© t00ox 939 )eric, ,efor, the antidepressant takes effect, and then gaduall IIII Lebanon, VA 24266 educ  in osage For people with OCD, selective s.rotoni II eupt, . inl" bitors, (SSRI)s, such as fluoxetine (Prozac), may b II wirY. corn )resc ed  anic attacks may resolve without treatment I-lowew II SSRt lay t e prescribed to help reduce the intensity of attacks We NowCarry $1 II Phone (276) 889-1380 $' a Great Selection of $1.00 itemst I] $ See us for ail your health and beauty needs+ $' I[ Fax (276) 889 1388 1 PUBLIC FAX # 276-762-0213 Ernie's Drug and Gilts ) Phone 762-5800 ErnieKcith, lharmacisl Your hometown pharmacy LOCATED BESIDE FOOl) CITY mental and physical components HypeRhyroidism, heart failure, and asthma may lead to anxiety Corticosteroids, amphetamines, and caffeine also may lead to anxiety. Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and panic attacks are different types of anxiety Generalized anxiety disorder is a common condition in which there is anxiety and worry on a regular basis for more than 6 months Obsessive-compulsive disorder is typically characterized by a compelling need to perform repetitive rituals, such as excessive hand washing or checking door locks Panic attacks involve the discomfort, usually lasting only minutes (Effexor), alprazolam (Xanax) may be prescribed initially during the time period before the antidepressant takes effeut, and then gradually reduced in dosage For people with OCD, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, (SSRI)s, such as fluoxetine (Prozac), may be prescribed Panic attacks may resolve without treatment However SSRts may be prescribed to help reduce the intensity of attacks i I Cooking with Mildred... R, cip, s 6 He'art REUBEN CASSEROLE 1 (16 oz.) can sauerkraut, rinsed and drained 1 ½ cups corned beef, diced 1 cup shredded Swiss cheese 1/3 cup mayonnaise 2 tbsp. chili sauce 1 tbsp. spicy mustard 2 tbsp. sweet pickle relish 2 medium tomatoes, sliced 1 tbsp. melted butter 2 slices rye bread, cubed Place sauerkraut in a greased casserole. Top with corned beef, then cheese. Combine mayon- naise, chili sauce, mustard and relish and spread over cheese. Top with tomato slices. Toss butter with bread crumbs and spoon over top. Bake 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until mixture is hot and bread crumbs are browned. SQUASH PIE 2 cups grated squash 1 ½ cups sugar ½ cup butter 3 eggs 1 tbsp. flour 1 tsp. lemon flavoring 1 tsp. coconut flavoring 2 pie shells Mix all together and pour into 2 unbaked pie shells. Bake 350 degrees for 45 minutes. SALMON LOAF 1 (1 lb.) can salmon ½ cup herb stuffing mix % cup chopped onion 1 egg ½ cup mayonnaise Put salmon with liquid and all ingredients into a bowl. Mix well with fork until firm enough to make loaf. Put in casserole dish and bake 400 degrees for 30 minutes. MOIST CHOCOLATE CAKE 1 cup sugar 1 stick margarine 1 (16 oz.) can Hershey's chocolate syrup 4 eggs 1 cup self-rising flour 1 tsp. vanilla Blend all ingredients together and bake 350 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes in a 9x13 pan. Topping." 1 cup sugar ½ stick margarine 1/2 cup evaporated milk ½ cup chocolate chips ½ tsp. vanilla. miniature marshmallows Combine sugar, margarine and milk. Bring to a boil; let boil for 3 minutes. Remove from heat and stir in chocolate chips and vanilla. Sprinkle top of cake with marshmallows. Pour top- ping over marshmallows and swirl until melted. South Mountain Boys to be at Country C0000bin Sept.26 The South Mountain Boys will be featured at the Country Cabin on Saturday, September 26. Clogging, Two-Step, Free Style, Broom Dances and Cake Winks are featured. Local musicians are welcome for playing half-time breaks The Cabin is open Saturday nights from 7:30-10:30 p.m. It is located one and one-half miles west of Norton on The Crooked Road Musical Trail. Watch for signs. Jam sessions are held each Tuesday at 7 p.m. Admission is free and all musicians and spectators are welcome. Admission is $5 for adults (12 and over) and $1 for children two through 11. For more information, call 276-679-3541. CHS Class of 1954 to hold 55th year reunion on Oct. 3 The Castlewood High School letter concerning the reunion are Class of 1954 will hold its 55th year reunion on Saturday, Octo- ber 3, at the Greenway Haven Party House in Abingdon. The Social Hour is to begin at 5 p.m., and Dinner will follow at 6 p.m. Graduates of the Class of 1954 who did not receive a asked to call Mary Margaret Bailey, 762-7604, or Bobble Gullett, 495-1042. If anyone has an address for Dolores Branson Miller and/or Shirley Compton Milgrim, please call either of the two numbers above to share the information. UVa-Wise ard University of Seville are sister institutions The University of Virginia's when Encarnacion Sanchez-Lis- College at Wise is now a sister sen, a professor of the depart- institution of the University of ment of sciences of education, Seville following an agreement will soon spend a semester that creates the possibility of teaching and researching in sharing research programs, fa- Wise. culty and students. For more information, call "This agreement certainly re, the Office of College Relations, presents a great opportunity to 276-328-0130. open the door to another great European university," said Wi- • • • • • • • • • • • • • • told Woiny, field director of ,l'l=,,.IqI,J,I,l * international programs at UVa- • Wise. "We have a very good il  ’[|" ’itmma . experience with another sister , ,• institution in Spain the Uni- |[[ilIlT|+'$ • versity of Huelva, where already • • seven UVa-Wise students spent * Movie H0tline 00/S-Iila-1252- a semester or whole academic • Located in Downtown Norton, VA • year. It seemed logical to ex- . nortoncinema,com • • pand our study abroad oppor- . '******. tunitieScountries.,,in Spanish-speaking i  • • The University of Seville, • founded in 1505, is one of the • . oldest and most prestigious uni-  [ IAMI n ] • versities in Spain The university has 126 departments and 17,000 . / OIL₯: 4:45 • 7:00 • g:15 PM / • | SM/SUN: 12:20 • 2:35 • 4:45 • 7@0 | • L : "J students, and it offers 68 doc- torate programs, i.  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