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Ernie's Drug and Gifts Phone 762-5800 Ernie Keilh, Pllarmacisl Your homelov+'n i harmaey i,OCNl'li l) BI: SI I)E F()()l) CITY Paget 0 C LIN CH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, November 1. 2007 SPHS CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-C S! St. Paul High School's cross country team won the Cumberland District meet Friday, October 26, at Oxbow Lake Park in St. Paul. Pictured, left to right, arc Coach Patrick Damron; Rhyli Drake, first place; Ashley Dunford, second place; Cynna Coffee, third place; Allison Caudill, eighth place; and Brituey Russell, llth place. Castlewood placed second in the meet. Thomas Walker was third and Coeburn fourth. YARD SALE Rolling Hills-'Friday & Saturday 8:30-4 Hey, guess what? Holli Mullins is now Cutting, coloring and styling hair with Barbara and Amy at Barbara's His and Hers Hairstyles Castlewood, VA Call or come by Walk-ins welcome.fl 762.5963 . Stop for Pedestrians in the Library Crosswalk-- It's the law! Lots rang, Lot have been surveyed, ready to buildl U AASC wins DOWNTOWN REVITALIZATION national award (Continudfrompage 1) needs to be done, His points in- Appalachian Agency for eluded: an inclusive manage- Senior Citizens (AASC), based ment team; determination of the in Cedar Bluff, has received a status of Dominion Virginia national award for its role in Power insofar as a downtown senior employment. St. Paul presence is concerned; During a recent awards ban- a plan for use of the Lyric quet in Washington, D.C Theatre; an environmental re- Mason Bishop, deputy assistant view; acquisition of the Willis secretary of employment and Building and the Lyric Theatre training with the U.S. Depart- (at the To.wn's expense); reid- merit of Labor, presented the cation of residents and busi- award to AASC. The agency is nesses; a plan for the use of both the first winner of the Changing buildings; identification of all Lives Award for Outstanding blighted areas in downtown St. Dominion Virginia Power, Pro- ject Manager, Project Engineer, Project Architect, LENOWIS- CO, Virginia Coalfield Econo- mic Development Authority; - and other appropriate indivi-'+ duals and groups. - The most pressing determine- - tion is the decision about ,-; purchasing the two buildings :, Next is the plan for use and renovation. - The point was made that no - one from the Town, the IDA :, Board or the Housing Authority Community Service Agency. Paul; procurement of architec- is being allowed by the owner The award recognizes an or- rural and engineering services on the Willis Building property ganization that best demon- for the two buildings; a deter- to conduct any kind of ~ i strates a commitment to increas- ruination of who will pay for engineering survey, so some of .! . 'ing opportunities for low-in- what; and the formulation of a these questions will be difficult j. come older individuals by pro- list of possible grant sources, to answer. viding training, and also acts as which should include the To- a positive role model for other bacco Indemnification Commis- V organizations, sion, VCEDA, ARC, and others. [ Editorial copy [ "We've been serving seniors According to Rumley, the,(birthdays/anniversaries, 1! and c, ,egivers for more than 30 Management Team should in- years; said Diana Wallace, exe- elude the mayor, town Council,press releases, calendar t" cutive director of AASC. "Pro- members, town financial staff, [ items, weddings, etc.) viding training and on-the-job Wise County Redevelopment[ 4 p.m. Monday " l-' experience to older workers is a and Housing Authority staff, [ . Advertising l+ vital part of our services. We IDA members, and representa- ] (classified and display) [ are lbroud to receive this award tives of St. Paul Tomorrow, / 12 noon Tuesday 1'7 and proud of our senior employ- business owners, Team Estonoa, ees." Experience Works, a senior community service employment program, introduced the Chang- ing Lives Awards this year as part of its 2007 Prime Time Awards Program, a week long celebration of older workers. AASC is one of Virginia's'25 Area Agencies on Aging desig- nated by the Virginia Depart- ment for the Aging to carry out the department's mission to foster the dignity, independence and security of older Virginians by promoting partnerships with communities at the local level. AASC offers information and services for older adults residing in Buchanan, Dickenson, Rus- sell and Tazewell counties. Visit the organization's website at www.aasc.org or call toll-free 1- 800-656-2272. 19 Bldg. Lots & 21.14 Acre Parcel Cedar Hill Road (Rt 656) Just off Rt. 33 Louisa County AUCtion on site Fri, Nov 9, 2pro ParUel Ternm: 10% Buyers Premium, 10 /. deposit, closing in 45 days. Full terms online. Sale Mgr: Ernie Rogers 18041327-9090 wra.cHtltsimctlen.com Pharmacy & Your Health Prescription Medications For Hair Loss Alopecia is the medical term for excessive hair loss from the scalp. It may be caused by genetics, medical conditions, or certain medications. The most common type of alopecia is called androgenic alopecia, or male pattern baldness, and is caused by genetics. Hair loss beginning at the temples and crown may begin in men as early as their teens. Men may then experience partial or complete baldness. Women may also experience hair thinning, however this rarely progresses to complete baldness. Although there is no cure for baldness, treatments are available. Minoxidil (Rogaine) is available over-the-counter. This medication is a liquid that is applied to the scalp twice daily. Minoxidil works to cause hair regrowth, as well as to prevent further hair loss. Hair that is re-grown from this treatment may not be as long or thick as previous hair. New hair does not continue to grow beyond the duration of treatment with minoxidiL The treatment may cause irritation of the scalp. Finasteride (Propecia) is a medication available with a prescription to treat male pattern baldness. This medication works by inhibiting the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone, which is a hormone that plays an important role in hair loss. This medication is not approved for use in women because of its potential to cause birth defects. AT'rENTION. 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Give local entrepreneurs more resources and stronger support for their small start-up businesses (just like EMATS was 10 years ago) to give them better chances for success and, in turn, increase shopping, sales tax revenues and employment options for our citizens. Improve infrastructure to better accommodate our new recently recruited larger businesses (access; traffic flow; parking; amenities) as well as our local residents, Improve access for all in the way in which Russell County works - get more people involved in the process. 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 ii! Authorized and Paid for by the Candidate www,jonbowerbank.com