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) 1 ) e S S S J HOMELAND SECURITY 'AT HOME' -- The Gilmer County Health Department's nurse, Iris Tallhamer (I- r), and Homeland Security coordinator, Misty Rexroad, reported to the Gilmer County Commission at its Thurs., Feb. 19 meeting that the county will be ready for any terrorists' attacks from their department's perspective. "Every county in West Virginia is coming up with its own plan," states Ms. Rexroad, who is in charge of getting the Health Department prepared for any potential terrorist-instigated disaster. To-date, the local Health Department has developed one of the most comprehensive anti-terrorist attack manuals of any Mountain State county, according to the pair. (Staff photo$ by Dave Corcoran, St.) IGlenville State College Students in Action ! STATEWlDE STUDENT MEETING -- On a recent wintery Saturday, college students from all over West Virginia converged on the Heflin Student Union where Glenville State College hosted an "Issues Forum." The students discussed many crucial issues to them, relays Stephanie Wines (I-r), director of GSC's Student Activities Department, who was assisted by All Varney, a Mingo County GSC senior majoring in behavioral sciences. Another GSC student assistant (not pictured), who helped out with this project, was Libby Vanscoy, a junior from Webster County. This statewide meeting was held in the Verona Mapel Room and was termed a big success, these organizers affirmed. • f • i YOUNG PIONEER FANS - At a recent GSCPIoners' basketball game in the action onlhe court while enjoying popcorn. Left to right are Noah Stalnaker, and •wen Hankinson. , local children display their interest Hankinson, Ellie Hankinson, Quinn Thursday, Feb. 26, 2004 --- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Paee 13 LOCAL SUN-BRIDGE CITIZENS VISIT STATE CAPITOL - Last Wednesday, the staff and residents of SunBridge Rehabilitation of Glenville enjoyed an exciting trip to our State Capitol. The trip was made so our local citizens, mostly seniors, could participate in "Support Our Seniors Day." Pearl Pyles (L) and Leslie Foreman (R) had the opportunity to greet and speak with Governor Bob Wise. Both individuals were excited about meeting our Governor Wise, whom Ms. Pyles sometimes refers to as "The Wise Man." Because this was a life-long ambition of Pearl's to meet a governor, we editors would like to commend those who participated in this important event for being interested in, and staying involved with, their community and state government. That's why they deserve our Newspapers "Folks Who Shine" spotlight this week. DHC, Sr., Publisher-Editor ;ociates wins Celebrating 30 years of excellent Consumer Services years of experience in the advertising service to its cliems, Charles Ryan "It is truly a pleasure to work with industry and appreciate the level of Associates (CRA) is pleased to an- so many greatly talented people," said talent in West Virginia. There are 200 nounce its success at the Advertising CRA chairman and CEO, Charles affiliate advertising clubs throughout Association of Charleston ADDY Ryan. "Each year that we participate the country, and the Mountain State awards dinner. The event, held on in the ADDY's, we are inspired and has received high acclaim from those Wednesday, February 11 at the Uni- humbled by the awards our work re- who work with some of the country's versityofCharleston,culminatedwith ceives," he said. "From our senior best creative minds. CRA winning the ultimate award of executives, to our designers and ac- "It is important to recognize the Best of Show for the "Come Out and count representatives, everyone un- creative talents of the people that we Play" television campaign produced derstands that your agency's reputa- have in this market," said Advertising for the W.Va. Division of Tourism. tion is established by the caliber of Association of Charleston president, Charles Ryan Associates honors work it provides to your clients. We Steve Mallory. "Judges who come include: all work very hard to reach the highest here from across the country have • Best of Show: W.Va. Division of level of creative.quality," he said. said that the creative talent in our area Tourism - Regional/National TV TheADDYs arethepremierawards is betterthan that insome of the larger Campaign Consumer Services for advertising excellence in the re- markets such as Dallas, New Orleans • Gold ADDY - W.Va. Tourism gion. The local chapter of the Ameri- and Detroit. It is a pleasure for us as an Print Campaign -Four Color Con- can Advertising Association has used association to help recognize these sumer Magazine the forum for the past 35 years to set people," he continued. • Gold ADDY-Friends of Coal- and maintain a standard of The latest awards bring the total Regional/National TV Campaignachievemetn fortheindustry. Nation- number of ADDYs for CRA to 49 in Consumer Services al!y renowned practitioners judge the West Virginia and Kentucky. • Gold ADDY- W.Va. Division of local entries. Gold ADDYs are then Charles Ryan Associates is an inte- Tourism - Regional/National TV sent to the regional competition al- grated marketing communications Campaign Consumer Services lowing local agencies to compete firm with specialties in advertising, • Silver ADDY - W.Va. Division against giants in the world of adver- public relations, interactive technol- of Tourism- Local _R _ad_ ioCampaign tising.OrganizersoftbeADDYshave ogy and government relations. The firm has built a presence throughout WV Lions seek host Families the Mid-Atlanticregion with offices in Charleston, W.Va., Richmond, Va., and Lexington, Ky. Finnish stm State Youth Exchange Chair Linda Ott announced today that the West Virginia Lions Youth Exchange Com- mittee is seeking host families for nine youth from Finland who will arrive in mid-June for 6-week visits with West Virginia host families. She said: "The Lions Youth Exchange is a cultural exchange. The Lions objec- tive is to create and foster a spirit of understanding among people of the world. The youth that participate in this program range in age from 16 through 21. Finnish Lions Clubs spon- sor the youth and local West Virginia Lions Clubs sponsor the host fami- lies." Ott went on to say, "Hosting a young adult from another country is not only an enjoyable experience for the youth but also affords the host family with a better understanding of others of our dancing. Riika (l 7) enjoys the theatre and sports. Marika (18) likes golf, music and movies. Host families are expected to pro- vide comfortable room and full board r & 8' ...................... =leo to for their exchange son or daughter. It SN Ford wt Snow Blade .................................. =2,200 is expected that they will be treated as a member of the family and not as a tourist or special guest. It is hoped that they will be shown local attrac- tions and be included in family and special outings, especially those or- ganized by a local Lions Club. Host families are asked to include their host sons and daughters when allot- ting household chores and responsi- "bilities, but not beyond what a natural family member would be expected to do. Anyone who would be interested in opening their homes and hearts to these youngsters, please contact one world. It is a learning experience for of the following Lions: Linda and both parties involved and bridges un- Clay Oft, 842-5625; Steve and Cindy derstanding and tolerance for all Glass 842-4132; Brenda and Mike people. Host families need not be Thompson623-0305orJimMcMillon associated with Lions Clubs or have 344-3355; or Mel Cummings 525- children in their home. Youth arrive 6129. with their own insurance and spend- --- ing money. The Finnish students all speak English along with other lan- guages." Janne (18) is the only male in the group from Finland. He likes soccer, athletics and other sports. Suvi (17) lists her interests as arts, painting, and yoga. Sofia (18) likes sports, cooking, animals and children:Marie (17) likes horses, riding them and music. Jonna (19) enjoys sports. Minttu (18) likes music and reading. Liisa (17) is into aerobics,jogging, music, reading and 35 Massey Ferguson, 35 HP, gas, wl side mower .... .................................................................. 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By Appointment "'- CLOSED SUNDAY Corn ete Une of New & Used Implements pI , , ,, ..... ,,, , , enn's Auto Need scrap Y Rt. 33 & 119 - Glenville 462-5868 MON. - FRI. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. SAT. Closed Tires * Batteries * State Inspection Attend one or more of the CANA meetings in Glenville between March 8-12 to learn more about the wireless broadband Internet ac- cess project! Call GSC's Dept. of Technology at 462-7361 for details! In the Glenville Democrat/ pick these papers up free of charge. Pathfindeds efforts to recycle and to They are good for campfires, sea- reducethewastegoingintoourarea's sonal packing, moving, farm use, landfills, weeditorskeepasupplyof pet training, etc. old newspapers at our 108 North Our offices at 108 North Court Court Street Offices. Street are open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The general public is welcome to Mon.-Fri. 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