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Page 2B -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathf'mder --- Thursday, Mar. 25, 2004 ( ___ _ . I . _ ._l I KIMBERLY AND WADE MACE Minigh-Mace Wedding Mrs. Kathy Minigh and Mr. Robert Inc. and is the store manager for Glen- Minigh along with Mr. and Mrs. James ville Foodland. Mace would like to annouce the union Wade graduated from Calhoun of their two children, Kimberly Dawn County High School in 1996 and at- Minigh and James Wade Mace. tended West Virginia University- The two were joined in matrimony Parkersburg from 1996 thru 1998. He on March 19, 2004 in Pigeon Forge, is currently employed by Carl E. TN. Smith, Inc, a pipeline company based Kimberly graduated from Gilmerin Sandyville, WV. County High School in 1998 and at- A reception dinner will be held at 5 tended Glenville State College where p.m. on Sat., April 3, at the Gilmer she graduated in 2001 with degrees in County Senior Center. All family and Management and General Business. friends are welcome. She is employed by Facemire Foods, The couple resides in Glenville. We're here now to make your school, church or family reunion both joyful and comfortable ! Newly opened, 60 rooms, interior corridors, elevator access,/'/me cen er, conference room, and modern in-room conveniences rand amenities. Serving all your wedding psrUe family ga erings, class reun/ons, graduations and soelM l rltng needs. Group Discounts Available. Loeal~.d three mlll~ east of Ck.nvllle en ~ 5 or 10 mil~ west of Bm'mndUe pint off 1-79 For details, call 304-462-5511 M/sty Smyth, General Msm er I 0 JoAh Woodyar d 462-7093 Cedarville Happenings We need to remember Phyllis Marks Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kendig and in our prayers as she is to have eye family visited Delphia Phares Satur- surgery Monday. Hope all goes well. day and Dane also stopped by with I took advantage of the beautiful several recyclables for the 4-H club day Saturday and hung out lots of which weappreciated, also everyone things to dry on the clothes line ( a who helps us with our recycling. perfect wash day.) Helpful Cooking hints: Our sympathy goes out to the When rolling, cookie dough, Fitzwater Family on the loss of their sprinkle board with powdered sugar loved oneTulley, instead of flour. Too much flour Walker Smith went to Ohio and had makes the dough heavy. When freez- surgery last week; he is home and ingCookieswithfrosting, placethem doing fine. in freezer unwrapped for about two The 4-H club really appreciated all hours, then wrap without worrying thosewhotookpizzaandcookiedoughabout them sticking together. orders. s Mills Tail Twister:7 Pam Loudin, Club Reporter 4--Hers Hear About Hunting Safety On March 24,we had two officers bers that attendeddance weekend gave to come to our club to give a talk on a report on their weekend. gun and hunter safety. They passed Our club voted to do the Conversa- out gun locks to all of us. We learned tion dinner at the Rec. Center on May a lot and would like to thank Officer 21, for all the county's sixth graders. Denzil HessandOfficerLarryGerwig. We also voted to have our club to They kept us very interested, paint one cabin at the Rec. Center, After they were done, President tryingtogetreadyforcamp.Wehope Cc, dy Grogg called the meeting to by our doing this, that the other clubs order. We had 17 members present, in the county will paint a cabin, too. TodayBrittanyBlakeandCodyGrogg Keith Cole distributed our 4-H read devotions. Everyone that had record guide books. attended our skating party in Febru- Then our meeting was adjourned. ary gave a report on it. The ones that We had delicious snacks after the attended the lambdockings demo also meeting. gave a report on that. The club mem- Reporter, Pare Loudin Gilmer awarded federal funds Gilmer County has been chosen to receive $3,481.00 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county. The selection was made by a Na- tional Board that is chaired by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and consists of rep- resentatives from the Salvation Army; American Red Cross; United Jewish Communities; Catholic Charities, USA; National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A.; and, United Way of America. The Local Board was charged to distribute funds additional funds available under the phase of the program. Under the terms of the grant from teh National Board, local agencies chosen to receive funds must 1) be private voluntary non-profits or units of government, 2) have an accounting system, 3) practice nondiscrimination, 4) have demonstrated the capability to deliver emergency food and/or shel- ter programs, and 5) if they are a private voluntary organization, they must have a voluntary board. Quali- fying agencies are urged to apply. Gilmer County has distributed appropriated by Congress to help ex- Emergency Food and Shelter funds pand the capacity of food and shelter programs in high-need areas around the country. A Local Board made up of the mayor, County Commission, Red Cross, Community Resources, Inc., churches and other local representa- tives will determine how the funds are to be distributed. The Local Board is responsible for recommending agen- previously with Community Re- sources participating. This agency was responsible for providing 728 meals and paid 25 utility bills. Public or private voluntary agen- cies interested in applying for Emer- gency Food and Shelter Programs must contact Cummunity Resources, Inc. at 462-8698 to apply. Deadline to aoolv is March 31, 2004. f-i Rick "K and the Al_ l-Nigh.ters . I April 17, 2004 l ] "9:00 p.m. till 12:00 midnight ] | Packages start at $129.00 plus tax and includes _ l I Entertainment, lodging for 2 adults,and ~ I Sunday morning hot breakfast ~ ~ I ('~N ~:~ Sutton/Flatwoods Days Inn I@~]~ l \~,.~" \ '1-79, Exit 67 ~ =- I ~'~%\ (304) 765-5055 I ~'~~-----~" I \;,.)3)~ "Where West Virginia Meets" ~lll:.~mF I ", Wireless Internet Available I would like to thank Karen Linger and all the members of the Rosedale Community Neighborhood Watch program for inviting me to speak at their "Meet The Candidate" night. You, the citizens of Rosedale, should be commended for your hard work, dedication and determination to make Rosedale a safer community. You must keep moving towards the future, you are on the fight track. Thank you, Mickey E. Metz Democratic candidate forsheriff of Gilmer County. By Governor Bob Wise For the past two years, I have fought to make all-terrain ve- hicle use safer in West Virginia. Finally, that hard work has pro- duced meaning- ful reforms. The legislation I recently signed will require that young riders wear helmets whenever they operate or ride on an ATV. Tragically, dozens of children have died or been gravel)~ Green thumbs will be plentiful on Saturday, April 3, when the West Virginia Division of Culture and His- tory presents the Vandalia Heritage Series: Garden Festival from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Cultural Center, State Capitol Complex in Charleston. This year marks the Division's eighth day-long celebration of the growing season with workshops, exhibitors and demonstrations. All activities, located on the plaza deck and in the Great Hall of the Cultural Center, are free and open to the public. Gardeners, agricultural experts, herbalists, organic gardeners, land- scape designers, lawn and garden sup- pliers and others will be on hand to Evelyn Car son 462-8828 Columnist Recuperating at Home Visiting Mary Jo Ours March 19- surviving.Mydaughterisstayingwith 22 was her son, Samuel W. Ours Jr. of me during my recuperation. Minneapolis MN, David Millard of Many thanks to all that came to see Minneapolis, MN. daughter and son- me in the hospital and thanks for all in-law, Linda and Bill Reth of the phone calls, well wishes and the Millersville MD., Ana Asako Rose visits at home. Reth of Baltimore, Md. they all enjoy While in the hospital, I was visited reading The Glenville Dem~ra~. by Richard Van Horn, who was once Thank you, Mary Jo, for passing this the Pastor at the Church of Christ in information on to all our readers. Glenville. He now lives in Waldorf, I am sorry I have been behind on MD. His mother is a patient at SJMH. my Stewarts Creek news. Have been Had not seen him in a long time and under the weather lately. My daugh- was really good to see and visit with ter, Bernadineandherhusband, Ralph him. took me to Morgantown on Tuesday, Thoughts and prayers go out to all March 16foracheck-up. OnWednes- thosethatareshut-inanddeepestsym- day I was transported to SJMH in pathy to all who have lost loved ones. Weston by the Gilmer Co. EMS, Keep me in your thoughts and where I was admitted and diagnosed prayers so I can continue to bring you with Esoplagites (Acute acid reflux.) the Stewarts Creek News. I was released on Friday evening, March 19. Not doing too well, but The NOW~ ~n F~oo~r'~ RE-R OO FING SALE[ FasU easy installation Goes directly over old roof Won't rust or corrode Reduces noise Provides added insulation Lifetime Limited VcarranD Visi! us at Wlhite* llvmwn~ Rod am Blacko Green~ Grayt Tan Blue " IN sTOCK (~ORS APPCON LUMBER Highway 5 Sale Glenville,WV 26351 $11.50 304-462-5751 pe~ 48"'x 79- sheet Lifelong resident of Gilmer County State certified as a police officer by graduating from the 54th Basic Class at the W. Va. State Police Academy in Institute, W. Va. Vietnam Veteran 18 years of law enforcement experience Proven record of honest, dependable service as Sheriff-Treasurer of Gilmer County 1993-2000. Able and willing to continue working hard for the people of Gilmer County Polltlcld ad paid for by the candldate. injured in accidents where a helmet could have saved them. Our mes- sage to parents is now clear: If your son or daughter is on an ATV, he or she must wear a proper helmet. All-terrain vehicles are useful tools for farmers and foresters, and they can provide a wonderful way to enjoy the natural beauty of our forests. However, they are power- ful machines, and can be deadly if not operated properly. Just as we require young drivers to demonstrate their competency before they are granted a drivers license, children who wish to operate ATVs will be required to pass a training course. Every community must be er powered to regulate ATV use best protect the interests of its citi- zens. Under the provisions of this legislation, counties and municipali- ties are afforded the opportunity to pass stricter rules regarding ATV use on their i'oads. I encourage citi- zens to contact local leaders and express their thoughts on this im- portant subject. This legislation is a landmark for safety, but it must not be the final time the Legislature addresses the issue. I fully expect the momentum and consensus built this year will continue. We have taken an important step in the most vital area of gover- nance-protecting our youth. al returns to answer questions and sell their wares, including plants native to West Vir- ginia. In addition, lunches provided by K-Mac Mills of Mt. Nebo will be available for purchase from 11 a.m. to 2p.m. Concurrent workshops topics inlcude "Native Orchids: West Virginia's Botanical Gems," "DeBugging the Garden," "Proper Techniques and Timing for Pruning Ornamental Trees and Shrubs," "De- sign Inspiration," "Lavendar: Seven Sensations for You," "Bold Strokes," "Container Gardening Basics," and "The Many Uses of Garlic - Beyond Cuisine." % -'-"T'--, Serving Gilmer & Surrot g Counties since 1953 For your home, autO, life, health and long-term care motorcycle, flood, business insurance, & bonds. Jim Collins, Agent Travis Woodford, Agent 216 E. Main St. Glenville, WV Phone 462-7951 Fax 462-4600 ptf011020rnail CLOSED SAT[/RDAYS Almonds are a member of the peach family. !