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i* ..... The 2009 City Of Glenville Participates In The WV Make It Shine Statewide Cleanup Volunteers across the state are ral-lections, picking up litter and remov- American Honda Motor Co., ARM lying to improve their local parks, ingscraptires, planting trees and flow- and HAMMER, Colgate-Palmolive public spaces, waterways, hiking ers, and conducting educational pro- Co., The Dow Chemical Co., GLAD trails, sidewalks and streets by par- grams and litter-free events. Trash Bags, Pepsi-Cola Co., The ticipating in the Department o(Envi- - The 2008 WV make It Shine State- Scotts Miracle-lJro Co., Solo Cup ronmental Protection's WV Make it wide Cleanup produced phenomenal Co., Troy-Bilt Lawn and Garden ShineStatewideCleanup, whichtakes results with over 300,000 pounds of Equipment, University of Phoenix, place April 1, through April 14. The litter and debris collected by more Waste Management Inc., Win. CityofGlenvillewillstarttheirclean than 3,000 volunteers. These hard Wrigley Jr. Co., and Educational Part- up on Saturday, April 4, at 8:00 a.m. working volunteers were also able to her, Rubber Manufacturers Associa- To volunteer, call 304-462-8040. clean over 125 miles of stream and tion. The City of Glenville's WV Make remove over 400 tires from WestThe WV make It Shine Program is It Shine activities are part of a larger Virginia's landscape, part ofGovernorManchin'sRehabili- national effort. Keep America ManyofAmerica'sleadingcompa- tation Environmental Action Plan ini- Beautiful's Great American cleanup,, nies are dedicatee to supporting and tiative under the West Virginia De- that is expected to involve close to sponsoring the efforts for the 2009 partment of Environmental Protec- three million people. Activities will WVMakeItShineStatewideCleanup/ tion. All of West Virginia's volun- include beautifying parks and recre- KeepAmericaBeautifulGreatAmeri-teer-driven cleanup programs fall ation areas, cleaning seashores and can cleanup. The 2009 Great Ameri- under REAP-The next Generation. waterways, handling recycling col- can Cleanup national sponsors are: Thursday, March 26, 2009 WITH THE WATER DOWN, CREWS CAN WORK ON THE DAM -- The Glenville Democrat Page 11 ilill iii!iii iiiiil]iiiiiiiiiii~ CREWS ARE SEEN WORKING ON BUILDING NEW DOCKS FOR THE DAM JOHN DEERE DAY- Max J. Lockard welcomes friends to the annual celebration known as John Deere Day, held this past Saturday, March 21, at Flatwoods Lawn and Garden. A free lunch by Bluegrass BBQ from Summersville provided hotdogs and pit-cooked barbeque. Live music was provided by "Variety Pack;" the group plays Friday nights at the 67 Truck Stop. (Staff photo by Jim Brandenburg) From the Front Porch by Lori Rosenburg (462-439~ ~ Student Driver in Control My son, Cary, is in Driver's Ed this ing the sunshine, he likes to sit in the semester. I have been letting him drive yard and watch cars go by. He always me everywhere we go. It is hard to let gets excited when he sees the mail , someone else take control.of.the wheel, carrier's truck coming, as well as but he has been doing a splendid job. Cary's school bus in the afternoon. .. Sunday, we went to Clarksburg to Jason called from Iraq; he was ex- do a little shopping; it was his first cited to tell me about his trip down time driving on the interstate. My south to Basra. He was able to get room, Jo Caillouet, was very excited several pictures of camels in the wild; to take her first ride with Cary behind something you just don't see in the the wheel. She complimented all of northern parts of Iraq. He explained his good driving skills, how they just run across the road. I My sister, Sherry, who lives in would rather battle the deer here in Florida, turned 40 on the 18th. I re- West Virginia than a herd of camels member when we were kids, I always any day., wished I was older than she was, Things havebeenpretty quiet here because she got to do all of the cool in Troy; but if you have any news, stuff first. However, now I am glad please feel free to call. Have a safe thatsheisolderthanIam;Idon'tenvy and wonderful week. Until then, I'll her for reaching that milestone first, be wavingatyou fromthe front porch. My dog, Knubbs, has been enjoy- ii3kkilil;!i!iii!:!:i~!i!i!if!~iiii!i ERVI(3NG ALL BRA S of Bicycles- Selling TREK " GARY FISHER" CANNONDALE 33 E. Main St., Buckhannon phmw: 304-472-5882 WWW, FA TTIRECYCLE. COM ..... "r "v - ':+iiiiiiiiiiii+ COU N IY .... ++++i+++ x,+'t:4t mmg+, April 2009 Throughout April: Historical and Haunted Tours of the Trans- Allegheny Lunatic Asylum. Call (304) 269-5070 for more informa- tion and to make your reservations. April 11: LC Blues presents "Nothing Fancy" at LCHS at 7 p.m. Call 884-7721 or 269-1030for ticket information. April 17-19: "School of Piece" - National Civil War Artillery Assoc. at Jackson's Mill. Call 269-5100 or visit www.jacksonsmill, wvu. edu. for more information. April 19: "Hillbilly Rendezvous" at Appalachian Glass. in Weston. from 1-6 p.m. For more information, call 269-5555 or 269-1030. April 22: Administrative Professionals Day Lunch Buffet at Jackson's Mill. 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Call 800-287-8206 or visit www.jacksonsmill, wvu. edu. for more information. April 24-26: Glass Fest at Appalachian Glass, in Weston. For more information, call 269-]0]0. April 25: Jackson's Mill Flea Market at Jackson's Mill airstrip, 8:30 a.m. 3 p.m. For more information, call 269-5100. For more information on these and other events, contact: The Lewis County Convention & Visitors Bureau * A Certified West Virginia CVB 499 US Hwy 33 East, Weston, WV 26452 304-269-7328 Fax 304-269-3271 wwwolewiscountycvb.com or www.stonewallcountry.com i: .:% ~k:y:;;:!:ii]ii:i ............................................ .......... % for both pediatrilcand adu!t patients, Dr. Edg i i Weston, WV 304-269-8128 A female kangaroo will not give birth to a joey (baby), if she has an older joey still in the pouch. joey leaves the pouch (usually within 8 months), the kangaroo will give birth within a day. Once the older