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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, December 17, 2009 Page 5 Arbor Day QIQ Foundation OffersI holiday gifts that make a difference Recap. by Mi xd Habert Give back to the Earth as you celebrate the holiday season with friends and loved ones with the help of the nonprofit Arbor Day Foundation: Give-A-Tree Cards are an ideal way to send holiday greet- ings to friends and loved ones and plant trees in America's. national forests. Give-A-Tree Cards are a unique line of greet- ing cards that help replant na- tional forests which have been devastated by wildfires, insects and disease. Give-A-Tree holiday cards come in 21 varieties, some of which are available in boxed sets of 5 or 10 cards. Every Give-A-Tree Card BACON-WRAPPED CHICKEN 6 boneless chicken breast halves 1 (8 oz.) whipped cream cheese w/onion and chives 1 tbsp. butter, cubed salt and pepper to taste bacon strips Flatten chicken to inch thickness. Spread 3 tablespoons cream cheese over each. Dot with butter and sprinkle with salt and pepper; roll up. Wrap each with a bacon strip. Place seam side down in a greased baking dish. Bake 400 degrees for 35-40 minutes or until juices run clear. Broil six inches from the heat for CINNAMON 'N SPICE FRUIT DIP 2 cups whipped topping cup packed brown sugar 1/8 teas. cinnamon dash ground nutmeg assorted fresh fruit Combine whipped topping, brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg. Store in the refrigerator. Serve with fruit. MAPLE FRENCH TOAST BAKE 12 slices bread, cubed 1-8 oz. cream cheese, cubed 8 eggs 1 cup milk $25 50 In Wise and Russell Counties (Regular rate- $28.50) $2 Other 24-zips (Regular rate- $30.00) $29.50 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 subscription. ClinCphoVal :Y8T me s . St. Paul, VA 24283 O Transportation to and from the dinner will be prov; ed upon request by, aL ag 762-5107. Everyone is welcome/// St. Paul United Methodist Church Corner of Route 63N (Wise St.) and Fifth Ave. ., ecember 25th, 12- 1 30 We invite you to share the spirit of the holiday as you gather with friends, family and neighbors at this family-style Christmas dinner. The menu will include turkey, ham, rolls, assorted side dishes, desserts, and punch. There is no charge! to our seventh 000 .~ La_bor and Industry in coop- supplies dealers had the highest government establishments. For new Gift Subscriptions or Renewals of Gift Subs s the gift that lasts all year long! ': i plants a tree in honor of the re- five minutes until bacon is crisp. cup maple syrup, cipient. This is a gift that will be additional maple syrup enjoyed not only by the recipient, CRABBY ALFREDO Arrange half of the bread Artist Anthony Jones helped decorate Russell Street by painting Christmas and but by future generations of I cups cooked egg noodles cubes in a greased shallow other seasonal scenes on the windows of the old dCillis Building. Americans as well. p g. (16 oz.) imitation baking dish. Top with the cream Trees in Celebration allow crabmeat, chopped cheese and remaining bread. In a Virgi rkpl inj ies the giver to honor loved onesl jar (16 oz.)alfredo sauce bowl, whisk eggs, milk and nia reports we ace ur and while at the same time making a seafood seasoning or minced syrup; pour over bread. Cover posttive impact on the environ- chives and refrigerate overnight. merit Trees in Celebration in- In a large saucepan, combine Remove from the refrigerator 30 illnesses for 2008 clude a certificate for the re- the noodles, crab and alfredo minutes before baking. Cover t and for each dollarsauce. Cook and stir until heated and bake 350 degrees 30 The Virginia Department of eration with the Bureau of Labor rate (5.9), while the lowest rate tree is olanted in a through Sprinkle with seafood minutes Uncover and bake until donated a , seas m" " " " Labor and Industry reported the Statistics (BLS) of the U.S. De- was electronics and appliance damaged forest, o "rig or chives, brown. Serve with syrup. total recordable nonfatal occu- partment of Labor. stores(0.8). Arbor Day Specialty Coffee .............. pational injury and illness inci- Virginia's State and local For the sub-sectors in makes a thoughtful gift that helps I ' ' deuce rate for private industry governments are surveyed along construction, specialty trade preserve the Earth's precious rain [ MOTORI,qT,q and State and local government with private industry because contractors had the highest rate forests. Arbor Day Specialty [ ......... 1,.i in 2008 at 3.3 cases per 100 Virginia is one. of 24 State (4.7), while the lowest rate was .Coffee is shade-grown, organic I t'~, o -r~ ~ , equivalent full-time workers, a jurisdictions with a federally construction of buildings (2.5). and Fair Trade Certified. It gets [ '[OO Ior reaestrlans i . decrease from the rate of 3.5 approved OSHA State plan. Occupational Fatalities its delicious, rich taste from the I -- reported in 2007. The rate Additional information and more Fatality data for 2008, which shade of the rain forest, and is I in Iihr r r (" rta-ounlle'__ represents a total of 97,900 detailed tables of these results includes all work-related fata- part of the Foundation's Rain [ ,Jut ,.Lax,,.riqa x ] ,, ,xx'L injuries and illnesses reported are available from the Virginia lities in Virginia, were also Forest Rescueprogram. Eachcup I 1- 0 for 2008, down 6 percent from Department of Labor and In- collected in cooperation with the of Arbor Day Specialty Coffee I 11;" S me taw., the 104,200 cases reported in dustry's Office of Research and Bureau of Labor Statistics helps preserve a portion of the 2007. The private industry Analysis. through the Census of Fatal rain forest. incidence rate for Virginia was Highlights of the 2008 Survey Occupational Injuries (CFOI) Give special friends a mem- II / / Y l-] r- P 3.1; nationally, the private Of the nonfatal occupational program and" were releasedbership to the Arbor Day Fou- I {Pt'l,[--4 industry incidence rate was 3.9 injuries and illnesses occurring separately in October 2009. Data ndatlon," and they will" also re- I ! U i U i . I t !) [[[J' ' percent. The private industry in private industry, 40,000 were from 1992 through 2008 areceive 10 free trees. A mem- I -,a rate of 3.1 in Virginia was the cases that resulted in days away currently available from the bership costs $10, and includes Dependable 0efformance third lowest rate of the 42 States from work, job transfer, or re- Virginia Department of Labor many great benefits, including 10 aooi,,,, (including the District of Col- striction. The remainder of the and Industry's Office of Re- , Mo0em treao design free trees that will be shipped at - ,, - -.- -Z lant Durable constructton umbia) who participate in the private industry cases (37,500) search and Analysis. Some basic the right time of year for p _ ,Durable construction Survey of Occupational Injuries consisted of injury or illness tables are also available on the tug. . , . " and Illnesses survey program, cases that did not result in days agency's website at "As you think about others The Virginia State and local lost from work, job transfer, or, during the holiday season, please government rate was 4.9, corn- restriction, but which are consid- Background of the Annual take a moment to think about pared to 6.3 nationally, ered otherwise recordable.Survey Occupational injury and ill- Other findings from the 2008 Background and metho- what you can do to preserve the hess information is reported by Annual Survey include: dological information regarding splendor and beauty of the Earth this time of year," said John 1 ..... ,__ Virginia in tables of both hum- Approximately 24,300the BLS occupational safety and Rosenow, chief executive of the I I rl-t_,ounty Hre bervlce bers and incidence rates. Rates injury and illness cases in health program can be found in Arbor Day Foundation 'We en- 1 , ,-,-, ,, .... - ......... are expressed in terms of cases private industry and 6,000 cases Chapter 9 of the BLS Handbook courage everyone to give gifts I IOO1/$ East Kiverslde Dr. Paul, VA per 100 equivalent full-time in State and local government of Methods at that will have a positive impact 1 Mon.-Fri. Ram-Sum Rat Ram-1 nrn workers. The total estimated were serious enough to require _ . _ | Mon.-Fri. 8am-5om Sat. 8am-lom on the environment tor gener- I - - number of recordable nonfatal recuperation away from work. f/homch9,pdf, ations to come." I 276-762-9501 : injuries and illnesses in private Publishable total re- National public sector To purchase holiday gifts that I ,-, 2 ] industry was 77,500 in 2008. cordable injury and illness inci- estimates covering nearly 19 The total recordable injury and deuce rates in private industry million State and localgive back to the Earth, go to Z/O-/I3Z-bP2)tfll illness rate for 2008 varied by for the industry sub-sectors in governmen( workers are publishable private industry manufacturing ranged from a available for the first time from sectors, ranging from 5.3 in high of 6.8 cases per 100 the Survey of Occupational health care and social assistance equivalent full-time employees Injuries and Illnesses for the . to 0.6 in management of com- in furniture and related product reference year 2008. Data were / panics and enterprises. The high- manufacturing to a low of 1.5 in collected from State and local est number of total recordable computer and electronic product government establishments in all injury and illness cases occurred manufacturing. States in order to produce iI':' :!> in health care and social assist- For the sub-se ctors in n ationalpublic sector estimates. ance (14,600), followed byhealth care and social assistance, Response from these manufacturing and retail trade nursing and residential care establishments is required by iv th" (12,200 each), and construction facilities reported the highest State law in some States, (8,700). Together, they account- rate (9.4), while the lowest rate particularly those that have ed for 62 percent of all cases in was ambulatory healthcare OSHA-designated State plans private industry. This was the services (2.6). that coverState and local 38 annual survey of job-related * For the sub-sectors in government.In other States, injuries and illnesses conducted retail trade, building material participation in the Survey is by the Virginia Department of and garden equipment and voluntary for State and local e