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, l , Iill Page 6A -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, January 15, 2009 Humanities Council Seeking Major Grant Proposals Kanawha Drive CEOS The West Virginia Humanities Council announces its upcoming Feb- ! ruary 1, 2009, Major Grant deadline.. i Major grants are awarded annually ifor projects requesting more than !$1,500 and up !o $20,000. ', This category supports public pro- grams including, but not limited to, i lectures, school projects, panel dis- :cussions, reading/discussion series, i exhibits, reenactments, and confer- ! e@es. The Humanities Council en- cdurages proposals from colleges, / schools, libraries, historical societies, parks, convention and visitor' bureaus, historic sites, museums, civic and ser- vice organizations, cultural groups, and local govermnent agencies. For more information or to request an application, contact grants admin- istrator Amy Saunders by phone at 304-346-8500 or via email at saunders@wvhumanities.org. Guide- lines and applications are ayailable on the 'council's website, www. wvhumanities, org. I daily Authentic Mexican Food " t 1 0 O//O OL B IL L !. Exit 112 i n C l arks b u r (47 9E milz_Dr lye)ca l.I 3 d4=-622 -2 042 .I IVII!IVI() To the Community Have a very Happy Happy NewYearl From your friends at Calhoun Banks! Looking for a bank where you can check your banking accounts Pay your bills on-line? Eliminate handling paper bills? Reduce your mailing expense? Do your  banking and pay your bills in the convenience of your home .t or office? f/ f Then, look no further! We, at Calhoun Banks, now have the 0n-Une Bill Paying Option. Make your banking and life easier! Call or come in to see us so that we can take you through the easy, step-by-step process: then you, too, can save your ffme and energy in paying your bills "Weigh" To Go In 2009! The Kanawha Drive CEOS New Year's meeting was a New Years party, complete with tiara and noise makers (used on positive and con- gratulatory statements). President Caroline Cusick called the meeting to order, Vice President Carol Wolfe read two New Year poems: Just One Request and The New Year. Twelve members told their Health Resolution as Secretary Brenda McCartney called the roll. Treasurer Paula Mazzagotte gave the treasurer's report. In the business meeting, President Cusick gave highlights of the County Council meeting. The Club agreed to give $20 to the Teen leader T-shirt Fundraiser. The door prize was won by Terri Stalnaker. Health Motivator and Lesson Leader Paula Mazzagotte discussed "a weigh" to a Healthier WV, and a new CEOS Health Program "10,000 Steps a Day". Paula distributed a chart helping each member determine her Body Weight Index. She then spoke of exercise necessary for weight measurement. One hundred fewer calories can help prevent Americans from continuing to gain weight. The best approach to weight control is careful food choices, small portions, and an active lifestyle. CEOS offers pedometers to count 10,000 steps a day. Paula gave each member a cal- endar to chart her steps. An encourig- ing lesson. Hostess for the evening was Mabel Talbott who served an array of chips and dips, delicious orange jello, angel food cake and pumpkin bread. Those in attendance included Rosa Belle Cunningham, President Caroline Cusick, Sadie Kelble, Sectary Brenda McCartney, Treasurer Paula Mazzagotte, Maxine Smith, Marito Stalnaker, Terri Stalnaker, Mabel Talbott, Vice President Carol Wolfe, Dessie Wolfe and Lorene Wolfe. KEEGAN MATTHEW KIRKPATRICK Keegan Kirkpatrick Born 12/23/08 .Dr. Thomas Kirkpatrick and Am- ber Garretson are proud to announce the birth of their son. Keegan Mat- thew Kirkpatrick. born December23. 2008, at 3:08 a.m. at Pleasant Valley Hospital Keegan weighed seven pounds, four ounces, and was 22 3/4 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Jim and Sheila Garretson, of Grantsville. and great-grandparents are Jim M. Garretson, of Grantsville. and Idell Gofl, of Stumptown. ,Pater, aM grandparents are Joey Kirkpatrick, of Jane I2i', and Susan Kirkpati:{cl/of Glenvllle. and great- grandparent is Genny Kirkpatrick. of Baldwin. : Winnie Stalna, :er ' will be celebrating her 99 th Birthday on January 20, 2009. - She enjoys receiving cards ahd letters. i0 Her address is 96 Shale Rd. ........ g "-a.o. . Normantown, WV 25267 ! ,...,,-.,.o. . Minnie Hamilton Health System Glenville ,, Office is pleased to announce we will be offering ** the American Lung Association's Freedom from ,, " smoking course beginning February 12, 2009. " q ". The Freedom from Smoking course is an eight ** week cessation program that helps give smokers ** some useful tools to quit in a supportive group ,* setting. The group meets once a week to discuss * their progress, strategies for quitting and sup- " port one another in their efforts. Sheree Hender- ** son will be the facilitator for the group, and will ** be available as a resource during the meetings. ,, The course is free, and Minnie Hamilton will . ** provide all the materials to those who enroll. The first meeting will be on Thursday, February .* 12, 2009 at 5:00 p.m. in the Pediatric Clinic wait- . . lng room (bottom level of the medical center at -* .* 809 Mineral Road, after office hours). If you have been wanting to quit, and are ready to " make the commitment to do so, please join us. . To register, or for more information, contact ,, ** Sheree Henderson at 462-7322 Call00ounBanks WrkinIf:;,Y:;ft;d;Yur tomorrow. Give yourself and yolt loved ones the best gift of all this Valentine " Day a healthierjou. Serving The Little Kanawha Valley With Four Locations GRANTSVILLE OFFICE ARNOLDSBURG OFFICE ELIZABETH OFFICE GLENVILLE OFFICE t w 372 Main Street P.O. Box 430 Rt. 33/119 P.O. Box 130 Rt. 14 P.O. Box 129 14 N. Le is St.. Hays City Grantsville. WV 26147 Arnoklsbur.,. WV 25234 Elizabeth. WV 26143 Glenville. WV 26351 Phone (304) 354-6116 Member Phone (3114 655-8347 Phone I3(14) 275-OY.16 Phone (3(M) 462-5051 Fax (31141 354-7855 FOlC Fax (304 655-7266 Fax (3(H) 275-1(165 ,, Fax (3041 462-8215 , i I I Minnie Hamdton HEalth SgstEm : *" 809 Mineral Road 186 Hospital Drive *" Glenville WV Grantsville WV " 462-7322 354-9244 " q q q q qqq q 999 q 9 q 9qqP  99q9 99 9  99 99 99999  NORMAN WILLIAM COBERLY AND EUNICE LOUISE COLLINS Trinity Nuptials Held With Reception AT GSC Eunice Louise Collins and Norman William Coberly were united in mar- ridge on August 2. 2008. at Trinity United Methodist Church in Glen- ville. The ceremony was officiated by Reverend Robert Bartram. The bride is the daughter of Jerry Collins o f Glenville and Avon Arnold of Chambersburg, She is the grand- daughter of the late Herbert and Ruth Collins and the late Obert and Mabel Wine. Eunice is a 2001 graduate of Gilmer County High School and a 2005 graduate of Glenville State Col- lege/West Virginia University Insti- tute of Techno!ogy,wh a Bachelor of Science in Nursingo,.$he is currently employed by Hospice Care Corpora- lion of Burnsville. The groom is the son of Billy and Patricia Coberly of Meyersdale. Pa. He is the grandson of Lela Keim.of "Meyersdale and the late Apphonsus and Colleen Weimer. Norman is a 2003 graduate of Meyersdale Area High School and is currently employed by MT Construction. The matron of honor was Terri Thomas. friend of the bride and brides- maid Crystal Bretz, friend of the bride. The flower girl was Hannah Beckner. cousin of the groom. The best man was Steven Beal. friend of the groom and groomsman, Chris Korns. friend of the groom. The ushers were Justin Collins. brother of the bride and Bryon Norman. cousin of the groom. The piano was played by Dr. Kevin Cain and questbook attendant was Laurie Collins. sister-in-law of the bride. Scripture reading of 1 Gormthians 13. was read by sisterof the grbom,u%oriL ThoJnpsan ..... A reception followed at the Glen- ville State Ballroom. The four tiered cake was made by Patricia Coberly, mother of the groom, and was deco- rated beautifully with purple hydran- geas with a double ring cake topper. The couple honeymooned at Pocono Palace Resort. They now reside in Normantown. Serving Gilmer & Surrounding Counties Since 1953 COLLINS INSURANCE AGENCY t/'l" Your Hometown Independent Agent For your home, mobile home, farm, personal auto, ltlsuta/;c ) commercial auto, life, ATV, motorcycle, boat, camper, flood, ilAgent / business INSURANCE & bonds -- Multi-Policy Discounts Available. COLLINS INSURANCE AGENCY Jim Collins, Agent 216 E. Main St., Glenville, WV Phone 462-7951 Fax 462-4600 collins.insurance.agency@gmail.com CLOSED SATURDAYS Truth or Tradition ? Why do ye also transgress the commandment of God by your tradltlOn__ Matthew 15:3 I/ , Is It In The Bible? Truth or Tradition? The forbidden fruit in The Garden of Eden was an apple. Noah took two of every ani- mal into the ark. The death angel slew the first born in the land of Egypt. Sunday is the Christian Sab- bath. Jonah was swallowed by a whale. Three wise men visited Baby Jesus in the stable. Jesus stumbled under the weight of the cross. Truth or Tradition? It is so easy for us to get caught up in tradition. Things we have heard all our lives, we often take for granted. There is much truth in the saying, "You hear a thing long enough, you will come to believe it is true." The scribes and Pharisees accused the deciplesof Jesus of transgress- ing the tradition of the elders, be- cause they were eating with "unwashen hands." but he charged them with rejecting the command- ment of God by their tradition (Mark 7:1-13). Since the Day of Pentecost. AD 33. almost 2.000 years ago, Chris- tianity has undergone great changes; some beliefs and practices have been added, some taken away, and others changed, so that much belief and practice in religion today is nothing more than tradition. Some traditions are common knowledge; some not so common. Sone traditions are important: some not so important. Some traditions transgress the Word of God. and can separate man from God eternally. Things we have heard all our lives. we tend to take for granted as true. and seldom stop to examine The Scriptures to see whether they are true or not. Folks are often surprised at what The Bible actually says, because is it different, from what they have al- ways heard. For example, which of the following are in The Bible? "For- give us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us." "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." "Cleanliness is nest to Godliness." "An idle mind is devil's workshop." Actually not one! The thought is in The Bible. but the word- ing is different. In the future articles in this col- umn, we want to look at some com- mon religious beliefs and practices, and example what The Bible has to say about it. Then you decide for yourself what is Truth and what is Tradition. "Study to shew thyself unto God. a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the 'word of truth." 2 Timothy 2:15. Steer Creek Church of Christ, Stumptown, WV 25267. Minister: Gene Miller, 3281 Rosedale Road. Shock WV 26638- 8410. Phone: 304-462-0384. E- mail: ghmiller@rtol.net. Web Links: hurheald.com sanet.com. www'calhunbanks'cm