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~ Page 4 CLINCH VAL .I~Y-.TJMES, St. Pavi~ VA, Thursday, November 19. 2009 i 50th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY...Matthew and Loraine Link celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on November 10. Their family and friends hosted an anniversary party for them on November 7 at Dinsmore Hall in St. Paul. They would like to express their heartfelt thanks to everyone who made their 50th wedding anniversary a special day for them. by Morgan Tale, Brittany Milgrim, Crystal Woolford & Rebecca Smith Last week at CHS, on traveled to St. Paul. The eighth Wednesday, November 11, grade basketball teams will also Southwest Virginia Community be competing on Wednesday, College hosted a five-course November 18 at home against instructional meal for all seniors Hays/. that wished to attend. During the In others news, report cards meal, students were taught the were sent home on Monday, fine etiquette of dining in a November 16. The FBLA spun- formal setting. On November 11, sored a Thanksgiving Dinner on the sophomore class took a field Tuesday, November 17. trip to Southwest Virginia Com- For your information the munity College for the Career 2009 BETA Induction Cere- Opportunity Showcase. The mony will be held on Wed- students were escorted through nesday, November 18 at 10:40 different presentations ranging am in the auditorium. There will from electrical science, welding, be an assembly sponsored by the health care, the arts, and others. SADD Club on Tuesday, In sports, the eighth gradeNovember 14 at 1:30 pm in the .'ff~ys' and girls' basketball teams auditorium. traveled to Honaker on Thursday School will be closed from ii November 12. On Saturday, wednesday, November 25 i November 14, state cross court- through Sunday, November 29 :~ try was held at Warrenton. Also in observance of the Thanks- i on November 14 the CHS drama giving holiday. : team competed in the Regional The deadline for senior Theatre Festival. On Monday, portraits, baby pictures and i November 16 the academic team casual pictures has been traveled to Rye Cove. Also on extended to Friday, November the 16th the eighth grade boys' 20. Senior ads are on sale now and girls' basketball teams host- for $30. Each ad includes a ed Honaker. On Tuesday, Nov- picture of choice. If interested, ember 17, eighth grade boys' please contact Mrs. Monk at the and girls' basketball teamsschool for an order form. STOP FOR ANY SCHOOL BUS LOADING OR UNLOAD ING CHILD RE N ! [ UP TO I OFF YOUR NEX___TT HEATING BILL! i I~t'rP"'"'ma'wlraar~m'"l'"'il:mnm-'~ [ | Saves Money "OW...Saves Money tATER i -I "~ Heats up to 1000 sq. ft. ,z Full factory warranty el ~[; evenly for about a $1 a day ,/Money back guarantee lJ i[~,/Safe around kids & pets /Cannot start fires am ]iCA.Lt NOW OFFER EXP.IRES SOONB !i 888 882 22111, ~ DEALERS WANTED. Ernie's Drug and Gifts I hone 769-_~800 Ernie Kcith, Pharmacist Your holnetown pharnIacy LOCATED BESIDE FOOD CITY Pharmacy & Your Health Management of Parkinson's Symptoms Parkinson s disease is a condition characterized by progressive neuroogic deterioration. A neurotransmitter chemical known as ~dopamine plays a large role in the development of Parkinson's. "Other neurotransmitter substances that may be involved include :acetylcholine, glutamate, serotonin, and norepinephrine. Symptoms qnclude tremor, rigidity, and changes in posture. : .While there is currently no cure for Parkinson's, medications are :ava lable to manage the condition and to improve the quality of life "-of those affected. Levodopa is prescribed for Parkinson's because ~it is converted to dopamine in the body. Carbipdopa is given along ~with levodopa because this additional medication prevents nausea ;and vomiting that could occur when levodopa is taken alone. :Sinemet is made up of levodopa and carbidopa. Medications that !directly stimulate dopamine receptors include bromocriptine :(Parlodel) and ropinirole (Requip). Selegiline (Eldepryl) inhibits imonoamine oxidase B (MAOB), an enzyme involved in Parkinson's, :thereby increasing both dopamine and serotonin. Entacapone '~(Comtan) and tolcapone (Tasmar) increase dopamine by inhibiting an enzyme involved in the condition. Stalevo contains carbidopa, levodopa, and entacapone. -'l We Now Carry $1 a Great Selection of $1.00 items! See us for all your health and beauty needs ’4 ~R PUBLIC FAX # 276-762-0213 Happy birthday Jacob Carson Wingfield, son of Josh and DeeDee Wingfield, celebrated his third birthday on October 20th with a Monster Truck party. Grandparents are Mike and Joyce Wingfield, Boones Mill; Sheila Miller, Castlewood and Carson and Mae Wise, Nora. Great-grandparents are Irvin ~," and Edna Sloan, Roanoke; "/ Mildred Wingfield, BoonesCHS VISITS MORGAN- McCLURE...Thirteen students from the-castlewo0d Mill and the late James High School REACH program visited Morgan McClure in Castlewood on Wingfield; Carson Wise, Sr., Tuesday, November 10. Morgan McClure has partnered with CHS in the 21st St. Paul and the late Dorothy Wise; the late Robert and Century Community Learning Center grant. During the visit, Teresa H/leman, Viola Miller. Office Manager, welcomed students and explained the basics of the business: Students visited the service department and talked with Rodney Jessee and David Helton. Tracy France took the students on a tour of the body shop, explaining various services offered there. The students were presented with a gift from Morgan McClure before leaving. Pictured, left to right, are David Helton, Rodney Jessee, Ryan Long, Scott Hale and Amber Fleming. 1 Friends of the Library plan Christmas tree fundraiser In addition, the Lays Center • , BSG tells holiday schedule for the Arts features a Jam l S|,~i,m~le$|J'Rs Session from 6:30-10:30 every ~ Movie H0tline276"6794252 The Virginia Department ofThanksgiving. The office will Thursday, with doors opening at • Located in Downtown Norton, VA Veterans Services, Big Stone be closed for Christmas 6 p.m. There is no charge for : Gap office, has announced its December 24 and 25, and for admission, and the event is Open • . e ~r * ~r e * e ",~ "~ e holiday schedule. New Year's Day Friday, both to musicians and specta- : fTWILICOTSACR:NEWMOON,D-,s] The office will be closed at January 1. tors. . ~,,: ~:45-4:30.7:15-19:00 • SAT/SUN/WED: 11:15 - 1:45 - 4:30 noon on November 25, and alsoThe office wishes everyone a Classes offered at the Lays •7:m. lo:oo on November 26 and 27 for ~fe and happy holiday season. Hardware Center for the Arts •~ ........... include the following: ~ f TWILIGHT SAGA: HEW MOON ,D4S ] • FRIISAT: 3:00 " 6:00 * 8:30 " 11:15 PM • Stained Glass-- Thursdays • SUN/WED: 3:00 ° 6:00 " 0:30 PM • MON/TUE/THU: 5:00 ° 8:30 PM • f PUIHn§I eu 1 • ~FRI/MONITUE/THU: 4:25 " 6:45 - 9:00 PM! Your ad •: ....SU ...... 0:45 o12:05 " 2:20 ° 4:25__..~9:00 PM • f TNE BLIND SIDE PC-IS [FRIIMONITUE/THU: 4:15 * 7:05 • 9:35 PM / sA'r/SUN/W~O: 1:00 ° 4:15 - 7:05 9:35 PM ’~kdl,~ i I 2012 PC-13 ~' ~//~ ~~'~ ~/~ FRI/MON ....... U:6:30-g:30PM SAT/SUN/WED: 2:30 ° 0:30 - g:30 PM FRI/MON/TUE/THU: 4:35 ° 7:00 ° 9:15 PM S ..... N / ~:0~ :. 1~::10g ;ik21:15 " 4:35 $ d P.O. Box 939 Lebanon, VA 24266 .Phone (276) 889-1380 Fax (276) 889-1388 The Friends of J. Fred ber 9, at 12 noon. Matthews Memorial Library are For a $1 donation, made to once again sponsoring their any member of Friends of the popular fundraising event, the Library, your name will be in- Christmas Tree Give Away. An cluded in the drawing. All funds artificial Christmas Tree, dona- raised from this event will sup- ted by Bailey Hardware, will be port programs and materials decorated and displayed at the purchases for the J. Fred Mat- Library during November and thews Memorial Library. early December. For more information, call The fully decorated tree will the Library at 276-762-9702, or be ~iven away to one luckycontact a member of the Friends ,_, ,, f " winner on Wednesday, Decem- o the L|brary. Lays Center for the Arts to features bluegrass and crafts, Lays Hardware Center fort he at 8 o m Call Rita Porter, 27iS- Arts, 609 Front Street, Coeburn, ads ~io:~. will feature a .program ~'~'Potte'ry/Ceramics--Wednes- oiuegr~_s mumc every Fmdaydays at 5 p.m. Call Bill Do/ten, night li'om 7:30-10:30. Doors 276-395-2163; open at 6 p.m. Tickets are $5 for • Quilting--Mondays at 6 adults, $1 for children 8-12, and p m Call Bill Do/ten, 76-395- children under 8 are admitted 2"i63; and fre~ . • Jewelry Making--classes ,rea.tured groups mclude the now forming. Call Loretta iOllowmg . : _ Mays, 276-395-3323 to express • r~ovember 20--Uncut tlrass interest featuring the Center Stage Clog, Lays" Hardware Center for the ge~--th~s will be Old Fashioned Arts is a nonprofit organization r~lght, , so wear your bibs, dedicated to the preservation of aprons, Runnels, etc.; Appalachian culture. It offers • November 27--No show. o-*,=-o;nmont in a smoke free nappy i nan~sgwmg ,.. • alcohol-free family atmosphere. Me~sen~ers~,,ber" ""°'~ n--Bluegrass For more information, call • ~_ ', ..... Loretta Mays, 276-395-5160 or : .4..uecem°er ~ |--t~megrass 2/o-3'~3-332~, or email info':'L~ C.,.E~; • layshardware com or go to December 18--South , , "; www laysnamware com Mountain Boys featuring the " " "" i Center Stage Cloggers; • December 25 No sh .................. Merry Christmas, ow. : ~'~i ' • January 1--No show. Happy : ~;~.,~.,~ ~-=~v • New Year! • ball( : 3qov 2~ ~ I~K~ 26~2o~ •• ~ TRECOS PG-131ESUSTiI|SOAY) • L FRIIMON/TUE: 4:40 PM • • SAT/SUN: 12:10 " 4:40 PM • • f PACANOilMAL ACTIVITY n • i • / (ENDS YUEDIAYI • • ~_ FRIISATISUNIMON/TUE: 9:35 PM • O • f COUPLES RETREAT ru-la • / (ENDS TUESDAY) • L FRI/MON/TUE: 7:15 PM • • SAT/SUN" 2"25 - 7"15 PM• • ~- OLD DOGS re • • l (STARTS WEDD|SSAYI • WED(11 -25): 12:10 " 2:25 " 4:20 • • 7:15 - 9:35 PM • • THU(11-26): 4:20 " 7:15 " 9:35 PM • • ALL STADIUM SEATING AUDITORIUMS • • ALL DIGITAL SURROUND SOUND • CENTRAL ,~ : DRIVE- IN • The AKC:+ rerninds parent~ to I teach their children how to Blackwood - VA behave around dogs, Children who learn to treat a clog with care and respect will be safer r TWILIGNTsABA:NEWMOOH PS-111 ] and more confident around the+r L~ canine pals. For more information i about safety around dogs, visit: r TWILnGNT:Tal ORIGINAL I=1"1=1 ] www.ak’;,org. 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