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'Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, October 20, 2016 / 's mission The Commission on Adult Basic Education (COABE) is a national organization whose mis- sion is to provide leader- ship, communication, pro- fessional development and advocacy for adult educa- tion and literacy practition- ers in order to advance quality services for all adult learners. COABE states that its purpose it to inspire educators so adults succeed and communities thrive. COABE has identified the following challenges in adult education: (1) One out of every six adults in 'the U.S. lacks basic read- ]ng skills. That means 36 million people can't read a job application, understand 'basic written instructions, or read the lnternet. (2) Two out of every six adults in the U.S. cannot handle basic numbers, like work- ing a cash register, or understanding a transit 'schedule. (3) The U.S. con- sistently scores below the international average for modern problem-solving skills. COABE states a solu- tion for these challenges, "We can make America more competitive, build stronger communities, and add to our tax base while containing costs. We can put ,adults on sustainable paths out of poverty and open up new avenues to financial security and the middle class." This can be done with the tool of education. Adult basic education, offered by programs like Southwest Regional Adult Education, lets individuals turn things around for themselves, and its impact can last for gen- erations. The benefits of adult education are many. Studies show that a moth- er's education level is the greatest determinant of her children's future academic success, outweighing other factors such as neighbor- hood or family income. Education levels have more impact on lifelong earnings than any other demographic factor, including race, gender, or ethnic origin. For every dollar invested in adult basic education, a commu- nity receives back in increased income, property taxes, and savings on wel- fare and legal system Compliments Pastor Jessie M. Jones 762-7963 The best move I ever made Well, I guess there'rebe examined to serve in the some things that' happen as United States Army and the we wind down this road of day I received a letter life that will always stand telling me that I had been 'out in our memory. Many turned down and placed in 'things that I remember are Class B. I remember the from the days past and morning that they had ,gone. I would just like to announced over the radio :name a few of them. I that the singer Hank remember when I saw my Williams had passed away. -first airplane. I remember I was standing in the ,the first time I ever talked Chevrolet garage in St. a telephone. I remember Paul, Virginia. I remember W ~talking to my dear friend going and seeing my furst :Kermit Ervin, bits and bluegrass show. It was pieces of my Grandma's done by the late and great funeral, the day I was mar- Carter and Ralph Stanley at Sried, the day I was called to the little red schoolhouse in 1 $ Wah ut Tree Lal4e ' ' Oastlewood Now aeeepti g e rollmeat applieatio sl. Pay Care After School Care Coet'ao Mffzi Flemieg/Owaer (276) 762-7777 i 0.,30 1 t oOOAM / / / expenses. In an increasingly com- petitive job market, America needs as many people as possible to be workforce-ready. Educational opportunities help build the economy by empowering individuals, families, and communities. Adult education .can help those who were never taught or never learned to read, perform simple math, use a computer, or cre- atively solve problems. Southwest Regional Adult Education serves the communities of Buchanan, Dickenson, Russell, and Tazewell Counties. Adult basic education, GED test preparation, and the National Extemal Diploma Program are offered tuition-free. Experienced instructors are available to help learners set and achieve their educational goals. To enroll in a class, call 866-581-9935. GEE) is a registered trademark of the American Council on Education. Used under license. ! Mew, Virginia. The day President John Kennedy was assassinated I had pulled into a service station to fill up my coal truck and was told about that tragedy. The day Elvis Presley passed away, I was in Johnston Memorial Hospital. On 911, which we all remember, I was standing in Terry Rasnick's garage when I saw the first plane hit the tower in New York. Being blessed with a good long term memory, I still remember a lot of things but the thing that stands out in my memory above all was Saturday, September 5, 1959. I went to visit my Uncle and found they were having a little cottage prayer meet- ing. That night, after sever- al years of running, I sur- rendered my life to Jesus Christ. That was the best move I ever made and the best memory that I have ever had. Friend, do you have that memory? Oh, by the way, maybe you "have not been there yet. If that be the case, I would like to intro- duce you to Jesus Christ, the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. The one who has never lost a battle. The one who is sure to win. The one who will certainly not turn you down if you want to get into His Army. St, Paul Elementary School held their Fall Festival on Saturday, October 15. Always a big favorite is Monty Salyer and BINGO! Recipes by Mildred Helbert HAMBURGER CASSEROLE 1 lb. lean ground beef 1 1/2 oz. pkg. Sloppy Joe mix 6 oz. can tomato paste 1 1/2 cups water 2 cups elbow macaroni 1 small can peas, drained 1 small can corn, drained 2 cups sharp cheddar cheese, grated Cook beef until brown; drain. Add Sloppy Joe mix, tomato paste and water. Simmer for 10 minutes. Cook macaroni until ten- der; drain. Stir into meat mixture. Add peas, corn and 1 cup cheese. Pour into casserole dish and top with remaining cheese. Bake 350 degrees for 30 min- utes. CALICO BEAN CASSEROLE 1/2 lb. sliced bacon, diced 1/2 lb. ground beef 1/2 cup chopped onion 1 can (16 oz.) pork and beans 1 can (15 1/2 oz.) kid- ney beans, rinsed and drain 1 can (15 1/4 oz.) lima beans, rinsed and drained 1/2 to 3/4 cup packed brown sugar 1/2 cup catsup 2 teas. vinegar 1 teas. ground mustard Fry bacon until crisp. Remove bacon to paper towel to drain. In a skillet, cook beef and onion until beef is no longer pink; drain. Combine bacon, beef, onion and remaining ingredients in a 2 qt baking dish. Bake 350 degrees for 45 minutes uncovered. BELGIAN WAFFLES 2 cups all-purpose flour 3/4 cup sugar 3 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 2 eggs, separated 1 1/2 cups milk 1 cup butter (no substi- tutes), melted 1 teas. vanilla Combine flour, sugar and baking powder. In another bowl, lightly beat egg yolks. Add milk, butter and vanilla; mix well. Stir into dry ingredients just until combined. Beat egg whites until stiff peaks form; fold into batter. Bake in preheated waffle iron until golden brown. Serve with strawberries or syrup or any fruit you like. CRANBERRY-GLAZED PORK ROAST 1 teas. salt 1/2 teas. pepper 1 boneless rolled pork loin roast 1 cup jellied cranberry sauce 1/2 cup orange juice 1/4 cup packed brown sugar Combine salt and pep- per; rub over the roast. Place roast, fat side up, on a rack in a greased roasting pan. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 1 1/2 hours. Meanwhile, com- bine cranberry sauce, orange juice and brown sugar in a saucepan; cook until sauce melts. Brush a fourth over the roast. Bake 30 minutes longer. Brush another fourth of glaze on roast. Bake 15 minutes longer, or until thermome- ter reads 160-170 degrees, St. Paul Elementary 1 st nine weeks honor lists Principal's List All A's: 3rd Grade: 1. Sophia Helbert 2. Isabel Sawyers 3. Mason Street 4th Grade: 1. Jocelyn Aldrich 2. Kyleigh Harmon 3. Ashton Turner 5th Grade: 1. Benjamin Sutherland 8th Grade: 1. Jacob Gross Stadium Theatres : i Movie Hefting For Sl',o~imes i 276-679-4252 Check Showtimes Online nortoncinema.com ~. ~- ~- .~, -~r ~- .~ -,~ -~, ~ ,&. : CENTRAL : . DRIVE- IN : B~tckwoo~t, VA - 271~-~79-.3~61 o ,~ ~.-~ ,~. ,~. ,~..~. -,~ ~. ,~ .~ Clinch River Farmers Market Saturday 8 am - 1 pm It doesn't get any fresher than produce at the Farmers Market. It comes straight from the field to the market. Come by to select from a large array of fresh produce including apples, beans, red and white potatoes, squash, honey, jams, jellies, baked goods, breads, craft items, and much, much more. The market also features a large selection of beef and pork. With only two Saturday markets left, don't miss an opportunity to get potatoes, apples, etc for the winter months .......................................................... Entertainment: am : ............... Center Stage Cloggers 11:00 ........ Kids activities We are certified to accept EBT, debit cards and senior citizen coupons, Support your local farmers and crafters and enjoy a free cup of coffee at the Clinch River Farmers Market. KIDS BUCKS ARE NOW AT THE MARKET 2. Ahren Lee l. Destiny Smith 3. Katie Levy 7th Grade: 4. Adriana Salyer 1. Carlee Slemp 5. Jacob Sawyers 8th Grade: 6. Andrew Sutherland 1. Gracie Powers 1st Honor Roll: 2. Dominic Bailey 3rd Grade: 2nd Honor Roll: 1. Blake Chafin 3rd Grade: 2. Gracen Evans 1. Darren Williams 3. Trey Hamm 4th Grade: 4. Olivia Harrison 1. Rhyleigh Lawson 5. Tru Ruff 2. Katie Perry 4th Grade: 3. Angel Trent 1. Alyssa Dingus 5th Grade: 2. Isabella Garcia 1. Rachael Mullins 3. Spencer Rudd 2. Cameron Slemp 4. Riley Selfe 6th Grade: 5th Grade: 1. Ryan Salyers 1. Alexis Carter 7th Grade: 2. Tanner Perry 1. Taylor Perry 6th Grade: 2. 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