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Thursday, March 26, 2009 -- The Glenville Democrat J Gilmer Residents Student Page 13 GILMER COUNTY RECREATION CENTER RECEIVES CHECK: $1,000.00 from the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Normantown. "It can be used for anything we need it for.The Gilmer County Parks and Recreation Board and Director would like to thank this Church for their wonderful donation. We have decided to use the money to further the Kanawha pavillion.lt's people like these who make the world a better place to live. God bless the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church and its members," said Ramsey. Front row left to right Don Bailey Board Member; Darrel Ramsey; Director, Bob Archer; Board Member, Larry Sponaugle Board Member,back row left to right Jane Collins; Board Member, Buck Stephens; Board Member, Dave Hess; Board Member, and Board Member Johnnie Isenhart. ank on S9 ur Future In celebration of teachers, and the and CEO of Christopher & Banks topherandbanks or either of our on- importance of education throughout Corporation. "Christopher &Banks line shopping websites our communities, Christopher & Corporation recognizes that good www.ChristopherandBanks.comand Banks is proud to announce the launch teachers make all the difference for www.CJBanks.com. of the Christopher & Banks Teacher students, our communities and ulti- About Christopher & Banks Cor- Scholarship Program. 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TheCom- who demonstrate a commitment to theexclusiveteachermerchandisewill pany also operates the education, be dedicated to the new scholarship www.ChristopherandBanks.comand "'At Christopher & Banks. we be- program, www. CJBanks.com e-commerce lieve that by investing in our teachers. For further information and schol- websites. we invest m our community as a arship application please visit whole?' says Lorna Nagler, president www.scholarshipamerica.org/chris- 04-472-9220 FREE WASHER AND DRYER WITH PURCHASE OF A NEW HOME! ASK ABOUT $8,000.00 GOVERNMENT REBATE FOR THE PURCHASE OF A NEW HOME. Ask Lose about special pricing on remaining lot models. your job in the first 24 months and we will make 3 months payments (restrictions apply) Teaching for GSC Three Gilmer County residents are completing their student teaching in= ternships for Glenville State College. Natalie Jane White is student teach- ing in Mathematics at Calhoun Middle/High School, with cooperat- ing teachers Linda Shock and Amy Fitzwater. Dr. John Curran and Don Sheets are White's GSC supervisors. She is the daughter of David and Sheri White, of Nobe, and Bill and Tammy Foster, of Glenville. Eric Michael Miller is completing his student teaching internship for Glenville State College in Physical Education at Normantown Elemen- tary School and Troy Elementary School, with teacher Diane Sharps,. and at Gilmer County High School, under cooperating teachers Bucky Stewart and Joe Brannon. Dr. John Taylor and Janet Bailey are Miller's GSC supervisors. He is the son of Michael and Beth Miller, of Buckhannon. Philip Edward Wyant is complet- ing his student teaching in Physical Education at Gilmer County High School, with cooperating teachers Bucky Stewart and Joe Brannon, and at Glenville Elementary School and Sand Fork Elementary School with teacher Bill Turner. Janet Bailey and Don Sheets are Wyant's GSC Super- visors. He is the son of Danny and Angie Wyant, of Valley Bend. White, Miller, and Wyant are scheduled to receive their degrees during the 135th Glenville State Col- lege Commencement Ceremony scheduled for May 9, 2009. Visiting an optometrist for a comprehensive eye exam each year is essential for monitoring the health of your eyes, as well as your overall health. To find an eye doctor nearby or information on the importance of eye health, visit vsp.com/ada. THE DESK DONATED BY CIRCUIT CLERKS OFFICE Historical Society Receives Donated Desk Upon the retirement of former Cir- Kidd had given the desk to Lane cuit Clerk, Lane Smith, and upon the Smith in the mid-70's and Smith left it subsequent reorganization of the of- with karen upon his retirement. rice, Karen Elkin discovered she no Troy Cottrell suggested the His- longer had the space or the need for an torical Society might like to have the old desk. desk, and the process began of getting The desk was originally used by the it downtown. County Commissioner, late Honorable William M. Kidd of Larry Chapman offered to arrange for Sutton. Judge Kidd had used the desk the dismantlement and transportation in his law office before becoming of the desk. Judge of the 14th Judicial Circuit (con- Get picture and further comment sisting of Braxton, Clay, Gilmer and about the desk at the Historical Soci- Webster Counties) and later Federal ety. Judge at Clarksburg. IS serve: ... 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