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1 . Page 2 CLINC.t-I.VALLEY TIMES, St.._. Paul, VA, Thursday, December 13, 2 !.22 .and ships..and sealing rou g Gregory Holiday food The word Tn'the above title had to be "holiday" rather than "Cb_dstmas," since this is about food that is traditional "at Thanksgiving and New Year's, as well as Christmas '.I 'thought of "Holiday Cuisine," but that seemed a biCtob elegant, at least for the food at our house; and ' 0|iday Goodies" implies cookies and cakes and pie s, mad while they're essential part of the holidays, entjre,menus, both savory and sweet, for these special-days will be at least listed here, if not discussed. So the safest thing, it seemed to me, was just simply to title these comments "holiday food". While most-families do have a few special foods, sometimes e'qefl fancy ones that appear on one or more of theirholiday tables, most of these dishes are nothing more than comfort food, anyway, so I decided beyond the grocery budget at my house!) New Year's Day foods, according to custom, should be chosen for the luck and economic good fortune they bring. Although I thought that most of the foods I consider to be part of the menu for New Year's Day have Southern roots, I found that many of them are found around the globe, and some date back to early Rome. Several categories are "musts," according to a website I found. They are grapes, greens, fish, pork, legumes and cakes. Of course the traditionally Southern collard greens and black-eyed peas fit right into that tradition, and I suppose corn bread could be interpreted as a kind of cake... Greens, which are usually folded, suggest paper money, and legumes remind the diner Of coins, the to call a spade a spade, or at least a turkey a turkey! website said. Both are considered to be good Thanksgiving is the easiest holiday to discuss, economic luck, and while an improved economy is food-wise, siiig it's one of the few which is strictly always welcome, 2013 would be an especially American. Of.course, a couple of other countries have appropriate time for that to happen! I didn't intend days they c ll, "Thanksgiving," but the history is this to be a recipe site, but I have one really good one much different :so the special day we observe on the for comfort food to share with you--my friend fourth Thursday in November is celebrated only by Martha Ann sent it to me, and it is good--it makes a us. Anyway,., most of Us have the same basiclot, so is good for big family gatherings. It's a high- [ Donna Price Henry appointed Chancellor of UVa-Wise University of Virginia Pres- time," Henry said. "My family ident Teresa A. Sullivan has and I are looking forward to announced that Donna Price joining the Wise community." Henry will serve as the eighth Marcia Adams-Gilliam, chair chancellor of the College at of the U.Va.-Wise Board, praised Wise. Henry as a proven leader who Henry, a biologist with ex- quickly rose to the top of a deep tensive and varied experience in pool of qualified applicants. the classroom and in higher edu- "Donna Price Henry brings cation leadership roles, succeeds the right combination of skills, David J. Prior, who died un- experience and leadership cap- expectedly in February after abilities that we need, at just the "., serving seven years as Wise right time,"Adams-Gi![iam said. chancellor• "She's a proven innovator and "Donna Price Henry brings administrator with a track record strong, qualities and valuable of improying outcomes in every experience to the College at joh shehasheld." Wise. We are fortunate to have Sullivan said Henry stood her with us," Sullivan said. out as a leader with superior "David Prior did a superb job of experience in strategic planning, putting the College at Wise in institutional advancement, curri- position to grow and to succeed cular development, shared gov: at the highest level• He really ernance, capital construction, helped build the foundation. And community partnerships and now, Donna is the right person to continue that momentum and more. Henry's time at Florida take the College to even greater Gulf Coast also included ere- heights•" ation of a College Governance Henry has spent the last 16 Team that provided faculty with years in a variety of positions at a strong role in college govern- Florida Gulf Coast University. ance. Thanksgiving-'Fnenu--which begins with turkey. I end macaroni and cheese casserole--and you'll see Her experience includes serving "Donna brings a commit- suppose some pegple feature some other main dish-- why I call it "high-end." So here's the recipe for as a founding faculty member at merit to engage faculty, students vegetarians, f6r instance, and some people may prefer Martha Ann's Macaroni and Cheese FGCU, as elected Faculty Senate and the community, and a set of chicken,0r ham or some other meat as the centerpiece 3 cups macaroni president and as a member of the !deas that .have already worked ru tees for an the setting of a fast growing University Board ofT s " of the meal. Most, however, settle happily on turkey. 1 ˝ cups cubed sharp Cheddar cheese a two-earv eriod.v " university,", Sullivan said. With it go side dishes, many of which were, enjoyed 2 ˝ cups shredded sharp Cheddar cheese since 2005, she has served He.nry a Bachelor of i by the Pilgdfns and Indians on that very early (reserve ˝ cup for the top of the casserole) as dean of the FGCU College of Arts .In Biological .Basis. of • Thanksgiving. ;They had seafood on the table, which 3 tablespoons flour Arts and Sciences an assign- Behavior from the University of we've translated to oyster stuffing. Garden 1 teaspoon salt ment that has demanded meti%- Pe.nnsylv.ania, where she also ulous strategic planning and mmore.d m Span!sh..She earned vegetables, sfieh as squash and carrots, sometimes 1 ˝ teaspoons dry mustard leadership that allowed the Col- a Doctorate in rnyslology trom show up on the Thanksgiving table, and at my house, 1 teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce leee to row ranidlv while the Thomas Jefferson University we always ha,ve a small casserole of corn pudding as ˝ teaspoon black pepper continuing t' o improve academic of Philadelphia. , a special wa -to remember the Pilgrims and their 1/8 teaspoon cayennepepper aualitv • Her appointment as than- -'--,,-'"• .... cellor coincides with a period Of Indian friend j, otatoes, either mashed Irish potatoes !/8 teaspoon nutmeg The Umverslty of Virginia ........ Ro • • rooust growm in me previous or some kind 9f,sweet potato casserole--or both--are ˝ teaspoon onion powder Donna--ard Price°f VlsltorSHenry toWelc°meSher new seven years, " U.Va.-Wise" traditionally .' iScluded on the Thanksgiving table. 1 ˝ cups half and half ost w.......... ..-:--- experience substantial growth in Cranberries, geherally made into a sauce or relish, are 1 ˝ cups whipping cream Phe cle tsn mr °nege' at. w se. enrollment and in construction'. . .'ly .esouraealcatmnIt is now home to 2,000 almost a requirement for Thanksgiving, as is pumpkin 2/3 cup sour cream oPrOVrmmg. ta ntea stuaents students. New facilities include pie with wl Ipped cream (or some acceptable 2 large eggs, beaten ........ o ss me t:ommonwea!tla the Gilliam Center for the Arts; substitution)" Most of those foods are included in the 2 to 4 tablespoons butter or margarine .Wlm ,lid.e-changing oppor~,, two residence halls and the Prior m pumlc nigher eaucatlon, sam Convocation Center traditional T sgiving menu, although I'm certain Cook and drain macaroni; place in large bowl with Rector Helen E. Dragas. ' Founded in 1954 as the there are that would turn up their noses at cubed cheese and 2 cups shredded cheese. Stir to stratHee c experience .manag g Clinch Valley College of the such convenfiOiaal food and instead enjoy more exotic combine and let stand while you prepare other .... mplementatmn .wn e University of Virginia, today the choices. Wofider what they are! . ingredients (heat from macaroni will melt most of the va , ,umg enr. o{lment University of Virginia's Colleg Christmas dining isn't quite as predictable, cheese). In another bowl, whisk the dry ingredients o Ues---especlany .as we meet at Wise is a nationally ranked, commitment to me governor although mahy" people have their family's second together, and to them, add half-and-half, whipping and th ..... public liberal arts institution, and e eneral Assemoiy to turkey dinner."of the year on Christmas Day. Ham is cream, sour cream, Worcestershire sauce and the 2 ....... is the only branch of the Uni˘ increase me numoer oI co,ege versify of Vir ,inia It is home t, quite a popu:Iar, Christmas food--sometimes as a beaten eggs. Whisk to blend thoroughly. Pour liquid graduates ready to lead Virt, inia .... "< ,_ ^_%. "_a .... a..,2 int..... ,, ,-. .. o; virginia ~i OIlly UllUl~l~laUUat~ secondary . dish, served beside turkey or other mixture over macaroni and combine well. Grease a o ...... me future, uragas aaaeu, degree program in software llenTy, 32, lS married to entr6e. I weribto a very elegant holiday party several large casserole dish and pour mixture into it. Add the ............ engineering. UVa-Wise offers 30 &hen henry, a punt mr reoeral ma:ors 32 minors seven -re years ago when the food was copied from an Old reserved shredded cheese on the top. Dot with butter. Express The Henrys have twin, ,. , , English mentJ d the main course was roast goose! Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until set around i 1 j-year-om" ...... oauglaters, Jessie teachin-'Pr°/essl°natlicensuresPr°grams anu Others prefer, beef (I think4o:toM yoU:about the the edge. Let stand for at least 10 minutes, and Margaret Her appointment F " " •" , • , " .. or more lnlormatlon, episode on Food Network which involved aerown rib I. haven't, even mentioned things like eggnog, neg, , SaJamn oar nolre l to have this contact Kathy Still director of" roast which Bobby Flay bought on 1L shol3ping trip pecan pie, or the infamous "green bean casserole," . • , '. .... news and media relations, at opportunity to ieacl the t oliege 276 376 1027 accompanied by television cameras. It was to a shop which involved green beans, cream of mushroom at Wise at such an exciting " " " . ' that sells prifne meat, to which most of us have no soup and canned French fried onions. We tried this-- access except in restaurants. He bought an eight once. mdvis-ory Co m-mittee meeting pound roast at $16 per pound. Do the math! I can't Whatever your favorites, enjoy the holidays andThere will be a meeting of the Russell County School Bo 'd speak for mb t of us in thi's case, but that's way forget the calories if you dare! , ""1 .......... " " "=-I .............. " I ....... ": the Russell ' County School Office. ..... i;: ....... System's Special Education All interested parents and t Advisory Committee on Tuesday, citizens are cordially invited to? Lette :o the editor... December 18that ll:00a.m, at attend. I Readers are write [ organization or how you can NOT working for the town. I Roanoke and I would put our have the workforce we do, and we need to show them that we support Family Crisis Support remember in first grade taking a crew against any of those other are grateful. I wish a Merry I letters on matters Of general I Services, call 276-679-7240 or 1- field trip to the water treatment places workforce. These qualities [ interest to the pu.b]'ic.' Letters I 800-572-2278. plant and being shown around by are also possessed by our ladies Christmas to all our workers and to the family of Bill Strong, who [ do not necessarily flect the ] Family Crisis Earl Carter. I also remember working in the town hall, you Was someone who embodied I philosophy or" &litorial ] Support Services seeing Mike Hale, Johnny Hicks, won't find a sharper and harder I policy of this newspaper, I Carter Hicks, Bobby Turner, working staff in any other town exactly what I'm talking about I which reserves the right to ] To the Editor: George Robinson and othersor city, those three do the workaandMerryiS theI alSOcitizensWiSh I edit letters. The Clinch ] In many cases in life, if working for the town when I was of six people easily. With this in of St. Paul, who are very loyal to I Valley Times will not print I you're on the outside looking in, very young. One thing this tells mind, if you see our workers out the town in their own right. [ unsigned letters. . ]you really can never grasp the me is that we have a loyal work- or come by the town hall, you Many of us commute a long way depth or scope of a situation. I force, and loyalty is something should thank these people for to work but continue to stay here say that in reference to our town you can't buy. It goes much their hard work. You can thank instead of moving. We have been ;To the Editor: employees in this case. In my deeper than that and reveals the them, wave at them, give them a , . .,. through tough times but the Family Crisis Support Ser- short time serving on the town true character of our workers as fist bump, a high five or go in for future is bright for our little ', vices, Inc. wants to thank the council I have realized how truly people, a hug if you're feeling the community for their recent fortunate St. Paul is to have the Our town workers are elect- Christmas spirit. We are lucky to town. • generotis donation of blankets, pe.ople we have working for the ricians, diesel mechanics, small Councilman Jason Kilgore :pillows and sheets. We would town• There have been several engine mechanics, landscapers, \ :also like to thank the St. Paul times in the council meeting we carpenters, equipment operators, :United Methodist Church for talk about the employees and you name it, and they can do it. • collecting those items. Your how long they have worked for We ask a lot of these people and [ :support is sincerely 'appreciated. the town. My response is usually they always deliver. I have lived :For more information about our that I can't remember them ever in Abingdon, Salem and I [ 1. tO0.OAt. )lt|t ˘ ,' I. www.boatangel.eo t Pulaski Motor Inn Industrial Site (20) Choice Lots ] Pulaski, VA 24301 II Laurel Fork, VA 24352 [[ Laurel Mountain II II 6o Room Motel;Bldgs; Shop; Office Galax, VA 24333 I II 113-phasepower II Residence nvestment II IL12100N'n [I ,,'OOpm II ""P" "' For complete details: CHRIsTMAS' PLAY J.The Children's Choir at the i irst Baptist Church in St. Paul will per] orm the Christmas play, "Aaron, The Allergic Shepherd" on Sunday, December 16 at 6:30 p.m. Pictured, in front, Gracen Evans, kneeling, left to right, Bailee Varney, Jessalee Evans, Alyssa Carico, Karlie White, standing, Coleman Cook, Charlie Ward, Madison Counts and Anneliese White. The adult cho 'ill present a program on Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m. Make sure they're reading about you! v i r i n i a .rginia Press S.wlcn will run this business card PRESS size display ad across Virginia for one low pricel For more details, • contact Adriane at 804-521-7585. S e r v i c e s 'Clinch .... ,Valley Times MEMBER ' VmO ,A PRESS ASSOCtAT ON Published weekly in St. Paul .VA 24283, by the CLINCH 'VALLEY PUBLISHING 'CO., INC. The Clinch Valley Times serves the four-county area of Wise, Russell, Dickeuson and Scott, with offices and plant located in the CLINCH VALLEY TIMES building, 16541 Russell Street. Perio- dicals postage is paid at the Post Office in St. Paul, VA 24283. Ann Young Gregory Editor Allen Gregory Advertising Sttsan Trent Adv./Graphics ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS: 3n advance: $28.50 in Wise and Russell counties; $30.00 in other 24- zip codes; elsewhere, $32.50. IPOSTMAsTER: send address changes to: Clinch Valley Times, P.O. 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