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Then on December 5, a sendoff at the Bluefield Armory was held for the whole squadron. ,. Clayton then traveled to Ft. Pickett, VA, to continue his training. He will also be training at Camp Shelby, MS, and at the NTC (Na- tional Training Center) at Ft. Erwin, CA. At the beginning of April, he will be leaving out of Ft. Bragg, NC, to begin his deployment. His MOS is 19D (Cavalry Scout), and his job in Iraq will be as an M2.50 caliber machine gunner on a HMMWV (Hum.vee). Clayton should be returning home about February, 2010. Supreme Court January Term Opening Of 2009 The opening of the January term at the Supreme Court of Appeals of Wes't Virginia will be at 10 a.m. on January 13, 2009, in the Supreme Court cham- ber on the third floor of the East wing of the state Capitol. On this occasion, the Supreme Court will welcome new Justices Menis Ketchum and Margaret Workman and will memorialize attorneys and judges who died in 2008. Justices Ketchum and Workman were elected to full, 12 year terms on November 4, 2008. and took office on January 1. To begin the ceremony, the John Marshall Fife and Drum Corps from Marshall University will present the .Colors. This and all sessions of the Su- preme court are open to the public. The Court's first argument docket of the term will commence at 2 p.m. Children and Adults Can Experience Hearing Loss Life is worth hearing, and the loss of that ability can dramatically affect one's life. Both children and adults can experience hearing loss. That is why it is important for individuals to have hearing testing performed. Dawn Bledsoe, Au.D., of Weston Audiology, will be providing patients with free hearing exams and hearing aid demonstrations for several days in January and February. The exams and demonstrations will take place on January 14 and 28 and February 11 and 25, at the Center Avenue office in Weston. Call 517-1401 for informa- tion and to make an appointment. The two types of hearing loss are conductive and sensorineural. Con- ductive hearing loss is caused by in- jury to, or problems with, the bones, eardrum and membranes, which carry sound from the external ear through the middle ear to the inner ear. This type of hearing loss can sometimes be medically or surgically corrected. Examples of conditions that may cause a conductive hearing loss in- clude conditions associated with middle ear problems, such as fluid in the middle ear from colds, allergies, poor eustachian tube function, ear in- fection, perforated eardrum, benign tumors, impacted earwax, infection in the ear canal, or presence of a foreign body. This type ofloss can also be caused by an absence or malformation of the outer ear, ear canal, or middle ear. Sensorineural hearing loss (also known as nerve deafness) occurs when the bones, eardrum and membranes are intact, but the inner ear (cochlea) deteriorates as the result of causes that can include the aging process or degeneration of nerves leading from the inner ear to the brain. Examples of conditions that may cause a sensorineural hearing loss in- clude: disease: birth injury; drugs that are toxic to the auditory system; ge- netic syndromes; noise exposure; vi- ruses; or tumors. Mixed hearing loss is when there are elements from both conductive and sensorineural hearing loss. This occurs when there is damage or dis- turbance to the outer or middle ear and damage to the inner ear. Because hearing loss is gradual, a person may not be aware of the extent of its loss until someone else brings it to his/her attention. It may be difficult to accept this news, but it is important to realize that recognizing a hearing loss is the first step toward improving the quality of life. Individuals are encouraged to see how a hearing aid can improve one's life. Thursday, January 1, 2009 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder Page 7B Rice Announces Application Window for Distance Learning State Director Rick Rice announces the Fiscal Year 2009 application win- dow for Rural Development's Dis- tance Learning and Telemedicine (DLT) Grant Program, subject to the availability of funding. The maxi- mum amount of an application for a 100% grant in Fiscal Year 2009 is $500,000 and the minimum amount of a grant is $50.000. Distance Learning and Telemedicine grants are specifically designed to provide access to educa- tion, training and health care resources for people in rural America. The DLT Program provides financial assistance to encourage and improve telemedicine services and distance learning services in rural areas through the use of telecommunications, com- puter networks, and related advanced technologies to be usedby students, teachers, medical professionals, and rural residents. The grants may be used to fund telecommunications-enabled infor- mation, audio and video equipment and related advanced technologies extend educational and medical ap- plications into rural locations. Grants are made for projects where the ben- efit is primarily delivered to end users that are not at the same location as the source of the education or health care service. The application deadline is March 24, 2009, for Fiscal Year 2009 fund- ing. Application guides and materi- als may be obtained at: http:// www. usda. g ov/rus/te lec om/dlt/ dlt.htm or by contacting the DLT pro- gram at (202) 720-0413. Further information and applica- tion requirements can be found in The Federal Register at: http:// edocket, access, gpo. go v/2008/E8- 30759. Rural Development serves as the lead Federal entity for rural develop- ment needs and administers program assistance through its housing, busi- ness.& cooperative, infrastructure and community programs. The U.S. De- partment of Agriculture (USDA) pro- hibits discrimination in all its pro- grams and activities on the basis of race. color, national origin, age, dis- ability and where applicable, sex, marital status, familial status, paren- tal status, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information, political beliefs, reprisal, or because all or part of an individual's income is derived from any public assistance program. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all pro- grams.) Further information on USDA Ru- ral Development may be obtained by visiting USDA's web site at http:// www.rurdev.usda.gov. In West Vir- ginia, call 1-800-295-8228 to be put in touch with the appropriate person- nel serving your county. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (Braille, large print, au- diotape, etc3 should contact USDA' s TARGET Center at 202-720-2600 (voice and TDD). ,, IV PANTHER PRIMITIVES' EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH At Panther Primitives. the tent factory in Normantown we are pleased to announce our Emp.loyee of the Month for his efforts in December: Randy Wilson Randy sews on the evening shift. He sews on a double needle machine, one of our more difficult machines to run. Last month we were shorthanded and Randy jumped right in and took care of all the double needle machine work on night shift. He helped to made sure that our customers received their Panther tents in time for Christmas. Randy, Thank you for your extra effort last month and congratu- lations on earning Panther Primitive's Employee of the Month award. The average depth of the Pacific Ocean is 12,925 feet. $ JOSEPH WILLIAM MILLER AND SARAH RENEE FRASHURE Mr. And Mrs. Ronald Frashure Announce Engagement Of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ronald and Nancy Frashure, of Glenville. are pleased to announce the engagement and forth- coming marriage of their daughter. Sarah Renee, to Joseph William M filer of Inwood. Sarah is a 1999 graduate of Gilmer County High School and a 2005 gradu- ate of the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy. She is currently employed as a pharmacist for Martin's Food Market in Martinsburg. Sarah is the granddaughter of the late Eu- gene and Mary Stout of Glenville and the late Earl and Fern Frashure of Camden. Joseph is the son of Robert and Linda Miller of Bunker Hill, and, Wanda Lamp of Charles Town. He is i the grandson of the late Charles and Evelyn Miller of Martinsburg and the ! late Joseph and Lillian Miller of" Martinsburg. He is a 1997 graduate ! of Musselman High School and is: currently employed as a member of the Flying Force for Aristocrat Tech- : nologies in Las Vegas, NV. The couple is planning and April! 2009 wedding in St. Lucia. After the i wedding, the couple will reside in: Inwood. :00Ii0000,.iii{{i{iiii!iiiii',iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiMiiii00:!iiiiT:',i;'00i7 '''',',::' !7t7i!!i!i!i!7!iiiii/i!!iii7i7i7ii!ii!iisi7iiiiiii7{i7iii!!tiiii?!iii{ GIL-CO FAITH PHARMACY d 356 WV HWY 5 East Glenville, WV Phone: 462-8300 Hours: After hours emergency, call: Man. - Fri.: 8:30 am - 7:00 pm Doug: 462-5554 Sat.: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Scott: 462-7355 Our family looks forward to serving your family. Pharmacists: Scott Wanstreet, R.Ph. Doug Moss, R.Ph. Lori Plummer, R.Ph. Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; He is Christ the Lord. (Luke 2:11) P - -ig;n nZ,00ii; - 00i;7724 tTn g ,7,- - 7 l Please make a pledge.., i 1 I I I understand that the City of Glenville has made application for a TEA Grant through the ! I West Virginia Department of Transportation for approximately $400,000.00 which requires a 1 | 20% match. The City of Glenville made application for the funding as an effort to replace the ! I sidewalk on the Northeastern side of Main Street and to widen Main Street by 2 feet. The City I | of Glenville agreed to make the application with the understanding that the "Main Street ! I Revitalization Gang" would help raise the funds. I would like to become a donor for this group I I in this effort. If the project is approved then I would like to pledge the following: I $100.00 $500.00 $1000.00 $5000.00 I ! Other (Please list the Amount) . I I ( Pledges may be paid monmly over a designatedperiod of time) " ! I I understand that ifthe grant is received I will be responsible for the above pledge. I s I | l I am making the fllwing dnatin at this time: l II Please make checks payable to the City of GlenvHle - Side walk improvement project. ! | 201 North Court Street I II Glenvflle, WV 26351 ! I - A special account has been established with the City of GlenviIle to deposit these designated I i [ funds. Funds will be returned to the person making the donation if the project is not I | approved after a couple of attempts at the funding request. ! ! Name: I Address--- ..... i | Phone: ..... ' I E-maih .... -- - __!_j L n II i Imlll Inl I i Il/ mll I ill  i ill ill nil Ill n lln  m  liml     N   u  I Resolve to p " j ble ! REFRESHTM 2200 PLUSH On Sale Now! ] PILLOW TOP 5 Year Warranty { I 10 Year Warranty Twin Now ,. | I Now ' Set ........... $379 | "., ]l Twin Set ........... $549 Full Set ............ $499 ..... 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