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Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, StPaul , VA, Thursday, December 22, 2011 , < • ,,  • PREPARING ORNAMENTS...Castlewood--High School Future Business Leaders of America students, left to right, Erika Hubbard, Mikayla McCoy, Jasmine Sizemore and Samantha Salyer are shown as they prepare to deliver Christmas ornaments. The FBLA hand makes a Christmas ornament for -i faculty, administration, support staff and bus drivers each Christmas and presents the ornament to give thanks for all they do for CHS. This year, the group selected a Santa ornament constructed with clear plastic balls, floor wax, glitter, miniature buttons, raffia, and ribbon. A thank you card was then personalized for the eighty-four ornaments crafted by the students. ? • ::. CREATING SNOWFLAKES'.Mrs. Ashley Burke, science teacher at C-HS, is shown assisting students in the 21" Century Reach After School program as they create Borax Snowflakes. Students enjoyed watching the snowflakes crystallize over a two day period. In addition to snowflakes, participants celebrated the holiday season with pizza, bingo, prizes and holiday cake. The 21" Century After School program begins their second semester sessions on Monday, January 9. Every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. the J. Fred Mat•hews Memorial Library will host Coffee Time for all area senior citizens. Seniors are invited to stop by the library from 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. and have a cup of coffee, tea, cider, or hot chocolate and light refreshments. Visit with your friends, talk about the news going on in the area, read the local newspapers or browse through our magazine selections• Make plans to come by the library each Wednesday for coffee and conversation. For more information contact the library at 276-762-9702. ANNUAL FOOD DRIVE...Castlewood High School Future Business Leaders of America members Jasmine Sizemore, Amber Swiney and Brian Amos are shown as they prepared canned food items to be picked up by local food banks. The event, sponsored by FBLA and strongly supported by the faculty, staff and student body at CHS, collected more than 3,500 cans of non-perishable food items which were then donated to three of the areas local food banks including the First Baptist Church, St. Paul, Fort Gibson Church and Morning Star Church, both located in Castlewood. The annual food drive collected the most food items in the history of the project. Congratulations CHS students, what a wonderful way to begin the holiday season! I Coffee Time at the Library CWI) ][kJ]l l(ll News o . r- Country Cabin closed on Christmas Eve ............ The Castlewood High Art Department has certainly found the Christmas spirit this year! CHS artists began in October and into November decorating legislative dinner programs, nametags, and invitations. The next big project students tackled was the stage backgrounds for Ms. Jessica Hileman's Little Feet Dance Studio production of the Nutcracker Suite Ballet, which was performed December 16 St. Paul. The last art works created by CHS student elves, were the Christmas paintings on the show room window at Morgan McClure in Castlewood. The art department wishes to once again thank Morgan McClure for the generous dona- tion to the school's art depart- ment. The much needed dona- tion will buy necessary art supplies. Morgan McClure is a true past and present supporter of the Castlewood High School Blue Devils. The 21t Century High School Afterschool program will begin for the second semester on Monday, January 9. Monday through Thursday participants are provided a snack in the school's cafeteria and then given the opportunity to choose two sessions to attend. The program ends at 5:00 p.m. and trans- portation home is provided. CHS students interested in partici- pating in the program should see Mrs. Allen or one of the after- school teachers. The program also provides academic tutoring and the use of the computer lab Monday through Friday each week from 8:00 a.m. until 8:30 a.m. Teachers are available in all academic areas during morning remediation. Castlewood High School's FBLA will have a visit from WCYB who will be doing a seg- ment on their project concerning radon in our area. Watch for the segment during the holiday seg- ment. Seniors should have com- pleted their college applications by Wednesday, December 14. If applications have not been completed see Ms. Linda Cassell in the guidance office. Congratulations Haley Gil- bert for joining the Blue Devil 1000 club! During the holiday season boys' and girls' basketball will play at Chilhowie on December 20 and wrestling will be at Lebanon on December 21. Students will return to school on January 3. January 2 will be a teacher workday. Winter sports pictures will be taken on Mon- day, January 9. Additional school related information can be found at the school's website at www.russell.kl2.va.us/chs or at The Country Cabin, located www.cumberlandsports.com. in Norton on The Crooked Road Music Trail will be closed on PEDESTRIAN ........ • ......... Saturday, December 24. May every moment ; Dq=2"T  2ffSE]] ' * . The Country Cabin is located [ RO i € Tickets. (800)233 3123 ........ of your Holiday C SSING... inema CiIV" >: one an• one-nail miles west OI ,, --,...o__ ... (Contmued from p e 1 * - J0hnEdward.net or Tetharge.com Norton , (.between. Nor[.on and as?nl zmea wm : • ag ) : Stadium Theatres'. • ,,.. Appamcma). watch ror signs, gooa cHeer. Treatment Plant project would . Movie Hottine 216=6794252 : ' Events at the Country Cabin . ...... are sponsored _,bY Appalachian  probably occur very early in . Located in Downtown Norton, VA e ]:nlmrv 9 :c.',m  Rl 1 rv_ - nortoncinema,com :, I " ..... = Traditions, Inc., a non-profit IEl//ll -----J ................. . f * f  *   * * *  - [ ' _ €"L-' l organization. No alcohol is per-  lopment has approved the .'=-,:.,-_.---_--'%L%-o-... ............ :i II " , ..| |:][: €1 • ]i I mitted. " v design and other paperwork. He .'[$.rl .-i ILj-,,"" I For more information, call also said the bid for the grit I I  276-679-3541 C.... Pate & Co. ' " ........ ' " i: ,l r I Jam sessions are held each . . 'system has been negotiated :[  -'.': ., .................... ., H :   1 • ! /  I Tuesday night at 7:00 p.m. Free Offices in St. Paul. ,ow,, nu mat uu,nm,on HaS . I   i P, k l • '1 ' i I admission. All musicians and -Wise & Clintwoo([ --alweed to __vav the difference ••r . .................. •!* [ :r I spectat°rswelc°me:' ," between the total budgeted price :l : I°: : / and the difference in the bid - l/'' '"'" '''" i.:" i /  price-(estimated at $177,000). • I I L"_ I I • Because there had been a :11 (° ..... I1:i " - " " I1 SO U 4€ •" suNSAT(12124):(12/25) 412:00-2:30-4:4545 7 O0 930 PM .; :, ,p, Mr, t//y , l,’yd.,.,,,/./,,,,• ,. ,,,/,,.t, S  question., from a. business, about • Council s decision to ask •I t I.; |il ! ---- II  24,/96I- . 2 2W/z VDOT. to. --post "No . Through__ •: I SON 0Z/):D^,L₯: ,:,:-::'''0:00- a:3O - :00 " .::; l,l00/i ,,^;^ , ' II .... -L ....  Truck slgnsonJohnnleRal/ley Hf Driv •'" • e, Council determined that . •i • • • MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 4: ' T T trucks which intend to stop and • I .o OTOeO-IP-13 1 ' [1001 T0xxni[ I,   . • DA|/Y:1:30"4:30"7:15-10:00PM 1! i I,X00, :,00004000000mel do husmess On the street are not .' 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