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Page 2A -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Feb. 5, 2004 r ROLE PLAYING GAME - Rob Kerns from Gilmer County (not in the picture), Game Master, held a role playing game on Jan. 24, 2004 from 4:30 p.m. at an office of the Snack Bar in Glenville State College with his friends, Brian Moss (left to right), junior chemistry major, Travis Wells, senior biology major, Tonya Brady, junior, and Charles Miller, sophomore computer science major. The game doesn't need TV or game consoles, it only needs pieces of paper and players. The story and rules are made by the Game Master who leads the game. This kind of role playing game helps us be more creative and have more originality. They have the game meeting once a week in the evening. (Staff photos byAsuka Sauai, sophomore business major at G$C) CLASS DELAY DUE TO SNOW- On Mort. afternoon, Jan. 26, David Moss, a two year business major, was studying for his afternoon class inRobert F. Kidd Library because classes were cancelled until noon due to the bad weather. He commented he was enjoying his classes this semester. His favonte class is Principles of Retailing. "Mrs. Echard makes the class funt" he stated. BINGO GAME- Student Activities at Glenville State College held a Bingo Game on Jan. 27, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Snack Bar in the Heflin Student Union. Approximately 30 students got together and enjoyed the game. Some of the pnzes were hot chocolate, candy bars, thermos, and College blankets. Stephanie Wines from Student Activities (in the below picture) is planning to have lots of activities for students and the community, such as comedians, movies, musicians, and hypnotists. These activities are decided by students based on suggestions from surveys and questionnaires. Mollohan obtains $12.8 million for local water and sewer projects Congressman Alan B. Mollohan * $5 million for Parkersburg to up- W.Va. 31 and Pullman Road in Ritchie announced today that the federal grade its wastewa{ertreatmentplant; County; government's final 2004gpendi g bill * $2 million for Sun Valley Public * $750,000 for the Mineral County contains nearly $13 million that he Service District to extend sewer ser- Commission to develop a regional earmarked for nine water and sewer vice to Reynoldsville, Wolf Summit, wastewater collection and treatment projects in northern West Virginia. Sun Valley and Davisson Run in system for northern Minerat County, "This money will help to bring new Harrison County; including upgrades to the Fort Ashby or improved service to thousands of * $1,617,000 for Gilmer County Public Service District treatment water and sewer customers across the Public Service District to extend wa- plant; First Congressional District," said ter service from Glenville through * $671,000 for Petersburg to re- Mollohan, D-W.Va. "And impor- Nutter Run, Spruce Run, Kelly Run place its water storage tank; and tantly, it will help to reduce each and U.S. Route 119/33 toStumptow a; * $380,000 for Moundsville to im- customer's share of the burden of * $875,000 for Marshall County prove its storm and sanitary sewers on paying for these upgrades." Sewerage District to add/upgrade Jefferson Avenue. Mollohan put the money in the U.S. sewer service to Fort Clark Estates, "These projects are essential to the Environmental Protection Agency Pin Oak Hills, Rustic Hills and the safety and health of local residents, (EPA) 2004 budget, partoftheomni- East 4th Street area outside of and to the growth ofthe communities bus appropriations bill that President Moundsville; in which they live,"Mollohan said. "I Bush recently signed into law. * $824,000 for Philippi to upgrade am pleased to work with local leaders Mollohan is the top-ranking Demo- its water treatment plant; on such major investments that will crat on the panel that funds EPA. * $750,000 for Harrisville to ex- benefit our area for years into the The measure includes: tend water service along W.Va. 16, future." I I I .... Joa| Relnlmrdt .,. ~t~,~Jation CleatRAyeul Ted.m~tm Snath -- S~rls Reporl~ Publiahed weekly perlodicels Postage paid st Glimville, WV 26351 POSTMASTER: Send address corrections to: The Gienville Democrat 108 North Court Street ~ Box 458, G~nvli~, ~ 26351 Phone (304) ~-7~ ~x (304) 462-7300 gl~nWllenewmm~l@rloi.net AvJllhlbfe by Subscrfpflon and Over-the.Counter Sales st select ~. Pdce: J21.29 (tax included) in Gilmer County. Prlce: I=26.50 (tax included) In West Vlrgln|a. Price: "28.00 (no tax required) for Out-of-Stata Subscribers. We cannot accept subscriptions for tess than six months. VISA/MasIMCard accepted, I Farm Pond To learn more about farm pond management, you are invited to at- tend an education workshop on farm pond management that has been scheduled for February 9, 2004, at Jackson's Mill. This program includes a dinner, which will be served at 6:30 p.m. at the Dining Hall, followed by the program at 7:30 p.m. at the As- sembly Hall. There is no cost to attend, as pro- gram costs are paid by sponsors, which include Wes-Mon-Ty RC&D and West Fork Conservation District. However, pre-registration is required. To register, call your county exten- sion office by February 6, 2004. ( ) SCIENCE FAIR: Students in grades 4, 5, and 6 at Sand Fork Elementary School participated in the school science fair on Thursday, January 29. Cody Blankenship, a 6th grade students is shown during the judging of the fair, demonstrating his project on cereals. The county science fair will be held on February 5 at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. Wildlife Manager Steven R. Gregory Award from the West Virginia Receives Steven R. Gregory of Vandalia, ment Area in Lewis County, Steve WV, a Wildlife Manager for the West has been most active m the manage- Virginia Division of Natural Re- ment of the wild turkey in West Vir- sources, has received the prestigious ginia. He made major contributions Outstanding WildlifeManagerofthe to the recently completed five-year Year Award from the West Virginia wild turkey population dynamics re- State Chapter of the National Wild search project that was jointly con- Turkey Federation (NWTF), accord- ducted by the West Virginia Division ing to NWTF Regional Director Bob of Natural Resources and the Virginia Farkasovsky. Department of Game and Inland Fish- This award is presented annually eries. This research effort, which was to recognize and honor a Wildlife funded in large part by the NWTF, is Manager in West Virginia who has the defining work in wild turkey popu- demonstrated outstanding efforts in lation dynamics studies for the mid- the management and conservation of Appalachian Region of the United the wild turkey and other wildlife States. resources of the state. . Steve Gregory's entire professional In presenting this year's award, career in wildlife has been public ser- Mr. Farkasovskycongratulated Steve vice-oriented and has been reflected for his many years of service to the in his many accomplishments with sportsmen and women of West Vir- the Division of Natural Resources. ginia in the restoration and manage- He began his career in 1974 as a ment of the wild turkey. "We are trapper for the State Rabies Control very proud of the work accomplished Team. The trappers also worked ex- by Wildlife Managers throughout the tensively on research and reintroduc- state,"Farkasovsky said. "The sports- tion projects. After trapping hun- men of this state can be most thankful dreds of turkeys, Steve became very for the dedication that Steve Gregory proficient and he made the last offi- and many other Wildlife Managers cial catch to complete the statewide demonstrate every day." restocking.in 1988. West Virginia Working as Wildlife Manager for was the first state to completely re- ( Besides training many of his fellow ..... wildlife managers in the finer points of turkey trapping, he has given count- less demonstrations at Jakes Day, Conservation Camp, National Hunt- ing and Fishing Day, the Governor s I Spring Turkey Challenge and other i public events. 'Steve has made tremendous con- tributions to the state's wildlife man- agement program and the sportsmen and women that enjoy our abundant j wildlife resources, said Curtis I. Tay- lor, Chief of the West Virginia Divi- 1 sion of Natural Resources, Wildlife c Resources Section. "In particular, Steve has made great strides through his cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in habitat enhance- ment management projec,,ts on our [ Stonewall Jackson WMA. t, The West Virginia State Chapter of s the NWTF is one of the state's largest and most active sportsmen's organi- zations. Their primary goal is to sup- a port and promote the sound manage- t( ment and use of the state' s wild turkey c, resource. The NWTF is also commit- sc ted to delivering conservation educa- It fion and outdoor skills training pro- tc grams to women and children through- e, out the country. ' W tu vi 1 ut th eG bl, eu the Wildlife Resources Section at stock the wild turkey. Stoiaewall Jackson Wildlife Manage- .................. L A B O Y" E-V-E-N-T IIII I I &i ] ex1 SUl eri pr Ca an ate ani Sh( doc Sct S ow~ T Col i nu Ir .. ~ -"