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~.Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIN~ES,,St: Paul;WA, Thursdsy; Nov~rfllIcr~:~2009 TEAM ESTONOA HOSTS STUDENTS...On Saturday, October 24 Team Estonoa hosted twenty-one students from Bridle Creek Elementary School. Teachers and students were rotated between five different stations including: . Weather, Green Roof & Learning Center, Wetlands Estonoa Tour and two , :stations for water testing. Team Estonoa guides were Beth Hamilton, Taylor Stanley, Ashley Slate, Kaeleb Gibson, Destinee Blevins and Aleah Wells. Any :" school wishing to make a similar visit to Estonoa please contact Ashley Slate at :, a ::Happy birthday ,.:.. Malorie Williams celebrat- ,.sed her first birthday on !~;'October 21 with a party at her Y,~ome with family. She is the ;~daughter of Jamie and Hope ,::,Williams of Dungannon. She :~!,has one~ older sister; Ern~ly: ~' Grandparents are Bill and Alice Strong, Michael Grizzle .and Phyllis Williams. She has two aunts, Brittany and Amanda, three uncles, Shawn, Jerry and Tyler and one baby cousin, Shaleigh. Clothes Give Away and Indoor Yard Sale Dry Fork Freewill Baptist Church is sponsoring a clothes give away and indoor yard sale on Saturday, November 7 from 9 am to 5 pm at the Celebration Center located in St. Paul. Everyone is welcome! Bluegrass Circle at The Learning Center announces honors Ken Johnson, Administrator of The Learning Center in Castlewood has announced students who had perfect attendance and made the honor roll for the first nine weeks of the school year. Perfect Attendance Kindergarten: Abby Johnson, Braxton Reece, Alyssa Skeen Third grade: Daniel Johnson Sixth grade: Madison Phipps, Jay Seabrook. Honor Roll All A's First grade: Virginia Sea- brook Third gr~ilp :: Daniel Johnson Fourth ~,~Lde: Avon!ea Sea- brook All A's & B's Sixth grade: Jay Seabrook Hi, I'm Caella Gregory... I work at Barbara's His and Hers Hairstyling, located at the red light in Castlewood. I specialize in cutting and all color services, My hours will be: Tues., Wed. and Thurs. 10 am - 7 pm and Fri. 10 am to 4 pm Walk-ins Welcome 762-5963 I will be lookin forward to Ernie's Drug and Gifts I'honc 762-5800 Ernie Keith, Pharmacist Your hometown pharmacy LOCATED BESIDE FOOD CITY Pharmacy & Your Health Treatments for Reflux Disease IGastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is an abnormal reflux of stomach contents into the esophagus. Heartburn is a symptom of GERD. Chest pain, hoarseness, and cough also may be associated. Symptoms typically occur after meals, and may be made worse by eating a large, high-fat meal. ~2Treatments for GERD are available to alleviate symptoms. Proton pump inhibitors (PPI's), such as omeprazole (Prflosec) and esomeprazole (Nexium), work to relieve symptoms by suppressing gastric acid secretion. Histamine-2 receptor antagonists (H2RA's), such as cimetidine (Tagamet) and ran/t/dine (Zantac), also suppress gastric acid secretion by blocking histamine-2 receptors on gastric cells. These medications are available both over-the- counter and with a prescription. Antacids, such as magnesium hydroxide (milk of magnesia) and aluminum hydroxide (Amphogel), work to neutralize gastric acid and to increase the alkalinity of the stomach. Gaviscon (alginic acid/aluminum hydroxide/magnesium hydroxide) contains antacids and an absorbent that protects the esophagus from gastric reflux, certain nondrug changes in lifestyle can also be useful in alleviating symptoms, including elevating the head of the bed, reducing fat intake, eating smaller meals, and quitting smoking. We Now Carry $1 a Great Selection of $1.00 items! - See us for all your health and beauty needs ~--1 == PUBLIC FAX # 276-762-0213 Country Cabin The Country Cabin, located in Norton on The Crooked Road Music Trail will feature Bluegrass Circle on Saturday, November 7. 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. Mountain Empire PACE, which offers many services, helps seniors stay independent Frail older citizens wishing to Participants come to the PACE • Adaptation of the ho e to live safely and securely in their Center for socialization, recrea- accommodate disabilitiesl or own homes now have a local tion, meals, medical care, medi- special needs \ program to help them remain cine, counseling, personal care • Home delivered meals • independent. Mountain Empire and physical, occupational and • Home health (skilled hur- Older Citizens, Inc., recently speech therapy, sing services) ~ opened the first rural Program The following services are • Homemaker and cfiore i of All Inclusive Care for the available at the PACE Center: services / i Elderly (PACE) at its Big Stone • Physician services by a • Personal care \ Gap location, geria~ic specialist • Lifeline emergency ~e- PACE is a nationally recog- • r~ursmg care sponse system nized model of long term care • Physical therapy, occupa- • Prescription medication aiad that allows frail older people to tional therapy and speech ther- assistance live in their own homes and apy • Respite care ~ , • Restorative therapies (ph3~- ! asC°mmunitieSlong as possible.independentlYMountainf°r vities• Recreation and social acti- sical, occupational, speech) Empire PACE offers a broad • Adult day health and res- • Transportation to and from ii range of medical, social and day pite care PACE appointments, i 1 health services in home-based • Meals and nutritional coun- Additionally, there are othe~ ' and community based settings, seling services available for indivi# ates a personalized set of health services for each person who is enrolled in" the program. This plan of care is designed to treat whatever illnesses each indivi- dual participant already has while keeping new issues from arising. The IDT includes a doctor, nurse, social worker, dietitian, pharmacist, personal care aide, bus driver, recreation director, and affords hospital or nursing • Personal care (bathing, duals who enroll in PACE. They home care when needed, grooming, health with other Care is provided through a activities of daily living) include ambulance transporta2 tion for emergencies, hearing i unique system in which an In- • Prescription medication as- aids, dental care, durable medi-- terdisciplinary Team (IDT) ere- sistance cal equipment and supplies, goal--to keep the participants living in their own homes with people they love and who love them. To be eligible for PACE, individuals must • Be 55 years of age or older; • Social services • Care coordination • Transportation A variety of services are provided in the participant's home. These include: • 24 hour on-call physician services (After hours on-call physician's services for urgent medical needs.) eyeglasses and other services. For more information about how you can become a par- ticipant in Mountain Empire PACE, contact Leigh Annt (Kennedy) Bolinsky, Intake and Enrollment Coordinator, at 276- 523-0599, or email lkennedy@ Something new for checkout at J. physical therapist, occupational therapist andaspeechtherapist.This team of specialists ar- Fred Matthews Memorial Library ranges for all the medical and J. Fred Matthews Memorial social services the participant Library has something new for needs to remain living safely in Juvenile and Children checkout: their own community. Mountain Bag-O-Books. Bag-O-Books is a Empire PACE participants and backpack containing 10 library their families work closely with items: books, CDs, or books the IDT to achieve a common with cassettes. The backpack also includes activity sheets based on the theme of the books along with information about the library. Each backpack will contain items concentrating on a com- mon theme, such as dinosaurs, • Live in Norton or in the counties of Lee, Scott or Wise; November GED test dates • Be deemed eligible for The Country Cabin is located ]Services are provided at the one and one-half miles west of Mountain Empire PACE Center, Norton (between Norton and in the participant's home or in colors, or farm animals. The theme will change approx- imately every two months. The bag and the items listed on the library receipt are the only items that need to be returned to the library, the activity sheets etc are yours to keep and share. We encourage parents and children alike to come by and "Checkout" our Bag-O-Books. For more information please contact the library at 276-762- 9702. nursing level of care; and • Be able to live safely in the announced for Wise County community. The Regional Adult Edu- no later than two days prior to cation Program will offer the Official Practice GED Test on Wednesday, November 18, at 9 a.m. at the Wise Adult Learning Center. This is a free test. Call 1-800-422-3433 to sign up for the practice test. The GED Exam will be given Saturday, November 21, at the Wise County Schools' Educa- tion Center, Building C, Wise. Testing will begin at 8 a.m. Registration must be completed the hospital. Located at the PACE Center are a medical cli- nic, recreation and dining rooms, as well as space for re- hub therapies and personal care. 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 276-679-3541. Jam sessions are held each Tuesday night at 7:00 p.m. Free Clinch Riv6r the exam. Call Karen Whir at Fry Hall, 276-328-8612, for more information or to register. The Norton GED Exam will be given Friday, November 6, at 8 a.m. at the Norton Virginia Employment Commission Adult Education Center. Registration is required by noon on the Thursday prior to the test. Call Imelda Collins, 276-679-7286, for more information. ReadersBook admission. All musicians and .......... spectators welcome. Club to meet Bryan to read at Coebum Library The Clinch River Readers The Coeburn Community and enhance the teaching, study Book Club will be meeting on Library will celebrate We the and understanding of American the second Thursday of each People with a reading of a tall history, culture and democratic month beginning on November tale by local author Neva Bryan. principles. The Coeburn 12 at 6:00 p.m. at the J. Fred This free event is open to Community Library received Matthews Library. The book children in grades four through funding to participate in We the currently being read is "St. six, as well as their families. People. Peter's Monsters" by local author Library staff will lead a tall tale The Coebum Community Neva Bryan. Light refreshments writing and craft workshop after Library is part of the Lonesome Help make " 1-800-572-1717 will be served, and a door prize the reading. Pine Regional Library system. the world IlWOR" will be given to one lucky The event will take place For information about library safe from 40 Muscular c~st~ophy participant. Please come and join Tuesday, November 10, at 5:30 services, call 276-395-6152 or neuromuscular Arisociation US! For information or to request p.m. at the Library. To learn visit the website, www.lpr diseases, wwwmdausa.orga copy of"St. Peter's Monsters", more, call the Library at 276- call the library at 762-9702. 395-6152. Neva Bryan, a prize-winning • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • BIG PROFIT,HUGE DEM writer, is the author of poetry, The only portable infrared heating company committed to short fiction and the novellivesSt. •0 Peter's Monsters. She •~=__.~.=A--~..•|;|Ur, II|HI~|n_- between Coeburn and St. Paul. ; • qF m~ ~m,~lw ~,w,~ ,~t ~ ~lUf qD We the People is a National ~ Stadium Tlleattes Endowment for the Humanities program designed to encourage ! Movi0 H0tlino 2~6"6~04252 i I the independent dealer, the Original SUNHEAT electronic zone heater is the most customer referred product in our 55yr history. If you're a business owner looking for a Great Product, to generate BIG Profits, with a small capital investment and minimal display space; go to, sunheat.eom for dealership availability in your area. Your success is our priority! call 877-GO SUNHEAT ext# 401 1 t The Muscular Dystrophy Association's support services help Americans live with 40 neuromuscular diseases. And our P.O. Box 939 Lebanon, VA 24266 . 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