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been presented at an international meet- ing last spring and is now part of our GLEN\:ILLE STATE OgLLEGE ..ws larger research focus on the overall health of our watershed which is the Directly off 1-79 Exit 105, Jane Lew 884-7806 HOUSE OF TUNES largest in the state," said Dr. Phillip Taylor who is the Chair of the Division of Arts and Sciences at GSC Taylor ................. went on to praise both college presi- [ ii Seminar I ~+ ~::~ 7~:p~m: etona dent Dr Robert Freeman and Con- ...... .... ] gressman Alan B. Mollohan for their I support of the project "Without the :l vision,f leaders like these, two men,, ~:!~:CD R;~,::::ordingBoo~" ~'~-'): i none ol our successes m serving and M~::/ educating the people of West Virginia ~ii' :~ :: i : 7J would be possible. We and the people[~i:::::TOesdayiFebi24 ] of our region owe them both a greati deal." [~( :i R~:A~ Auditorium : / Undergraduate Research Day runs J from 9:30 a m to 2 p m in the upper Jii:.i:;:: :=.JYi~.~bi26 | " . ' " ~StatoChotus, rotunda of the.. capitol between the [~ili:: HOsled~rme~nu~:S i. i-.._~ ~L_ : : s[ House and the 5enate chambers. [~!i.;!~:~ Day-Fine Arts Auditorium / Other colleges and universities rep, ] resented during Undergraduate Re- | search Day at the Capitol include=,:~ii(StudentRoaitaf [ Alderson-Broaddus, Bethany, Davis & Elkins, Marshall, Salem-International, Shepherd, the University of Charles- ton, West .L!berty, Wheeling-Jesu!t, C '' , Wne.?vte;~:::n~~ St:;t~ir~eStia~.)rgl;~ra h;ckuthe;l~isdffi~t t~2:te, sity-Tech. /,;...... /.///.//.. Gilmer Co.unty this spring. Konda Lee Clark of Troy is spe- cializing in Elementary Education. She is teaching at Glenville Elemen- tary under the supervision of Kathy Minigh and GSC faculty supervisor John Taylor. Clark is the daughter of Connie Clark and Dan Minney of Troy. Melissa G. Eastham of Spencer is specializing in Math and Science. She is teaching at Gilmer County High School under the supervision of Mr. Chambers and Mrs. Cunningham and GSC faculty supervisors Mr. Sheets, Mr. Peck, and Dr. Evans. Eastham is the daughter of Ramona and Joseph Carpenter of Elizabeth. Traci S. Evans of Glenville is spe- cializing in English Education. She is teaching at Gilmer County High School under the supervision of Nasia Butchei" and Francis Fitzwater and GSC faculty supervisors Sharon Kraus and Gayle Burkowski. Evans is the wife of Dr. Kevin Evans and the mother of Tara and Ashley of Glenville. Carol Ann Jones of Alum Bridge is specializing in Math. She is teaching at Gilmer County High School under the supervision of Twila Moyers and GSC faculty supervisors Connie Stout and Paul Peck. Jones is the daughter of Deloris Curry and Eli Sidwell of Grantsville, the wife of Richard Jones of Alum Bridge, and mother ofRichie. Jeremy Alan Kirk of Gilbert is spe- cializing in Music. He is teaching at all Gilmer county schools under the supervision of Andrea Heath and GSC faculty supervisors Harry Rich and. Kevin Cain. Kirk is the son of Jerry and Karen Kirk of Gilbert. valuable teaching experience in Education and Elementary Education. She is teaching at Glenville Elemen- February 19, 2004 4:30-7:00PM tary under the supervision of KimJones Main Course and GSC faculty supervisor John Tay- lor. Mortelette is the daughter of Jeff PRtME RIB and Gerda Mortelette of Waterville, Honondisband aujus sau~e New York. Jennifer Michelle Rollins of West Union is specializing in Elementary D E E P F R I E D C A T F I S H Education. She is teaching at Troy El- HusbPuppi~ ementary under the supervision of Debbie Shackelford and GSC faculty supervisor Connie Stout. Rollins is the S o M M E R S E "r C H ~ C K E N A rrd, xke H~rt~ andMu~broow~/n a/t~ O~z ~ Sauce daughter of Marvin and Candi Rollins of West Union Stephanie Jo Williams of Williamstown is specializing in El- ementary Education and Special Edu- cation. She is teaching at Gilmer County High School, under the supervision of Connie Frame and Mary Strickland and GSC faculty supervisor John Taylor, and Sand Fork Elementary, under the supervision of Sharon Radabaugh and GSC faculty supervisor Taylor. Will- iams is the daughter of Kathy and David Williams of Williamstown. The spring student interns are sched- uled to graduate in May. GSC has a long and proud tradition in the preparation of teachers. The edu- cation program is strongly committed to its mission of preparing exceptional teachers for the future. In keeping with its mission, GSC continues to maintain high quality programs in early educa- tion, elementary education, adolescent education, and special education and offers many different specializations. The College provides rigorous pro- grams that prepare teacher candidates for their chosen careers in West Vir- ginia and beyond. Currently, there are successful GSC graduates teaching in every county in the state. to participate in ay at living and working in West Virginia." Glenville State College professors Dr. Phillip Taylor and Dr. Loralyn Hilton-Taylor agree. 'The research our students are engaged in as part of the Little Kanawha Watershed Research and Education Center (LKWERC) at GSC is already having a positive im- pact on both the college and the Glenville community. The group serves as an educational force in the commu- nity, is the focus of our math and sci- ence professional development school model, and has already brought,in al- Glenville State College students and professors will be among the colleges and universities throughout West Virginia participating Thurs- day, Feb. 26, in the first West Vir- ginia Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol in Charleston. "This event is designed to show- case the kinds of activities college students around the state do outside of the classroom as part of their edu- cation," said professor Michael Castellani, organizing committee chair. "Many of the posters present most $100,000.00 in grants to the col- projects that could have a positive -lege iffthe last two semesters," said Dr. impacton oureconomicdevelopment, Hilton-Taylor. some involve the study of the state's "Some of our research on antibiotic environment, and several examine resistance in the watershed has already I Little Kanawha.Handgunners [ February 14, Shooting Match Results I Small Bore Pistol_ .Large Bore Pistol 1st-Danny Furr ............................. 195 1st- Van Ramsey ........................... 189 2nd- Van Ramsey .......................... 194 2nd- Mike Fisher ............................ 186 3rd- Wanda Ramsey ..................... 177 4th- Scott Furr ............................... 177 5th- Bud Cain ................................ 177 6th - Mike Fisher ............................. 174 7th- Tommy Meadows ................... 172 Open Class Pistol 1st- Wanda Ramsey.....J ................ 215 2nd- Danny Furr ............................ 210 3rd- Van Ramsey .......................... 186 4th - Scott Furr ............................... 178 5th- Bud Cain ................................ 175 6th- Tommy Meadows ................... 174 Bullseye - 3rd- Danny Fun ............................. 172 4th- Scott Furr ............................... 164 5th - Wanda Ramsey ...................... 147 6th- Bud Cain ................................ 130 7th- Tommy Meadows ................... 103 Iron Sight Rifle 1st- Danny Furr ............................. 214 2nd- Mike Fisher ............................ 187 3rd- Van Rarnsey .......................... 183 4th. Tommy Meadows ................... 179 4th- Scott Furr ............................... 179 5th- Wanda Rarnsey ........................ 59 Scoped Rifle 1 st - Van Ramsey ........................... 207 2nd- Scott Furr .............................. 205 3rd - Danny Furr ............................. 194 4th Mike Fisher ............................. 192 5th- Wanda Ramsey ...................... 188 6th- Tommy Meadows ................... 184 Scott Furr Next shoot is February. 28, 2004 Everyone Welcome/Come Shoot with Us/ Ran e G ilmer Count Public Shootin BOWTIE PASTA PYg.b Italian Sausagz , Brocooli and Zesty A ~ Sauae Adults $10. O0Flex $ 9.00 Children $5.00 Seniors $ 9.00 Any Question Please Coil 462-4108 For information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who stole the wheels and tires from this 1999 Chevy S10 at Hays (?ity Au .o S,ales I Call the state police or [ 4(;2-8334 I TAX REFImD LOANS THROUGH REFUNDS Now." IF QUALIFIED YOU CAN GET YOUR REFUND AMOUNT IN 1-4 I! !! DAYS, OR IF QUALIFIED FOR A NOWRAL, You MAY GET YOU TAX MONEY IN HOURS, WE ARE AN AUTHORIZED IllS E- FILE PROVIDER. INDIVIDUAL, CORPORATE, , FIDUCIARY AND ESTATE TAX PREPARATION AND PLANNING, PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING. WE OFFER MUTUAL FUNDS, ANNUITIES, AND IRAs THROUGH SEVERAL PROVIDERS. WE OFFER INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP LIFE, HEALTH LONG TERM CARE THROUGH SEVERAL PROVIDERS. WE ARE AUTHORIZED BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD REPRESENTATIVES. PENSIONS, ? BUSINESS CONSuLTATION AND ADVISORY SERVICES~ INCLUDING: PAYROLL SERVICES, BUSINESS VALUATIONS, AND FINANCIAL STATEMENT PREPARATION. SEE OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.RTOL.NET/JDPER$1NGER Authorized Provider of. File Smart! - File ElectrOnically! Glenville 462-8217 I I I FEB. 20m ." ~ $5.00 F r/day 1. 1 L[ Charge Top 40 J FEB. 21sr )a~ m Bll I t'~ sr.oo Saturday Top 40 Variety J Charge .t L dHT=ff -Friday Nighls . Half-Price Ad~x;Iss/;ns, f:i~l~ snts.~ngthe Month of February, ~r~E~~.Y Lounge is now Enjoy your day or night out-on-the-town with your family and friends in our cheerful, scenic, and relaxing lounge! GLENVILLE'S NEWEST NIGHT SPOT * Drink Specials Nightly * Happy Hour: Mon.-FrL, 5- 7 p.m. (Drinks & Appetizers-I/2 Price) * Tues. -- Drinks 1/2 Price * Thurs. -- Ladies' Night I I t/z * FrL--- Open Mike Acoustic Night (Bring (huges ' D~s~ks, Price, Alr Nigkt) your I instrument andplay. Starts at 8p.m.) Introducing our new regular weekly 'Friday Dinner Special': Prime Rib, $15.95 Choice of Potatoes, Salad & Hot Rolls (Starting at 5 p.m.) REST. flR.q_ T Lounge The lounge is conveniently located in the room connecting to our restaurant beside Best Western on State Route 5 just east of Glenville. Phone: 462-0212. Locally owned and operated hy Treza & Dan_ Shock Restaurant Hours: 11 a.m. -9 p.m. Mon. -Sat.; Sun. 11 a.m. -6 p.m. STATr. CDu.wv. FIPSE Community Weekend Presentations FREE TRAINING to the Community e-Bay Community Microsoft Access Saturday February 21, 2004 Community E-bay Training Saturday February 28, 2004 Community Word Training Saturday March 06, 2004 / " .,~: _ "~ from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pro. . ~' . A .~" ~:.,~.'~lt Call 462-7361 ext 7557 for ~_./ -- ~::~_, ~, ~ .'r. "~',','~ more details ~IP..,,I~. +~ ",.~,,~llll"~--=-"s~l~t~ .+h~/ +~ ,,/% f ' "', x;" ~~~~ The Ed-net Lab ,s located ~ ~'Ik'~/~~~,~'~LL~ on the 3 Floor, Room //~~i~'/" ~_~"-'' -" 309A of the Administration ~e,~. x,,~-:- o x/- Building. x II Family Man Businessman Coach Sensei/ Teacher Endorsed by the Police Martial Arts Association Dear Citizens of Gilmer County, I need your help on May 1 lth to make the changes I have laid out in the past few weeks. I will continue to put forth my ideas and issues for change. Gilmer is changing, as are our neighboring counties. Together we can prepare for the future. I believe in being prepared for the worst, and hoping it never happens. My Police Martial Arts (P.O.L.D.O.) training teaches arrest and restraint procedures, as well as scenario training such as mock robberies (banks, stores, etc.). I'm interested in hearing your ideas and concerns, after all the Sheriff works for YOU! *Home phone: 462-4076, E-mail: mmetz@rtol.net It's time for a Change! Paid for by the candidate.