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Page 8B --- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Feb. 5, 2004 Moose restaurant is now open Glenville Moose Governor Dick Harrison wants to clarify a couple of issues about the local Lodge's restaurant downtown. First of all, the Moose's Eatery is open to the Lodge's members and guests, being located in the lodge building which is on East Main Street near the corner of Lewis (in the old flea market-antique store). Its serving hours are 5-10 p.m. Tues.-Sat. Secondly, the Eatery bills itself as a family-style restaurant, not bein~in the same section of the building as the Lodge's tavern which is also open only to members, prospective members and their guests. As a result, Moose members and their guests can bring their families to eat in the restaurant section -- without seeing or being in a bar. Finally, the Eatery's new cook is Chef Chipper Iamonico who has held cooking positions in an exclusive New York City restaurant, as well as in the Days Inn in Flatwoods and the old Derrick in Glenville. See this week's Moose advertisement about the Lodge's proposed Valentine's Party, 187 Candidates file for political office As of 1:00 p.m. on Friday, January p.m. at www.wvsos.com. 23, 2004, 187 candidates had filed The official filing for political of- with the Secretary of State's Office fice dates are January 12throughJanu- during the first week of the official ary 31. A Certificate of Announce- 2004 filing forpolitical office period, ment must be filed by each potential A complete listing of the candi- candidate during this specific period dates who have filed for political of- of time. In addition, candidates must flee with the Secretary of State can be remember that pre-filing for office does not exclude them from having to found online every weekday by 3:00 file during these dates FII E Community Weekend Presentations Free Training to the Community Community Microsoft Word Saturday January 31, 2004 Community Microsoft Excel Saturday February 7, 2004 Community Microsoft PowerPoint Saturday February 14, 2004 Glenville State College presented its World War II Heroes Project for History Day at the Legislature on Thursday, January 29th. GSC Assis- tant Professor Michael Gherke and Debbie Nagy, Coordinator of Alumni Affairs, represented the College and the Heroes project at the event. The College is pleased to be in- volved in the inaugural states of this project, the purpose of which is three- fold: (1) to interview, record and publish the memories of central West Virginia World War II veterans on II in the central West Virginia region. The World War II Heroes Project has secured a server for publishing edited interviews on the World Wide GLEN\/ILLE STATE COM.EGE ___ GSC and Local Library To Offer High- Web, an Apple G5 computer with the capability of manipu ting audio and Speed lt/ireless Internet Access by July video files, a state-of:l -art digital Broadband Access Project Gets Assist From $5,000 Verizon Grant video camera and audio recording equipment. Visitors to the two main libraries The Virtual Educational Resource GSC students have established a in Glenville will soon have high- Information Zone-Online Network database o fin formation on area World speed, wirelessaccesstothelnternet Project will enhance several other War II veterans and from this, were with the help ofa $5,000 grant from College or Glenville community able to locate area veterans who were Verizon Foundation, the philan- projects currently underway. These invited to their World War II Veterans thropic arm of Verizon Communi- are: the World Wide Web (2) to establish an ongoing database of information on living and deceased area World War II veterans (3) to collect, catalog and house donated memorabilia from the World War II era. Pictured above and representing GSC with this presentation, Profes- sor Michael Gherke and Debbie Nagy explain that this project originated through the efforts of Congressman Alan B. Mollohan, who secured fund- ing for the effort. The funding was channeled through the Vandalia Heri- tage Foundation, an organization that oversees a variety of history projects Honors Banquet last November 8th. The banquet was well attended by veterans and their families, as well as by Glenville State College officials and representatives from the Vandalia Heritage Foundation. This activity provided an opportunity for GSC stu- dents to meet area World War II veter- ans and hear their stories. The College is very pleased to honor our local World War II veterans and to preserve their stories for future gen- erations. The presentation was well received at the Legislature and more contacts were made with the viewing public throughout the day. WWll HEROES PROJECT- Gherke and Nagy present the World War II Heroes Project in Charleston during History Day at the Legislature. Over ex,,er,,nce - easonab,, rates ]I Electronic filing - Multi state t:eturns [ [ Perso_..... nal and Business returns J I FLYNN'S TAX SERVICe: ! 405 North Lewis Street Glenville, WV [ James & Anne Flynn ._462-7603 .jaflynn@rtoLnet ] cations, and the Virtual Educational Resource Information Zone Online Network project sponsored by GSC and the Gilmer County Economic Development Associa- tion (GCEDA). The Gilmer Public Library and the Robert F. Kidd Library, GSC's research library, are preparing to provide broadband Internet connec- tions for library patrons, commu- nity members, college and second- ary education students, staff and administrators, and local busi- nesses. All will be able to use wire- less laptops and other wireless de- vices, such as Personal Digital As- sistants or PDAs, to connect to the Internet using Wi Fi technologies. The Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education " (FIPSE) that supports community training on computer technologies, including Internet use and software training. The Center for Appalachian Net- work Access (CANA) project, in co- operation with Carnegie Mellon Uni- versity, will provide wireless broad- band access to the Glenville area upon its completion. The upcoming renovation to the Robert F. Kidd Library will include special areas for laptops and PDA users to connect with the new wire- less broadband system. 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