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Page 12 ---The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Feb. 26 2004 101 DAYS OF SCHOOL - 1st Row (L-R) Destiny Helmick, Kayla Ball, Cody Richards, Maria Skidmore, Timmy Lanham, Tammy Jenkins, Mya Beron. 2nd Row (L-R) Megan Lilly, Hunter Ashley, Colby Cunningham, Justin Emerson. TRANSPORTATION UNIT - Planes, trains, automobiles, boats and helicopters, too. 1st row (L-R) Maria Skidmore, Tammy Jenkins, Destiny Helmick, Megan Lilly, Kayla Ball. 2nd Row (L-R) Timmy Lanham, Colby Cunningham, Hunter Ashley, Cody Richards, Justin Emerson, Mya Beron. The following students ~e on the Principal's List (4.00 grade point av- erage) at Sand Fork Elementary School for the second nine weeks grading period: Third Grade: Michaela Beron, Heather Vance , Fourth Grade: Chelsea Knicely, Sydney Pettit Fifth Grade: Jessica Montgom- ery Sixth Grade: Rae-Anna Lowther, William Radcliff The following students are on the Honor Roll (3.00-3.99 grade point average) at Sand Fork Elementary for the first nine weeks grading period: Second Grade: Skylar Arbogast, Taylor Baxter, Julie Bishop, Dravin Gibson, Kayla Heater, Marvin f Hickman, Amanda Lamb, Megan Lamb, Tonya Lyons, Colton Rose, Seth Skinner, Jessic, a Stump, Zachary Watson, Justice Whh'acre, Theresa Young Third Grade: Ashley Bush, Jen- nifer Freeman, Joshua Lowther, Shaina McRae, Kevin Rhoades, Bree Wolfe, Jacob Yanero, Tiffany Young Fourth Grade: Jesse Bell, Tanya Buckhannon, Allison Fisher, Anthony Holton, Dylan Montgomery, Courtney Ratcliff, Marianna White Fifth Grade: Samantha Cottrell, Meghan Luzader, Jason McCord, Cody Shackleford, Parker Tallhamer Sixth Grade: Francesa Baisden, Cody Biankenship, Tiffany Isenhart, Marissa Luzader, Lukas Montgom- ery, Amber Shackleford, Brian White. FSC's 2004 Town and Gown Theatre season filled with family fun Be ready to hum along with the tunes of the 2004 season of FSC/ Fairmont Town and Gown Theatre productions. The summer season, filled with family-oriented shows, will feature "School House Rock Live." "The Music Man," "Fiddler on the Roof" and two cabarets. "School House Rock Live," directed by Dr. Francene Kirk of the FSC School of Fine Arts, is based upon the early 1970s Saturday morning car- toon of the same name. It is a musical show, featuring such well-known songs as "Conjunction Junction" and 'Tm Just a Bill on Capitol Hill." Per- formance dates are June 3-6 in Wallman Hall Theatre. The second production will be "The Music Man" by Meredith Willson. Director of the play will be Randy Rittenhou e of FairmonT $I:,'.e. The plot revolves around "Professor" Harold Hill, a con-man who in order to sell band instruments convinces the citizens of River City, Iowa, that he can teach their children to play in a magnificent marching band. Hill doesn't count on falling in love with the town librarian and, instead of skip- ping town before the instruments ar- rive, he is convinced to stay. Perfor- mances will be June 17-19 and 24-26 in Wallman Hall Theatre. For more in formation about the sea- son, call Marian Hollinger, Fine Arts Advocate for the FSC School of Fine Arts, at (304) 367-4300. Ilene Evans will portray Harriet Tubman in +. TRAVIS CAFFREY Travis Caffrey 2004 National Latin Society Inductee at their Latin class, but in a high average bracket. Travis carried an average of 98.0 in Latin I and is pulling an A average as well in Latin II. He is now a perma- nent member included in the society's data base and has been awarded a certificate and card attesting to his accomplished excellence in a chal- lenging academic subject. Ad multos annos, Travis. In a ceremony on February 20, a Latin II student at Gilmer County High School was inducted into the National Latin Honor Society. The honored student was senior Travis Caffrey. The NLHS has been, for 50 years, giving awards of membership to Latin students across the country who excel in the study of the Latin language. The students must not only be in the top of Ilene Evans is an actress, singer and Stonewall Resort to host Icelandic will storyteller be portraying who lives the in historical Davis. She fig- ure of H,,ar(i'et Tubman "Heroirie of 2 7- 2 8 Freedorn2 at three elementary schools and at the Landmark Studio for the Ice carving demonstrations, Vodka, and wine tastings on tap Stonewall Resort continues its of- feting of unique winter weekend ex- cursions with the Feb. 27-28 Icelan- dic Ice Carving Weekend, resort offi- cials announced recently. Greg Parsons, General Manager for Stonewall Resort, said, "The Icelan- dic Ice Carving Weekend is another event in our Winter Weekends event series. Our goal is to provide guests with new and unique experiences while affording them the opportunity to relax in the cozy confines of our full service resort." Parsons said the weekend is full of activities. Guests can learn the basics of ice carving on Saturday (10 a.m. to noon and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.) and Sunday (10 a.m. to 2 p.m.). The resort will host receptions on both Friday and Saturday evenings featuring Iceland themed Hors d'oeuvres and wines that compliment the cuisine. A Vodka tast- ing will take place on Saturday at 3 p.m. According to Dale Hawkins, Xecutive Chef at Stonewall Resort,"The evening meals on Friday and Saturday may be the best part of the weekend." Hawkins said that Iceland is known for its "Thorramatur," or traditional foods enjoyed during, the winter months. The evenings menus include multiple selections, such as Icelandic Shrimp salad, smoked ham in Ma- deira, Ribbenstykke Spare Ribs, and Roasted Vension Dyresteg, among many others. Traditional salads, ap- petizers, soups and desserts will also be served. Try out one of our local churches-- you'll be pleasantly surprised! Store and More.- spersed throughout the monologue, sung by Evans. This WV Humanities Council pro- gram is being hosted by the Land- mark Studio for the Arts and is sup- ported with additional financial assis- The Landmark public performance will take place on Friday February 27m at 8:00 pm. Tickets will be avail- able at the door. Everyone is wel- come. February is Black History month. Ms. Evans has a deep and rich voice which tells the story of Tubman'sjour- ney to freedom. Included in the pre- sentation are traditional African- American spirituals that are inter- tance from the Office of the Secre- tary, WV Department of Education and the Arts. The Landmark Studio is a non- profit organization located on Main Street Sutton, next to the Fire Station. Our building is Completely accessible. Anyone needing assistance may call 765-3766 for informationand help. You may also find us on the web at landmarks tud i o. o r g ii MARCH 41 l AT THE CAPITOL and we need JOIN US March 4, 2004, 10:30am - Noon State Capitol Plaza FOR MORE INFO visit www.friendsofcoal.org or call 304/342-4153 643-2800 124 East Main Street CELLULARONE Harrisville, WV 16362 Authorized Dealer Locally owned and located in the former Century 21 Office beside Stout Hardware. Come on in, bring this ad for 10% off on any accessory. t ! 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Ill Paid for by the candidate. 1 File Smart! o File Electronically! 8217 Glenville 462- pecial tours of Virginia's statehood movement and its part in the Civil War, the use fo native natural resources to create an architectural masterpiece, the contri- butions of immigrants to our state's culture and work ethic, and the his- tory of the treatment of the mentally ill in the state and nation. Students will visit three floors of the central tower building in small groups of 15-20 sutdents. Picnicking on the grounds is avail- able for classes, weather permitting. A limited number of folding tables are available. The Weston Hospital Revitaliza- tion Corr .mai. "ttee (WHRC), a non-profit organ|zauon supporting the develop- ment and preservation of the historic Weston State Hospital, will be host- ing special tours for public and pri- vate school classes, as well as home- schooled students, beginning March 26 and continuing through the end of the current school year. The forty-minute escorted tours will focus on the hospital's impact on West Virginia's unique and varied history. Experienced tour guides will discuss the role o the hospital in West Srar FIPSE Community Weekend Presentations FREE TRAINING e-Bay to the Community Community Microsoft Access Saturday February 21, 2004 Community E-bay Training Saturday February 28, 2004 Community Word Training Sa .t.ul"day March 06, 2004 For information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who stole the wheels and tires from this 1999 Chevy S10 at Call the state police or i ) 1