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Page 4 CLI, NCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, October 10, 2013 "STAR OF THE WEEK" Stars at Copper Creek Elementary At Copper Creek Elementary each week children are chosen from each classroom as the Star of the Week. These children are chosen for exhibiting great behavior and work habits. As a reward the children enjoy lunch dcnic with the assistant asap m principal every Friday. The following children have been chosen as Star of the Week during the month of September: Pre-K! Matthew Gibson, Dylan Bentley, Taylor Lambert, Natalee Austin, Serenity Maiden, Cole Smith, Brandon Bednarcik, Parker King and Leland Combs. Kindergarten: Charleigh Hall, Jozy Phillips, Meadow Maxfield, Christopher King, Tru Ruff, Sophia Couch, Tanner Mullins, Jasper Salyers, Kierra Hale, Katie Bentley, Aden Phillios and Crai Mullins, Jr. m ill. VISIT TO ESTONOA...During the remedial summer school program at Castlewood Elementary, students explored the local environment at Estonoa with Terry Vencil as their knowledgeable guide. The students were engaged with the offerings of nature all around the wetlands. The visit was very informative   for the children who were very inquisitive and enthusiastic throughout the July ' visit. Blogging Russell County Public Library Library Booth at the Govern- ment Center, 5:30 pm Honaker Library has the fol- lowing upcoming programs: October 15: Library Board Meeting, 5:00 pm Crochet every Friday, 4:00 pm Libraries CLOSED October 14 th for Columbus Day. Story Time Wednesdays 10:30 am Lebanon Library; Free movie & popcorn every 1 t Saturday, 12:00 pm, Lebanon Library. Leg• Club 3:30-5:00 pm every 2 " Tuesday in Lebanon. programs ; Lebanon Library has the fol- !:l'owing upcoming programs: +i October 17: Moon Watch, 00 pm (rain date Oct. 18 th, i?:00 pm) October 18: Fun4Kids, lib- irgry gl?osts and the moon, 3:30 : October 23: Book Club, House of Stone by Anthony Sha- .idid, 1:00 pm ': October 24: Pumpkin Paint- ing, 4:00 pm • October 26: Family Movie Marathon, 12:00 noon - 10 pm October 31: Fall Festival 16646 Russell St. (beside St. Paul Fire Dept.) OPEN SATURDAYS 10-12 workshop set for Oct. 17 Blogging can be a great tool to communicate and engage potential customers and establish yourself as a subject matter ex- pert. The University of Virginia's College at Wise Office of Econo- mic Development is offering Blogging on October 17 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Southwest Virginia Technology Develop- ment Center in Lebanon. In this Blogging workshop, participants will use Word_Press to develop their own biog. instructor Jeremy Bise of ThoseGeeks, will help partici- pants choose a domain name, find a web host, and learn to develop compelling content that will help establish a loyal blog following. The cost for the class is $39. Pre-registration is required and enrollment is limited. For more information or to register, call / / / CHS SCA President Walker Long meeting with State Farm representatives Celebrate my Drive Castlewood High School's teens and the fact that the first SCA President, Walker Long, year of driving is the most and other Community Service dangerous, CHS felt that the Team committee members, met program was very important to with State Farm representatives not only the student body, but to this past week to plan the adults as well. During National upcoming Celebrate my Drive Teen Safety Week on October 18 program. Celebrate my Drive through October 26, our was created by State Farm in community will have the 2012 to share the belief that safe opportunity to show their driving is a lifelong commitment support of Castlewood High from the start. With crashes School by voting online at being the number one killer of www.celebratemydrive.com. The Cooking with Mildred... Recipes by He,art COUNTRY FRIED STEAK AND GRAVY 1 pkg. cube steak (5 or 6 pieces) 1 can golden mushroom soup 1 onion, slice and ringed Cut steak into serving size pieces. Roll steak in flour. Salt and pepper meat. Brown in skillet with oil. Brown on both sides. Spray 9x 13 dish with Pam. Put sliced onions on bottom of casserole dish. Layer with steak, onions, steak, etc. Heat soup plus 1 can water in the skillet that you browned your steak in. Stir until it boils. Pour over steak and onions. Cover with foil and bake 350 ฐ for 1 hour. MOUNTAIN DEW CAKE 1 yellow cake mix 1 pkg. Dream Whip 4 eggs ฝ cup water ฝ cup oil ฝ cup Mountain Dew ผ cup sugar ผ cup water ผ cup Mountain Dew 1 stick margarine Mix cake mix, Dream Whip, eggs, water, oil and Mountain Dew. Mix well. Pour into a bundt pan. Bake 350 ฐ for 25 to 30 minutes. Boil sugar, water, Mountain Dew and margarine. Boil for 5 minutes. Pour over hot cake while still in pan. Cool completely before removing PINEAPPLE CASSEROLE 2 cans chunk pineapple 2/3 cup sugar 2 tbsp. flour 6 oz. shredded cheddar cheese 1 ฝ stacks Ritz crackers 1 stick melted butter Mix pineapple, sugar, flour and cheese. Pour into casserole dish. Top with crushed crackers and melted butter. Bake 350 ฐ until golden brown. TACO SOUP 1 ฝ lb. ground beef 1 can kidney beans 1 can pinto beans 1 can corn 1 small can mushrooms 1 small can green chilies 1 pkg. dry taco seasoning 1 pkg. ranch dressing mix 2 cans stewed tomatoes Brown grotmd beef, drain. Pour everything into crockpot. Do not drain anything and may need to add water according to how thick you want it. Cook on low. Receive 10 free autumn classic trees by joining the Arbor Day Foundation CHS Chapter of Future Business Leaders has set up a Fatฐbook page (Castlewood FBLA) which will provide up to date announcements for activities planned. The community is encouraged to get involved and remember, 2N2:2 eyes on the road, 2 hands on the wheel. For further information log onto Facebook or visit the new school website at http://chs.russell.kl 2.va.us/. Dig up a date Saturday, October 26 at the Saint Paul High School gym, the Friends of the J. Fred Matthews Memorial Library and Cathy Mays State Farm Insurance will host a Zombie Prom from 6-8 pm. Dress in your best Zombie costume and come join us for lots of Zombie mayhem and fun. There will be music, prizes, food and a Zombie king and queen of the prom will be crowned as well as prom pictures will be available. In previous years the Friends of the Library have sponsored a Zombie Walk, but due to the unpredictable weather, they decided this year to move the fun indoors and have a Zombie Prom. Admission is a $5.00 or more donation to the Friends. Children under age i2 must be accompanied by an adult. All funds will be. used to assist the library with expenditures throughout the year. For more information, contact the "library at 276.762.9702. oeoooooooooooooooo iqt,00 Cinema City i 'Stadium Theatres' : Movie Ho,,oo 2/6-6/9-4252 ;  Located in Downtown Norton, VA * or _,_anvtime by appointment 276-889-8180 or visit from pan. The Arbor Day Foundation : norlonclnema.gom . www.svtdc.org. will brighten up your fall by *********** i NP INDICATES A NO PASS FEATURE • -- . -- • Contact Jerry Couch 762 9514 offering l0 free autumn classics f ;ldll::  ]• trees when you join the / f et.ouDv wrm A c.Nc 11 • organization in October. t t oF Mr=xrm,,u.s = = =   • , i The free trees are part of the / [ DALLY: r:00 PM ] l : i t SA+-so.:,:+ ~ ,,ji nonprofit Arbor Day ! ........ . " ....................... Foundation's Trees for America / / 1 GRAVrrY aD I='G-la "1 / / • i '- " -++ + ';; campaign, a program dedicated .* / / SAT-SUN: 12:00 • 2.'00 / I • to environmental stewardship " t I, r:ao - 9:30  ฎ,j through the planting of trees. .* i,LRV Everyone who joins the Arbor • f cLouvwmn.',e',v-  •• / OFMr=,,,=u_t_S =  / • i  L ,==_ -- - -.- 2 i Day Foundation in October will •• /l SAT-SON:ONLY: 5.-00- 0:15 PM12:30 - 2:45 |/ 0• receive 10 free autumn classics: " L s:m,9:+5 ..j , Two sugar maples, two red map- • les, and one each of scarlet oak, a ." f oRvrrv -a ) = sse| Co sweetgum, northern red oak, •• L/ . SAT-SuN:DAILY:4:30PM4:30 PM N,J/ • ty C silver maple, white flowering • ,  I un ourthouse dogwood and Washington : f RUNNER RUNNma R ] : , . " : day, 0 Sp 00 p CALENDAR oF EVENTS hawthorn. , , O^,LY:4:4s-r:oo-a:aOM , • - ' "Members will especially " l z:o. 9:ao pm ,€1 • W,. 'P,'t enjoy these trees during the •: -f amONman '1 :• [ " 0 ( i H0r]e ,, ::i.?ii 1 4!, Russell Satur County Hi storicalCt' 12, 2013, 2:Socie ty R egular .re.Meeting any add autumn months because they'll yard abundant,or landscape vibrant for color years to ••• /• |L SA'I'-SUN: 12:15 • 3:0 | • DALLY: R:4 • fl:&5 RVI 6:45 - g:4 R VI NPJ/ •: Guest eaker to come," said John Rosenow, :  c.=-r,.,u.  "_ founder and chief executive of • / DAILY: 5:00 • 7:15 • 9:45 PM / ." ' • / SAT-SUN: 12:30 - 2:45 - 5 ] , Steven Fox, local Civil War Historian the Arbor Day Foundation. • I, 7:15• 9:45 PM NP J • .::!; - . The trees will be shipped . r IRUHR ) • wwwwwwwwwewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww postpaid at the right time for " / DAILY:4f10-Z:15-10PM / - Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013 planting, between November 1 : / SAT-SUN:12:45-4:30-7:15 / ; : f,ข .  10 rl t and December 10. The 6- to 12- : -10PM NP ee .. I I :OO a.m, until 3 p.m. inch trees are guaranteed to grow " f CAR/gIN IPIILLIP8 IgNl-13 ] : I1# • ,:: i,i'. 'ia i( How -I-o Make Hand-Crafted or they will be replaced free of • 1• i DAILY:4:15 • 7- 9:45 PM | •SAT_SUN: 12 - 4:15 - 7 | • : Christmas Ornaments" charge. Planting instructions will . L -9:45 pu . j :  be enclosed with each shipment • ! Demonstration by Fran Comb' " " 5 of trees. - f WE'RSrHM,''=RS R i ฐ • *****we****we.e.eew**ee To receive the free trees, send : L DALLY: 4:30 - 7:30  J : ,,@ 1 " a $ lO membership contribution : f T1PIE F/MAILY R ] : • o . , Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013 to Autumn Classics Trees, Arbor • / DAILY: 10:00 PM | o (' ข"3  -'.r'  5.t)0 p.m until 8 p.m. . Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Ave., : t S^,-SUN: ,2:,s-'0:00PM J : Nebraska City' NE 68410' by • 'N"'D|OU':e+'a'r'=R'  Canflle!kjht Tour of the Old Courthouse October 31, 2013, or join online : • | f DALLY: 4:45ฐ-1a7:15- 9:45  1] : ' Don t Miss This Rrst-rne Event! at www.arborday.org. • / SAr-suN:,a:ls-2:ao-4:4s / • • , 7:15 - 0:45 PM j • CVTimes Deadlines: • N(P INDICATES A NO PASS FEATURE • Sunday, January S, 2014 Editorial copy   Lebanon VA :,:oo p.m. until 5:00 p.m. (birthdays, anniversaries, 'k CENTRAL. RV P, ) Box 939 o.,v00 , . , Traditional Old Christmas Celebration press releases, calendar items,  weddings, etc.) ,7-67-37 1 Visit: WLRV, com ' Phone: 889-1 380 Fax: 889-t 138o The public is cordially invited to attend I ;' all these events. Come be part of I the"OId Courthouse Experience." I 4 p.m. Monday Advertising (classified and display) 12 noon Tuesday 0••00•0••0000•000•