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[WRITER=jen]
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[VO-NAT]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning....... Bedford Co. police are still searching for a missing person near the James River.
[ENG#=2]
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[VO-NAT]

And four American soldiers were killed in Iraq overnight. we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[James-Search]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
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[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=none]
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Rescue crews are resuming a search for a missing person in Bedford County this morning.
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[TAKE MISSING PERSON MAP FS]
Officials say they began searching the James River near Big Island early yesterday and continued all day. Authorities are not releasing the man's name or details into his disappearance.
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[11Salem-Breakin]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=04-08 TC-1:42:44]
[GRAPHIC=none]
[ENG#=2]


Salem Police are searching for the person or persons responsible for a string of break- ins Friday night.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem;]

They happened in this strip mall on Apperson Drive where police say five businesses were broken into. Store owners came in to work to find holes in either their doors or their windows. At "Buy the Season Consignment" the door was busted out and change was stolen from the cash register. "More than Lights" owner Steve Knighten says he never thought anyone would break into his store and has asked Salem Police to do more night-time patrols in the area.
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[SOT 7:54:05]
[IN Q=There were some]

((STEVE KNIGHTEN: THERE WERE SOME PICTURES AND MIRRORS MISSING, THE BED IS BROKEN DOWN THAT'S IN THE FRONT WINDOW. LOOKED AROUND, DIDN'T SEE ANY MORE EVIDENCE, WENT INTO THE WAREHOUSE - THEY'D GONE THROUGH THE WAREHOUSE KICKED THE BACK DOOR IN AND GONE INTO BLANCO MANUFACTURING IN THE REAR.))
[SUPER=01-Steve Knighten/"More than Lights" Owner;]
[RUNS=16]
[OUT Q=in the rear]
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[VO-NAT]

Officials say they're still investigating. Anyone with information is asked to call Salem Police.
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[Iraq]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=sba]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Iraq]
[ENG#=3]

Good news for a Mississippi family this morning... U-S hostage Thomas Hamill has been recovered by U-S forces south of Tikrit (ta-cret) after he apparently escaped from his captors. Hamill is reportedly in good condition. This after the death toll for American troops continues to rise.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Amara, Iraq]

Four more U.S. soldiers are reported dead this morning. Two of the soldiers died when Shiite militiamen blasted their convoy in the South. Two others were killed in an attack in Northwest Baghdad before dawn. Allies are also reporting about a dozen deaths in the South after a 12-hour gunbattle in Amara. People there set fire to a Coalition truck carrying supplies early this morning- chanting in support of rebel forces.


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[Prisoner-Abuse]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
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[WRITER=sba]
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Meanwhile closer to home, the commander of America's more than one-million Army reservists has ordered a study of whether reservists are sufficiently trained in ethical conduct.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Crespatown, MD]

Lieutenant General James Helm-ly is also condemning the abusive treatment of Iraqi war prisoners. He says photographs of naked inmates forced to assume humiliating positions beside smiling reservists ``go against the grain of everything America's Army stands for.'' Helmly met with families of the unit at the center of the investigation in Cresaptown, Maryland -yesterday. Six reservists have been charged with crimes including cruelty, assault and indecent acts.
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[11Gring]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
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[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=04-14 TC-35:19]
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[ENG#=1]


There was plenty of pomp and circumstance at area colleges yesterday - but Roanoke College is saying goodbye to more than just its seniors. David Gring has served as president of the college for 15 years, and plans to retire in July. As Jennifer Wishon reports, Gring will be missed, but the changes he's made on campus will live on.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]
[SUPER=01-David Gring/Retiring Roanoke College President; :16 ]
[SUPER=@Jennifer2; :36 ]
[SUPER=01-Ann Gunter/Roanoke College Graduate; 1:16 ]
[SUPER=01-Brandi McKee/Roanoke College Graduate; 1:38 ]
[RUNS=2:10]
[OUT Q=JW, News 7, Salem]

((For more than 350- men and women Saturday marked their last day as Roanoke College students.
[SOT 18:09:27 - GRING LAUGHING]

((NATS OF DAVID LAUGHING.))
[RUNS= 03]

David Gring is also starting a new chapter - donning his robe for the last time after a 15 year tenure as president of Roanoke College.
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[SOT 18:05:42]
[IN Q=I'll definitely miss the students]

((DAVID GRING: I'LL DEFINITELY MISS THE STUDENTS AND I'LL MISS THE LIVELINESS AND ENERGY OF AN ACADEMIC ENVIRONMENT. YOU'RE BLESSED IN A SITUATION LIKE THIS TO BE WORKING WITH THE BRIGHTEST PEOPLE IN THE WORLD.))
[RUNS= 17]
[OUT Q=people in the world]

A career academic, Gring earned his masters and ph-d in zoology and genetics from Indiana University before a 13 year
stint at Concordia College in Minnesota.

But for Gring, coming to Roanoke College was an easy decision.
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[SOT 18:01:55]
[IN Q=It was clear from ]

((DAVID GRING: IT WAS CLEAR FROM FIRST STEP ON CAMPUS THAT ROANOKE COLLEGE WAS A COLLEGE WHICH ALREADY HAD SIGNIFICANT MOMENTUM.))
[RUNS= 10]
[OUT Q=significant momentum]

A momentum he carried. During his tenure, enrollment at Roanoke College has reached an all- time high. The school increased its endowment money from 25- million in 1999 to 84 million this year and the campus landscape has evolved with the addition of buildings like the Colket Center and Sutton Commons.
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[SOT 6:17:14]
[IN Q=I know everyone]

((ANN GUNTER: I KNOW EVERYONE IS REALLY SAD TO SEE HIM GO AND HIS BACCALAUREATE SPEACH WAS REALLY GOOD AND IT WAS REALLY FUNNY AND IT WAS NICE TO SEE HE WAS HAPPY ABOUT HIS DECISION AND HAPPY TO BE ABLE TO BE THERE WITH US.))
[RUNS= 11]
[OUT Q=there with us]

And in keeping with recent Roanoke College tradition the students time with Gring was extended. Rain hurried a sea of umbrellas from the quad to the Bast Center delaying graduation by an hour.
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[SOT6:17:42]
[IN Q=This is the second year]

((BRANDI MCKEE)) [RUNS 06]
[OUT Q=still get it done]

But before students received their diplomas Gring and his wife Susan were awarded honorary degrees for their service.

[6:51:07 - APPLAUSE AFTER HIS DEGREE] His message to students is simple.
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[SOT 18:06:59]
[IN Q=A bird does not sing]

((DAVID GRING: A BIRD DOES NOT SING BECAUSE IT HAS ALL THE ANSWERS, THE BIRD SINGS BECAUSE IT HAS A SONG AND I THINK OUR GRADUATES HAVE A SONG AND THEY ARE CALLED TO SING IT IN THE WORLD.))
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[OUT Q=in the world]

Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Salem.))


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[ENG#=V10]

Musicians are tuning up for a benefit for the Ronald McDonald House next weekend. We'll hear from one coming up -


[ANCHOR=Brent]

and
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[VO-NAT]


ESPN is bringing Dale Earnhardt's life to the big screen, but his family isn't amused by the situation. That story's coming up in a little bit, but first here's a look at your almanac.
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[Health-Review]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
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[WRITER=jsu]
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[ENG#=1]


In health review,
The number of children with autism has risen dramatically over the past few years.
And the Ronald McDonald house celebrates its 20th birthday.
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[health review fs]
Joy Sutton has more in Health Review.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Erica Hartwell has spent]
[SUPER=07-Melissa Hartwell; :11]
[SUPER=01-Laney Mofield/Ronald McDonald House; :24]
[SUPER=01-John Toscano/Commonwealth Autism Service; 1:05]
[SUPER=01-Brenda Baird/Neuroscan Behaviorial Associates; 1:28]
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[OUT Q=that's health review, I'm Joy Sutton]
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Erica Hartwell has spent the first five weeks of her life at Carilion Community hospital. Her mother is never more than a few blocks away thanks to the Roanoke Ronald McDoanld house.
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[SOT15:37:17]
[IN Q=The hospital in our area can not take]

((THE HOSPITAL IN OUR AREA CAN NOT TAKE CARE OF A BABY THIS SMALL OR THE NEEDS SHE HAS WHEN SHE WAS FIRST BORN)) [RUNS07]
[OUT Q=was first born]

The Hartwell's live in Bluefiled, West Virginia, they are one of many families who stay at the McDonald house.
[IN Q=Here in Roanoke our house provides]

((HERE IN ROANOKE OUR HOUSE PROVIDES HOUSING FOR FAMILIES WHO MUST COME AT LEAST 25 MILES AWAY FROM ROANOKE TO COME HERE FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT FOR A FAMILY MEMBER )) [RUNS4]
[OUT Q=for a family member]


In fact, the house served thousands of families in its 20 year history --giving them a home a way from home for only 15 dollars a night or sometimes even free.
[TAPE#=504-02 31:47]


In other news,
John Toscano with the Commonwealth Autism Service say the number of people with autism has reached epidemic proportions, affect one in 166 people.
At the Roanoke Valley Autism conference he also talked about the lack of services to meet the growing need.
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[IN Q=If not taken care of now this is going to be a wave]

((IF NOT TAKEN CARE OF NOW THIS GOING TO BE A WAVE THAT WASHES OVER A VARIETY OF SYSTEMS AND NOT JUST SCHOOL AGED KIDS AND WHAT HAPPENS WHEN PEOPLE WITH AUTISM AGE . THEY WILL LIVE A NORMAL LIFE SPAN, WHAT ABOUT THE SPECIALIZED SERVICES THAT ARE GOING TO BE NEEDED )) [RUNS15]
[OUT Q=going to be needed]


Meanwhile, newer treatments, like EEG-biofeedback are giving more options for care.
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[SOT33:12]
[IN Q=Using EEG-feedback]

((USING THE EEG-FEEDBACK THESE CHILDREN CAN LEARN TO SPREAD UP THE ACTIVATION IN THE INVOLVED PARTS OF THE BRAIN. IT HELPS THEM LEARN BETTER SOCIAL INTERACTION SKILLS, BETTER LANGUAGE INTERACTION SKILLS, THINGS LIKE EYE CONTACT IMPROVE)) [RUNS18]
[OUT Q=like eye contact improve]


This works by connecting electrodes to the scalp, to monitor brain activity, and then teaching the child through various activities how to stimulate certain areas of the brain.
That's health review, I'm Joy Sutton.))
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[ANCHOR=Susan]
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If you would like more information about EEG biofeed back or Commonwealth Autism Services you find a link on our web site.
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[Rock-House]


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Get ready to Rock the House! The annual benefit for the Ronald McDonald House is next weekend and has something for everyone. Organizer Gary Hunt is here...

[SUPER=01-Gary Hunt/"Rock the House" Benefit]



((Ad lib interview))

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"Rock the House" is next Saturday, May 8th. Tickets are eight dollars in advance and ten dollars at the door and available at the Record Exchange.
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[Earnhardt-Movie]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
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[WRITER=jen]
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ESPN was looking for race fans in North Carolina this weekend - but not for their typical entertainment.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Raleigh, NC;]


ESPN Original Entertainment is producing the movie "3" about Dale Earnhardt Senior.
Crews spent Saturday looking for extras - both people and cars - and plan to start taping in Rockingham next week.

But the movie isn't entertaining Earnhardt's family.
In a report Thursday, Earnhardt's wife and other family member told the Charlotte Observer that they weren't happy with the script.
ESPN has admitted to taking some dramatic license.
The movie "3" stars Barry Pepper in the title role.
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[ENG#=1]
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... A string of break-ins in Salem has some shopowners asking for more police patrols.
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[ENG#=2]
[VO-NAT]

Officials are condeming the abuse of Iraqi prisoners by American soldiers.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[TX-Storms]


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[WRITER=sba]
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Searchers have recovered the bodies of two toddlers who were in a vehicle swept away by floodwaters in Texas yesterday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Corsicana, TX]

The discovery brings the number of confirmed deaths from flooding in Texas to five. Police say the little boy and his sister were in their father's car when it stalled on a bridge at a low-water crossing. The father was trying to get them out when it was carried away.
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[SOT@1:19]
[IN Q=Water was moving...]

((GM COX/CORSICANA POLICE DEPT.: WATER WAS MOVING SWIFTLY - JUST TOOK THE VEHICLE AWAY - BEFORE THEY KNEW WHAT WAS HAPPENING. ))
[SUPER=01-GM Cox/Corsicana Police Dept.;]
[RUNS=:05]
[OUT Q=... what was happening.]
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[VO-NAT]

Meanwhile, rescue workers in Fort Worth have temporarily called off their search for another little boy whose mother and older brother drowned Friday night. After searching all day, authorities said they would continue the search in a few days if the water recedes.
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[11CF-Walk]


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[WRITER=jwi]
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Volunteers took "Great Strides" to help find a cure for a devastating disease this weekend.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;]

More than one-hundred people beat the rain and walked a three mile route to raise 20-thousand dollars for Cystic Fibrosis-- exceeding the original goal of 16- thousand. There is currently no cure for the disease that affects 30-thousand children and young adults nationwide.
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[SOT 17:52:13]
[IN Q=CF is a disease that]

((KAREN DENNIS: CF IS A DISEASE THAT AFFECTS THE LUNGS AND THE PANCREAS. IT BUILDS UP A THICK STICKY MUCOUS THAT REALLY CAUSES LIFE- THREATENING LUNG INFECTIONS, WHICH IS REALLY ONE OF THE MAJOR COMPLICATIONS.))
[SUPER=01-Karen Dennis/Virginia Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Director;]
[RUNS=10]
[OUT Q=major complications]
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[VO-NAT]

8- year- old Nicholas Hodges was diagnosed with C-F at birth.
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[SOT 17:55:42]
[IN Q=I want to get]

((NICHOLAS HODGES: I WANT TO GET A CURE. Reporter: And what do you want to get a cure for? CF.))
[SUPER=01-Nicholas Hodges/Great Strides Walk; (QUICK!!!!!)]
[RUNS=06]
[OUT Q=cure for? CF]
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[VO-NAT]

The U-S Senate recently declared May "National Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month." Money raised at all 600 walks across the country will go towards finding a cure and improving life for those affected by the disease.
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[11Chili-Cookoff]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
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[WRITER=tzi]
[TAPE#=03-53 TC-1:50:32]
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Rain has become part of the Chili Cookoff tradition in Roanoke - and this weekends was no exception.
But even showers couldn't dampen the spirit of the crowds coming out to taste for themselves.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Hundreds turned out to sample many different kinds of chili.
While most seemed to keep their recipes under wraps, one former champion was willing to talk about her secret ingredient.
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[SOT 9:32:05]
[IN Q=My chili was]
[SUPER=01- Jackie Koltz;]

((JACKIE KOLTZ: MY CHILI WAS SO HOT, MY SECRET INGREDIENT, I HAVE TO TELL YOU WAS SOUR CREAM TO BRING THE HEAT DOWN. I ALMOST DIDN'T TURN IT IN, IT WAS SO HOT.))
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[OUT Q=it was so hot.]
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[VO-NAT]


The chili cooks say they spend many weekends showing off their talent for worthy causes.
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[SOT 9:35:02]
[IN Q=Chili cooks have]

((JACKIE KOLTZ: CHILI COOKS HAVE A GOOD TIME. YOU KNOW, WE'RE ALL FRIENDS. IT'S LIKE, WHEN WE GET TOGETHER, IT'S A BIG PICNIC WITH ALL YOUR FRIENDS EVERY OTHER WEEKEND AND WE RAISE MONEY FOR CHARITY.))
[RUNS= :13]
[OUT Q=money for charity]
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[VO-NAT]


The cookoff was co-sponsored by W-D-B-J.
The proceeds from the event will benefit the Children's Scholarship Fund at the Greenvale School.
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[ANCHOR=Susan]
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[WRITER=jen]
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[ENG#=V10]


Coming up - we'll hear from our musical guest Lei-jah
[ANCHOR=Brent]


and
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[VO-NAT]


a local environmental group spreads its message to a Roanoke neighborhood in hopes of saving the scenery.
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[11National-Forest]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=tzi]
[TAPE#=04-10 TC-52:42]
[GRAPHIC=none]
[ENG#=1]


The Sierra Club is known for its efforts to protect America's forest.
This weekend, they were bringing their message out in the open - visiting a Roanoke neighborhood to get their message across.
Intern reporter Tom Zimmerman has the story.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=When you live]
[SUPER=04-File Tape; :00]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :14]
[SUPER=01-David Muhly/Appalachian Regional Sierra Club; :22]
[SUPER=01-Bob Egbert/Sierra Club Roanoke River Group; :56]
[SUPER=19-Tom Zimmerman/Reporting; 1:19]
[RUNS=1:40]
[OUT Q=TZ, News 7, Roanoke]

((((NAT SOUND OF WATERFALL))
When you live in Southwest Virginia, you become accustomed to scenes like these.
Miles of foot-trails cut through the Jefferson and George Washington National Forest leading to views of the valley below.
But the local branch of the Sierra Club believes this all could be in danger if the new management plan for the Jefferson National Forest proceeds as planned.
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[SOT 9:10:16]
[IN Q=Here in Virginia]

((DAVID MUHLY/APPALACHIAN REGIONAL SIERRA CLUB: HERE IN VIRGINIA THE JEFFERSON AND GEORGE WASHINGTON NATIONAL FOREST IS A SOURCE FOR OUR CLEAN DRINKING WATER. IT'S A DESTINATION FOR SPECIAL RECREATION FOR FOLKS AND WE FEEL THAT THE NEW MANAGEMENT PLAN DOES NOT ADEQUATELY PROTECT THESE AREAS.))
[OUT Q= protect these areas.]
[RUNS= :14]


The new management uses what the Forest Service calls a balanced strategy.
According to Forest Supervisor William Damon, many uses of the forest have to be considered to create a balanced plan for the forest, including recreation, mineral use, and timber harvesting.
But the Sierra Club believes their opinion is being placed below political motives.
[SOT 9:07:57]
[IN Q=We don't believe]

((BOB EGBERT/SIERRA CLUB ROANOKE RIVER GROUP: WE DON'T BELIEVE THE NO LOGGING OPTION WHICH SIERRA CLUB PROPOSED WAS EVEN GIVEN SERIOUS CONSIDERATION.))
[OUT Q= serious consideration.]
[RUNS= :09]
[SOT 9:11:25]
[IN Q= We'd like residents]

((DAVID MUHLY/APPALACHIAN REGIONAL SIERRA CLUB: WE'D LIKE RESIDENTS OF THE ROANOKE VALLEY TO KNOW THAT THIS IS HAPPENING AND IF THERE'S MANY RESIDENTS IN THE VALLEY THAT ARE UPSET ABOUT THESE THINGS THAT ARE WILLING TO SPEND SOME TIME AND EXPEND SOME EFFORT TO MAKE SOME CHANGE HAPPEN.))
[SOT 9:25:43]
[IN Q=They're bring that]

((TOM ZIMMERMAN/REPORTING: THEY'RE BRINGING THAT MESSAGE HERE TO SEVERAL ROANOKE NEIGHBORHOODS AND THEY'RE HOPING TO GET EVEN MORE MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY INVOLVED.))
[OUT Q=community involved.]
[RUNS=:08]

((NAT SOUND OF CONVERSATION))
The club hopes to open the eyes of residents to what they say is the danger of logging... convincing them that sights like these should be around for the next generation.
Tom Zimmerman, News 7, Roanoke.))

[11Playground]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=04-03 TC-1:24:11]
[GRAPHIC=NONE]
[ENG#=2]


This weekend marks the 20th anniversary of the Ronald McDonald House in Roanoke.
And one women's group in the valley marked the occasion with a gift that will help the families of sick children have something to make the stay a little easier.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Thursday; ]


As part of its annual community project, the Junior League of Roanoke Valley decided to build a playground at the Ronald McDonald House.
The organization made up of women raised nearly 10-thousand dollars to pay for it and spent more than a month putting it together.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 9:16:46]
[IN Q=This will provide]

((MELISSA BOWLING/JUNIOR LEAGUE: THIS WILL PROVIDE A PLACE FOR PARENTS TO COME OUT AND RELAX AS WELL AS CHILDREN TO COME OUT AND PLAY. WE'RE ALSO PUTTING IN A BASKETBALL GOAL AND SO SOMETIMES PARENTS JUST NEED THAT STRESS RELIEF IF THEY'VE HAD TO BE IN THE HOSPITAL ALL DAY OR DEALING WITH SOME OF THE ISSUES THAT FAMILIES HAVE TO DEAL WITH HERE AT THE RONALD McDONALD HOUSE.))
[SUPER=01-Melissa Bowling/Junior League;]
[RUNS=:15]
[OUT Q=at the Ronald McDonald House]
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[VO-NAT]


The playground was dedicated yesterday.
Saturday also marked the 20th anniversary of the Ronald McDonald House in Roanoke.
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[Sunday-Shapeup]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=Shapeup 2 42:38]
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[ENG#=2]


We're stepping up your circuit training
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[TAKE SHAPEUP FS]
in today's Sunday Shapeup.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=This Morning]
[SUPER=01-Ashley Beamer/Roanoke Athletic Club;]
[RUNS=2:23]

[tape tosses to break] [OUT Q=STay w/ us...]