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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, November 24, 2016 Page 3 Q Q Q Lois Loretta Coffey West Dante, VA - Lois Loretta Hill Coffey, 49 born September 30, 1967 in Norton, VA and went to be with the Lord, Saturday, November 26, 2016 at Russell County Medical Center in Lebanon, Virginia. Survivors include her husband, Marion 'Skip' Lytton Coffey; mother Lois Louellen Hill, Nora, VA, father Earl Donald Hill, Nora, VA; a daughter Cynna Coffey, and fiance, Jason Gross, St. Paul; son, Brandon Coffey, and wife, Kelly Coffey, Castlewood, step-daughters, Amanda Coffey and wife, Trisha Coffey, Boone, NC, Dana Coffey and Kayla Coffey, both of Statesville, NC; three sisters, Trish Trent and husband, Lanny, St. Paul, Tara Statzer and hus- band, Randall, Lebanon, and Heather Miller and husband, Jeffery, Kingsport, TN; fou~ broth- ers, Marcus "Mark' Hill, and Marcus 'Tank' Hill, both of Nora, Dexter Hill and wife, Cindy and Jody Hill and Michelle, both of Castlewood; 10 grandchil- dren~ several nieces and nephews. Funeral services for Lois Loretta Coffey will be held on Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 2:00 PM at Estes Funeral Home with Rev. Bill Crawford officiating. Burial will fol- low Thursday December 1, 2016 at Skeens Cemetery. Visitation will be held Wednesday after 5:00 P.M. at the funeral Home. Arrangements by Estes Funeral Home, 114 High Ave., Coeburn, VA. Recordsuccess at l0th Annual Celebrity Bagging Event United Way teamed up with Food City to host the tenth annual Celebrity Bagging Event on Tuesday in support of their annual fufidraising campaign. According to preliminary reports, the event raised over $27,000 combined, making this by far the largest year on record for the event. The event included Food City locations in Johnson City, Bristol, Jonesborough,. Gray, Elizabethton, Piney Flats. Blountville, Hixson, and Chattanooga, TN; Bristol, Abingdon, Marion, Chilhowie, Galax, Independence, Richlands. Lebanon, and Wise, VA and Fort Oglethorpe, GA and took place on Tuesday, November 22, 2016 from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Local celebrities from throughout the region vol- unteered their time and tal- ents to bag groceries at the paTticipating Food City locations. Shoppers made contributions to the United Way through tips for the celebrity baggers at the checkouts - gathered in collection containers or added to their grocery total. Steve Smith, President and CEO of Food City, said during the event, "We've always been active with United Way. We want to call attention to them and what a great job they do. We like to have some vol- unteers come in - some folks from the community - to bag groceries for an hour or two. We'll have politi- cians, we'll have business leaders, we'll have police officers, and community advocates, and we just have a lot of fun. They get to meet their friends and neighbors, but most of all, raise a lot of money to sup- port United Way. One hun- dred percent of the pro- ceeds go to United Way that are raised here today, and we're just proud to be a part of the community." Money raised during the event goes to area United Way campaigns. The United Way allocates resources to community initiatives and to member agencies that address the most pressing human ser- vice needs, honing in on education, health, and financial stability. Participating Food City locations are listed below. Southwest Virginia totals are listed in parenthesis. 249 - 531 Battlefield Parkway, Fort Oglethorpe. GA 30742 601 - 2120 S. Roan St.. Johnson City, TN 617 1430 Volunteer Parkway, Bristol, TN 622 1317 Virginia Avenue, Hwy. 421, Bristol, TN 629 - 920 North State of Franklin Rd., Johnson City, TN 631 920 Broad St.. Village Shopping Center. Elizabethton, TN 640 - 500 Forest Drive, Jonesborough, TN 641 - 4307 North Roan Street, Carroll Creek Crossing, Johnson City, TN 669 1921 Highway 394, Blountville. TN 670 125 Judge Gresham Rd.. Gray, TN 699 6681 Bristol Highway, Piney Flats, TN ATTEND CHURCH THIS SUNDAY TRI-COUNTY TIRE SERVICE INC. St. Paul, Va. Phone: 762-9501 703 - 5604 Hixson Pike, Hixson, TN 37343 716 - 3801 Tennessee Avenue, Chaftanooga, TN 37409 816 - 100 Bonham Road, Lee Highway, P.O. Box 16219. Bristol, VA 821 1320 Euclid Avenue, Euclid Avenue Shopping Center. Bristol. VA 823 -396 Towne Centre Drive, Town Centre Shopping Ctr., Abingdon, VA (over $1400) 827 1135 Claypool Hill Mall Road, Cedar Bluff, VA (over $900) 848 - 910 N. Main St., Pkwy. Shopping Center. Marion. VA (over $350) 849 - 145 W. Lee Hwy., Chilhowie, VA (Over $500) 865 - 955-A East Stuart Drive, Galax. VA (Over $1800) 866 - 568 East Main St. Independence, VA (Over $3000) 890 - 159 Pittston Road, P.O. Box 1988, Lebanon. VA (Over $350) 898 - 207 Woodland Dr. SW. Wise, VA (Over $1200) ABOUT UNITED WAY OF SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA United Way of Southwest Virginia fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in Southwest Virginia by forging unlike- ly partnerships, finding new solutions to old prob- lems, mobilizing the best resources, and inspiring individuals to create lasting change in the lives of over 350,000 residents from all walks of life. United Way of Southwest Virginia mobilizes thousands of people to give, advocate and volunteer across 5,860 square miles (approximate- ly 15% of the state of Virginia) in the counties of Bland, Buchanan, Carroll, Dickenson, Giles. Grayson, Lee, Russell. Scott, Smyth, Tazewell, Washington, and Wise, and the cities of Galax and Norton. For more informa- tion about United Way of Southwest Virginia, visit unitedwayswva.org. ILL For Limited Time Only. Customer Appreciation Month: our way of saying 'thank you" All spaces $849 each (reg. $14504890) Concrete Vaults $849 each (reg. $1560) Opening/Closings $849 each (reg. $1285) 30% off on Bronze or Granite Memorials and Benches 30% off Mausoleum Packages (save over $5,000) Call 276-762-5579 Interest Free Financing Available Pre Need Only Several weeks ago our store closed after 43 years. We still have some merchandise left and some special purchases at blowout prices. Check out a few things we have left... Shoes & Boots varies on sizes & styles. Appx. 200 pair including rubber & kids. ALL $25 & under .... ...................... Paint Gray Seal Brand gallons interior, exterior, flat & gloss NOW: $8 & under Toboggans, scarves, hats & gloves 200 pieces assorted sizes Your choice $1-$2 each Mens button-up shirts I/s, s/s, dress & sport Close to 100 in stock. Sizes vary Now: $5 Buy 1 Get 2 free * i:: :: !ii:i? i~:::ili:: .. " " Infared Heaters (btu: 5200) only 5 available Special price: $148 N iiiiiNi!iiiiN Kerosene Heaters (btu 23,500) only 3 left Blowout price: $128 Mystery boxes: $1.00 each Cedar bedding 2 cu ft Only 20 bags in stock Now: $6 per bag C.heck out our newly bundled clothes! Buy more save more! Mens jeans & dress pants, assorted styles & sizes Now $2.00 each Bqys assorted sized denim-older styles Now $1.00-$2.00 each Some flooring left, odds & ends laminate. Only a few boxes of each style .35 cents per ft FIXTURES FOR SALE Over 200 lin. ft metal adjustable shelving. Great for garages, basements & business shelving] Check us out for pricing. Shoe shelving 4 ft sections appx. 160' for sale. $20 per section or take it all for $500 or make us an offer! Tables: Wooden structure 8' to 12' long and 4' wide. Prices vary $20 and up. STORE HOURS Dec. 2 & 3, 9am-7pm Ve 3' limited stock..No items will be held_First come first serve