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Page 8 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, November 16, 2017 Fred Matthews Memorial Library Story Hour Perfect Attendance October 2017...Katie Jay Christian, Gracie Brooks, Blakely Hamilton, Brantley Hughes, Elise Salyer, Rylie Salyer, Tucker Smith, Annika Addington, Nolan Johnson, Henry Johnson. WINNERS of the Halloween costume contest at St. Paul Elementary included: Brady Armistead, Kyleigh Harmon, Ronnaleigh Barnette and Skyler McCoy. Top Readers October 2017 Elise and Rylie Salyer They had 440 books read to them. rSmmmmm by Kathy Stewart Small Business Saturday is about more than just shopping at local stores. It's about celebrat- ing and sharing the small businesses that are part of our lives - from comer stores to restaurants to at- home entrepreneurs. It's these businesses and the people behind them that make our communities unique. And when they succeed, we all do. Here in St. Paul, we will celebrate our small busi- nesses on Friday, November 24 AND Saturday, November 25. Get ready for discounts, coupons, and special sales! Customers will have a game card and will collect stamps throughout town. You have two days to fill up the card! Your blacked out card will be entered in a drawing for a $200 VISA gift card. Game cards are online at www.stpaulmain- and around town at participating businesses. A game card will be in this column next week. Come out, have fun, do some shopping, and sup- port your hometown busi- nesses. You will be glad you did!! For more info e m a i 1 stpaulmainstreet@ gmail.c om or call 276-395-0685. CVT deadlines: Ads Monday 12 noon Copy Monday 3 pm Dominion Energy gives $45,000 to support edu-II II cational opportunities for veterans m Southwest I 0aenc0m ,ma.uusthmn0T, aaMb0/ piling to koop logs. No DUIs In last 10 veals, clean MllHI Virginia's Coalfield Region RICHMOND, 'Va. - Dominion Energy announced today it will ,giye $45,000 to three com- munity colleges to provide dQcational opportunities ?for military veterans in the icoalfield region of Virginia. Mountain Empire Community College, Southwest Virginia Co mmunity College and '.V2~tginia Highlands Community College will each receive $15,000 for educational and workforce training programs focused on veterans. The gifts are