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March 5, 1976

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The Glnville Democrat/Pathfinder March 4. 1976 areer Center students celebrate Vocational Education Week : The Calhoun-(.;,mer tareer Con- is celebrating Vocational Education 5 through 15 - by having sophomores from Calhoun and Gilmer County High Schools visit the Each county will divide its class into groups of about 30 students and visit the Career Center for part of the day on March h and lOth. During the visit, the students will be broken into smaller be shown areas where they interest. "Many of the students the County High Schools have not an the Center" according to Earl Gainer, Director, "and we feel they van only realize the opportunities evallabte by actually seeing what they lw be learning.' Also whdc ttle students are at the Center they will he able to register for classes which will begin next fall. The local high schools will handle registration of all first year students while the Career Center staff will register all returning students. Most of the Center's programs are two year programs, so there will be only a limited number of openings in some areas, school officials stressed. One half of the day in all two year programs will be reserved for second year students which will limit the number of spaces available for beginning students. "While high school students will have first opportunity to be placed in any openings, it is important we have their registration forms as soon as possible," according to Mr. Qainer. "This will allow us to put adults into any areas which we have openings remaining. "The current enrollment at the Center is 315 Braxton of the Buffalo Bills and State Department of Education present. At this time the tentative schedule calls for each student now enrolled at the Center to bring a friend to spend a day with him in the lab-work situation, In this way. the "buddy" will be able to see what happens in the day to day activities of the school. All of these activities are designed to make the students of Calhoun and Gilmer counties aware of the opportunities afforded them by Vocational Education at the Calhoun- Gilmer Career Center. CONINGS NEWS By The News Bird Mrs. Pearl Sanders fell at her home and, suffered a broken pelvis bone. She is a patient in the South Division Hospital, Clarksburg. Sunday afternoon with her father, Mr. Guy Bennett and sisters. Virgie and Lnna. Guests at the A:tor Burton home over the weekend were Miss l,inda Cox. Mrs. Gertrude Smith. Mrs. Gary Burton and Mr. and Mrs. O.V. Townsend. Miss Mittie Adams, formerly of this community, has entered the Sun Dale Nursing Home at Morgantown. She is an Aunt of Mrs. Bertha Byrd and Mary Burton. Her address is Miss Mittie Adams. Sun Dale Nursing Home, 449 Van Voris. Morgantown, W. Va, 26505. Mrs. Patty Crouch was shopping in Weston, Thursday. Mrs. Ada Radcliff talked by phone to her sister-in-law, Mrs, Mary Emmerson in Hewannee, Illinois. last week. Mary is recovering from a stroke and is able to work part time. She is a sister to Harold, Russell and Stacy Radcliff. Sunday callers at the Delbert Cole home were Mr. and Mrs. Paul baker and daughter of Auburn, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Cole and gr'.. " .... *er of Disney World parade The state of West Virginia will b,' hnnored the week of March 7 - March 13, as a festive part of "America on Parade." the Bicentennial observance presented by Walt Disney Productions at Walt Disney World in Florida and in California's Disneyland. Each state and the District of Columbia will be honored according to the order of their admission to the Union. West Virginia's flag will be flown in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World all that week. Special announcement will be made relating to the state's history and contributions. Dignitaries from the state may be honored at the Magic Kingdom during the period. "America on Parade" will be presented daily at Walt Disney World |raHstein joins I Lung Asso/afll Morton E. Braunstein. Philadelphia. Penns, the staff of the West Association as Director Development. It will be bility to develop and statewide program of the This will include working of West Virginia's fifty-fivei facilitate comprehensive health care. Mr. Braunstein ha completed his MPH at Pittsburgh Graduate SchOa Health with a major in Hen l Administration and Pla: addition he has five years in the program field asociations. Remember that the deadline f and Disneyland until September. 1976, and advertising in the t/21 with nearly 75 of these being adult Mr. and Mrs, Rymer Matthew and Camden, Mr, and Mrs. Larry ) ..... mtl as a colorful review of U.S. history on Democrat/PatMinder is M.e/o, enrollees. Kellie of West Milford were weekend Steven of GlenviUe and Paul Cole. 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