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Page 8 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, December 10. 2009 f i FIRST PLACE...Ihe St. Paul Assembly of God float, "A Savior Is Born--Jesus Christ The Lord," won first place in the St. Paul Christmas Parade, sponsored by the Town on Saturday at 5 p.m. The first place prize was $50. Outer Banks North Carolina Multi-Property AUCTION: Thursday... Dec. 17th... 6:00pro Featuring 25 Properties - Bank Owned et al Homes... Commercial... Development Properties SECOND PLACE...Th-e Spring City Baptist Church float took the second place prize of $35 at the St. Paul Christmas Parade, held Saturday at 5 p.m. ROGERS ) THIRD PLACE TIE...There were two winners for third place in the St. Paul Christmas Parade on Saturday at 5 p.m. The float pictured was entered by the New Castlewood Baptist Church, which was awarded $25. Another $25 went to the float which carried members of the "Bodacious Red Hat Ladies." (We're sorry that we were unable to let a.photo_ of this group._) OTHER PARADE UNITS.'.These two units joined m-any others in the St. Paul Christmas Parade. Area volunteer fire departments and rescue squads also entered a number of fire trucks, utility vehicles and ambulances. ( Public hearings scheduled for Governor's proposed 2010-12 biennial state budget Notice is hereby given that the House Appropriations and Senate Finance Committees of the Virginia General Assembly will hold Regional Public Hear- ings on the Governor's Proposed 2010-2012 Biennial State Budget as follows: Thursday, January 7, 2010 -Hearings begin at 12:00 noon Portsmouth - Tidewater Community College, New Ports- mouth Campus, "The Forum", Building A Harrisonburg - James Madison University, Graflon- Stovall Theatre Blacksburg - Virginia Tech, Graduate Life Center (formerly the Donaldson-Brown Center) Friday, January 8, 2010 - Hearing begins at 10:00 a.m. Fairfax County - Northern Virginia Community College, Annandale Campus (Ernst Center Theater) Monday, January 11, 2010 - Hearing begins at 12:00 noon Richmond - General As- sembly Building - House Room D The purpose of the hearings is to receive comments on the Governor's proposed 2010-2012 State Budget. Those persons wishing to speak may register at each hearing site no earlier than one hour prior to the start of the hearing. Speakers will be taken in the order of registration. Each person may register only one speaker at a time. Speakers are asked to limit their comments to three minutes or less. Speakers re- presenting groups and organ- izations should consolidate re- marks to reduce duplication. Persons unable to attend may comment in writing to either: Delegate Lacey E. Putney, P.O. Box 406, General Assembly Building, Richmond, Virginia 23218 OR Senator Charles J. Colgan, 10 th Floor, General Assembly Building, Richmond, Virginia 23219 Accommodations for indiv- iduals with hearing impairment may be made by calling (804) 698-7480 by 5:00 p.m. Thursday, December 30, 2009. Adult Education Connection by Karen Gent Passing the GED Tests can mean big benefits for an individual, for business, and for society. These tests are a first step toward better jobs, further training, or higher education. Here are a few helpful hints for those who are preparing to take the Language Arts, Writing 'Test, one of the five subjects on the GED Tests. Make sure to read the whole document before you start to answer the questions. Some questions test your ability to create a unified paragraph or document and assume that you have already read the entire text. Read the document care- fully. When you come across errors, think about how you would correct them. Also, con- sider whether all the sentences in a paragraph support the main idea. Finally, think about whether the sentences appear in logical order. Then, once you start working on the questions, you may already have an idea about the correct answers. Use the scratch paper pro- vided to plan out your response to the essay topic. Jot down notes, ideas, outline, or any other tools that might help you plan the organization and con- tent of your paper. Organize your essay as a direct response to the topic assigned. Your essay should state your response and then explain why you answered the way you did. Make sure you address the assigned topic. Use details and examples that show the reader what your response is and how and why you believe it is. The more convincing your essiy is, the more effective it is. Whatever the specific topic may be, think of your essay as an attempt to convince the reader of the correctness of your response. Be sure that all the details and examples you provide in your essay are directly relevant to your response to the essay topic. Stay on topic! If you are off-topic, your essay will not receive a score. Once you get your topic, plan to use some of your test time for planning and final revising in addition to writing. An essay topic might look like this: What is one' important goal you would like to achieve in the next few years? In your essay, identify one goal and explain how you plan to achieve it. Use your personal observation, experience, and knowledge to support your essay. For more information about preparing for and taking the GED Tests, contact Southwest Regional Adult Education at 889-5424, or call toll-free at 1- 866-581-9935. Free assessment and free instruction are offered for adults age eighteen or older. If you pass the Official GED Practice Tests your GED testing will be free! : Some selling ABSOLUTEI - Financing Available to qualified buyom Appraised from $12,000 to an over $1.7 million oceanfront home Auction Site: The Bank of Currituck Community Room, 6670 Caratoke I-My., Grandy, NC Open Houses: December 12th & 13th . 2pro to 4pro For detail=: www.rogemrealty,com $5,000 certified funds required. 10% total deposit, 10% buyers prem. "AS IS'. I [ I. I i ii ifil i iiii i i ii iii -- . Motorists: Stop for an school bus loading or unloading children! 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