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=Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, November 16, 2017 Skills needed for employment In today's competitive job market, most job-seek- ers wish they knew the secret formula to winning =the hearts and minds of ~employers. What, one may .wonder, is the unique com- .bination of qualities, knowledge, and skills that +make employers excited about a potential employ- Every employer is look- ing for a specific set of Skills from job-seekers that match the skills needed to perform a particular job. The Virginia Department ~of Education has compiled a list of the top profession+ al knowledge and skills most sought after and iden- 'tiffed by Virginia employ- ers. 1. SPEAKING AND I LISTENING: This means that an individual follows directions and communi- Cates effectively with cus- tomers and fellow employ- - ees. 2. READING AND WRITING: Art individual "reads and interprets work- ' place documents and i writes clearly. 3. CRITICAL + THINKING AND PROB- , LEM SOLVING: An indi- vidual analyzes and resolves problems that arise in completing assigned tasks. 4. HEALTH AND SAFETY: An individual follows safety guidelines and manages his or her per- sonal health. 5. ORGANIZA- TIONS, SYSTEMS, AND CLIMATES: An individ- ual identifies "big picture" issues and his or her role in full'riling the mission of the workplace. 6. LIFELONG LEARNING: An individ- ual continually acquires new industry-related infor- mation and improves pro- fessional skills. 7. JOB ACQUISI- TION AND ADVANCE- MENT: An individual pre- pares to apply for a job and to seek promotion. 8. TIME, TASK, AND RESOURCE MANAGE- MENT: An individual organizes and implements a productive plan of work. 9. MATHEMATICS: An. individual uses mathe- matical reasoning to accomplish tasks. 10. CUSTOMER SER- VICE: An individual iden- tifies and addresses the needs of all customers, pro- viding helpful courteous, and knowledgeable serv- ice. The good news is that most job seekers possess many of these skills to some degree. The better news is that job-seekers with weaknesses in any of these areas can improve their skills through train- ing, professional develop- ment, or mentoring from someone who understands these skills. Adult education classes, which are offered by Southwest Regional Adult Education, emphasize the development of profession- al knowledge and skills. Training is provided to help adult students prepare to compete in today's workforce. For more infor- mation about tuition-free classes in your community, contact Southwest Regional Adult Education at 866-581-9935. by Mildred Helbert CRANBERRY CHICKEN 1 (7 oz.) can cranberry sauce "+ 2 tsp. soy sauce 1 1/2 tsp. lemon juice 1/4 cup butter 4 to 6 chicken breasts salt and pepper to taste , Combine cranberry i lsauce, soy sauce, lemon i juice and butter-in~ a i !saucepan. Stir until melted. '.Put chicken in a shallow !baking dish and sprinkle !with salt and pepper. Pour sauce over top. Bake skin side down at 350 degrees for 30 minutes, then turn chicken and bake 20 min- utes longer. PUMPKIN DUMP " CAKE 1 (15 oz.) pumpkin puree 1 (10 oz.) evaporated milk 1 cup brown sugar 3 eggs 3 tsp. pumpkin pie spice 1 box yellow cake mix 2 sticks melted butter 1 cup crushed graham crackers or pecans Spray 9x13 inch pan with Pam. Combine pump- kin, milk, sugar, eggs and spice. Mix well. Pour into pan. Sprinkle cake mix over mixture, then sprinkle graham crackers or nuts on top. Bake 350 degrees for 45 to 50 minutes. BAKED TURKEY CASSEROLE 4 cups turkey, diced 1 can mushroom soup 2 cups celery, sliced thin 6 hard-boiled eggs, sliced 1 cup grated cheese 2 cans cream of chicken soup 1 cup mayonnaise 1 onion, diced 3 cups potato chips crushed Mix turkey, soups, may- onnaise, onion celery and add 1 tbsp. lemon juice. Layer with the eggs. Mix chips and cheese and spread on top. Bake 425 degrees 20-30 minutes. FRUIT BALL 1-8 oz. cream cheese, softened 1 sm. instant vanilla pudding 1 med. can fruit cock'- tail, drained and chopped some chopped pecans (optional) Mix cream cheese, pud- ding mix, fruit cocktail together. Make into a ball and roll in pecans. Good with cinnamon graham crackers. Items of interest. . SUGAR HILL Brewing Co. Saturday, :November 18 Music! KT Vandyke 8:00 p.m. DANTE COAL MIN- ING AND RAILROAD MUSEUM --- Featuring photographs, documents, and artifacts detailing the rich heritage of the Dante community. On display is a scale model of the down- town area as it looked in its heyday. Hours of opera- tion are 11:00 am to 3:30 pm Monday & Tuesday and Thursday & Friday, as well as the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month. The museum is closed on Wednesdays. For more information, please call 276-495-1903. Vendors please call 276-762-5297 and speak to Glenda Veterans Day Celebration Friday...members of VFW Post 8652 Coeburn. Left to right, Dave Perry, Coeburn; Brenton Boone, St. Paul, active duty; Ronald Porter, Coeburn; Anthony Willis, Coeburn, Post Commander; Darrell Mays, Nickelsville; Andy Lawson, Dungannon. Coeburn Cub Scout Pack 170...sitting, left to right, Mason Bradley, Daniel Sexton, Claton Luther, Noah Harvey, Conner Morrison, Logan Lawson, Mason Farmer; standing, Ian Fuller, James Funk, Kordell Vanover, Colton Long, Andrew Slaydon. Leaders: Michael Bradley, Bobby Morrison, Randall Payne, Margaret Mullins, Deneka Mullins. opics .of Compliments Pastor Jessie M. Jones 762-7963 .... The pure in heart will see God Well, the Bible teaches that God made the world in six days and rested on the seventh day from all of His labor. He went on to say that L one day is as a thou- sand years and a thousand years is as one day with the Lord. My understanding is that we must be living way down in the Saturday evening of time. I believe that it is really later than we think. The Bible also teaches that the pure in heart shall see God. It says to lay aside every weight and every sin and all the weights that easily beset you and to run this race and to run it with faith. I believe that we, being the children of God, are required to love one anoth- er. Greater love hath no man than he that would lay down his life for his friend. That's what Jesus did for us. I think that we, as the children of God, need to be like, the Cyprus tree. We don t have them around here but they grow down in Alabama where there are a .~ .~. ~+. -~. ~ ~: ~. ~ ~- -?~ ~ * :: Cinema City :: Stadium lot of Cyprus trees. I under- stand that as they grow up, all the roots tie and mangle together. You'll never see a Cyprus tree blown over by the wind. In order to blow over one, there's got to be enough wind to uproot all of them because they are tied, mixed, and mangled together. Each one protects the other one. That is how we as Christians need to be. The Bible said that the whole body fitly joined together. The Bible speaks 22 times about a great shak- ing. Isaiah 2:19 and in verse 21 talks about when the Lord will shake this earth. I don't believe that's too far away until that times going to come. I believe that will be the time that people forget about their manmade denominations +(which that word's not even written in the Bible) and they are going to begin to realize that we are going to need each other and the pure in heart will see God. It won't matter if your name is in a book somewhere or even if it's carved in stone. What will matter is whether or not your name is written in the Lamb's Book of Life. Jesus will decide that case in John 5:22. 5909 OLD OSBORNE TURNPIKE * RICHMOND, VA i Movie Hotline For Sbowlimee i 27'6-679-4252 Check Showtirnes Online ; nortoncinema.com : C IENITR,e L_ : DRIVE- IN ~' ~c~'avooct, VA 276-679-3761 : ADULTS: $8 CHILDREN: ~ O~ f*oo ~eoeeee ~ell~ WWW.METALROOFOVER.COM 1-800-893d242 Thurs. 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