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BEAUTIFUL FALL DECORATIONS...Members of Girl Scout Troop 189 decorated the J. Fred Matthews Library for fall. The library would like to thank Troop 189 for the decorations and invite everyone to come by and see them. ....... South Mountain t}eys at Country Cabin The Country Cabin, located in Norton on The Crooked Road Music Trail will feature South Mountain Boys on Saturday; October 22. Admission for the night is $5 for adults (12 and over) and $1 for children 2-11. Each Saturday night, from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm, live bluegrass music from the best in local bands is featured. Dancing includes, clogging, two-step, free- style, broom dances and cake walks. Local musicians are welcome to play halftime breaks. The Country Cabin is located -" one and one-half miles west of AFTER SCHOOL...Katie Hicks, a Castlewood High Norton (between Norton and School student, works with the pottery wheel. Appalachia). Watch for signs. - 21 st Century Reach After School program at Castlewood High Students at Castlewood High School have a unique opport- unity to enjoy hands on activities while learning during the 21 st Century Reach After School program which is held Monday- Thursday from 3:30 to 5:00+ This week during the Reach After School Program participants will : learn more about Mexican Cra- _ - fts, basic cooking skills, working :-: with pottery and scratch board, multimedia projects and recreat- ional activities. On Thursday, October 20, Castlewood High School will participate in a nationwide celebration known as Lights on After School. During the celebration after school students will decorate cupcakes, participate in various leadership activities, and compete to win prizes! The After School Reach program is available for all Castlewood High School students. A nutritional snack is provided following school and transportation is provided for all participants. The 21st Century Reach after School program runs Monday through Thursday from 3:30 until 5:00 unless otherwise announced. Anyone interested in attending should see Mrs. Allen in the Business Department. Lays Arts Center to host classes Lays HardWare Center forthe The third is a four-week Arts in Coeburn will host three four-week classes which will begin during the coming the first week of November. A Beginner's Pottery Class will start on Wednesday, Nov- ember 2, beginning at 7 p.m. The fee for the four-week class is $60, and gift certificates are available. One-on-one instruc- tion is available, and all supplies are included. A four-week Ceramic Class will begin Thursday, November 3, at 6 p.m. The fee is $60, and there is a 20 project limit. Learn how to pour ceramic molds and related skills. Stained Glass Class for Begin- ners. This class beginsMonday, November 7, and the fee is $60.00. The copper foil tech- nique will be taught. All sup- plies are included, and indivi- dualized instruction will be available. The studio where all of these classes will be taught is located on the second floor, 409 Front Street East in Coeburn. To register or for more information about any of the3se classes, contact Studio Manager Susan L. Powers, 276-429-5380 or Tune in to WLRV everyday for upcoming and exciting events happening in your area. All your favorite music: Country, Gospel, Bluegrass, and Rock-N-Roll Oldies all on 1380 AM and Charter Cable Channel 16 "Your Friendly Neighborhood Radio Station. " Log on to P.O. Box 939 Lebanon, VA 24266 Phone (276) 8891380 Fax (276) 889-1388 Events at the Country Cabin are sponsored by Appalachian Traditions, Inc., a non-profit organization. No alcohol is per- mitted. For more information, call 276-679-3541. Jam sessions are held each Tuesday night at 7:00 p.m. Free admission. All musicians and spectators welcome. H tppy Birthday! Just 100k ht's turned 60! SPES SPELLING BEE WINNERS...Class winners in the SPES Spelling Bee were, left to right, Gabby Kiser, Emily Lee, Jasmyne Turner and N/cole Rose. PARTICIPANTS...Participating in the SPES Spelling Bee were, left to right, front row, Hannah Steele, Lexy Mays and Emily Lee; second row, Jasmyne Turner, Makia Phillips, Megan Long and Hannah Ingle; third row, Jayme Salyers,/ustin Hamilton and Jack Ward; and fourth row, Makayla Funk, Gabby Kiser, Nicole Rose, Summer Holbrooks and Charlie Ward. Can you spell foreign, rehear- sal, compelling or heights? These are a few of the words St. Paul Elementary students spelled to win the annual grade level Spelling Bee, held Octo- ber 11 and 12 in the school cafeteria. Students in grades four through seven competed. Students participating in fourth grade were N/cole Rose, Charlie Ward and Summer Hol- brooks. Competing for fifth grade were Megan Long, Han- nah Ingle and Jasmyne Turner. Sixth grade participants were Lexy Mays, Hannah Steele, Jack Ward, Jayme Salyers, Makia Phillips and Emily Lee. Com- peting for the seventh grade title were Austin Hamilton, Makayla Funk and Gabby Kiser, Winners were Gabby Kiser, seventh grade; Emily Lee, sixth grade; Jasmyne Turner, fifth grade; and N/cole Rose, fourth grade. Each grade level winner received a gift card from Wal- Mart. NEW VOTER INFORMATION Dante Precinct Polling Place Change Voter Registration DeadlineNearing All citizens who plan to vote in the upcoming November 8, 2011 Generai Election must be registered by October 17, 2011. The deadline to apply for an absentee ballot By Mail is: November 1 and in Person is: November 5. If you want ballot to be mailed, application must be in the Registrar's Office by November 1,2011. Due to redistricting, all voters in Russell County will receive a new Voter Information Card. Once the vot- er receives a new voter information card they should destroy the old card, the new card will replace the old one. POLLING PLACE LOCATION FOR DANTE PRECINCT All registered voters in the Dante Precinct will be voting at the New Dante Community Center; 142 Lower Bearwallow Rd, Dante VA 24237; telephone number is 495-1247. No registered voters will be voting at the old precinct in the Dante Fire Department Building. If anyone has questions about the new voter information cards or the precincts they should contact the Russell County Registrar's Office at 276-889- 8006. Linda H. Newberry, General Registrar Russell County Electoral Board SPES holds annual grade level Spelling Bee Grade level wnners will tom- v/lie, Tennessee, in March. pete in a school wide bee in November to select a student to represent the school at the re- gional Spelling Bee in Knox- They will also compete in the Wise County Spelling Bee to be held at St. Paul Elementary School on December 6 at 6 p.m. Food City Treasure Hunt returns Tlae folks at Food City:are gear/fig up for the return of the Food City Treasure Hunt. The contest, which features a new format, will kick off on October 23 and continue through Decem- ber 17. "The Food City Treasure Hunt is one of our most popular contests and we're excited to bring it back with an exciting new concept," said Steven C. Smith, Food City president and chief executive officer. "We look forward to hosting our finalists at the gala event and giving away some great cash prizes." Food City shoppers who use their ValuCard to purchase ten or more exclusive brand items in a single transaction will receive a special receipt with a large alphabetical letter imprinted at the bottom. A different letter will print each week for eight weeks, spelling the word "TREA- SURE". i Shoppers must collectall eight letters to qualify for the contest. Participating brands include Food City Fresh, Food Club, Paws, Top Care, Terry's, Kems', Moore's, Valu Time, Lay's, Kay's, World Classics, Rosario's, Full Circle, Domestix, Academix, Easyclix, and Bistro : Deli Classics. Thirty finalists will be chos- • en form each of three geographic = areas to attend a special Holiday Treasure Hunt Gala. Separate events will be held for each of 7, the three areas. At each event, - one grand-prize winner selected to receive $5,000, one first-prize • winner will receive $3,000, one : second-prize winner will receive : $1,000 and the remaining final- •• ists will receive either a $50 : Food City Gift Card or a gift • basket. ? "We are certainly looking forward to the return of the Food City Treasure Hunt," said Ron Bonacci, vice president of mar- keting for Food City, "We have • combined some sensational new elements with one of ou r shop- per's favorite p.romotions for. • what we think wall be an exct- : ing contest for our loyal shop- : pers . • The contest is open to legal : residents of Tennessee, Kent- " ucky, Virginia, North Carolina or • West Virginia, 18 years or older : at the time of entry. No purchase : is necessary, Some restrictions apply. Please see participating Food City locations for the official rules and regulations. 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