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[VO-NAT]
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[SUPER=@Marya1;]
[SUPER=@Brent1; ]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning.......
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[IN Q=I'm Manuel Gallegus]
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[OUT Q=Columbia Exposion]
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And Virginia's House of Delegates honors the Virginia-born astronaut who died on the Shuttle Columbia. we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to Hello]

[Shuttle]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
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Investigators hope clues into what brought down the Shuttle Columbia will be found in the debris spread over 500 square miles.
NASA is taking a close look at the spacecraft's liftoff ... to see if that played a part in its failed landing.
But officials warn that determining what went wrong could be a formidable task.
Some evidence may have been destroyed during re-entry and some may never be recovered.
Some NASA officials say their warnings about shuttle safety were ignored by the government.
NASA's former safety advisory chairman says budget cuts prevented adequate upgrades.
Manuel Gallegus has more from Houston.
[LIVE= Manuel- Newspath /FULL]
[SUPER=01-Manuel Gallegus/Reporting;]
[SUPER=05-Houston, TX;]

((Rolled from Newspath))

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[IN Q=As the search]
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[SUPER=01-Ed Crawley/MIT; 1:01]
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((AS THE SEARCH FOR DEBRIS GOES ON TODAY SO DOES THE SEARCH FOR ANSWERS. NASA TEAMS ALONG WITH THE MILITARY AND LOCAL AUTHORITIES ARE LOOKING ACROSS HUNDREDS OF MILES OF TEXAS AND LOUSIANA FOR PIECES OF THE SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA.

(NATS)

SOME HEARTBREAKING DISCOVERIES HAVE ALREADY BEEN MADE. THE F-B-I HAS TAKEN CUSTODY OF BODY PARTS FOUND IN EAST TEXAS. ONLY MILES AWAY AN ASTRONAUT'S HELMET LANDED INTACT. AND THIS MISSION FLIGHT PATCH..... YOU CAN STILL READ THE NAMES OF THE SEVEN ASTRONAUTS WHO LOST THEIR LIVES.

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Mission Control: "Columbia, Houston, we see your tire pressure messages and we did not copy your last." Columbia: "Roger, buh ..."
DURING RE-ENTRY MISSION CONTROL LOST TIRE PRESSURE INDICATIONS AND THE LEFT WING EXHIBITED SENSOR FAILURES. INVESTIGATORS ARE NOW LOOKING AT THE POSSIBILITY THAT THE PROBLEM STARTED DURING TAKEOFF. WHEN COLUMBIA LAUNCHED LAST MONTH A CHUNK OF FOAM PEELED AWAY AND SMACKED THE LEFT WING. AN ANALYSIS CONCLUDED THAT DAMAGE WOULD ONLY BE MINOR TO THE SHUTTLE'S THERMAL TILES.

(SOT/ED CRAWLEY, MIT)


"Right at the top of the list will be a concern about the thermal protection system...the tiles which insulate the spacecraft from the heat of re-entry"
WHILE IN THE MIDST OF THE INVESTIGATION, NASA, AND THE COMMUNITY HERE ARE IN MOURNING. AT THE GATES OUTSIDE OF JOHNSON SPACE CENTER HERE IN HOUSTON A MAKESHIFT MEMORIAL HAS BEEN SET UP. REMINDING NASA EMPLOYEES OF ANOTHER TRAGIC DAY ALMOST EXACTLY 17 YEARS AGO.))
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A Virginia Tech aerospace design professor says it won't be easy to get to the bottom of the Shuttle Columbia disaster. As he tells News 7's Justin Mcleod, a number of things could have gone wrong.
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((((RAKESH KAPANIA/AEROSPACE PROFESSOR: IT JUST RECONFIRMS MY FEELING THAT AEROSPACE STRUCTURES ARE THE MOST UNFORGIVING STRUCTURES.))
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Rakesh Kapania should know.
He specializes in aerospace design at Virginia Tech.
He knows enough about the shuttle to believe NASA will get to the bottom of what happened but says past shuttle disasters may not offer much insight.
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((RAKESH KAPANIA/AREOSPACE PROFESSOR: IT'S SO HARD TO BECAUSE VERY FEW FAILURES THAT WE HAVE DEALT WITH HAVE HAD HAPPENED THAT KIND OF ALTITUDE , 200,000 FEET, OUR KNOWLEDGE MAY NOT BE AS HIGH ABOUT STUDYING FAILURES AT THAT ALTITUDE SO WE WILL LEARN QUITE A FEW THINGS FROM THIS FAILURE BUT IT STILL CAME AS A SURPRISE.))
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Many feel that sense of surprise.
Shortly after the news broke, Virginia Tech's cadet corps lowered the flag on campus to half staff.
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[IN Q=Lowering the flag]

((CHRIS CALLAWAY/VT CADET CORPS: LOWERING THE FLAG IS A MEMORIAL WHO HAVE DIED. IT IS A VISIBLE SIGN OF THE SACRIFICE THEY'VE MADE AND USUALLY ONLY DONE FOR PRESIDENT'S WHO HAVE DIED, SENATORS, CONGRESSMEN, IMPORTANT GOVERNMENTAL OFFICIALS WHO HAVE DIED.))
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One of those who died in the Columbia disaster was David Brown who is an Arlington Virginia native.
He was a graduate of Yorktown High School and the College of William and Mary.
Justin McLeod, News 7.))


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[ANCHOR=Marya]
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Virginia's House of Delegates unanimously passed a resolution honoring Astronaut David Brown yesterday. The resolution was introduced Friday -
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Brown's parents say they woke up yesterday to watch the landing on television and that's when they learned NASA had lost communication with the shuttle. A friend who works with NASA then called the Browns to tell them the situation was serious.
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((PAUL BROWN/ASTRONAUT'S FATHER: BUT AT FIRST WE WERE THINKING, WELL YOU KNOW THEY HAVE BLACK TIMES SO LET'S HANG IN THERE, DON'T GET TOO UPSET, WAIT A BIT, BUT NOT WHEN THAT DEBRIS STARTED FALLING - IT WAS CRUSHING. DOROTHY BROWN/ASTRONAUT'S MOTHER: IT WAS JUST UNBELIEVABLE. IT WAS JUST HOPE AGAINST HOPE IT ISN'T WHAT YOU THINK IT IS.))
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The Browns say David knew the risks of space travel, but probably would NOT have changed anything because the flight meant so much to him. They also hope the tragedy doesn't discourage future flights.
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[IN Q=It has to go on]

((PAUL BROWN/ASTRONAUT'S FATHER: IT HAS TO GO ON - THAT'S WHAT WE SAY. DOROTHY BROWN/ASTRONAUT'S MOTHER: WE'RE A NATION OF EXPLORERS AND ALWAYS HAVE BEEN AND THIS PROGRAM WILL GO ON.))
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Before becoming an astronaut, David Brown was a Navy pilot and physician. The 46- year- old served as a mission specialist and helped with scientific experiments on the shuttle Columbia.



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Family members of a man arrested for child endangerment say they stand behind him in the case of a missing five year old boy.
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Logan Bowman has been missing for nearly a month, but his mother, Cynthia Davis didn't report him missing until last Sunday.
Logan had been living with his mother and her boyfriend Dennis Schemerhorn outside of Galax. Both were later arrested for child endangerment, after police learned Logan had been hurt and wasn't taken to the doctor. In an e-mail to News 7, Dennis Schermerhorn's sister writes: "On behalf of the Schemerhorn family, we would like to say that Dennis is cooperating with the investigation and that Logan is in all of our prayers." She goes on to say... Dennis, as well as the rest of his family, is very concerned about Logan's whereabouts, and wants him to be reunited with his father, Mr. Bowman.
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[ANCHOR=Marya]
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The child's mother is still in jail.. while Dennis Schermerhorn is free on bond.

[Punxy-Phil]


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The nation's most famous, furry forecaster is calling for six more weeks of winter.
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Punxsutawney Phil emerged from his legendary Pennsylvania tree stump and saw his shadow just after 7:25 this morning.
That means six more weeks of winter ... and Phil returns to his hole.
He made the prediction before a crowd of about 30-thousand.
Legend has it that the groundhog predicts the duration of winter each February second.
But groundhog experts say the critters are actually looking for love, touching off the mating season when they emerge from their den.
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[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[BOTH MICS HOT]
Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning....... Virginia apparently needs more than a Mapp to have a successful trip on the road -
[ANCHOR=Brent]

And
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We'll tell you about the unexplainable, inexplicable and just plain mysterious happenings in one area as we visit "Your Hometown" of Elliston.
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning......
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Plus, a Virginia Tech aerospace engineer weighs in with his observations on the disaster.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[Estate-Tax]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[WRITER=jen]
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A Republican-backed bill that would remove the state's tax on estates
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[TAKE PINNACLE FS] worth more than one-million dollars won preliminary approval in the House yesterday. [WIPE TO DEMOCRAT PINNACLE FS] Democrats tried unsuccessfully to limit the tax breaks to small farms and businesses. [WIPE TO NEXT DEMOCRAT PINNACLE FS] The unrecorded voice vote came after opponents portrayed the bill as a fiscally reckless perk for the state's richest families. [WIPE TO REPUBLICAN PINNACLE FS] Supporters warned that money and jobs will flee to states such as Florida, North Carolina and West Virginia if the tax is not cut.
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Thirty-two other states have voted to repeal the tax since Congress voted in 2001 to eliminate the federal estate tax and Virginia supporters say the states that retain it will be at a disadvantage. The repeal would not affect state revenues until 2005.

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[WRITER=jen]
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Roanoke officials have identified the shooter in yesterday's murder-suicide as 29- year- old Brian Scott Nicely of Southwest Roanoke. Officials believe Nicely got into an argument with another man over a woman before the shootings.
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[VO-NAT]
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Police say 26-year old James Richard Wilson of Salem was visiting a woman at a house on Oakland Avenue just after three when he heard gunshots outside. Wilson went to check it out and found the woman's former boyfriend outside with a gun.
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((LINDA EASTERLING/NEIGHBOR: A LITTLE AFTER THREE O'CLOCK AROUND 3:30 IT SOUNDED LIKE I HEARD A BIG BANG ON THE WALL OUT HERE BUT IT WAS GUNSHOTS.))
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Police say the woman's former boyfriend shot Wilson and then shot himself.
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((SUE STEPHENSON/NEIGHBOR: I JUST KNEW SOMEBODY ON THIS BLOCK WAS IN BIG TROUBLE, I JUST KNEW THAT SOMEONE WAS DEAD AND I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT SHOT BECAUSE IT WAS THE LOUDEST GUNSHOT I BELIEVE I'VE HEARD.))
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Both men were pronounced dead at the scene.
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A Rocky Mount man is in serious condition after police say he was severely beaten. Police found 44- year old Michael Avalos lying on the ground at the intersection of 17th Street and Orange Avenue in Roanoke yesterday. Authorities have arrested a father and his 14- year old son in connection with the crime. Police say the three had been fighting. The names of the people charged have not been released in order to protect the juvenile's identity.

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A local memorial received a big donation from the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets this weekend.
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The Corps presented a check for nine-thousand dollars to the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford. About 100- members of the Corps raised the money as a service project.
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[IN Q=We sent]
[SUPER=01-Gregory Grubbs/VA Tech Corps of Cadets; ]

(( WE SENT CADETS OUT TO THREE OF OUR HOME FOOTBALL GAMES, JUST SENT THEM OUT AROUND THE PARKING LOTS, AROUND THE TAIL GATES, SO REALLY INSTEAD OF THANKING US, YOU GUYS SHOULD BE THANKING THE HOKIE FANS WHO WERE MORE THAN GENEROUS WITH THEIR MONEY. ))
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The money will be used to purchase plaques bearing the names of the American and allied soldiers killed on D-Day.
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(( IT SHOWS NOT ONLY THEIR COMMITMENT TO THE D-DAY MEMORIAL BUT THEIR COMMITMENT TO HONORING OUR VETERANS AND HOW IMPORTANT THAT IS.))
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[vo-nat] The Memorial actually received more than 9- thousand dollars yesterday. A Virginia Tech graduate found out about the corps' donation and wanted the memorial to receive an even 10-thousand dollars, so that graduate made up the difference.
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[BOTH MICS HOT] Coming up, One theatre group's need for a stage is stealing the spotlight -- but charity has a supporting role. We'll explain after the break
[ANCHOR=Brent]

And a little later - - [take live pic of Justin on PS] Roanoke's "American Idol" talks to us about his wins, losses and the realities of reality television But first, if you're traveling today........ [Brent ad-lib the travel forecast -- WX PRO]
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About a quarter of a century ago, a group of people in Christiansburg got together to share their love of reading plays.
Eventually, they began performing them--to become what's now known as Playmakers and Company.
In this week's Virginia Profile, New River Valley Bureau Chief Myranda Stephens introduces us to the group once known as the "theatre without walls."
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((Some might call it a homeless theater.
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[RUNS 04] ((I LIKE IT BETTER SAYING WE'RE A THEATRE WITHOUT WALLS (LAUGHS) 13:39)) That's because over the last 12-years, the members of the theatre group, Playmakers and Company have bounced from place to place, struggling to perform four plays a year.
[SOT 18:04]

[RUNS :02] ((WE'RE GLAD TO HAVE SOMEBODY WHO WANTS US 18:06)) But, all of that changed this year, when the folks at the Montgomery County Christmas Store stepped up.
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[RUNS :09] ((THE CHRISTMAS STORE, WHICH UP UNTIL LAST YEAR COULD BE CALLED THE CHARITY WITHOUT WALLS MADE IT AVAILABLE TO THE THEATRE WITHOUT WALLS 13:25)) Which means gone are the days of rotating dress rehearsal at each other's homes. Although, it appears they really didn't seem to mind.
[SOT 21:03]

[RUNS :07] ((REPORTER: BECAUSE YOU GUYS ARE KIND OF LIKE A FAMILY? GRIBBEN :INDEED. VERY MUCH LIKE A FAMILY 21:10)) Literally family for actors Mike and Babs Ogliaruso.
[SOT 26:19]

[RUNS 05] ((SOME PEOPLE SAY I'M NOT EVEN ACTING WHEN I'M YELLING AT SO I DON'T KNOW (LAUGHS) 26:24)) They're just one of the three couples in the group, who are married both on and off-stage. Mike and Babs say that's one of the reasons why they enjoy being a part of Playmakers group so much.
[SOT 28:47]

[RUNS :13] ((IT COMES OVER THAT FEELING COMES THROUGH TO THE AUDIENCE IT BECOMES A REAL FAMILY. ONE OF THE BEST LINES IN THE PLAY
(SPANISH TRANSLATION) "WE ARE FAMILY." AND THAT'S WHAT IT IS...COMMUNITY THEATRE IS...FAMILY 29:00))

And now after forming a marriage with the Christmas Store, this struggling family has finally found a place to call home. Myranda Stephens, News 7, Christiansburg.))






[Health-Review]


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In health review,
We'll tell you why some seniors are taking driver's ed.
A Roanoke ophthalmologist recieves a lifetime achievement award.
Plus, find out why sunscreen should be worn year round.
Joy Sutton has details.
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[IN Q=Don't let the cold weather fool you]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Kenneth Warrick/Carilion Dermatology and Skin Center; :08]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Ken Tuck/Vistar Eye Center; :42]
[SUPER=01-John Rogers/AARP Driver Safety Program; 1:27]
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[502-12, 47:35]
((Don't let the cold weather fool you, the sun is still out and dermatologists say that means you should wear sunscreen.
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[SOT12:56:49]
[IN Q=In the winter time thinking]

((IN THE WINTER TIME THINKING THERE IS NOT MUCH SUN OUT THERE, MANY PEOPLE END UP WITH SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS OF SUN DAMAGE AND OR SUN BURN. BECAUSE THEY HAVE NOT BEEN IN THE HABIT OF WEARING SUN PROTECTION IN THE WINTER TIME))
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And the more snow on the ground or the higher the elevation, like on a mountain, the greater the risk. [03-07, 18:19]
In other medical news,
The Roanoke Valley Academy of Medicine has awarded ophthalmologist Ken Tuck with a lifetime achievement award.
A doctor who has made it his mission to cure world blidness.
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[SOT16:35:42]
[IN Q=I became aware of the awesome]

((I BECAME AWARE OF THE AWESOME PROBLEM OF WORLD BLINDNESS WITH 45 MILLION PEOPLE TOTALLY BLIND IN THE WORLD IN 1996 AND THAT NUMBER INCREASING BY 7 MILLION A YEAR))
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And thro ugh his efforts patients from all over the world are getting better treatment. Tuck helped start a national program to bring foreign ophthalmologists to the U-S for additional training and opportunities.
Tuck has also been a patient advocate serving on more than 33 state and national committees. [502-06, 1:21:50]
And some local seniors are getting a lesson in safe driving through a program offered by A-A-R-P.
While seniors cause fewer accidents than general public, they are more at risk for serious injury in a crash.
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[SOT20:59:17]
[IN Q=the problem is when we get older]

((THE PROBLEM IS WHEN WE GET OLDER OUR BODIES ARE MORE FRAIL. WE'RE MORE LIKELY TO DIE IN A CRASH THAN A YOUNGER PERSON BECAUSE OF THAT WE NEED TO KNOW CRASH AVOIDANCE))
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For more information about starting or joining a program you can find a link to the AARP site on our web site at wdbj7.com.
I'm Joy Sutton with health review.
)) [STRAIGH TO BUMP]
[2BIRTHDAYS!] 2/3/02
Monday:
Anniversary:
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[SUPER=130-/Sabrina Tolliver/Roanoke]



[SUPER=130-5/Kiyami Simmons/Roanoke]



[SUPER=130-37/Jeff Booth/Glade Hill]



[SUPER=130-6/Jazmine Massie/Fieldale]



[SUPER=130-5/Diamond Jefferson/Roanoke]



[SUPER=130-8/Tazmond Hash/Christiansburg]



[SUPER=130-7/Jasmine Boardwine/Ridgeway]



[SUPER=130-41/Roger Crane/Covington]


No Pictures:

[SUPER=131-3/C.J. Underwood/Rocky Mount]



[SUPER=131-/Nancy Perdue/Redwood]



[SUPER=131-71/Genevieve Parker/Henry]



[SUPER=131-/Opal Worrell/Dugspur]



[SUPER=131-/Winnie Vaughan/Willis]



[SUPER=131-/Leon Gallimore/Galax]


[SUPER=131-26/Gerald Campbell/Ferrum]