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Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013 4-H Market Hog Project a great success In March of 2013 the Russell County 4-H Program offered Russell County youth ages 9-18 the opportunity to enroll in the 4-H Market Hog Project Club. Pigs weigh- ing approximately 50 pounds were purchased by the 15 youth participating in this 4-H Project. The pigs all came from the same producer and were the same breed, age and size so that the project competition would be fair to all of the 4-Hers. The 4-Hers received their pigs on the same day in May and raised and • cared for their pigs throughout the sum-mar. They kept detailed records and took pictures of the progress of their pigs in order to complete the required 4-H Market Hog Project Record Book. TheRussell County 4-H Market Hog Project ended with the 4-H Market Hog Show which was held on September 6, 2013 at the RBssell County Fair. The 4-Hers then took their hogs back home. The Project Record Books were turned in on September 13 to be scored by a panel of qualified judges. The 4-H Market Hog Show at the Russell County Fair drew a large crowd of spectators in the Livestock Barn! The hogs were divided by their weight for the var- ious classes at the show. The youth were divided by their age to participate in one of two Showmanship Classes. In the Showmanship Classes the 4-Hers were judged on how well they handled and maneuvered their animals for the judge to be able to see the hogs at their best. The winners of the weight division classes competed for Grand and Reserve Champion of the Russell County Fair 4-H Market Hog Show. All of the 4-Hers did an outstanding job of present- ing their free animals in the Russell County Fair 4-H Market Hog Show. It was evident to every- one that the 4-Hers had worked hard and spent a lot of time feeding, watering and caring for their pigs. The youth had worked with their pigs gentling them ! and teaching them to guide in the show ring. Of course, bribing the pigs with cookies, feed and other treats helped! RESERVE Grand Champion of the Russell County Fair 4-H Market Hog Show' was owned and exhibited by Cole Jessee..Cole's beautiful hog, "Baconator" weighed 227 pounds. Cole is the son of Howard and Melody Jessee. CHICKEN PIE 3 cups cooked shredded chicken 2 cups chicken broth 1 can cream of chicken soup 1 cup self-rising flour pepper to taste 1 stick butter, melted 1 cup buttermilk Put chicken in a casse- role dish. Combine broth and soup in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Pour the broth mixture over the chicken. Mix flour, pepper together. Stir in the melted butter and buttermilk. Pour over chicken and smooth the top. Do not stir. Bake 425 degrees for 45 minutes or until crust is brown and filling is hot and bubbly. CHEESY CORN CASSEROLE 1 stick butter melted 1 can whole kernel corn, drained 1 can cream style corn 1 (8 oz.) sour cream 1 box Jiffy corn muffin mix 2 cups grated cheese divided: 1 1/2 cups in mix and 1/2 cup sprinkled on top Mix all ingredients together. Pour into a but- tered casserole dish. Sprinkle cheese on top and bake 375 degrees for 45 minutes. EGG CUSTARD PIE 1/2 stick butter, soft- ened 1/4 cup sugar pinch of salt. 4 eggs 1 can (14 oz.) sweet- ened condensed milk 2 cups whole milk, warmed 1 teas. vanilla 2 (9 inch) pie shells Beat butter, sugar and salt until creamy. Add eggs one at a time beat'mg after each egg is added. Add condensed milk, whole milk and vanilla. Mix well. Pour into the pie shells. Bake 425 degrees for 10 minutes. Reduce oven to 300 degrees and bake 25 minutes longer until filling is set in the center. SWEET AND SAVORY RIBS 1 large onion, chopped 4 lbs. boneless country- style pork ribs 1 bottle (18 oz.) honey barbecue sauce 1/3 cup maple syrup 1/4 cup spicy brown mustard 1/2 teas. salt 1/4 teas. pepper Place the onion in a 5 qt slow cooker. Top with fibs. Combine remaining ingredi- ents; pour over ribs. Cook, covered on low 8-9 hours or until meat is tender. UVa-Wise grads to get preference at law school GRAND CHAMPION of the Russell County Fair 4-H Market Hog Show was owned and exhibited by Adrienne Morrison.• Adrienne's prize winning hog, "Mort" weighed 245 pounds. Adrienne is the daughter of Jeff-and Angela Morrison. And the winners 146-159 pounds: 1st Hunter Musick; 2nd Nick Moore; 3rd Lucas Palmer Graduates of The University of Virginia's College at Wise who want to pursue a law degree from the Appalachian School of Law .will get preferential admis- sion after officials from both institutions signed an agree- ment last week. The preferential admission agreement ensures that each UVa-Wise graduate who meets specific criteria is accepted as a student for graduate work in law at ASL. Chancellor Donna P. Henry and ASL Dean and Chief Executive Officer Lucy S. McGough signed the agree- ment. "We are delighted to pen the agreement with the Appalachian School of Law," Henry said. "It opens are... Class 2 - Hogs 201-205-222 opportunities for our graduates and will help those inter- ested in pursuing a law The winners of the Russell pounds: 1st Sydney Dale; 2rid degree to reach their career • • • ...... • • • • • • • •, County Fair 4-H Market Hog James C. Horn; 3rd William goals. We are always eager to 1 Cinema i Project were as follows: Robinson work together with other m-StadiumTbeatres • Showmanship for 11-15 Class 3 - Hogs 227-245 higher education institu- years olds: 1st place Gunner pounds: 1st Adrienne tions in the region." 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