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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, October 17, 2013 Page 5 % 1: 1 I ! REMEMBER THE GOOD OLD DAYS...This great picture belongs to Barbara Corp. St. Paul, VA October 5, 1963. Among this group is Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ann McCoy. The writing under the picture says, Assembly A &B Rockwell Mfg. Huff, Margaret Hall Suits, Patty Shortridge, Barbara Ann McCoy and Fern Litton. Thanks for sharing! ' 10th Annual Regional Stream Cleanup Kick-off Help clean up the Clinch River at the I0 Annual Region- al Stream Cleanup Kick-Off Saturday, October 19 at 10 am at the A.R. Matthews Park in St. Paul. Volunteers can either pre- register or show up the day of the event. Bring kayaks to help with this Clinch River cleanup, Gloves and trash bags are pro- vided. Sponsors of the event are table, Keep Southwest Virginia Beautiful, Clinch River Valley Initiative, Dominion Power, Clean Virginia Waterways and Tennessee Valley Authority. Dominion Power will provide lunch to all volunteers. To pre-register or fred out more, contact Upper Tennessee River Rotmdtable or Keep Southwest Virginia Beautiful at 276-628-1600 "or SCHOLAR ATHLETES...Castlewood High School Upper Tennessee River Round- sophomore Trevor Gilbert and eighth grade Jennifer Burns have been named First Six Weeks 2013-2014 Russell Public Scho,. Ath,,t.. program r ogn es a woumy ora.y female student who are currently participating in v.sL sport, C.S who arned high.t moon exhibit GPA for the six weeks. The CHS Booster Club is The main library in Lebanon should use the 3-D glasses that awarding the students cash prizes. Student athletes currently has a three panel are provided. On October 17that will he recognized each six weeks during the school exhibit titled The Moon: Cosmic 7:00 pm, the library will have a year. Decoder Ring, which examines moon watch program, viewing how the moon's craters help us the moon while it is nearly full. to better understand our solar There will be telescopes RCCC to host Homemade for the system. The exhibit is on loan avai|ahle, but p icipants may until October 18th, from the also bring their own telescopes Holidays Arts & Craft Show: .... and Plane ry ,nsti te in or binoculars if Come shop for beautifully public the Chance to buy or 'sell HOuston. The exhibit has 3-D case of rain, October 18= at 7:00 crafted items and find that one-of-a-kind, handmade holi- images, so patrons who view it pm is the alternate date. special gift for everyone on your day items or gently used holiday holiday shopping list at the d6cor. Homemade for the Holidays Arts Reservations are still being & Craft Show on November 1 accepted for vendor space. Only and 2 at the Russell County a few available spaces are left. Conference Center located in Each space offers a 10xl0 area Lebanon. with a table provided and will Homemade for the Holidays cost $15. Vendors may bring will be open to the public from 6 new, handmade holiday items or p:m. to 9 p.m., on Friday, gently used holiday items to sell. November 1 and from 8 a.m. to For more information on this 3 p.m. on SaturdaY, November 2. event or to reserve a space, This event will offer the general please contact 276-889-8180. Stop for avy school bus loading or unloading children! IT'S THE LAW! 4 Happy 90th birthday! Phyllis Lambert A 90th birthday celebration for Phyllis (Phyl) Lambert given by family and friends will be held on Sunday, October 27, from 1-4 pm at the Sulphur Springs United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall on Hwy 58 in Dickensonville at 107 Sulphur Springs Circle, Castlewood. For more info call 276-591-6051.Come by to spend time and wish her a happy 90th birthday 10:00 AM-2:00 PM I0:00 - 2:00 WONPEI LANP EXPgE$I, TRAIN I IPE ; 7:oo- ??? APPLE BUTTEg MAKINg** MAgI(ET 5Q~UAKE LADIES OF THE EASTERN STAg **BAKE SALE lli:;O - 12: 0 JACK TALES WITH CHAI LIE EN LE TEEPEE WITH INDIAN AR.TIFAT$-MICHAEL I I(t EY 11:00 - 12:00 HAY ~IDE$ - K/M'$ CR.AZY dOgN MAZE Ul up Loretta Duty Old Russell County Courthn..sP ra. un^ .. ~r.lkZL_li~l,,E. ~. " lJ# r ." 11 ~ ~, ~.,~' ~, ...... ~ ,i J Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013 l 1;~ a.m. until 3,'00 p.m. "How To Make Hand-Crafted Christmas Ornaments" Demonstration by Fran Combs Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013 5.1)0 p.m until 8~ p.m. ~ndlelight Tour of the Old Courthouse Don't: Miss This Fir~t-~me Event! Sunday, January 5, 2014 2:00 p.m. until 5.'00 p.rn. TradEional "Old: Christmas" Celebration CO~A e~I(KEY TEA; tITTLE FEET DANCE ;TUDtO DANCE,.; PUMPKIN DEE.ORATIN dON:TEST -JUP/N AT 12:00 BR./N YOUR PUMPKIN 12:00- 1:00 KIDS PUMPKIN PAINTINg'** MARKET $O.UA/ t OLD TiME gEMEDIEJ; WiTH PLANT; AND HEI Bf,- TEAM E ;TONOA LACIC;MITH AND WOOD BUR.NIN DEMONLTgATtON t0:00 TO 2:00 ,lST M/It gtNP/N#** COgN MEAL LQ, UAE DANCE CALLIN W/TH AUBKEY WA D 10:00 - 2:00 (OAL HE JTA E A T/FAdT$ AND DEMONSTrATIoN. HILLMAN HOUSE Q, UILTIN DEMONSTRATION AND P/SPLAY ALL PAY ANTIO.UE TOOL ; DEMONLTI ATION ALL DAY ,.;OUP BEAN:; AND FI{IEP (.OR.N BR.EAP BAKE $ALE$: (.AE., OOKIE' ;. BOWNIE,J, .ANDY JEWELRY MA1N( DEMONSTRATION ***I0 TIt 2 PHOTO(j APHY DI .;FLAY$ WtTH PHOTO( g.APHY CLU6 CANDLE MA K/N( PEMONSTR.A T/ON$ WITH TAPER. BA BIE$ CANDLES BUS TOU~$ IWITH JEggy COUCH HILTOR.Y OF ASSEMBLY OF CHUgCH FR.EE *** dHILDR.EN ONLY **CUP CAKE WALK MANDOLIN AND TOT X TELLIN - WANPA (AgTEg KID dgAFT$ ANP FACE PAINT/N PIONEEI AY$- HELEN OWENS NANCY EVANS;- WOODEN FUI NITUE