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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, November 3, 2016 Page 5 Storytime trick-or-treaters made their annual trip around town to show off their costumes, have pictures taken and, of course, to pick up a few treats! Coffee time at library invites Ashley McKinney is the winner of the Halloween basket of books and prizes at J. Fred Matthews Memorial Library. Ashley is pictured here with her children Gracie, Aspen, and Griffan. seniors Castlewood Fall Emily Million, 15 year old from Castlewood, traveled to Memphis TN to compete in the IHRA World Finals on October 20 through 22. She qualified for the Finals by winning the Summit Super Series Points at her home track, Elk Creek Dragway. She competed alongside 68 other cars from as far as Alaska for the title of JR Dragster World Champion. Emily finished in the runner up position which gives her the honor as number 2 in the World. King University Theatre to present "Almost, Malne" November 10-13 The Theatre Department at King University will present the play "Almost, Maine," in the Fine Arts Theatre on King's main campus in Bristol, Tenn., Nov. 10-12 at 7:30 p.m. each evening and again on Nov. 13 at 2:30 p.m. E Scott Fitzgerald once wrote "The sentimental person thinks things will last-- the romantic person has a desperate confidence that they won't." "Almost, Maine" is a play for romantics. "Almost, Maine," writ- ten by Tony Award-nomi- nated John Cariani, is the name of a town that doesn't {5:N. go--A -4, r: .e .D:i.sco : nt{ November 5, 2o16 Doors open at 5:oo P~l. (;,ames start at 6:oo PM. St. t aul Recreation Rooms Proceeds fhnd The l~vric Project g.. St Pa ul NlainStreet~ii~gm really exist; it is almost a town, but note quite. The play is one filled with fan- tastic realism. In one scene in the play, a girl takes a hike because she has been abandoned by her boyfriend. She stops and camps in someone's yard. The owner, a repairman, discovers the girl is carry- ing around her broken heart in a sack; he attempts and succeeds in repairing her broken heart. The play has several scenes with numerous characters which will be played by four students who will alternate parts: sophomore Mikayla Jarrett, senior Austin Puckett, senior Jessica King, and senior Alex Campbell, with understud- ies junior Brooke Addington and junior Cody Davidson. General admission tick- ets for the performances of "Almost, Maine" are $5 general admission, and free for King University stu- dents, faculty, and staff with a King University ID. Tickets will be available at the door one hour before each performance. Seating is limited, and, due to the staging, audience members cannot be seated once the production begins. For more information, contact the Theatre Department at 423.652.4800. Every Monday at 10 a.m. the J. Fred Matthews Memorial Library will host Coffee Time for all area senior citizens. Seniors are invited to stop by the library from 10-11 a.m. and have a cup of cof- fee, tea, cider or hot choco- late and light refreshments. Visit with your friends, talk about the news going on in the area, read the local newspapers or browse through the library's magazine selec- tions. Make plans to come by the library each Monday for coffee and conversation. For more information contact the J. Fred Matthews Memorial Library at 276-762-9702. Use the classifieds... they work! 276-762-7671 Festival November 5 Castlewood Elementary School Fall Festival will be on November 5 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. There will be a hot dog supper, popcorn, hot fudge cake and nachos and cheese. Bingo prizes include Dollywood tickets, Titanic tickets, SpringRace tickets, Wildnerness in the Smokies Water Park tick- ets, restaurant coupons, Fall and Christmas decora- tions and lots more. There will also be chances on a bicycle. NOTICE: Stop for any school bus loading or unloading children! IT'S THE LAW! Lee Health & Rehab Center Welcomes Back Dr. Almatari Dr: AlmataN served as- Lee's medical director for mc, re than ten years until August of 201 5. He returned as an internist and began taking patients on July 1. The American Medical Association bestowed a Physician's Recoqnition Award with Commendation in Continuing Medical Education on Dr. Ah~natari, and he was also nominated ~0r a Summit Award at the Healthcare Service Excellence Conference. Catl to make an appointment or visit our website t:a learn about the services we provide. 276.546.4566 208 Heaith (:;are Dr. Penrdr~gton Gap, VA 24277 lrt LeeFleal~hRehabCenter l[ Lee Health & Rehab Center If you didn't complete high school, now's the time to... If you have attended an adult education class in the past, it's time to... If you have passed one, two, or three of the GED tests, now's the time to... 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