Southwest Virginia's Premier Motorcycle Trails! See why bikers nationwide come to ride these trails!
Free Dental, Medical, Hearing & Vision Services To Be Provided.
Smyth County Virginia has a new and wonderful opportunity coming to us, but we need your support to help it become a reality.
On Friday April 29, Saturday April 30, and Sunday May 1, 2016, under the umbrella of Remote Area Medical of Virginia, the first Annual
RAM-Smyth County VA is being held at the Mountain Empire Airport in Groseclose VA.
RAMUSA.Org Clinics provide these services to patients Free of Charge, on a First-Come, First-Serve basis by Health Care Professionals who volunteer their time and expertise.
Please attend the next RAM-Smyth County Committee meeting on Thursday, January 21, 2016, starting at 3:00pm, being held at the
Smyth County Farm Bureau, 354 S Main Street, Marion, VA 24354.
Now is the time for all people, including Health Care Professionals, who wish to Volunteer their help at this year's RAM-Smyth County,
to Register by providing their Contact Information at: RAM.Smyth.County@gmail.com.
Thank You! Have A Healthi-Day! Ken
Kenneth J. Little, Jr., CRaDT-E
Remote Area Medical-Smyth County VA
276-243-8382 Voice-Text / RAM.Smyth.County@gmail.com
MUSEUM OF THE
What: Woolly Mammoth Breakfast
Sponsored by Friends of the Museum of the
and the Madam Russell United Methodist
Where: Northwood High School Cafeteria
When: Saturday January 30, 2016 8:30 to 10:30 am
Weather Prognostication to follow
Contact: Museum 276-496-3633
COME HEAR WOOLLY ROAR
Join the Friends of the Museum of the Middle Appalachians for their annual Woolly Mammoth Breakfast on Saturday, January 30 at the Northwood High School Cafeteria in Saltville, VA. The Madam Russell United Methodist Men will serve breakfast from 8:30 to10:30 am. The weather prognostication will follow breakfast. Indulge in Ice Age Eagle eggs, Bison bacon, Mastodon sausage, Ground-Sloth gravy, Saber-cat head biscuits, Paleo pancakes w/syrup, Fried Arboreal apples, Ground Hog grits, Cave-bear coffee and Musk-Ox milk as you listen to the music of SUPPER BREAK. Door prizes will be drawn throughout the morning.
AND THEN THE BIG EVENT……….WOOLLY, the Mascot of the Museum, will emerge to predict the weather for the next six weeks!!! Saltville Mayor Neil Johnson will proclaim Woolly’s meteorological forecast for the coming of Spring
Tickets are $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children under 12. A breakfast ticket also gives you free admission to the Museum on Saturday, January 30, 2016. This is the perfect opportunity to visit the Museum's new Salt Theater showing a video story of the "Civil War at the Salt Works". The new Theater was built in the Civil War Section of the Museum by Friends of the Museum with real theater seats.
The Museum is open Monday-Saturday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and Sunday 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. For more information, please call 276-496-3633.