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Thursday, April 3, 2003 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Page 11 Activities r Bob Wise to Deliver Address at Glenville e 129th Commencement President pleased to an- inia Governor an invitation speaker for 129th com- This year's making a differ- :luca- he instituted the program 4,000 stu- mia to corn- and the ram have to edu- West Virginia. GOVERNOR BOB WISE Governor Wise's presence at the ',students in central 129th commencement exhibits his a quality, afford- endless commitment to education in the state of West Virginia. dent Glenville State College Annual Spring Choir Concert Set forApr. 15 for On Tuesday, April 15, the Glen- ville State College Concert Choir will present its Annual Spring Concert at Ira t i n 8:oo p.m. in the Fine Arts Audito- rium. The first half of the concert will Student Researchinclude musical selections oftRogers abstract accepted and Hammerstein as wellas doo-wop at the International music of the '50s.The music will be ty for performed by the 48 members of the full choir as well as the Men's and and oldest Women's Choir. The Chamber Sing- in the world anders will also perform an Italian Mad- ten and rigal and Over the Rainbow. :ientists. The stu- Thesecondhalfoftheprogram will uiredantibi- be the premier performance of Missa Little Kanawha Gloria (Glory Mass) written espe- cially for the GSC Choir by the direc- part of a project tor, Charles Miller. "I would like to )thelocalcom- acknowledge all of my music teach- group with some ers, colleagues, andstudentswhocon- that they are intributed in some way, large or small, ~Jq~ite grants for the to the writing of Missa Gloria," said Miller. The performance will consist first stage of of piano, organ, and timpani acem- has been shared paniment, the full choir, four soloists a High Tech- and a solo octet. goal is to The concert is free to the public. study with our For more information on the event, WVHTC. please call 304-462-4130. i;ii: PAPER - Dr. Chris Orr, Professor of Literature at during the recent West Virginia Association of held on the GSC campus. Orr's nine ;nted during the conference, was titled for the Very First Time: Griffith's Broken Streets."A paper presented by Dr. followed Orr's presentation, and preceded a Don't Tell Them Any Better, a play for voices directed by Dennis Wemm, GSC Professor of o= ,,dee . ee de *e deeo,, power words have over man. ---Napoleon Bonaparte Debra D. Kohler, MBA Agenl/Registered Representative Debra D. Kohler Insurance Agency Nationwide Insurance and Financial kohlerdl~nwagenLcom 634 Elk Street. Gasr, away. WV 26624 ' ~ Columb~, OH 4,12111-1492 1100-1148-411)2tl - You Want It- When You Want It" Concrete Blocks Re Barr Concrete Wire Mortar & Cement & Gravel & Residential and & Limestone WV State Certified 462-8747 Glenville :Noon lk/C WS GSC Nursing Students First in State to Integrate PDAs into the Classroom In an effort to continue to integrate technology into the classroom, Glen- ville State College/West Virginia University joint nursing students have begun to utilize Personal Digital As- sistants (PDAs). The students were required to have the PDAs for the first time this year. The students download free software off of the internet as an enhancement to their other course materials. The nursing care plan has been a com- puter-generated document for the last four years. With the PDAs, the stu- dents can now complete assignments while in the clinical settings. The PDAs can be tailored to the individual needs and functions of each student. "Drug and medical references can be downloaded onto the PDA. Students no longer have to carry books to the clinical sites," stated Professor Theresa Cowan. The students can also use the PDAs for schedule management and other tasks outside the classroom. Cowan added, "We have also used the PDAs to set up call lists so stu- dents can contact each other or the professors if they have questions." The GSC./WVU Joint nursing stu- dents are the first undergraduate stu- dents in the West Virginia nursing consortia to utilize the PDAs. The use of this new technology will prepare them for the high tech responsibilities they will encounter after graduation. A G Awards Program Looking for a Few Good Farmers On Wed., April 9, Campus Health Sponsors of the eighth annual West Candidates may also qualify for their Services will be conducting a free Virginia Agriculture Achievement product marketing techniques or work site health screening for GSC Awards, the West Virginia Farm Bu- throughtheirusageofinventive mcth- employees.From7:30a, m. until 9:30 reau and the State Fair of West Vir- od's that are environmentally benfl- a.|., Melissa Hinterr, Director of gin|a, are looking for a few good cial. Campus Health Services, will screen farmers for this year's program. Recipients will be henred on employees for cholesterol, triglycer- The awards program features three Governor's Day during the 2003 State ides and blood glucose levels, while categories: "The Heritage Award," Fair of West Virginia. Winners will blood pressure, height, weight and "TheYoungFarmerAward"and"The be given overnig, ht lodging, tickets to BMI will be measured as well. Op- Innovation in Agriculture Award." grandstand entertainment, aonc-year tional blood tests will be offered fora The"Heritage Award" will recognize complimentary Farm Bureau mcm- minimal fee. Call Campus Health ser- afarmfamilythathasstrivedtomain- bership, ametalfannsignandacom- vices for more details and to make an tain its rural lifestyle over the years by me|rat|v award made from West appointment for your free screening, contributing to their community, act- Virginia Blenko glass -- a prize pack- ing as role models, and dedicating age valued at more than $300. GSCWeekgetskickedoffonMon., time to efficient agricultural produc- To obtain an application, contact April 7, with a dance in the Heflin tion and upkeep of its farm. The PamEdwardsattheStateFairofWest Student Union Baliroom. The dance "Young Farmer Award" will honora Virginia, (304) 645-1090, or Shelly begins at 8:00 p.m., and all students areinvitedto"heatupthedancefloor" farmer, age 18-35, who is actively Courtney at the West Virginia Farm and put their dancing skills to the test involved in the development of agri- Bureau, (800) 398-4630 ext. 16. Ap~ culture for West Virginia's future, plications can also be downloaded while "moving to the groove." Community involvement and from the State Fair of West Virginia On Tues., April 8, the lifestyles are also important qualities website, www.wvstatefair.com,orthe for this award. The "Innovation in West Virginia Farm Bureau webs|t, Amphitheatre will be the stage for Agriculture Award" will recognize a www.wvfarm.org. "Sandy Sowell's Game Show Ma- farmer whose way of thinking and Applications may be completed by nia." Between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 working is anything but "horse and the applicant or by someone no||nat- p.m., students can compete against buggy" -- a farmer who is using a ing a deserving individual. Entries one another in this "TV-style game unique farming technique or success- must be submitted by June 3, 2003. show" for cash prizes and trophies, fully producing an unusual product. Wed., April 9, will see the "cure for Spring fever" with laughs pro- vided by the Comedy Caravan. Co- medians Spike Davis and Mark Matusof will perform in the HSU Ballroom at 8:00 p.m., and admis- sion is free. major grants, The line that is straightest offers most resistance. 'R "verb, t The West Virginia Hu|nanitiex (~ouncil recenlly aunouced the award of 1(1 new mai-r grants totaling S94.25g. (;r;mtx were awarded lot the tel- lowing projects: WV[! Research Corl~)ration on behalf el WVIJ. "Kanawha Valley ('heroical Heritage Symposium," S1(I, 163 (Morgantown. Mol~mg:dia ('ounly) Lost River Educ;Itioll;tl Foulld;,l- lion. "The Texture el' Lili:." $4.615 (Lost (;ily. Hardy Counlyt Wheeling (?||vent|o|| and Visi- t~ws B ureau, "WV B |centennial Com- "|ne|norati(m - l~wis and Chtrk 1803- 2(~)3," S8,460 (Wheeling, ()hie County) Hampshire 250 Committee, "H;unpshire County 250th Anniver- sary 2(~14," $2(),(~)() (Yellow Spring, H~unpshire County) ,~nowsh(vc Institute, "Snowsh(~e h|slitule 2003," SIO.(~)() (Slatylork, P(vcahontas (~otmly) tion, "Supplied for Survival: Met|wether Lewis at Harpers Ferry," $8,825 (H u'pers Ferry, Jefferson County) WVI ! Re,arch O)rl )rati(m/Cen- ter h)r Literary C(unputing, "E-Po- etry 2(103: An Intem~aion;d Digit~d Poetry Festiv;d," (Morg=m- town, Mouougalia County) Glenville State College, "Riverboaliu' on the Little K;mawha," S11),819 (Glenville, Gibner County) The Historical Commission of the Willi;unslown C(~mmunity As,,av,:ia- tion, "Fruitlui V;dley Publi~ltion," $2,500 (Williamslown, Wood County) Major gr;mts are awarded twice mmually Ibr proiects requesting over $1,5(~') ;rod up I() $20,0(h'). The next major granl deadline is September 1, 2(Rl3. For more intonnation on major grants or lo request an application, COIIIilcl Humanities Council gnmts administrator P=,n l Rose by phtme Rotary Club Seeks New Members The Rotary of Gilmer County is tary has a variety of annual projects seekingindividualsand/orbusinesses they suplx)rt. Member's annual dues interested in applying for member- of $55.00, supports not only national ship to their local Rotary club. The and international programs of the club, Rotary, was formed in 1905 by Rotary, but these local projects, as a Chicago attorney Paul P. Harris, well: Sponsorship of male youth to who wished to "recapture in a profes- attend Boy's State annually; Scholar- sional club the same friendly spirit he ship for one Gilmer County High se had felt in the small towns of his nior attending GSC; Adopt a High- youth." In 1922, the organization way Program: Annual Blood Screen- adopted the name Rotary Interna- ing event; Service About Self Award tional. Currently, 30, 000 Rotary clubs tot Non-Rotary; Rotary Youth Lead- |never 160countrieshave 1.2million ership Award. members. What opportunities Rotary me|- Rotary, an organization of business bership gives to you: Work to address and professional leaders has united community needs; Interact with other worldwide to provide humanitarian professionals in your community; service, encourage high ethical stan- Become connected to your commu- dards in all vocations and help build nity;Assist withRotary International's goodwill and peace in the world, service efforts; Establish contacts with Rotary has worked to meet the needs an international network; Develop of society and expands its efforts to leadership skills. address issues such as environmental Your local Rotary would like to degradation, illiteracy, world hunger expand their membership and the an- and children at risk. In 1985, Rotary nual projects theycomplete. Formre made acommitment to immunize all information on Rotary or member- children against polio, including chil- ship, please contact Paul Hart|ann at dren from other countries. 462-5800 or attend our weekly meet- The Rotary motto,"Service About ing on Thursday at Heflin Student Self," rings true with your local Re- Center of Glenville State College at tary group. The Gilmer County Re- 5pro. "Comedy Caravan Weekend Packagel'' Presented by : Sutton/Flatwoods Days Inn April 26, 2003 Featuring: Mike Armstrong (A League of Their Own) & Chuck Roy (Will & Grace; 3rd Reck from the Sun) Entire package is $99.00 plus tax and includes: Saturday evening dinner buffet, lodging for two adults, and Sunday morning breakfast. Limited amount of space available. Please Call 304-765-5055 Location: Exit 67 off Interstate 79, Sutton Lane, Sutton, WV 26601 Mcn'gan ('ounty Public Library, at (304) 346-85(g) or via e-mail at West Virginia, Wild& Wonderful "2076 - A Bath Tri-Ccntctmial," leroxe(e. "~wvhumanities, org., Guide- $8,876 (Berkeley Spnngs, Morgan ,rues ;rod applications are now avail-~-K 'IrP C KLE 7 Cou,,ty) able on the Council's webs|t at ENNEDY'S GUIDE & WAX WORMS 9MMAmmo-II Landmark Studio to Present Singers / 250 COUNT s8.s s5.99 a box "1" o ..io die for the Arts will present Karen International's Mountain Stage show /! Vuranch and Julie Adams in since 1983. an I 1 Live Bait - Night Crawlers ~ Wax Worlns ~ Meal Worms | evening entitled, "Poduck: Stories and Karen Vuranch weaves together a Songs,,abou;Women, Wisdom, and loveofhistory, apassionforstories, l| [ Food. and a sense of community. | Open Men - Fri. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. ~ Sat &.Sun by appointment The show is partially funded by the The Landmark Studio for the Arts Ik. Walnut Street - Glenville, WV 304-.462-4984 WV Commission on the Arts, The is located on Main Street in Sutton. 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