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DANVILLE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER TO SERVE AS SPONSOR FOR KIDS AND PROS FOOTBALL CAMP
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1 tablespoon curry powder
1 tablespoon brown sugar
1 tablespoon olive oil
1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 pinch black pepper 1 clove garlic, crushed with garlic press
4 (about 5 ounces each) pork loin chops, 3/4-inch thick
4 large peaches, each cut in half
1/2 cup peach jam, substitute apricot jam or preserves Arugula, for garnish
1. In cup, stir curry pow-
der, brown sugar, olive oil, salt, cinnamon, pepper and garlic. 2. With hands, rub both sides of pork chops with
curry mixture. 3. Brush cut side of peach
halves and 1 side of chops with some jam. Place peaches, brushed side down, and chops, brushed side up, on grill over medi- um heat; cook 5 minutes. 4. Turn chops and peaches
over and brush grilled side of chops with some jam; cook 5 minutes longer. Remove peaches from grill when browned and place on platter. Turn chops and brush with remaining jam; cook 2 to 3 minutes longer, until chops are browned on the outside and still slightly pink on the inside. Place chops on platter with peach- es; garnish with arugula. Serves 4. • Each serving: About 475 calories, 23g protein, 42g carbohydrate, 24g total fat (8g saturated), 58mg cho- lesterol, 325mg sodium. For thousands of triple- tested recipes, visit our Web site at www.goodhousekeep ing.com/recipefinder/
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Vine Ripe Tomatoes .59 Lb. Red Grapes .99 Lb.
Dasani Water 24 Pk. $3.99 Each Hospitality Cereal 35 Oz. 2/$7.00 1/2 Gal. Maloa Ice Cream $3.59 Ea. Or 2/$5.00
30 Pk. Variety Good Humor Ice Cream $12.09 Box.
London Broil Or Top Round Roast $1.99 Lb.
Boneless Sirloin Chops $1.79 Lb. Whole Boneless Ribeyes $5.89 Lb.
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DANVILLE, Va. (July 20, 2010) — Danville Regional Medical Center will sponsor a unique and high-energy football camp for kids in the Danville area for the sec- ond year. Last year Danville Regional sponsored more than 100 campers. The Kids & Pros Youth Football camp will be Monday, July 26th – Friday, July 30th for campers ages 7 -13 at Dan Daniel Park from 6 – 9 p.m. The camp is unique in that it features character lessons led by football ‘pros’ along with football instruction that teaches campers fundamentals and position-specific techniques. Buddy Curry, who is the founder of Kids & Pros, played inside linebacker for the Atlanta Falcons for eight sea- sons and was named Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1980. Buddy will conduct the camp, along with other football stars, including: Bobby Butler, Kenny Lewis, Fer- rell Edmunds, Donald Smith, Ken Oxendine, Na Brown, Jeremy Phillips, Kenny Lewis, Jr. and several current Virginia Tech players. “The camp combines teaching football skills and life principles that support the skill-based training the campers receive. We focus on respect, teamwork, perseverance, integrity, sportsmanship and the impor- tance of having a good attitude, among others,” said Buddy Curry, Founder of Kids & Pros. “We are excited to return to Danville this summer. It is a great commu- nity with kids that are focused on having a great camp experience.” The last night of the camp (July 30th) will
• Weatherproofing in the winter makes good sense — nobody likes the feel of a chilly draft. But weather- proofing is just as important during the summer if you use air conditioning. You might not feel that cold air leaking outside, but your power bill sure does. • Whip your butter to stretch it out. Soften sticks to room temperature and whip it to twice its volume using an electric mixer. Store in a large, sealable plastic con- tainer. • “The secret to extra-light pancakes and waffle batter is carbonated water. Use club soda in place of regular water and you’ll see a big difference.”— M.F. in Ten- nessee • “To use the last bits of shampoo and conditioner in my bottles, I add a little water and shake them. I also
cut open the bottle of lotion when it has a pump top. There’s always so much left when the bottle won’t pump any more out.” — A.R. in Oregon • “If you have paintbrushes
that have hard paint on them, try soaking them in full- strength vinegar. Check to see if paint has softened, and comb out with a wire brush.” — C.F. in New York • Mix liquid dish detergent
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feature a community event, where local residents are welcome to come at 5 p.m. to get the pros’ autographs and purchase concessions from the George Washington High School Booster Club. At 7 p.m. there will be a ‘Pros and Joes’ game, where the camp’s pros will play a football game with local ‘joes’ from the community. This year’s line-up of ‘joes’ will be: John Thurman, Charles Fulcher, Darrell Aherron, Brian Bonar, Dan Veasey, Coleman Adams, Dr. Carl Winfield, Mike Mondul, Billy Chaney, Mike Newman and David Satterfield, among others. Danville Regional employees playing on behalf of Danville Regional include An- drew Cocowitch, Albert Klein, Scott Oakes and David Frances. The ‘joes’ are already starting to practice their football skills in preparation for the big game. Everyone is welcome to attend and cheer on the teams. More than 100 kids have already signed up for this year’s camp. Space is limited but is still available. Participants can register online up to one week before the start of camp. Campers may also walk up on the first day of camp (July 26th) and sign up, but they must bring cash in order to register that day. For more information, visit www.kidsandpros.com
. Danville Regional is the leading medical center in the Dan River Region of Virginia and North Carolina, providing open heart surgery and advanced cancer treat- ment. Approximately 140 physicians are on the medical staff. The medical center employs approximately 1,400 people.
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Some ideas include: Recipients of awards, Local sports teams, Kids enjoying the summer, Results from your garden, Summer vacations, That big ole catfish, Bear sightings, etc...
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The Fraternal Order of Eagles Piedmont Aerie 4420 Annual Scholarship Presentation Awards Dinner was held July 17, 2010 at the Aerie. Local Students received a total of $4,500. Left to right first row are Arey Adkins, Lauren Vassar, Taylor Bauguess, Laura Adkins, Lindsey Moser, Karibee Walton and Courtney Farmer. Not pictured Olivia Grekos and Laura Williams. Second row: Members Jan Harris and Angie Andrepont, along with President Tony Pass.
REMEMBER 8/5/2010 is Kathy Crumpton’s BIRTHDAY Call her up! Buy her all sorts of unnecessary plastic stuff.
BRITTANY (age 4) had an ear ache and wanted a pain killer. She tried in vain to take the lid off the bottle.. Seeing her frustration, her Mom explained it was a child- proof cap and she’d have to open it for her. Eyes wide with wonder, the little girl asked: ‘How does it know it’s me?’
Angela Harris & Johnnie M. Fullerwinder
Meet Angela Harris & Johnnie M. Fullerwinder
Two local authors, will sign copies of their books this Saturday 11AM - 2PM at the Listen to Life Shoppe, beside The Market on Kentuck Rd.
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