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===,,==~,qll p===,~ Page 2--- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder w Thursday, Mar.18, 2004 A PATRIOTIC IMPROVEMENT -- Mr. Charlie Woodford, commander of Glenville's Veterans of Foreign Wars Post, No. 5469, has recently announced that the Veterans War Memorial site at the Gilmer County Courthouse has been greatly improved. "Bushes had grown over the lower part of the memorial and it couldn't be read," he recalls. He credits a Folk Festival kettlecom vendor, Tony Clossen, of Anmoore, for helping to raise the money to refurbish the monument and its site. Also, Alcon manufacturing of Buckhannon supplied the stone foundation materials, while Kenny Greenlief, of Flying "W" Plastics, provided the forklift to move the new stones up to the site in front of the Courthouse. Dave Hess was the volunteer stone mason, Mr. Woodford adds. The local VFW is proud to take care of this monument and its flags, he further states, adding that Glenville contractor, Jack Moore, donated a new set of flags. Now that the weather is getting warmer and the ground, firmer, the general public is invited to visit the newly revitalized Veterans War Memorial Monument site. It is a stately place which adds much beauty and peace to Gilmer County's environment, he says in conclusion. (Staff photo by Dave Corcoran, Sr.) dhoun-Gilmer Career Center announces its Dr. Robert Rentschler, Director/ Principal of the Calhoun-Gilmer Ca- reer Center, and the Center's faculty and staff have identified several stu- dents for special recognitions for Feb- ruary. The stu~d.ents are as follows: Brandon'Sprouse is Student of the Month in Metal Technology. Bran- don is a junior at Gilmer County High School. He is the son of Steve and Marlece Sprouse of Normantown. Brandon is very interested in the projects we do, and tries to do a good job on every project. He follows in- structions and is always on task. He is a good student to have in class. Greg Frederick is Student of the Month in Alternative Learning. Greg is a junior from Calhoun High School. He is the son of Greg and Angle Frederick of Big Springs. Greg is a well mannered, self-motivated young man that is always willing to help his fellow student. Ashley Knight is Student of the Month in Health Occupations. Ashley is a junior at Calhoun Co. Hish School. She is the daughter of Ola and Danny Mowery of Creston. Ashley is cur- rently enrolled in the nursing assis- tant program. She is completing her clinical rotation at MHHCC. Ashley .plans to become an RN and specialize In pediatrics. Donnie Nicholson is Student of the Month in Environmental Technology. outstanding students Donnie is a junior at Gilmer Co. High School. He is the son of Sherry Carr of Glenville. Donnie helped to organize the Environmental Tech testing files and serves as the official guide for visitors coming to the lab. He keeps an excellent environmental notebook and is always well informed on cur- rent environmental issues. Tonya Fought is Student of the Month in Business Technology. Tonya is a senior at Calhoun High School• She is the daughter of Teresia and Ronald Fought. Tonya is a sec- ond year business student and has perfect attendance since the ninth grade. She has a 4.0 average and is a very hard worker• She is an asset to any classroom. Candle Tort is Student of the Month in Criminal Justice. Candle is a junior at Gilmer County High School. She is the daughter of Paul and Genia Tort of Glenville. The quality of Candle's work is what makes her the best can- didate for student of the month. Candle has a postive attitude and a strong work ethic. Josh Allen is Student of the Month in Building Technology. Josh is a junior at Gilmer Co. High School. He is the son of Randy and Debbie Allen of Perkins. Josh shows interest in the building profession. He is eager to learn and participate. He performs well on tests and in required labs. Brandi Burrows is Student of the Month in Hospitality Management• Brandi is a junior from Calhoun County High School and is the daugh- ter of Sandy and Ed Burrows of Mt. Zion. Brandy has the highest grade point average in the Foodservice Lab for the fourth term. She demonstrates a good work ethic in her lab work and brightens the Center Cafe with her beautiful smile. Matt Harris is the Student of the Month in Automotive Technology• Matt is a junior at Gilmer County High School. He is the son of Otis Harris of Normantown. Matt is al- ways ready to go to work in the lab. He always has good questions and when he has completed his assign- ment, he will observe or help the second year students. " Ed Marks is Student of the Month in Cisco/Aries+ Technology. Ed is a senior at Gilmer Co. High School and the son of Edward Marks of Glen- ville. He has shown a desire to work. He has improved as a student and leader this year. He has also taken the initiative to volunteer for assignments. Arletta Davis is Student of the Month in Adult Basic Education. Arletta is an adult student from Calhoun Co. She is a dedicated stu- dent who works tirelessly on any as- signment she is given. She is always pleasant, helpful, and willing to learn. Her great attitude is an inspirati~[, to her fellow students and her instrt¢ Multiple sclerosis (MS) usually strikes adults in the prime of life -- between the ages of 20 and 50. It is a chronic disease of the central nervous system affecting the brain and spinal cord. One new case of MS is diag- nosed every hour. It comes and goes unpredictably, leaving people to wonder,"Will I become paralyzed, blind or have trouble walking? Will I be able to raise my family and con- tinue my career?" Thanks to significant advances in research, the FDA has approved sev- eral treatments that may alter the un- derlying disease course of multiple sclerosis, and early treatment is criti- cally important. People with MS should consult their doctors about using one of these FDA-approved medications and other effective treat- ments for the symptoms of MS. If you or someone you know has MS, con- tact the National Multiple Sclerosis Society at 1-800-FIGHT MS or nationalmssocieO'.org/wvt. Meetings will be held on April 3, in Parkersburg/Marietta, OH; April 17 in Charleston and Bluefield,; April 18 in Lewisburg and Clarksburg; 24, in Morgantown, Wheeling;~ : Beckley, Huntington, and Martinsburg. Meet our new body shop manager. She is a native of Lost Creek and comes to us from Chenoweth Ford Body Shop in Clarksburg. Stop in and say HELLO to her! HITT'S GARAGE & BODY SHOP Rt 19 North Weston, WV Using PPG products from Garage 269-2123 Body Shop 269-5823 Automotive Color Technology J 2004 WORLD DAY OF PRAYER -- Meeting on Fri. evening, Mar. 5 at the Glenville Christian Chapel on College Street, the area's Church Women United sponsored the annual World Day of Prayer. This colorful ceremony unites Gilmer County women and their friends with women throughout the world in order to advance theirjoumey toward faith, hope and love. During the service, many people from the audience had segments to read, being led by Lois Stewart (not pictured), of Glenville, and several other local ladies. Rev. Teresa Wayman, of Glenville, was the main speaker and "Panama's women," her major topic. Approximately 32 area citizens attended the worship service at Pastor Jim Huff's church. (Staff photo byDave Corcoran, Sr.) m FEBRUARY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH AT TROY ELEMENTARY- Smiling for the camera are: Bridget Williams, Megan Yoak, Cheyenne Butcher, Melody Lowther, Tabatha Curry, and Amber Richards. I I I II EdVenture Group to offer free computer training If you're looking for computer train- ing, the NEW Gilmer County Tech- nology Opportunity Centers (TOC) is your answer. Enroll by phone now for FREE • computer training in the TOC at I Gilmer County High School, regis- i ~ :i i tering for March class now. Learn Microsoft Office Word, Ex- i: ::::il i .::~:i: P~(~iOs! Nil cel,ForPOWermorePOintinformationand Internet.and to regis- I i ,,__.0, I ter. contact Gloria at 888-862-0505. i::i::i:i : ::i :: Sell that I unwanted !tem TRADITION ¢ INNOVATION $ I.EAI)ERSHIP $ COMML.~ITY = The Board of Governors, Faculty, Staff, Studbnts andAlumni of Glenville State College request the honor of yourpresence at the Inauguration of as the Twenty-Second Presidbnt of the College Friday afternoon, March 19, 2004 at tw0o'clock' • The Fine Arts Auditorium Glenville, ,West Virginia Please join us immediately following the ceremony for a GSC Celebration in the Heft n Studbnt Union Ballroom ( I I ( ( iJ [ t] SI O ir al ¢, JI P !1 ( (