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• %L ,i ........ CEINCH~CALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, N~qembe~>5','~009"q[S~Sge 5 i~! Arbor Day Copper Creek Elementary School • st ' . . Foundation s 21 Century Commumty Leamln g i Conservation Center-Project A R T S w .... by Addrienne Robinson ugh a corn maze and enjoye~ a ,,~ lrees booklet Copper Creek Elementarypicnic• All students receive~ a ° available ceived another 21 Century Walter Mannis the "Pump,s . School is proud to have pumpkin to take home. I r. t ommunity Learnine CenterMan", as the children refer to The Arbor Day Foundation's Gr ............ " - him is a favorite to our stude s. d,,t mr zuu . these grants .................. cently updated Conse at!on assure that children have a safe He is also a partner for : . rees oooKmt Is now avanaote haven after school while en- joying remediation and enrich- grant• We had 64 children !to attend this trip as well as "P g g • ment opportunities each Man- parents and siblings• | ~.~. ~ : ~ ..... ~ si_nC~n;:~a~mne$;~:Sl~t d~ day-Thursday evenings• The On October 22 Cop~er ............ ~::~:i~ ~ ..... :~?:~:,-.~. ~ t~ P P P P program offers learning op-Creek Elementary School k~pt ...... ..... el rustrfTons,tr:oe orfua dhfeoam:ne p:c Uo l es m read:ng, damathe, the nation-wide After ............. ...... the "lights on" in observancelof .......... ...... " ,-:: ))~) i easy,to-fo[lowtext.` ,.. drama, c%a'racter education and Allianee. There were approxi-Sch0°i i believ=en: i is°°vrit laYof°Unaau°n health and wellness• Through mutely 90 people in attendance. ): ::: : lii' ' ii ........ p.eopm oI this grant, we are able to bring Students and parents enjoyed a : i[ ele:a ?o 7at et°pJanotf noeuWr in outreach projects and per- hayrideprovided by Marvin and i I . . sonnel for activities such as La'kie Austin, face-painting by I i exlstmg tree cano ," said John • [ Donna Hall, a hot dog .... PY . _ musical performers and story- dimmer Kosenow, cniel executive of the tellers as well as to take fiela as un?a;::a,t Treh S booklet se es trips. All staff working with ourtheand KellylistenedNelsonand danCedband! MrsWith k ii . g urce Ior tree 'students are part of the staff of Kelly also works with our After us conserve lO;rmS de:t{h P Vgdtd character education. Lights On • "Trees help :7::gY, t r: goodfeOr bthreea ff, _and aligns with the school lunch is a nation-wide celebration to promote awareness for After arinking water for millions of transnortation is ,,rovided All Mr. Peter Matheson of the • ! . . anu program requirements and School Programs. Americans That's why it is so ..... " d _ Y . .." • • cnlmren mat arena t opper Russell County Soil and Water .... ePOLa to properly plant new Creek Elementary are welcome Conservation has visited our .... care mr me ones we to attend program three times to aid the IN THE COSTUME PARADE...This group from Appalachian Graphics in St. already have" " ." • Project A.R.T.S. stands for students in projects involving o Paul participated in the Clinch River Farmers' Market Halloween Costume Included in the Conservation "Arts Reaching, Teaching Parade at the Market's final meeting of the season on Saturday morning, October TseeS:a °ek tee reatnIdPS:n how to Students" which will be the the lifeeycle of the butterfly, the lifecycle of the apple and a 31. They identified themselves as "M,, J, Blanket and the M J Medical Team." aoreaxs theme fOrlearningthis grant. StudentSvariety of seasons• StudentSlearninghave ha a un uu reamat°Saved°ncen-er-gy- cos.ts, attract will be about a wonderful time i 1[ , uvmg snow "st completing these projects. ~ ...... of thmg hrough arts such as , i• • n la?tYete°inlt ele?:ht:?acPl.ant storytelling, music, drama etc. Mr: Dan Glass, Director; f ".' r'l CVTimes Deadlines: ] P " Our focus for this grant will be Safety spoke to a group • • • In addition, the booklet also Appalachian Heritage as weparents on October 26 co a- • I ,. =' l / Editorial copy / Fd/ (birthdays, anniversaries, / detafls, the right way to plant and learn about our wonderfulceming the HINI virus aid prune trees. _ mountain region• Students have precautions that should "t e I • - ' - - / press releases, calendar / To receive the conservation enioved a variety of rhinos so taken. He provided helpful e@- '" ......... " m items, weddings, etc.) / Trees booklet, send a $3 check ;'h; ..... • oa,= cation concerning the vacci - FRESH APPLE CAKE 1 cup mayonnaise [ 4 p.m. Monday [ along with_ your name._ 'and and ....... canned: ........ apple:butter, ........... made ations. - 3 eggs, beaten % cup sugar / Advertising / address to: Conservatmn Trees, rice mosaics and learned a For the month of November, Arbor Day Foundation, 100 • ' • students are preparing to des ; 2 cups sugar 5 tbsp. raspbe vinegar , . / (classified and display) / ....... variety of Appalachmn songs - i '/, cups ou z cups cuoea, cooKea / 12 noon Tuesday / A 'oor .Ave., rqeoraska !ty, NE and dances. They have also en- and make a group quilt! on,+lu, or cruet creme at loved a weekly "count,',, meal" The 21st Century grant,s 1 tsp. vanilla chicken breasts t - a www arborday org/conse ationtr " " 3 cups self-rising flour 8 oz. bacon, cooked and " " which has included biscuits and also 'providing a morning , 1 cup pecans crumbled _yes_ ...... gravy and their own apple gram-called Reading Budd s 3 cups apples, chopped 4 cups small fresh broccoli butter as welt as soup beans and for "students before sch l flowerets cornbread! which begins each day at '/2 cup dry roasted cashews ½ cup sunflower kernels ½ cup golden raisins Combine mayonnaise, sugar and vinegar. Whisk dressing until well blended. In a large bowl, combine chicken, bacon, by Morgan Tare, Brittany Milgrim, Crystal Woolford & Rebecca Smith Storytellers Ben and Kim Mays were here on opening day on September 21 and provided a wonderful afternoon of stories and songs for our students. Ben is a native of Russell County and lives in Castlewood but has a.m,r The focus of this program_ will-be language arts arid reading. Students are partici~- tang in activities cente~d around qiterature. All students are welcome to attend! Once again, we invite all ½ teas• cinnamon ½ teas• allspice 1 cup raisins, optional Mix eggs, sugar and oil together. Mix flour, cinnamon and allspice together. Add to eggs mixture. Add vanilla, pecans and apples. Mix well. Pour into greased bundt pan. broccoli, cashews, sunflower and Last week at CHS, the dramaagainst will be disclosed at a traveled around the world children to take part in the Bake 350 degrees for raisins. Add dressing to chicken team performed their one-act latertime, performing. He and Kim notmany-great opportunities that approximately 50 minutes ormixture. Stir until well blended• play, No Show, for the student In others news, on Novemberonly told stories and sang but are offered through our 21= until toothpick comes out clean. Cover and chill 2 hours to let body• The team competed in the 3, staff and students enjoyed a did several activities in which Cen grant. We have an flavors blend• Store in airtight District Theatre Festival held at day off for Election Day. On they included the students, averfige of 30-35 children daily MACARONI AND CHEESE container. Coeburn Middle School on Thursday, November 5, Group 1 . Students visited the Pump- and have served as many as 70! 2 cups macaroni ThurSday, October 29 and took Clubs will meet in the morning kin Patch in Nickelsville on Special thanks to all of the staff 1 tsp. salt CHOCOLATE PEANUT first place. They will compete in and Group 2 clubs will be October i3 where they enjoyed of Copper . Creek 1 cup mayonnaise , BUTTER DIP .. the Regional Theatre Festival on meeting in the afternoon, tourin a farm and feedingmementary tseiore ann ner 1 can cream of mushroom " 3 oz. cream cheese, Softened Saturday, November 14. For your information, senior animal's, had a hayride, visited School Program! Ourprogram soup ............ .... 1/3 cup creamy peanut butter In sports news, district cross ads are on sale now for $30. the pumpkin patch, went thro- ~sasuec.ess oecauseofyou! 3cups cheddar cheese l dash cinnamon count: Was ~held at Thomas Each ad includes a picture of ~UK~/~ W~~S~~~': lonion, chopped fine ~A cup chocolate syrup Walker on Wednesday, Octoberchoice• If interested, please i/~mm/m~ll~l~ 3 tbsp. bread crumbs 2 tbsp. milk 28. On Friday, October 30, contact Mrs. Monk at the school Cook macaroni with salt, assorted cut-up fruit varsity football traveled to John for an order form. The following then drain, but leave moist. Add assorted cookies Battle. The varsity volleyball pictures will be taken on mayonnaise, soup, cheese and pretzels team took part in the district Thursday, November 5: picture . • " onion. Mix well. Cover with With an electric mixer, beat t°umament ' °n Monday, retakes, fall sports pictures, • bread crumbs and dot with cream cheese, peanut butter and November 2. The time, place clubs, senior superlatives, classu ",,~.Juu .LJ t..u.~.tu, ,~t.a %¢.~. butter. Bake 300 degrees for 30 cinnamon until ingredients are and team they will be competing officers and senior retakes. minutes, smooth• Gradually beat in ...~ chocolate syrup and mi.lk until November REACH opportunitiesLAnnual a¥7 Baza NUTTY CHICKEN- well blended• Serve with fruit, Holid BROCCOLI SALAD cookies or pretzels, at Castlewood High School IFt. Gibson United Metr'o Help The Learning Center Castlewood High School is rr.rN.v*ml .r :: currently offering a variety of . .2ZS.L'_."'S .,,""U'_ .... i o. o,,o,... Church The Learning Center, Castle- ...-.# ........... - .after school workshops from s ¢ i.. ....... . • 1,113 IS 41 18U) to rooa t.lty ana Nui~lllO~i ~--Vlali OV 3.30-5 p.m., sponsored throuWildlife Rialaoi t- wooa, nas armouncea mat It lS ......... ." ...... gh ............. ~-'.'-, " ..... , nave ,t scannea wlm me me Kr_.At ti program . Red Oak Ridge Road Pca I P ulncgs ;70 F:m°d Clty s shopper's ValuCard. Then the • November lO-Trip to .... ~ ." ,. shopper is asked to spend at ~ Morgan McCl~;and Castlewood lne Learning t.enter wouma le " "10 n artici atin F-- CVTlmes Deadlines: *November l l--Instructional ast> o pP g Saturday, , appreciate the support of Food t lty ....... oranas Editorial CO Five Course Meal. / City customers. They can link -" .... PY A new Engineering class will lne assistance oI area roo~ their ValuCards to the program (bi hdays, annivemades, press begin on Thursday, November .... by taking the school's bar code shoppers will be appreciated! releases, calendar items, weddings, etc.) 4 p.m. Monday Adve ising (dassif l and display) 12 noon Tuesday 12. For more information, con- tact Jane Carter at 276-762- 9448 or jhcarter@russell.kl2.- va.us. Nov 14 U.S. SAVINGS BOIIDS ,q I II Illll Illll Illl I I ill There are few things more adorable than a cute, cuddly puppy. But all puppies grow.. •and some grow a lot. Dogs have different exercise, grooming, nutrition, and vet care needs. So before you bring a puppy home, make sure you take the time to research the right breed for your lifestyle.Think before you add a puppy to your family. It's important to use your head, not just your heart• Remember. owning a dog is a lifetime commitm Visit www.akc.org to learn more about finding the right breed for you. at Morgan McClure Chevrolet Pontiac has moved to the Sales Department. I have been in the main office and finance department at the Castlewood location for the: past 19 years. I would like to invite all o my family and friends to contact me; for all of your automotive needs. ; Work- 276-762-2311 ;:i >, , Cell- 276-393-5o16 ::: Email CMAYSo I@MORGANMCCLURE.COM Morgan McClure Chevrolet Pontiac GMC~ Castlewood, VA 24224