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~(~LINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, November 19,. 2009~ Pag6 5 Warning to teens who smoke .... Hdg *' Every year, smokers across Increased prevalence of smokers who breathe seco - the nation take part in thegastric ulcers hand smoke have an increa d American Cancer Society's Increased risk of cancer risk of developing lung cancer. ....... Great American SmokeOut by (lungs, mouth, liver and colon) Non-smoking spouses have~ a SCALL LES 1 .bsp. white s\'rup ~ ...... smoking less or quitting for the increased cramping and 30% greater risk of developing 3 cups soft bread crumbs I tsp. vanilla " day. This year s awareness day heavier periods lung cancer than do spouses ~f is on November 18. With half of Early menopause non-smokers. In addition, smok- : V4 lb. melted butter Combine all ingredients the United States now protected Bad breath - ers are putting their children at- - 6 apples, slicedthinand except ~anilla. Boil 5 minutes. 9eeled Add vanilla. Pour over hot cake. by smoke-free laws and more Increased number of risk when smoking in their '/2 tsp. nutmeg legislative bills being consid- wrinkles in the facial area homes and automobiles, such as '/4 tsp. cinnamon CRANBERRY CASSEROLE ered, there has .never been aThe American Cancer ear infections, bronchitis, pneu- 1 cup sugar 3 cups sliced apples better time to quit smoking and Society estimates that there will monia, and asthma." Mix sugar, spices and apples. 1 can whole cranberry sauce enjoy a healthier life. Thebe approximately 9,200 lives Personal tobacco use i iis Pour melted butter over bread ',5 cup brown sugar LENOWISCO Health District lost in Virginia due to personal associated with an increased risk crumbs. Put layer of buttered cup white sugar joins the tobacco cessationuse of tobacco, and additional for 15 types of cancer and crumbs in baking dish, thenMix together and spread in a . . campaign by urging teens across 1,730 non-smoking Virginians accounts for 30% of all cancer apples. Layer rest of crumbs on greased casserole. Southwest Virginia who smoke will die from exposure to deaths and 87% of lung cane&, to call the Quit Now Virginia secondhand smoke in the according to VDH. Tobacco top:for 40Coverminutes.and bake 350 degrees cupMiXmeltedtgether"butter hotline, a clinically-proven, free upcoming year. The, Virginia is also associated with increased telephone-based counseling pro- Department of Health s Chronic risk of heart disease, str , 1 cups quick oats gram' at 1-800-QUIT to embark Disease Report 2006 indicates emphysema and other CARROT WALNUT CAKE 1/3 cup flour "~ 1 cups salad oil cup or more nuts on a personal plan to quit.that 19% of Virginians currently lung diseases. About 8.6 miltNn z cupssugar Spread over mixture in Teens who regularly smoke smoke. More alarming, South- people in the United St s 4 eggs casserole dish. Bake 325 degrees generally are addicted to nico- west Virginia has one of the suffer from smoking-relatld 1 tsp. vanilla until golden brown, tine and most high school highest smoking rates (30.8%) in diseases. Smoking claims mb}e 2 cups self-rising flour seniors who smoke will smoke the state. In addition, 21% of lives than alcohol, AIDS, car 1 tsp. cinnamon CHICKEN CASSEROLE through adult years. Most teens local high school - students accidents, illegal drugs, murders,i 4 reed. size carrots, grated 6 to 8 chickenbreasts, increase their consumption of indicate they smoke, and suicides combined. ' 1 cup walnuts, chopped boneless cigarettes as they grow older. "Lung cancer is the leadingThe Great Americgn Combine oil, sugar, eggs and 6 to 8 slices bacon Consequently, teen smokers face cause of all cancer-related deaths SmokeOut challenges people2;ef vanilla in large bowl and beat on 1 pt. sour cream many health problems including: in Virginia," states Shirley all ages to stop using toba . F , . ~* edium speed for five minutes.1 large jar chipped beef Reduced lung capacity Miller, Chronic Disease Health or more mformatmn Beat in flour with cinnamon. 2 cans cream of mushroom and growth Education Coordinator for the effective ways to quit for gobltl, i Blend in carrots and walnuts, soup Poor athletic perform- LENOWISCO Health District. contact your local health Pour into greased 9x13 pan. Layer chipped beef on once "Lung cancer is the second most department: Lee County (276) Bake 325 degrees for 50 to 60 bottom of casserole dish. Wrap Increased shortness of frequently diagnosed cancer in 346-2011; Scott County (276) minutes, bacon around each piece of breath Virginia. However, smokers are 386-1312; and Wise County/City Topping chicken and place on top of Weak bones not the only people at-risk. Non- of Norton (276) 328-8000. 1 cupsugar chipped beef. Mix sour cream vv , Annalacr';an cup buttermilk and mushroom soup. Pour over -.., ,, 4 tbsp. butter chicken. Bake 350 degrees for V2 tsp. soda 45 to 50 minutes. Strings at ml SW Virginia Legislative Country Cabin The Country Cabin, located .... Breakfast is November 23 m o.on on Music Trail will feature The Southwest Virginia give citizens an opportunity to Legislative Breakfast will be held Monday, November 23,a t The University of Virginia's College at Wise. Registration will be held from 8=8:30 a.m., and the breakfast will begin at 8:30 a.m., followed by the forum at 9 a.m. The cost is $15 per person. Reservations should be made in advance. The Wise Count3, Virginia Chamber of Commerce will host the forum, and it will be co- sponsored by the Chambers of Commerce for the counties of Buchanan, Lee, Russell, Scott, Smyth, Tazewell and Washing- ton, and the municipalities of Bristol, Richlands and laze- well. This breakfast/forum will emphasis will be "Forget Not Appalachian Strings on Saturday, The Duties." November 21. Admission for the night is $5 for adults (12 and Camp Bethel over)andS1 for children 2-11. Each Saturday night, from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm, live in Lights Camp Bethel Ministries in Wise will present the annual Camp Bethel in Lights. The holiday display will begin Thanksgiving night and will continue through January 1. During that time, Camp Bethel will be adorned with over 200,000 lights, decorating buildings and creating holiday scenes. All are invited to join Camp Bethel in celebrating the Christ- mas season. Camp Bethel in Lights is open to all members of the community. For directions or for more information, call 1-800-358- 4049. 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. The Country Cabin is located one and one-half miles west of Norton (between Norton and 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 admission. All musicians and spectators welcome. interact with their legislators regarding vital issues that will be addressed in the upcoming General Assembly. All area legislators have agreed to parti- cipate. Questions will be pre- sented to the legislative panel through a program moderator. Legislators will be asked to limit each response to three minutes. Questions for the le- gislators must be submitted to the Wise County Chamber of Commerce by November 18. To make reservations or submit questions, call the Wise Count3' Chamber of Commerce at 276-679-0961 or e-mail The deadline for registration is November 18. Classified advertising 762-7671 I . .,, A safe step to comfort and independence A walk-in tub is independence for those who value self-sufficiency at a much lower price. Lifetime warranty on double-sealed door as wellastub .I.mlj.tRg.88 r/ . All these features and more standard I'FIIR llllllla at 30.40% less than the competition Ask about our 100% Financing available Senior Gtizen Discou WALK--IN TUB Co. " Give the the gift that lasts all year long! For new Gift Subscriptions or Renewals of Gift Subsc s $25.50 In Wise and Russell Counties (Regular rate- $28.50) $2 Other 24-zips (Regular rate - $30.00) $29.5,0 All other (Regular rate- $32.50) We'll send a card to announce your gift... and--as a special bonus to both current & new subscribers; You may subscribe or renew for yourself at the same rate'. when you order at least one new or renewed gift i~11 subscription. ~. ", t y Ti ..... Clinch Valle mes ,. 2 P'O. BOX 817 '~ St. Paul, VA 24283