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Illl!mlmulwlm J tliltimlWliiiiHi!illlll +. • Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, September 24. 2009 !•iRing, Gilbert and Johnson RCARC to host lead Blue Devils to victory by Allen Gregory set 25-12, the Devils took the The trio of All Ring, Haley final three sets 25-20, 25-19 and • Gilbert and Kristin Johnson, 25-11to win the match. blonD with Ashley Osborne All Ring's 12 kills along continue to give the Devils with 10 kills form Gilbert and • consistent play. 19 assists from Johnson That consistent play gave continue to come up with key : the Devils their second win of plays while Osborne plays [he season on Tuesday at extremely well all over the ) Honaker. After losing the first court. :Castlewood prevails in Sept. 14 Cumberland District golf match Castlewood High School's . golf team, with a score of 158, :. won a Cumberland District golf " haatch held at Cedar Hills : Country Club in Jonesville on Monday, September 14. In '2Second place was Thomas " Walker High School, whose team scored 196, and Twin , $prings, with 207, was third. ./_ Castlewood players included , + ,Justin Smith, 37, medalist; ,Grant Marshall, 39; Derek A1- - ,+ len, 41; Jordan Lovelace, 41; Seth Justice 51; and Ben Fields, 54. Schools must have at least four members competing in or- der to qualify as a team. St. Paul, with three players, and Rye Cove with two, also partici- pated, but neither school was included in the totals, as neither had a full team. St. Paul's players included Joe Homer, 44; Dallas Hileman, 52; and David Kiser, 59. All Star Wrestling The Russell County Amateur Radio Club, Inc., (RCARC, Inc.) will host NWA All-Star Wrestling at the Lebanon Middle School gymnasium on Saturday, October 3. Bell time is 8 p.m. Ricky Morton, one-half of the world famous Rock N' Roll Express, will be in action as well a former WWE/WCW/ ECW star EZ Money, "Pretty Boy" Stan Lee, Iron Cross, Mini Cena and many more. Advance tickets are on sale at Samson's Gym in St. Paul, and Pizza Plus on Main Street in Le- banon. Advance ringside tickets are only $10 ($12 at the gate)• Advance general admission tick- ets are $8 ($10 at the gate). For more information, call Jamie Combs, 889-4444. Lady Vikings get by Lady. :Lady Devil Youth Basketball Devils -sign ups are Sept. 28 and 30 The cost for the 2009 league is $25. Anyone who is unable to get to the school to sign up on the announced dates is asked to come by the high school or e- mail Coach Barry Ruff at bruff@russell.k 12.va.us. The deadline for sign ups is Friday, October 2. -- The Lady Blue Devil Youth League Basketball program has announced that sign ups will be held on Monday, September 28, • and Wednesday, September 30. All girls in rudes K-7 are invited to participate. Two age divisions, K-3 and 4-7, are , available. FIRSTGOV.gov by Allen Gregory The young and improving Lady Blue Devils volleyball team played very hard and well bm lost a four set match to the visiting Vikings. The Devils won the first set 25-19 but could not keep up the excellent game and lost the final three sets by scores of 25-13, 25- 18 and 25-20. All Ring and Haley Gilbert worked hard at the net and Kristin Johnson worked hard on the back line but the experience of the Vikings was too much for the Devils• lead to earlier 00Modified 1 (800) FED-INFO program will licensure for prospective special ed teachers "It also will result in lower attrition rates for new teachers since they will have received the instruction and practical expe- rience to be more effective as teachers. This opportunity for li- censure at the undergraduate le- vel modifies the former program that required students to com- plete graduate work prior to receiving their teaching li- cense." Interdisciplinary studies tea- cher candidates who select this program will be able to earn full licensure to teach special educa- tion while becoming highly qualified to teach either elemen- tary education or secondary English. The multidisciplinary course work kin the baccalau- reate degree will span the dis- ciplines of English literature, composition and linguistics; his- tory; fine and performing arts; mathematics and statistics; natu- ral sciences; social sciences; human growth and develop- ment; and educational founda- tions, technology, theories and methods. In addition, students will have opportunities for se- veral early field experiences prior to student teaching. "Many states, including Vir- ginia, struggle with teacher sup- pl and demand, particularly with regards to special educa- tion teachers," said Cheryl Ba- ker, graduate program director for special education. "Combine the fact that teacher preparation programs graduate only half the number of teachers needed to fulfill the needs of the K-12 system with research that sug- gests approximately 20 percent of new teachers will leave the profession within five years of entry, and it is no surprise that special education classrooms are sometimes filled with under- qualified teachers." Of the 132 school divisions surveyed by the state, less than 30 percent projected an ade- quate number of special educa- tors through the 2011-12 school year, Baker added, while an average of almost 40 percent anticipated a severe shortage for special education teaching and administrative positions for their school division in Virginia. "I am delighted that this new program will both help reduce the teacher shortage and help these children with special needs by providing highly qua- lified teachers," said William Graves, dean of the university's Darden College of Education. "ODU is working to meet the needs of the Commonwealth for highly qualified teachers in every child's classroom." For more information about the new program, e-mail either Baker (csbaker@odu.edu) or Esinhart (eesinhar(,odu.edu. For infoimation a-bout the pro- gram at the MECC Distance Learning Center, call Brenda Neal or Barbara Omdorff, 276- 523-8294, or e-mail tmmecc @odu.edu. To help meet the critical :demand for special education teachers, Old Dominion Uni- '" versity is reshaping its program to provide students with an opportunity to receive licensure to teach special education general curriculum, K-12, upon .receipt of their bachelor of science degree in interdiscipli- • Tmry studies. ,, The program will be offered . on the main ODU campus, as well as at the university's higher "education centers and distance "; learning sites, including ODU's Distance Learning Site at Moun- tain Empire Community Col- lege, Big Stone Gap. ".. ODU/s College of Arts and ' Letters, in cooperation with the Darden College of Education, has modified the university's : undergraduate teacher prepara- tion program to help the Com- monwealth of Virginia meet this immediate need for special edu- cation teachers. The program, which will be offered starting with the fall 2009 semester, re- cently received approval from the Virginia Department of Edu- cation. "This interdisciplinary stud- ies teacher preparation pmgnun will provide an increased pool of well-trained, well-qualified, special education teachers who will understand and have ex- perience with the theories and instructional strategies to effec- tively teach special education students," said Elizabeth Esin- hart r proranadirector. Billy Wayne WAMPL R 3 00Just Can't Ignore) 0+ Years Y (Successful Management) EXPERIENC ilding Siz [Honest. Dependable. Dedicated l Friend And Supporter Of for TREASURER Farmers - continued land-use Teachers & Schools -raises Cannery - keep open ataffordable prices Fire & Rescue - continued funding / Pledge as Treasurer to never Forget the Citizens of Russell County. Paid for and Authorized by Candidate I I I 2008 FALL FLING...Virginia Highland Pipes and Drums 31 Annual Wise County Famous Fall Fling scheduled for October 3 and 4 The theme for the 31st Annual Wise County Famous Fall Fling is "WISE: The Place to Be in Southwest Virginia", and that will be apparent to all visitors and friends the first weekend in October• With a backdrop of the newly renovated historic Wise County Court- house showcased by stately trees ablaze with fall color, downtown Wise will be brimming over with arts, crafts, demonstrators, and much more. Scheduled for the first full weekend in October each year, this year's Fling will be held Saturday and Sunday, October 3 & 4. Pre Fall Fling activities in- clude a Talent Show on Thurs- day, October 1; a Community Yard Sale on Friday, along with a free soup bean lunch at First Bank and Trust, with music provided by The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Plans are also in the works for the Annual Spaghetti Supper with the Methodist Church. The Fling officially opens Saturday morning at 9 am. Well over a hundred vendors will be open for business and include a wide variety of handmade mountain crafts, all kinds of food, commercial exhibits and more. Glen Roberts, who coordinates the music, promises that this year's line-up to be the best ever. The music will be continuous all day Saturday, and begin at 12:00 on Sunday. Sure to please Saturday will be Tommy Short, Charles Engle & "Big Red Rug", Kentucky Mountain Melody, the Sugar Cane Cloggers, Storyteller O.H. Peters, Glenn Roberts and "Almost Acoustic", Appalachian Strings, Tyler Hughes and the Generation Gap, and Old, Fat, and Sloe. Sunday's line-up will begin with "Miss Dovie", and continue with Mountain Music Makers, Jake Ravizee, His Four Quartet, Scottish Bagpipes. East Kentucky Tyme, Glimpse of Grace, Ken Childress and Jimmy Mullins, and Kings' Messengers. Mountain View Regional Medical Center will again spon- sor a Health Fair on Saturday, and provide the following: blood pressure and blood sugar checks, and lung volume tests. Be sure and pick up free info on nutrition, flu facts, healthy heart, stroke, diabetes, and cancer awareness• The Kids' Korner will return with the always favorite fire truck rides, gold panning, finger painting, face painting, sand art, pumpkin painting, bungee- jumping and inflatables• New this year will be a Corn Hole Tournament. The Lonesome Pine Re- gional Library returns with a big book giveaway, and will be issuing library cards with proper ID. There will be the 8 m Annual Walk for Paws, and Pet Adoption• Be sure to get your picture taken with Juggler David Bear Stuart, showing off, in addition to juggling, Chinese stick tricks and hand-eye toys. Rainbows of colorful balls and his impressive five-ball juggle promise to mesmerize• Other returning favorites include a Car Show, Fall Fling Fashion Show, Pet Contest, 5K Run and 1 Mile Fitness Walk, sanctioned by the State of Franklin Track Club, a Senior Citizen Lunch, and Chili Cook- Off. Mountain Rose Vineyard, located a short distance away, will be having a wine and grape tasting, grape stomping contest, apple butter stir-off and more. Camp Bethel, just outside the town limits, will be having a skateboard competition. The Lonesome Pine Band Festival will be held at Carroll Dale Stadium, J.J. Kelly High School Saturday afternoon, October 3. The Fling will showcase several talented demonstrators this year: Bill Dotten, Coeburn, woodspinner; Mark Ramsey, Big Stone Gap, blacksmith; Fiona Zanke, Big Stone Gap, spinner; Nat and Sherri Hyder, Hampton, TN, who will be making lye soap the way it was done in the 1700 and 1800's. over an open fire and in a cast iron kettle. New to the Fling will be Lynn Bowers, Kingsport, with bas- kets; and Ganell Marshall, with cornshuck dolls• Nancy Porter, Max Meadows, Va. will be demonstrating chair caning, and may repair your chair during the Fling weekend. Suzanne Adams Ramsey and friends will be quilting, and recruiting members for a new quilting group• The Wise County Historical Society will be open all day Saturday and Sunday afternoon to help with historical research. Their wonderful and hard to find collection of books will also be available for purchase. The Wise County Famous Fall Fling is proudly sponsored by the Wise Business As- sociation, and funded by the Town of Wise, Wise County Board of Supervisors, Wise County Office of Tourism, and the generous donations of the local business community• The goal of the Fall Fling is to "create a sense of community", to promote our area businesses, and to showcase our many talented people. Please call 276-328-8184, for more information, or go to www.wisefallfling.com. Lays Hardware Center for( _ ) the Arts announces musical and class schedules for fall Drinking Water. Know What's In It For You. Call your water supplier or the Safe Drinking Water Hotline at Lays Hardware Center for the Arts, 408 Front Street, Coeburn, has announced the schedule for June. Jam Sessions are held tevery Thursday from 6:30-10:30, with doors opening at 6 p.m. Admis- sion is free. The events are open to musicians and spectators. On Friday nights, live blue- grass is featured between 7:30- 10:30, with doors open at 6 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults, $1 for children 6-12, and children under 6 are admitted free. Friday perforn!ances include: Friday, September 25, Moun- tain Tradition; and Friday, October 2, Lonesome Will and the Virginia Playboys. Several classes are offered at the Lay's Center for the Arts. They include: Bob Ross Painting Class on the fourth Monday of each month. The next class will be September 28, at 10 a.m. Call Jay Holdway, 423-612-7027, A Stained Glass class is every Thursday at 8 p.m. Call Rita Porter, 276-396-6103. A Pottery/Ceramics class meets Wednesdays at 5 p.m. Call Bill Dotten, 276-395-2162, A Quilting. class meets Monday evenings. Call Bill Dotten, 276-395-2163. A Food Preservation class, (canning, jelly making, etc.), is now forming. 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