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8 The Gleavtlle Democrat/Pathfinder March 11, 1976 Local bicentennial group meets An organizational meeting was held Sunday in City Hall by 14 members of the Gilmer County Bicentennial Committee. Mrs. Bessie Bell Scott was elected general chairperson. Bayard Youn 8. President of the Gilmer Co. Historical Society, de- scribed the application which must be filed with the W. Va. American Revolution Bicentennial Commission by March 15. This includes three areas in which each committee must plan to complete at least one project. These areas are Heritage '76: Looking to the past in order to preserve it for future generations; Festival USA: A celebra- tion of the Bicentennial; and Horizons V6: Improving the quality of life in the community. For Heritage '76, the committee decided to promote e collection of the names of 76 persons, ltvin 8 or dead, who have contributed to the development and growth of Gflmer County. Everyone is invited to submit the name, or names, of a person(s} that he, or she, wishes to sponsor with details of the contribution and with a donation of $5 for each name. The donation is requested to help pay for having the collected names and data published in booklet form, with a copy going to each donor. If funds become available later and sufficient interest is shown, several members expressed interest in publishing an up to date history of Gilmer County. For Festival USA, since Iuly 4, 1976, falls on Sunday, a county-wide picnic is being planned at Cedar Creek State Park on that day. This will be an old fashioned picnic basket lunch affair with everyone in the county invited to come and take part. The feature of the program will be a recreation of the signing of the Declaration of Independence with local people in Colonial dress doing the acting. Other entertainment will be added as plans progress. The Folk Festival will also have a Bicentennial theme. For the Horizons '76 phase, several potential projects were discussed. Most favored were the beautification of the Gilmer Medical Center grounds with the installation of Speed Q. Gibson Zenith Washers Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING f:t FURNITURE 15 Powell St, Glenville ' Phone 462-7355 WE SERVICE ONLY WHAT WE SELL a fountain, if funds can be obtained, and the landscaping of the point where the Cedar Creek Road leaves Routes 33-119 to go to the park. Dr. Wilburn reported that the college has a bronze plaque that he plans to have installed in the triangle between State Route 5 and US Routes 33-119 at Northview. He also believes that he has finally located the old bell that once hung in the present clock tower of the college. If he can obtain it, it will be mounted in a suitable location. The members also dicussed the desirability of obtaining and moving the old Little Kanawha Valley Bank building to a location where it could be used as a county museum, and. if possible, add a one-room school building and log cabin to the site: Those attending the meeting were Mary R. Davidson, County Clerk; Mayor Delbert Davidson of Glenville; Mayor Carl Carr of Sand Fork; Myra L. Mick, Secy. of the Historical Society; Haze] F. Gerwig, Historical Society treas.; Rotary Club Pres. Delmer K. Somerville; Lions Club Pres. Don Phillips; Woman's Club Pres. Bertha Olsen; GSC Pres. D. Banks Wilburn; Folk Festival Pres. Fern Rollyson; Farm Bureau Pres. Loren McCartney; Trinity Church Pastor Rev. D. Edward Bayer; Mrs. Scott and Young. Other county residents are asked to bring their ideas to the committee and offer their help on the committees that will be formed to carry out the projects. THE IDEAL GIFT-- A subscription to the Homeroom NqRpaper -- The Glenville Demoet and lm GlmwiUe Pmiffindw. 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