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the residents of Southwest Roanoke County.

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Schools | page 7

Cave Spring Baptist
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Look inside for the
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schools planner.

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publication created by, for
and about you, the Southwest
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after that deadline can be included
in our online calendar.

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art returned.

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Campfire ban lifted, new Patina location opens.

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Back to school dates; Knights in Training.

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Friday Nights Under The Stars, dance lessons.

Springing back, Kevin Jones studio.

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CORRECTION
The name of Megan Withers,
swimmer for Our Lady of Nazareth,
was incorrect in a photo caption
last week from the Roanoke Valley
Aquatic Association’s City/County
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Emily Chrisman, a sophomore
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see www.swo-co.com.
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Pitt Boss Barbecue is hosting
a food drive for Saint Francis
House! Bring in two or more
food items to be donated to
Saint Francis House Food Pantry
and get 10% off your meal! I
spoke with Nicky, one of the
owners on the phone, and she
said this offer is good one time
per day and will run at least
through the end of August.
Pitt Boss’ address is 3904-A
Brambleton Ave.

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Roanoke County lifts
ban on campfires

Yard Sale to benefit Drew
Bennett set for Aug. 21

The Roanoke County Fire Marshal’s Office has lifted the campfire burning
ban issued last month, but the Virginia Department of Environmental
Quality’s (VDEQ) regional burning ban on open air burning remains in effect
until October 1. A campfire should be contained to a 2-foot by 2-foot by
2-foot area; this can be in ground, on ground, or in a free-standing premanufactured fireplace.
The recent rainfall received over the past week has improved the dry
conditions in the County that previously worried fire officials causing a
burning ban on campfires to be issued on July 6, 2010. The campfire ban
was in addition to the previously issued VDEQ ban on all open air burning in
place until October 1.
Several years ago, the VDEQ established the Western Virginia Emissions
Control Area, which includes Roanoke County and town of Vinton,
Botetourt County, Frederick County, Roanoke City, Salem City and
Winchester City. Each year burning is prohibited in the Western Virginia
Emissions Control Areas during the months of May, June, July, August
and September. Campfires have been the only exception to the burning
restriction.
Throughout the year, the Roanoke County Fire Marshal’s Office regulates
all open burning and ensures County compliance with state agency burning
regulations by requiring a permit for anyone in Roanoke County requesting
to burn. Campfires are exempt from the burn permit process.

Cave Spring Baptist Church is
sponsoring a Yard Sale to benefit
Drew Bennett and family. The yard
sale will be held on Aug. 21 from 8
a.m. until 2 p.m.
Cave Spring Baptist Church
Family Life Center is located at 4873
Brambleton Ave., Roanoke, Virginia
24018. Phone: 540-989-6136.
Please consider cleaning out your
basement, garage,
closets, etc. and setting aside
things for the sale
n Household items

n Children’s and Baby Clothes
n Freshly laundered stuffed

animals
n Toys
n Tools
n Books
n Furniture
n Sporting Goods
Cave Spring Baptist Church will
receive donated items at the Family
Life Center (FLC) on: Monday
through Thursday, August 16 to 19:
10 a.m. - 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. - 8 p.m.
and Friday, Aug. 20: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Submitted by Roanoke County Fire & EMS

Patina opens at
West Village
A Roanoke County bridal and formal wear shop debuted at its
new location.
Patina Bridal and Formal Wear closed its Electric Road store
several months ago, and since then, it has been remodeling a
5,000-square-foot space at Keagy Village in Southwest Roanoke
County.
Owner Bonnie Jackson said Thursday, Aug. 5, that she aimed to
open the store Friday, Aug. 6. PC Land purchased Patina’s former
bank-owned Electric Road building several months ago.
Patina’s hours will be 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through
Saturday.
Patina joins Dunkin Donuts, Firehouse Subs, Ntelos and
Scottrade at the mostly unoccupied Keagy Village. This center at
the corner of Keagy Road and Virginia 419 houses 52,000 square
feet of retail space, but developer Kahn Development Co. has
been unable to land a large anchor retailer there.

About Drew Bennett:
Drew Bennett of Roanoke is 7 years old and has Pseudo-Obstruction, a
total colonic motility disorder. Bennett’s disorder was discovered when he
was only two years. He has undergone many surgeries and is currently on
full TPN and Lipids 20 hours a day and has early signs of liver disease.
In 2009 he was added to the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS)
for Active Level 1 transplant. Bennett is in need of a stomach, small and
large intestine, and liver transplants, costing about $4 million.
Bennett has an older sister, Sam, a brother, Alex, and younger sister
Caity. He is the son of Doug and Christy Bennett.
Due to the astronomical financial costs of Drew’s care — including
the future stomach, small and large bowel transplant, and possible liver
transplant — his family has partnered with a tax-deductible non-profit
foundation. Anyone who can donate on Drew’s behalf, please do so at the
MJC&A Foundation and indicate that your contribution is for Drew Bennett.
For more information, visit www.prayfordrew.com.

— Jenny Kincaid Boone

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Cave Spring grad travels to Kenya
Julienne Jones, a 5th-year
student at James Madison
University and 2006 graduate
of Cave Spring High School
recently traveled halfway
around the world and got a lot
more than she bargained for: A
second family.
Jones is a psychology, media
arts and design major and
theater minor, but it was after
she took a cultural anthropology
class that she learned of a
home stay in Kenya. Although
she had traveled some during
her lifetime, she’d never been
without her family.
“What intrigued me most was
this was the only one I’d heard
of that was a home stay. My
mom and I are close and I knew
if I went with school first, it
would be easier,” Jones said.
From May 31 until Aug.
2, Jones lived in Kenya and
participated in two home stays.
During her time there Jones
researched the markets and
stayed in the Western Province,

Eregi for an internship.
“I got really close to my family.
They were my mom and dad. I
spent six weeks with them,” she
said. “You never become part
of the town because you’re the
only white person there, but I
think I became part of the town
as much as I could.”
Jones enjoyed meeting all of
the children in the community
she lived in with her Mama and
Baba Julia (Mama Francis and
Baba Janet). And now that she
is back in the states she misses
them more than anything.
“I want to go back and bring
all of my friends there,” Jones
said, including her mom, Cami.
“It’s like breathing in Kenya,”
Jones said about the markets.”
Money there is very new. They
have wealth in their lands and
crops. That was the hardest
thing there, was this precedence
that I’m white and rich.”
Fifteen other JMU students
were involved in the core
program. During their time in

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Kenya they learned Kiswahili
and Jones also learned the
language of the tribe she
stayed with, Kiluhya.
“The people are amazing.
You walk into someone’s house
that you don’t know because
it’s raining and they are like,
‘Let me get you some chai.’
They are so welcoming. Even if
people are rich and some were
poor, everyone was giving and
I think that’s something we’ve
lost in America.”
“I want people to know that
there is no one that is primitive.
The people there are just like
the people here.”
And Jones said that one
of the most powerful things
someone in Kenya told her was
that, “We are different colors,
but if you cut my wrist or cut
your wrist, we both bleed red.”
Some of the most
memorable things that Jones
experienced while in Kenya
included building a house,
and participating in two goat
slaughters, an important
welcoming celebration where
everyone drinks the blood of
the goat.
“Their goats and cattle are
everything to them, so for them
to spare one, is a big deal,” she
said.
She also had the opportunity
to go out on a safari, where
she put her photography
skills to work and even got to
experience a kill by lions.
For a link to Julienne Jones’
blog, visit The Notebook on
swo-co.com

(540) 355-0577

Julienne Jones travels to Kenya

— Courtesy of Julienne Jones

— Emily Flora

Julienne Jones with a friend she made in Kenya.

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Garden Club
members meet
McDonnell

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www.swo-co.com for news updates we’re posting through the
week. Recent headlines from The Notebook:
l Paparazzi photos of people from Southwest Roanoke County
l Reader praises Louisa Britt as “a star being born”

Linda Hall, Landscape Chairman and Dot Smith,
President of Westchester Garden Club met Gov.
Bob McDonnell last week at the Feeding America
Southwest Virginia Food Bank. The current civic
project of the garden club is the beautification of
the grounds of the Food Bank. A flower bed and
azaleas have been plants and other shrubs, plants
and trees are planned. Westchester Garden Club
is celebrating its 50th year. Organized in 1960, the
Club continues its original purpose of learning, civic
beautification and protection of the environment.

Submitted by Dorothy Smith

Enjoy learning new music and making new friends.

Join us for our 10th anniversary concert season!
Exciting concerts in the Shaftman Performance Hall
at the The Jefferson Center.
Members come from the Roanoke Valley and
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• New Location - All Trainings at Icimani Adventure Center
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Are the end-of-summer
doldrums getting you down?
Roanoke County Parks has a
variety of programs and special
events to keep you busy as fall
approaches.
Mark your calendar for a
night of Shakespeare under
the stars as we continue our
Summer Stock Dinner Theater
series at Valhalla Vinyard on
August 21. Celebrate Grandparents Day with us September 21
at Tanglewood Mall from 1pm
to 6pm. We’re having a Sock
Hop to celebrate decades gone
by, with music, dancing, food
and more.
Haven’t been to Splash Valley
yet? You have one more month
to enjoy the area’s most exciting aquatics attraction. New
this week, purchase a Weekday
Fun Pass and save money off
your admissions. Don’t forget
to look for our new program
guide at the end of August. Fall
program registration begins on
Tuesday, September 7. There
are still many summer session

programs still available for
registration., such as:
A Day at Cave Mountain
Lake - August 10
Cave Mountain Lake, nestled
in the Blue Ridge Mountains
near Natural Bridge, has welcomed generations of families.
The Civilian Conservation Corps
built the 7-acre lake in the
1930s using existing buttresses
of natural rock to form a 35
foot high dam. The CCC also
built the log picnic shelter using
trees and rocks from the area.
Enjoy a relaxing day on the
sandy beach, swim in the lake
or enjoy one of the many easy
walking trails. A highlight of the
day is a Cookout with all the
fixins. Fee includes picnic lunch,
escorts and bus transportation.
Go to Online Registration or call
772-PLAY.
Drawing - Beginning August 18
As an end in itself or for
laying the base for all painting
in any media, drawing is the essential first step. You will learn
to look at an object in a new
way and really see what you
are seeing. Shapes, shading,

lighting, picture composition,
contour drawing, gesture drawing and one and two point perspectives will be covered in this
six week program. Go to Online
Registration or call 772-PLAY.
Tennis Lessons for Adults
- New Sessions Weekly
Roanoke County is pleased to
offer a series of tennis lessons
for beginner level adult players. Registration fee includes
instruction from current and
former college coaches and
players on the basics of the
tennis stroke as well as specific
drills aimed to improve each
individuals game. Registration
is limited to allow for adequate
court time and personalized
instruction for all participants.
Go to Online Registration or call
772-PLAY.
Roanoke County Parks, Recreation & Tourism is operated
by the government of Roanoke
County. While our mission is
to first serve Roanoke County
citizens, recreation programs
are open to everyone! Check
our website often for updates,
or call 772-PLAY with questions
about programs or registration.

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Back to school dates
Below are some important dates and information regarding
schools in Southwest County, including Faith Christian School
and North Cross School, for the 2010-2011 school year.

It’s almost time to
head back to school
— Roanoke County
schools start Aug. 23.
In this issue, you’ll find
key dates and other
information, including
our pull-out schools
planner for the
semester.
As seen on the
cover, here are
Emily Chrisman, a
sophomore at Cave
Spring High School
and Ethan Nichols, an
eighth-grader from
Hidden Valley Middle
School. They appear
courtesy of the Kevin
Jones Performing Arts
Studio. — Photo by Garland

Back Creek Elementary
Kindergarten Orientation: Friday, Aug. 20 8:30 to
10 a.m.
n Pre-K Orientation: Friday, Aug. 20, 9 to 9:30
n New Student Parent Orientation: Aug. 20, 10-11 a.m.
n Sneak Peak: Friday, Aug. 20 from 11-12
n Back to School Night: Aug. 24 at 6:30 p.m.
n Popsicle in the Park: Thursday, Aug. 19 from 6-7
p.m. (for Kindergarten familes only)
n Harvest Bash: Oct. 2 from 11-3 (subject to change)
n

Cave Spring Elementary
New Student Orientation: Thursday, Aug. 19 at 9
a.m.
n Kindergarten Orientation: Friday, Aug. 20 at 10 a.m.
n Open House for Pre-Kindergarten: Friday, Aug. 20 at
9 a.m.
n Open House for Grades 1-5: Friday, Aug. 20 from
10: 30 to 11:30 a.m.
n

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Green Valley Elementary
Kindergarten Orientation: Thursday, Aug. 19, 10 a.m.
Meet and Greet for Grades 1-5: Thursday, Aug. 19
from 12 to 6 p.m.
n PTA- Back to School Night: Tuesday, Sept. 7 at 7 p.m.
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Clearbrook Elementary School
n New Student Orientation: Thursday,

Aug. 19, 3:45 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.
n Back to School Night Session 1:
Thursday, Aug. 19, 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
n Back To School Night Session 2:
Thursday, Aug. 19, 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
n School Pictures: Thursday, Sept. 30
n Third Grade Field Trip to Monticello:
Friday, Oct. 1
n Fall Parties: Friday, Oct. 29, 1 p.m. – 2
p.m.
n Schools closed for Parent Teacher
Conferences: Tuesday, Nov. 2
n PTA Meeting: Mon, Nov. 8, 7 p.m. – 8
p.m.
n Holiday Shop: Thursday, Dec. 16 and 17
n Winter Parties: Fri, Dec. 17, 1 p.m. – 2
p.m.

Oak Grove Elementary
n Aug. 20 – 8:00 a.m. Preschool
Orientation
n Aug. 20 – 8:30 a.m. Kindergarten
Orientation
n Aug. 20 — 10:00 a.m. New
Student Orientation
n Aug. 20 — 10:30 a.m. Returning
Students Orientation
n Aug. 23 — First Day of School

Penn Forest Elementary

Cave Spring Middle School

n Orientation: Friday, Aug. 20, 2010

n An orientation program will be held for all rising 6th graders and
students new to our school on Friday,
August 20th from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Students are asked to
assemble in the auditorium at 9:00 a.m.
Parents are requested to drop off students in the large south
parking lot beside the school. Students
will tour the building and meet their teachers during this
orientation.
Because of the large number of students who will be attending
the orientation, parents are asked to
meet their children in the cafeteria at 11:00 a.m. to escort them
to their cars.
n Schedule Pick-up
Students may stop by the school on Monday, Aug. 9 or Tuesday,
Aug. 17 between the hours
of 8:30 – 11:00 a.m. or 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. to pick up schedules for
the 2010-11 school year.
No schedules will be distributed prior to Aug. 9.

n New and K students 9:00 a.m. / Returning

Students 10:30-11:30 a.m.
n Homebase assignment cards will be mailed out

in August.
n Back to School Night 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 31,

2010
n Vision/Hearing & BMI Screenings – PFS:

Thursday, Sept. 16, 2010
n Pumpkins on Playground: Tue, Oct. 19, 6 p.m. –
8 p.m.
n Fall Parade & Parties: Fri, Oct. 29, 1 p.m. – 2 p.m.
n Winter Parties: Fri, Dec. 17, 1 p.m. – 2 p.m.
n PEP Day: Thu, Jan. 13, 2011, 8:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Reminder to all 5th Graders: You must submit
proof of receiving Tdap Booster before you will be
allowed to start 6th Grade. Bring documentation
to Nurse Marci if you get the booster before the
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n 6th Graders and New Student Orientation: Aug. 20 at 9 a.m. in
the Cave Spring H.S. Auditorium
n P.T.A. Back to School Night: Sept. 13 at 7 p.m.
n Rachels Challenge Student Assembly: Sept 21 at 1:30 p.m. at
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n CSMS Band Night w/Marching Knights: Oct. 8 at 7 p.m.
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n CSMS Jazz Band Concert: Dec. 6 at 7 p.m. at the Cave Spring
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n CSMS Winter Band Concert: Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. at the Cave
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n 5th Grade Band Night: Jan. 25 at 7 p.m.
n School Play Performance/Peter Pan: Feb. 24-26 at 7 p.m. in the
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n Schedule Pick-Up Day: August 12 from 3-6 p.m. (this is the first time schedules will be
available)
n 6th Grade and New Student Orientation: Aug. 20 9 – 10:30 a.m
n First student day of 2010-11 school year: Aug. 23

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Cave Spring High School
n Aug. 20 New Student &

Freshmen Orientation 9-11 a.m.
Freshman/Sophomore Laptop
Orientation 11 a.m.
n Aug. 23 First Day of School
n Aug. 30 Back to School Night
7 p.m.
n Sept. 6 Schools Closed Labor
Day
n Sept. 8 Underclass Picture Day
n Sept. 9 College Application
Presentation for Senior Parents 7
p.m.—Library
n Sept. 15 2 Hour Early Dismissal
n Sept. 17 Homecoming Game
n Sept. 18 Homecoming Dance
n Sept. 28 College Night At
Salem Civic Center 2—4 p.m.; pb
6—8 p.m.
n Oct. 11 A Knight for All Knights
6 p.m. dinner, silent and live
auction
Booster Foundation officers
announced: Brian Evans, VicePresident; Bonnie Meyers,
Secretary; Stacey Cotter,
Treasurer; and Jim Markey,
Fundraising/Spirit Shack.
The Booster Foundations major
fund raiser is our Booster Bash,
themed “A Knight for All Knights”.
This event is scheduled for
Monday, October 11, 2010. We
will be hosting a dinner, silent
auction and live auction at the
high school beginning at 6 p.m.
The proceeds from this event will
be going into the Foundations
General Fund to support all
17 athletic teams, including
scholarships for graduating
student-athletes. The Foundation
just approved over $10,000
of shared funding for capital
improvements for the teams and
athletic facilities.

will be provided with class sets of
laptops as needed for instruction.
n Classroom dues cover
publication and distribution of
the student newspaper and
literary magazine to all students,
homecoming decorations in the
school, and for class floats during
spirit week, and all remaining
money is rolled to the student’s
senior year and is used to cover
the expenses of senior day
activities such as the senior
breakfast, lunch, and recreation
activities provided to all seniors.
Class dues for each grade level
are listed below.
n Juniors and seniors who choose
to drive to school will need
to obtain a parking permit for
$40.00. Permits will be on sale
during the first week of school.
n All students taking physical
education courses will be

required to wear a gym suit
provided by the school at a cost
of $13.00 ($5.00 for t-shirt and
$8.00 for mesh shorts) Students
also have the option of bringing
a suit from home that meets the
following criteria:
n Gray crew-neck t-shirt with no
print
n Black athletic shorts with at
least a 7” inseam or sweats
n Any family who may be
experiencing financial difficulty
and is unable to pay any of the
above costs is encouraged to
call Mr. Spangler, who is willing
to work with you individually
to ensure that your student
has everything he/she needs
to attend school at CSHS. All
information shared will remain
confidential. You can contact Mr.
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Aug. 17 HVHS Business Night 5:00
p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at HVHS
n Aug. 18 9th Grade and New Student
Orientation 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in
the HVHS Auditorium
n Aug. 23 First Day of School
n Aug. 25 Titan Tip Off from 6 to 8
p.m. at HVHSTitan Tip-Off will be on
August
n Sept. 15 2 Hour Early Dismissal
n Sept. 7 - Sept. 11 Homecoming
Week
n Sept. 7 Powderpuff Game at 7 p.m.
at HV Soccer Field
n Sept. 8 Tom Deluca Hypnotist Show
at 7 p.m. in HV Auditorium
n Sept. 10 Pep Rally during 8th period;
Homecoming Parade at 5 p.m.
n Sept. 11 Homecoming Dance
“Cirque de la Vallee´” 8 p.m. to 12
a.m. in HV Gym
n

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the following slate of PTSO officers
for the 2010-2011 school year:
1st Vice President/President Elect

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n Friday, Sept. 10 — Pep Rally during
8th period
Homecoming Parade – 5 p.m.
Homecoming Football Game v.
Lord Botetourt – 7:30 p.m. at Bogle
Stadium
n Saturday, Sept. 11 – “Cirque de la
Vallee´” Homecoming Dance – 8 p.m.
to 12 a.m. in HV Gym
Individual tickets only - $15 per ticket
n Tickets for the Powderpuff Game
and the Hypnotist Show will be sold in
all lunches during the week of August
30 – Sept. 3.
n Tickets for the Homecoming Dance
will be sold in all lunches during the
week of Sept. 7 – 10. If a student
wishes to bring a guest from another
school, they MUST turn in a Guest
Permission Form prior to purchasing
a ticket. These forms may be found in
the front office.

– Frances Stevenson
2nd Vice President/Membership
– Teena Wilkin
Secretary – Sarah Burton
Treasurer – Lisa Lauria
Having previously been elected as
President-Elect, Gwen Vieth will serve
as President.
Important Homecoming Information
and Dates
Homecoming Week – Sept. 7 – 11
Theme – “Cirque de la Vallee´”
(Circus of the Valley)
Homecoming Spirit Days
n Tuesday, Sept. 7 – Circus Day
sponsored by the Senior Class
n Wednesday, Sept. 8 – Holiday Day
sponsored by the Junior Class
n Thursday, Sept. 9 – Disney Day
sponsored by the Sophomore Class
n Friday, Sept. 10 – Extreme Blue and
Gold Day sponsored by Titan Force
Homecoming Activities
n Tuesday, Sept. 7 – Powderpuff
Game at 7pm at HV Soccer Field - $5
per ticket
n Wednesday, Sept. 8 – Tom Deluca

Hidden Valley High School Sports
Passes:
A HVHS Sports Pass is good for (1)

admission to all HVHS regular season
home athletic contests throughout
the school year. With football ticket
prices at $6 and all other contests at
$5, one person attending all HVHS
home athletic contests in the fall
would spend over $100. As you can
see a HVHS Sports Pass is definitely
a great investment and helps support
all of our athletic teams.
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prices are as follows:
Student/Athlete (must play at least
one sport at HVHS) $35
Student $50
One Adult $75
Two Adults $135
Family of Four $200
Senior Citizen (65 or over) $60
n Sports Passes can be purchased in
the front office during school hours.
n Sports Passes will be available for
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n Aug. 16 Ice Cream Social FCS Great Room
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n Aug. 18 Student Orientation 8-9 a.m.
kindergarten 9-10:30 grades 1-5, 11-12:30
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n Aug. 19 First Day of School
n Aug. 20 First Friday Celebration Senior Play
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Thursday, Aug. 26: Orientation for JK3/JK4/K
students and parents (Group A) 8:30 a.m. in Ellis
Hall
n Orientation for families with new students- 9
a.m. Fishburn Auditorium
n Orientation for JK3/JK4/K students and parents
(Group B) at 10:30 a.m. in Ellis Hall
n Friday, Aug. 27: Middle School Open House for
students in grades 6-8, 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. in
Eaton Hall
n Sunday, Aug. 29: Back to School Potluck Dinner,
4 to 6 p.m. at Carter Athletic Center field
n Monday, Aug. 30 First Day of School for JK3/
JK4/K (Group A)
n Lower School Opening Ceremony and First Day
of Classes 8:30 a.m. Carter Athletic Center
n Tuesday, Aug. 31 First Day of Classes for JK3/
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n Thursday, Sept. 2: Convocation 10 a.m. Carter
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n Sept. 9 Back to School Night Lower School
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n Sept. 14 Skate Party 3:15 to 5:15 p.m. at The
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n Oct. 2 Oktoberfest
n Oct. 7 Grandparents Day 8 – 12
n Dec. 13 Kindergarten Christmas Play
n Dec. 14 1st – 5th grade Christmas Play

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Sunday, Sept. 12: Art Reception 2 to 4 p.m. at
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n Friday, Oct. 1: Alumni Reunion and Homecoming
Weekend/ Middle School Dance in Willis Hall
Commons
n Saturday, Oct. 2: Upper School Homecoming
Dance at the Carter Athletic Center
n Tuesday, Oct. 5: Upper School Community
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n Friday, Oct. 22 Kindergarten/Dad T-ball Game
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n Tuesday, Nov. 23: Grandparent’s Day at 9 a.m.
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Olivia Allen, Carly Broome, Riley Snyder, Hailey Fitzwater and Taylor Duncan help coordinate Knights in
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Cave Spring hosts Knights in Training
Conor Bondurant and Jordan Stafford during a team building exercise.

Cave Spring High School held their fourth annual “Knights In Training” event for all upcoming ninth
graders on Thursday, August 5 from 2:00-5:30 p.m. followed by a cook-out from 5:30 p.m. – 6:00
p.m.
Knights in Training is designed to introduce ninth-graders to the high school prior to the first day of
school. Students participated in a tour of the school, team building activities, a Q&A session, CSHS
Traditions, tips for academic success, and a “Dress Code Do’s and Don’ts Fashion Show” to show-case
dress code policies. School staff and teachers volunteer their time to plan the program.
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Friday Nights Under the Stars
The Friday Nights under the Stars dinners run every Friday
from July 23 to August 27, 4-9 p.m. Enjoy dinner and a specially
paired bottle of AmRhein Wine, while dancing to entertainment.
Featuring: Breeze Brothers.
Where: AmRhein Wine Cellars, 9243 Patterson Drive, Bent
Mountain
When: 4 to 9 p.m.
Cost: $49 per couple; individual packages will also be available.
Contact: 929-4632, info@amrheins.com

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Swing Dance Lessons
Come move your feet in the summer heat. Learn basic steps,
spins, moves, and then combinations and patterns to enjoy
these fun partner dances. No partner or experience required to
attend!
Where: St. John Lutheran Church, 6408 Brambleton Avenue,
Roanoke
When: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Cost: $5 for the night/$2 for students
Contact: 776-9274, swingroanoke.org

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August 20

Friday Nights Under the Stars
The Friday Nights under the Stars dinners run every Friday
from July 23 to August 27, 4-9 p.m. Enjoy dinner and a specially
paired bottle of AmRhein Wine, while dancing to entertainment.
Featuring: Pop Rivets.
Where: AmRhein Wine Cellars, 9243 Patterson Drive, Bent
Mountain
When: 4 to 9 p.m.
Cost: $49 per couple; individual packages will also be available.
Contact: 929-4632, info@amrheins.com

Dancing under the Stars at Valhalla
Grab your hors d’oeuvres or picnic, your friends, your dancing
shoes and come up to Valhalla Vineyards. Wine by the bottle or
glass available. Reservations required.
Where: Valhalla Vineyards, 6500 Mt. Chestnut Road, Roanoke
When: 7:30 to 11 p.m.
Cost: $10 cover per person.
Contact: 529-2868, robferguson@netscape.com

August 21
Summer Stock Dinner Theatre
Presenting “The Winter’s Tale.” Bring lawn chairs or blankets and
sit back and enjoy a great performance and a fabulous night! A
traditional Elizabethan meal will also be availablewith the menu
choices of Chicken Pie or Poached Salmon, Bread, Compound
Sallet (salad), and Rice Pudding. Additional beverages will also
be available for sale at the Valhalla Vineyards. Dinner reservations
must be made by the Monday preceding the performance date,
however theater only tickets will be available at the door. Where:
Valhalla Vineyards, 6500 Mt. Chestnut Road, Roanoke
When: 7 to 9 p.m.
Cost: $12 per person (includes dinner), $5 per person (does not
include dinner), children under five are admitted free.
Contact: 387-6078, roanokecountyparks.com

August 21
Third Saturday dance at the CAC
Ballroom, Latin and swing dancing to the music of DJ Donna.
Come for the fun, fellowship, exercise and mental stimulation.
Where: Carter Athletic Center at North Cross School, 4254
Colonial Avenue, Roanoke
When: 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.
Cost: $10 per person
Contact: 772-2238, dancingduo.net

August 21
Yard Sale
Cave Spring Baptist Church Family Life Center is hosting a yard
sale that will also feature a bake sale, car wash, and hot dogs
with all proceeds to benefit Drew Bennett. Donations are being
accepted.
When: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Where: 4873 Brambleton Avenue, Roanoke
Contact: 540-989-6136

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07.13
Taste of the Roanoke Valley Food Expo (Daleville)
Watch chefs from local area colleges and universities put
their cooking skills to the test. Taste locally grown food
with samples of locally produced, in-season fruits,
vegetables, beef, pork, lamb, and poultry. Additional
events throughout the day include cooking
demonstrations; interactions with local food producers;
educational sessions about food preservation, fall
gardening, and more; plus live music.
Where: Daleville Town Center, Daleville
When: 4 to 8 p.m.
Cost: $3, kids under 12 free
Contact: 772-7524, dchappel@vt.edu

07.13
Evening in Buchanan & Cruise-In (Buchanan)
Shops open late, carriage rides, music, discount coupons,
etc.
Where: Main Street, Buchanan
When: 5:30 to 9 p.m.
Contact: 254-1212, buchananva@verizon.net

07.14
Celebrate Catawba (Catawba)
A celebration of the land and lives of the Catawba Valley.
Local farmers, artists, and talent will be on display as well
as plenty of food and music. Rain or shine.
Where: Catawba Community Center, 4965 Catawba Creek
Road, Catawba
When: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Cost: Free
Contact: 585-4985, contact@celebratecatawba.com

07.14
Microfestivus (Roanoke City)
The Mid-Atlantic’s premier craft brew festival. Well over
50 different brews, food, beer judging, and live music.
Proceeds benefit the Center In the Square.
Where: Elmwood Park, Roanoke
When: Noon to 6 p.m.
Cost: Regular Admission + No Servings $5
Regular Admission + 10 Servings $20
Regular Admission + 20 Servings $35
Contact: microfestivus@gmail.com, microfestivus.square
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score of 13-8 Tuesday in the
championship game played at
Salem Memorial Stadium.
Roanoke Post 3 survived
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loser’s bracket of the five-day
tournament, posting a 5-2
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the tournament on their way to
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Roanoke Post 3 had an overall
record for the summer of 11-8.
The team consists of players
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Hidden Valley HS: Camden
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Smith, Sean Kidd, Drew Trampe
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Cave Spring HS: Nathan
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North Cross School: Craig
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Patrick Henry HS: Aaron
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Winthrop University in Rock
Hill South Carolina, September
3 and 4. The QDSS, now in its
4th season! The QDSS is part
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Pizzazz Star City Twirlers under the direction of
Joan Duus and assisted by Marie Freeman Won
Big in both the NBTA Miss Majorette of Virginia
Competition held in Hampton in May and the NBTA
Virginia State Championships in Richmond in June.
Pizzazz had Winners in five of the seven
categories they competed in at the Miss Majorette
Competition, 3 girls qualified for the Miss Majorette
of America Competition held July 20th through the
23rd at the University of Notre Dame.
Girls winning their pageants were:
n Harlie Dale of Buena Vista is the Advanced
Senior Miss Majorette of Virginia
n Rebecca Keller of Glenvar is the Intermediate
Junior Pageant Winner
n Meredith Smith of Roanoke is the Beginner
Juvenile Pageant Winner
These three girls will compete at Notre Dame in
their respective divisions for the National title.
n Stephanie Meriwether of Roanoke is the
Novice Pre-Teen Pageant Winner
n Elizabeth Hudson of Vinton is the Novice
Juvenile Pageant Winner
The Novice division does not advance to
Nationals.
Runner-ups in their pageant were:
n Rachel Benton of Roanoke was 1st runner up in
Intermediate Juvenile Pageant
n Megan McConnell of Glenvar was 3rd runner
up in the Intermediate Senior Pageant
At the NBTA Virginia State Championships held
at the Arthur Ashe Center in Richmond in June
Pizzazz Teams won the State Championship for the
second consecutive year in every team category
they competed in.
They also were awarded the prestigious
“Outstanding Team of the Year” award which
included a traveling plaque along with a cash prize.
Team members included:
Rachel Benton, Danielle Cormier, Harlie
Dale, Elizabeth Hudson, Rebecca Keller, Megan
McConnell, Stephanie Meriwether, Meredith Smith,
Samantha Taylor and Olivia Thomas
Pizzazz won the Primary Half Time Show and
Pom Pon, Juvenile, Pre-Teen and Junior Dance Twirl
Team events, all in the Advanced division.
Girls who placed in the top 5 of their individual
events were:
n Harlie Dale—rising freshman at Va. Tech—
Won the Senior Advanced Show Twirl and was 2nd
in Advanced Rhythmic, 2-Baton, 3-Baton, Solo Twirl
and Super X Strut.
n Megan McConnell —rising freshman at
JMU—Won the Senior Beginner 2-Baton, and was
3rd in Advanced Show Twirl, Intermediate Solo Twirl
and Super X Strut.
n Rebecca Keller — rising freshman at Glenver
High School Won the Junior Advanced Show Twirl,
Intermediate Solo Twirl & Super X Strut, and was
2nd in Beginner Two Baton and 3rd in Beginner
Three Baton.
n Stephanie Meriwether — rising 6th grader at
Hidden Valley Middle School—Won the Pre-teen
Novice Solo Twirl and was 2nd in Super X Strut and
5th in Two Baton. She was 5th in Advanced Show
Twirl.
Rebecca and Stephanie were 2nd in their
Beginner Duet in the Juvenile Division
n Rachel Benton—Rrising 5th grader at Penn
Forest Elementary School—Won the Juvenile
Intermediate Solo Twirl, Super X Strut & Two Baton
and was 2nd in Advanced Show Twirl
n Meredith Smith — Rising 5th grader at Cave
Spring Elementary School—Won the Juvenile
Advanced Show Twirl and Beginner Two Baton and
was 2nd in Beginner Solo Twirl and Super X Strut

Virginia State Outstanding Team Award. From L-R:
Rachel Martin, Megan McConnell, Rebecca Keller,
Coach Joan Duus, Harlie Dale, Danielle Cormier,
Meredith Smith

Virginia State Dance Twirl Team Champions: From
L-R Back Row: Megan McConnell, Rebecca Keller,
Harlie Dale, Danielle Cormier Middle Row: Samantha
Taylor, Stephanie Meriwether, Elizabeth Hudson
Front Row: Rachel Benton, Olivia Thomas, Meredith
Smith

The first first-place winners: From L-R: Stephanie
Meriwether, Rebecca Keller, Harlie Dale, Meredith
Smith and Elizabeth Hudson
Rachel and Meredith Won their Beginner Duet in
the Tiny Tot Division
n Elizabeth Hudson—Rising 4th grader at
Morningside Elementary School–-Won the Strut
Queen Competition and was 2nd in Novice Solo
Twirl and Two Baton and 4th in Beginner Super X
Strut
n Olivia Thomas—Rising 3rd grader at Back
Creek Elementary School—Was 2nd in Novice
Super X Strut, 4th in Beginner Solo Twirl and 4th in
Advanced Showtwirl
n Danielle Cormier—Won the Pre-teen Advanced
Open 3-Baton and was 3rd in Advanced Open Two
Baton. She is from Jamestown N.C. and a 4 year
long member of Pizzazz Star City Twirlers. Danielle
is a part of the Teams that won the Virginia State
Championships
.Submitted by Joan Duus

Friday, August 13, 2010

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Springing back

2 from SWoCO in ‘Lunar Surface‘
Two people from Southwest Roanoke County are appearing in
the latest production at Studio Roanoke in downtown Roanoke.
They are Caitlin Morgan and Graham Grasty.
The show, “Up from the Lunar Surface,” opened Tuesday and
runs through August 22. It is described as “a surreal comedy.”
For showtimes and ticket prices, see studioroanoke.org.

Summer’s almost gone, but we can’t let it pass without at least one look back on
the spring. Speaking of which, if you still have photos from games this spring, we’d
still be happy to help you show them off. You can share at news@swo-co.com.

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Susan Larkin, Barry Mason, Jay Glenn, Roger Dickenson, Mary Beth Greenway.

Fred Corbett, Clay Goodman, Chris Kowalczuk, Rep. Bob Goodlatte, and Pete Larkin at the opening of the
Cave Spring National Little League this spring.
Photos by John Wimmer

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fence by e-mailing news@swo-co.com or write SWoCo, P.O. Box
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Top tomato
Linda Holt sent us this photo of a very large tomato she grew in her garden this year. “It is the biggest one
I have ever grown. This one is called a “Delicious.” It was not a real pretty tomato on top, but as you can see
was almost the size of a paper plate.”
Do you have interesting things from your garden this year? You can share photos at news@swo-co.com.

State Farm Life Insurance Company (Not licensed in MA, NY or WI), State Farm Life and Accident Assurance Company
(Licensed in NY and WI) - Bloomington, IL

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Delta Dental deer
As I drove along Starkey Road one recent afternoon, I was startled to drive by a fawn grazing on its
spindly legs, right near Delta Dental. I turned around at The Forum, hoping it would still be there and
that I wouldn’t see it running out into traffic.
I was able to pull into the lot with Starkey Medical’s practice and watch across the street as it
finished its snack and retreated to the cool of the woods.
For weeks, my family and I have been watching what we call the “Delta Dental deer” grazing on the
knoll near that office. A pair, including a buck with quite a nice little rack, have been traveling across
the road in the early evening and spending time grazing there. Perhaps this is their little one.
For more photos, see The Notebook on swo-co.com.
– Erica Myatt

The Roanoke Times

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Friday, August 13, 2010

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Kevin Jones Performing Arts Studio
The Southwest Roanoke County-based Kevin Jones Performing Arts Studio held a series of summer camps this summer at Faith Christian School.
Her are some photos from the high school camp, where campers rehearsed and performed songs from the musical “Wicked,” along with various
scenes.

Jonathan Stoots of Hidden Valley surrounded by his “harem” of girls in the song “Dancing
Through Life” from the Broadway musical “Wicked.” On stage, from left: Corinne Davis
(Hidden Valley), Caroline Magee (Roanoke), Lauren Harris (Hidden Valley), Jonathan Stoots,
Laura McConchie (William Byrd), Jenn Vigh (Cave Spring), Alison Downie (Hidden Valley).

Friday, August 13, 2010

Jessie Dwyer of Cave Spring (left) and Corinne Davis of Hidden Valley rehearse the
song “Defying Gravity.”

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Family Time Crossword

The Roanoke Times

Paparazzi

The (K) clues are for kids

Joe and Magen
Windel of Southwest
Roanoke County at
the Star City Comedy
Club. — Photos by Tara

Jones

Anita and Chuck Brady
of Southwest Roanoke
County at the Star City
Comedy Club.

Family Tree

By Signe Wilkinson

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THIS WEEK ON
BACK-TO-SCHOOL NEWS

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We’re posting info about back-to-school events as
soon as we get them. Find the latest in The Notebook,
look under “schools.”

Paparazzi
Our paparazzi photo crew was at the Morgan Harrington Memorial Golf Tournament at Hanging Rock,
and so were these folks from Southwest Roanoke County. For more photos,
see The Notebook on swo-co.com.

THE ROANOKE TIMES

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Steven Underwood of Southwest Roanoke County and Josh Nelson of
Roanoke

Ed Wells and Lucky Bohon of Southwest Roanoke County

Larry Gray of Southwest Roanoke County

Reeder Timmons of Richmond, Wes Warner and Chris West of
Southwest Roanoke County, and Nate Watson of Richmond