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of Bill for seat belts, alcohol level the The house is now considering a bill that would channel $2 million a year in for 10 years into a special fund that would eliminate an unfunded liability isla- in the treasurer's pre-paid college tu- the ition trust fund. The pre-paid tuition by thetrust fund has about 8,500 accounts for people who have bought contracts for their children or grandchildren. so the The cause of this problem is a re-run out by a of another day in our state's history, members losing money in the stock market. Senate. The On Wednesday, pro-life supporters solve gathered for a rally in the Capitol :doctors. Rotunda. They were celebrating their Finance victory in the Senate where their in- ses- formed consent bill has passed. The tax in limbo, bill is expected to pass in the House stated next week. The bill requires doctors the bill to to offer women seeking abortions in- tax is off the formation and literature pertaining to abortion, and where they can find alternatives to this procedure. Gover- legisla- nor Wise vetoed a similar bill last year seat-belt but he will take another look at this alcohol bill. The mostly that makes of- gtVen a citation will naissance lues ominations Thursday, February 20, 2003 -- The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 11 tion on Responsibility on Tue., Feb. 25, at 4:00 in the Verona Mapel Room in the Heflin Student Union. Under the leadership of President Thomas H. Powell, GSC and its Board of Governors adopted the Re- naissance of Shared Values (RSV), seven basic values to guide the sense of academic, moral, and civic re- sponsibility of GSC's students, fac- A resolution passed the House this ulty, staff and administration. week that made a statement that a Responsibility, as defined by the woman should be added to the state RSV, is outlined by the expectation seal. The woman figure might be "that all members of the Glenville standing to the far left of the farmer State College community will rec- and coal miner on the West Virginia ognize and honor theirobligations to state seal. This may never happen as others and to the common good;" it is Success Discussed with Governor Bob Wise Members of the Glenville State College Board of Governors, Terry Butcher and Marge Burke, were in Charleston February 6th to meet with Governor Bob Wise. The purpose of the meeting was to further discuss the exemplary service of the College to the people of central West Virginia. The story of Gienville State Col- their importance underlined by highly Butcher and Burke, it was made clear visible reminders of the RSV and that his administration opposes any what they mean to the college corn- detrimental changes to the state's munity, higher education structure. The Gov- Due to the extremely inclement ernordoes not favortheclosureofany weather, Founders' Day activities, scheduled for Wed., Feb. 19, will be state colleges and was actually mis- quoted in earlier reports that made rescheduled on a later date. such insinuations. Nominations for 2003-2004 Stu- Wise praised the leadership of the dent Government Association College. He lauded the community (SGA) positions will remain open for rallying to support Glenville State until Fri., Feb. 21. Candidate infor- College. He also noted that many posi- mation forms are in the Office of tire changes have been put into place Student Life, and the election is at the College to hetter serve the lyeople scheduled to be held on Tue., Mar.4 of central West Virginia. and Wed., Mar. 5 from 10:00 a.m. He saluted the College's efforts to until 2:00 p,m, in the Heflin Student capitalize on its geographic location By Kristal Sheets, Stephanie Wines, GSC's Director of lege is not new to Governor Bob Wise. Student Intern Student Activities, is funded in part He has visited thecampus many times by monies received through a Social and was the keynote speaker at the Glenville State College will con- Initiatives Grant. Every month, one College'sfall2001 convocation.Wise tinue highlighting its Renaissance of the seven Shared Values is show- has always been a loyal supporter of the mission of the institution. of Shared Values with a presenta- cased in various locations on campus, During theGovernor's meeting with Its the sealhasremainedunchangedsince expected that "[they] will carefully Union (and in the main office at through the development of the new en- it was first adopted in 1863, despite a considertheissuesinvolvedinmoral Glenville State Community and High Adventure program. This pro- ted similar request in the 1970s to add a dilemmas and that they will always TechnicalCollege). Polling will also gram is poised to attract a significant amendments,woman, endeavor to resolve those dilemmas take place in the residence halls be- number of new students from outside with the bill The coal industry plans to launch in a responsible, ethical manner." tween 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. on the state who have the desire to take that anadvertisingcampaigntotrytobuild Tuesda's seminar, conducted by Tues Mar 4 in rPmP cIIl|d r Y ., . ............... part ._ ext ...... spo..., and .... oo_ I will correct support in the Legislature for increas- such as whitewater rafting, s so compli-ing the weight limit for coal trucks ........................................................... mountain biking, rock climbing and Solve so many from 80,000 pounds to 120,000 o much more. Y nOlbesettled pounds. Legislative leaders and the Pohcy Changes at Bulltown Campground The geographic location also lends 60-day ses-governor have said that they are not inclined to take up the issue again Sto get a rues- unless all sides involved could reach uld some kind of agreement. The House lead to defeated the issue by just one vote, 1.9 billion in 48-47, last year. Some leg- I enjoyed talking and visiting with tak- the large number of seniors that came feel that our to Charleston on Tuesday. and we So until next time, this has been a increas- brief summary as to what has been happening "Inside the House." from Governor Wise on Malpractice Legislation itself to increased attention about ex- If you arc planning on camping at next incoming reservation is sehed- pansion of the Land Resources de- Bulhown Campground on Burnsville uled to arrive. Riffle Run Camp- gree program at Gienville State Col- Lake during the 2(~)3 camping sea- ground will remain a first come-first lege.Locatedintheheartofthestate's son, you should take note that there serve campground (reservations will and region's oil and gas industry, the have been a tew policy changes that nt~t be accepted). College has long served as the aca- may affect you. To prevent problems with over- demic and practical training ground Beginnig with the Ul-,c~ming rccrc- crowding and parking, campsites at for countless oil and gas profession- ationseason, allcampsitesatBulltown Bulltwon will be limited to two ve- ais and the industry has additional Campgroundwillbeavailablcforres- hicles per campsite. Each additional needs that they are looking to the ervation through the National Recre- that is registered to the campsite must College to fill. alton Reservation Service (NRRS). bc parked in a designated parking Glenville'sculturalgrowthwasalso The change allows alll campers equal area. This vehicle limit excludes the at the center of the conversation, a.s opportunity to reserve one of the more motor home or camping unit. In addi- the creation of a new bluegrass cer- desirable sites. In addition, thischangc lion, there is consideration for an ad- tificate program and bluegrass music allows us to stop unauthorized camp- ditional vehicle fee in the near future, festival has drawn state and national ers from switching sites. Reserva- If this fee is put into place, it will not attention to the campus. tions may be made up to 24() days take affect during the 2003 camping Earlier in the week, Glenville State before your arrival. However, the season. Campsite limits are eight College faculty, staff and students reservation must be made at least two personsandsix visitors,andonecamp- were part of Higher Education Day at days before you arrive. To make ing unit and tents not exceeding 200 reservations you may call the NRRS square feet of floor space. toll free at 1-877-444-6777 or visit The no pet rule in E and F loops of reform we need in the long run and the their website, www. re~erveUSA.com. Bulltown Campground will continue economic relief we need now. To Although the campground will be to be enforced, withnoexceptions. If have any long-term effects, you must I CKt% re~rvabte;-walk-ins are still y~b have any questions concerning give our doctors a financial package welcome, subject to availability. Ira these policy changes, you may call in this bill. campsite does not have an incoming the lake Offiee at 304-853-2371,ore- medi- have provided direct relief to physi- on does not clans. There is no relief in the Senate a doctor, I Bill. Senate's If I were a doctor, I would call my tort reform Senator and say-you only gave me one medicine when I needed two. My proposal gave our doctors the tort this prob- reservation, you may rent it until the mail at burnsvillelake@lrh.usac.e.anny.mii. !the financial for doe- would the Legislature. The day proved to he an excellent opportunity fi r GSC to promote the growth and expansion of programs that have occurred in recent years. Senators, Delegates and staff members visited the table throughout the day to praise the collective out- pouring of support for Glenville State College that they have received from alumni and friends of the institution. This is a testimony to the loyalty and dedication of all GSC alumni and friends. +'We were delighted to hear Gover- nor Wise say that he thought Gtcnville State College is on the right track," said Terry Butcher, Chair of the Board of Governors. "It is always refreshing to hear that the work of the faculty and staff is not going unnoticed and Glenville State College certainly has a lot to be proud of." Federal support has become an in- tegral part of the College's continued growth. Governor Wise is well aware of the relationship that is developing between Congressman Alan B. Mollohan, Glen ville State College and Gilmer County. On January Ist, Gilmer County became part of West Virginia's First Congressional Dis- trict, which Mollohan has represented since 1979. The Congressman and his family are no strangers to the area. His great grandfather was one of the founders of the original Glenville Normal School in 1872. "['here has already been a signifi- cant investment of time on the part of Congressman Mollohan and the stu- dents of Glenville State College will undoubtedly benefit from his intense interest. Severalopportunities forpart- nerships are currently being pursued that will enhance academic offerings for the entire IO-county service re- gion. "'Governor Wise commended Glenville State College |br its strong affiliation with Congressman Mollohan's office and encouraged us to continue to work with all levels of government," said Margc Burke, Board of Governors member and former state legislator. "We are so pleased with the continued support we are receiving in Charleston from our local delegation of capable House and Senate members and we know that the federal support will allow us to do even more to support the mis- sion and to serve the people of central West Virginia," added Burke. I II If Americans recycled all of their Sunday newspapers, it would save 500,000 trees a week. 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