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Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, T hursda.y, November 1.2007 WINNER Parker Fields of St. Paul was the winner of the Bag-O-Books for Teen Read Week October 14-20. SPECIAL- VISIT The SL Paul Fire Depa-t ment visited with the Storytime Bluegrass group on Friday, October 12 in observance of Fire Prevention Month. Circle at . r ,'ATTENDS CONFERENCE Pietured left to right: Kristin Perkins, Regional ! arliamentarian (LHS), Whitney Mays, Regional Reporter (CHS), Martha . lcComas, Regional Corresponding Secretary (LHS), Kayla Rife, Regional ".Secretary (GHS), A.J. Delauder, State President (SPHS), Cally Mulluns, ; tegionai President (LHS), Andrew Mullins, Regional V.P. (SPHS), Dr. Gary !Julian, Vice Chancellor for Administration (UVa-Wise). !CHS FBLA attends Fall Leadership at UVa-Wise On October 22, the CHS opened with an introduction of i, $hapter of the FBLAjoined other UVa-Wise Vice Chancellor Dr. - gional chapters for the FBLA Gary Juhan by Regional Pres- ii;all Leadership Conference at ident Cally Mulluns. The /OVa-Wise. The FBLA theme this introduction of the keynote year is "Leadership in Action." The first general session in- ,eluded opening ceremonies and presentations about the state and national leadership conferences. The second general session speaker was given by Dr. Gilmer Blackburn. Keynote speaker Bill Bartmann, also known as the "Billionaire Business Coach", is the only self-made billionaire who has devoted himself to-munications. teaching others. Bartmarm is the leading authority on entrepren- eurship in America. After Mr. Bartmann's speech, the members were provided lunch. Members returned for a third general session, which included four different workshops including Project A.S.K Team Building, Dress for Success, and Com- by Ethan Collins, Kristen Gibson, Dessa Greear and D) Last week at CHS, UVa- Twin Springs at home Wise Region Fall Conference Thursday, October 25. took place on Monday, October junior varsity and varsity 22. The FBLA theme this year country teams competed was "Leadership in Action." The Oxbow on Thursday, Octob keynote speaker was Mr Bill 25, for the Cumberland Distri Bartmann, also known as the Meet. The varsity football tear "Billionaire Business Coach." He is the only self-made billion- aire who has devoted himself to teaching others. Bartmann is the leading authority on entrepren- traveled to Holston on Friday, October 26. In oflaer news, the Youtt:i' Alive and Hi-Y clubs are sponsoring a teddy bear drive.: eurship in America. The State Police will give the Group II clubs met on bears collected. to . childr Thursday, October 25. The involved in bad s tuatmns. Castlewood High School Band Hi-Y club will also be sell Boosters sponsored a Halloween treat bags that will be given out dance on Saturday, October 27, on Halloween. Cost of the tre from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.bags is $1.00." In sports, the Castlewood For your information, High School Academic Team 2007 BETA Club induction will faced Ervinton at home on be held on November 2, in the Monday, October 22, winning CHS Auditorium. Schools will with a score of 130 to 115. The be closed on Tuesday, Nov- Country Cabin ju,or varsity and varsity ember 6, in observance of volleyball teams traveled to Rye Election Day. The end of the The Country Cabin, located Cove on Wednesday, October second six-weeks will be on in Norton on The Crooked Road Music Trail will featm'e the Bluegrass Circle on Saturday, November 3. Admission for the night is $5 for adults (12 and older) and $1 for children 2-11. Each Saturday night, 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 halflime breaks. The Country Cabin is located one and one-half miles west of Norton (between Norton and Appalachia). Watch for signs. Events at the Country Cabin are sponsored by Appalachian Traditions, Inc a non-profit organization. No alcohol is permitted. For more information, call 276-679-2632. cv'rimes Deadliries: Editorial Copy (birthday anniversaries, press releases, calendar items, weddings, etc.) 4 p.m. Monday Advertising (classified and display) 12 noon Tuesday 24. The volleyball teams faced Wednesday, November 7. Castlewood Elementary News by Emily Higgins and Olivia Salyer The annual Fall Festival has been scheduled for November 10, 2007 from 6 until 10 p,m. We look forward to everyone attending and having a great time. There will be fun for all ages. Some activities include a haunted house, a haunted hay- ride, cake walks, a dunking booth, lazer tag, and much, much more. Halloween parties will be on October 31, 2007. The parties will begin around 2:30 p.m. Any parent interested in helping with or contributing snacks to the parties feel free to contact your student's teacher. The CES Forensics Com- petition will be on Tuesday, October 30, 2007. The Russell County competition will be held on November 7-8, 2007 at Leb- anon Middle School. Just a reminder, there will be no After-school on Wednesday, October 31, 2007 due to Hallo- ween. The MEGA PARTY will --T held on Thursday, November I, 2007. All students have their money turned in by Wednesday, October 31, 2007. There will be NO SCHOOL on Tuesday, November 6, 2007 due to Election Day In the first grade, the weekly Citizens Awards go to Thomas Coleman and Emily Million. In the second grade, the weekly Citizens Awards go to Olivia M. Jessee and Amy Taylor. In the seventh grade, the students have completed try-outs for the Christmas play. Ms. Huff stated, "There are many talented young people in the seventh grade." The students have also been practicing for their Forensic Competitions. This week the CES News has gained four new reporters. We are proud to welcome Kacle Jessee, Kailey Boyd, Chels6a Phillips and Alex Vance. We look forward to seeing their wonderful work. > boa II j The I II I ii wwi I III Bowerbank Plan for Stronger Russell County Education: Jon Bowerbank believes we must support our local schools in every way possible. That's why Jon's company EMATS has given hundreds of thousands to Russell County Schools. As supervisor Jon will boost funding across the board for better teacher salaries, facility upgrades, and on-going maintenance. Economic Development: Jon Bowerbank is a proven job creator. He grew his company EMATS from three employees to over three hundred. As supervisor Jon will use his local, state, and national contacts to assist in bringing more and better jobs to Russell County. Infrastructure: As supervisor Jon Bowerbank will work hard to enhance the safety of our roads, increase paved roads, and expand utilities. If elected Jon will make bidding for county contracts a more open process and will not allow his own company to do business with the county. Commercial/Recreation: As supervisor .]on Bowerbank will encourage new small businesses to expand local options for shopping and eating Ion will develop more options for recreation both indoors and outl to make Russell County an even better place to live, Please visit my web-site or email me at jon@jonbowerbank.com for more information about my run for the! At-Large seat on the Russell County Board of Supervisors. VOTE JON B. ON NOVEMBER 6TH !!! ) Authorized and Paid for by the Candidate www.jonbowerbank.com: