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I I Page 12 --The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, April 17, 2t)03 National Vocational Technical Honor Society support for their parents' help to in- crease our numbers annually." A good crowd was on hand and last year's inductees helped with the pro- gram. Mr, White al~o added a special thanks to the instructors that helped with tilts years activities, Refreshments were enjoyed by all. Twenty six students were inducted into the National Vocational Honor Society (NVTHS) on April 2, 2003, at the Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center. According to Mr. David White. Career Center Cqunselor, "I'nl pleased with the performance of this year's honor students. They have continued to increase academically and strong National Vocational Honor Society) NEW NVHS MEMBERS - Inductees are: (L to R) Row 1 - Jenny Cornell, Heather Almand, Mitchell Hicks, Katie Hupp, Shannon Brown, Katrina Montgomery. Row 2 - Betty Nicholson, Tim Noggle, Melissa Oshoway, Joan Powers, Brian Luzader, Rachel Bush, Row 3 - Tyson Price, Megan Richards, Steven Rogers, Teresa Siers, Sierra Wriston, Lori Bearers, Row 4 - Shantel Skinner, Lakisha Tipton, Amber Walker, Josh Woods, and James Bailey. DR. RENTSCHLER, MR. GHERKE AND STEVEN ROGERS STANDING ARE BRIAN POWERS, DEBBIE POWERS, TRISH PROPST AND MR. GHERKE. SITTING ARE JOAN POWERS AND ZACK PROPST Extra Trout Stocking for Bi-Weekly Waters All waters scheduled for bi-weekly trout stockings will receive an extra stocking this spring, according to the Division of Natural Resources. For many of the 60 waters that will re- ceive the extra stocking, additional poundage will be added to the re- maining regular stockings, so extra trips will not be necessary'. "'Even with the severe weather this past winter, hatchery production is above normal and the various waters should receive the extra poundage ,,~ ithin the next month," according to Mike Shingleton, Assistant Chief lot Coldwater Fish Management. Additionally, as most anglers know, persistent ice and snow conditions caused many stockings to be can- celled. "'By' adding poundage to tile remaining stockings, and stocking some waters twice a week, we are getting the full allotted poundage into those waters." said Shingleton. The Division of Natural Resources wants to remind anglers that with good weather, and the additional poundage being stocked to make up for previously missed stockings, the next two months should pro'.ide ex- cellent trout fishing oppoi-tunities. Anglers can call 558-3399 or visit www.dllr.sl(zle.wv.tts for updates on daily stockings. wit II po rts milies otline The U.S. Army Community and Family Support Center is supporting families of deployed soldiers by pro- riding a toll-free Family Assistance Hotlme. The number, 1-800-833-6622, is for use by family members of soldiers on active duty as well as those in the A,'my National Guard and the Army Reserve called to active duty. The hotline will remain in operation in- definitely. The call is free from the continental United States, Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, Guam and the Virgin Islands. Hotline staff takes calls from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. EDT to answer family support-related questions. Emergency assistance is provided between the hours of 8 p.m. and 8 a.m. EST. While the hotline staff cannot give out information about a soldier's spe- cific location, status, or mailing ad- dress, the staff has been instrumental in linking thousands of extended fam- ily members to the family support groups and rear detachments at the soldier's unit. In addition to local and Army level assistance via telephone, lamily mern- bers can find answers to many routine questions about family readiness, Army Community Service. and de- ployment support resources online at tile ACS Web site, www.goacs.org. and at the Army Family Liaison Of- fice website, www.aflo.org. Informa- tion about Operation Iraqi Freedom is at www.arntv.mil. The Army National Guard and the Army Reserve state and regional sup- port commands also operate assis- tance lines, though they may not al- ways be toll free. Information is avail- able at www.guardJamily.org and www. a/'m I. rail/usa/'. The U.S. Army Community and Family Support Center is the head- quarters Department of the Army agency responsible for Morale, Wel- fare and Recreation programs the Army provides soldiers and families worldwide. West Virginia State Park Gifts Great for Mom & Dad For Mother's Day or Father's Day, give a unique and special gift of relax- ation and scenic splendor with West Virginia State Parks" gift certificates and camping bucks, or choose from gift ideas at "% Shop in the Park," the State Park online gift shop at www. wvstateparks.cont. Gift certificates are available for a variety of lodging and special events year-round, including lodge rooms, gift shop, cabin rentals, restaurant, telephone calls, golf green tees and cart rental. Camping bucks are for sale in books of $25 and are redeem- able at any West Virginia State Park campground. "'State Park gift certificates are per- fect gifts for mom and dad, because they can be used for many park pack- ages including weekends and roman- tic sweetheart getaways," says Kim McHcnry, West Virginia State Parks Programming Services Coordinator. West Virginia State Park camping bucks are available for those who enjoy the great outdraws. They are redeemable at any West Virginia State Park campground. Camping bucks come in books of $25 and are distrib- uted in their own specially designed wallet. "'Camping bucks are a wonderful gift for families that enjoy outdoor recreation, tents and sleeping under the stars," McHenry states. Many of your favorite parks are offering merchandise online ranging from polos, t-shirts and caps to plush animals, mugs, throws and gift bas- kets. Shop in the convenience of home any time. All transactions are ,secured. To order West Virginia Stale Park gift certificates and camping bucks, call 1-800-CALL WVA. Visa. MasterCard, money orders and checks will be accepted. Gift certificates, camping bucks and other fine mer- chandise are also available at www. wvstateparks.com . Altitcms are for sale year-round. Kid T.R.A.C. ()n Saturday, April 5, 2003. the CGCC Criminal Justice Club spon- sored Kid T.R.A.C.K.S. as a part of the "Appalachian Spring Fling." Sgt. Jc ffCooper of the West Virginia State Police - Grantsvillc Detachment, was kindcnou print children. The corded on State Police and will! for families to ment agencies, i Z ........... = ,=u= !;iiiiiii := ==-= |~-- * >~T,'4 i ~-: L!!+ :~ FINGERPRINTING - Corie Nicholson (daughter of Instructor, Mary Nicholson) and Sgt. Jeff Cooper. Spring Gobbler Season 0 West Virginia's 2003 Spring Gob- bier Season opens April 28 and ends May 24, according to Ed Hamrick. Director of the Division of Natural Resources. West Virginia hunters have a long four-week season to en- joy hunting in our mountains, which arc especially beautiful during the springtime. Wild turkeys may be le- gally taken with firearms statewidc and are the only big game species in West Virginia that may be hunted in the spring. Hunters are allowed to take two bear. led turkeys during the spring sea- son with a limit of one per day. Shoot- ing hours are from one-half hour be- fore sunrise to 1:00 p.m.,and all hunt- ors are required to be out of the woods by I :00 p.m. The carcass of the turkey must b,c field tagged and delivered to an official checking station for check- ins and tagging skinned or trans boundaries that in which the kill' Biologists have spring harvest is the number of two-y!~ a good brood year should be spring, and the slightly higher if are good. The into the 13,000- turkey populations i~ are the highest in ern counties: but hunt remote country,~ less hunting pressure, hunting in the Jefferson. or Forests. The Bender Run CemeterY )n Chapel Rt. Gassaway is requesting that descendants of those buried in the cemetery for the upkeep of t, he cemetery. Please remember our loved ones and send to: Bender Run Cemetery Fund clo Box 35 Gassaway, WV 26624. Or gl directly into the Bender Run Cemetery Gassaway. Thank you! / Courteous Service Quick Loans Buy, Sell, Trade and Lend Dollars on Jewelry, Guns, Musical Instruments, Electronics, etc. I Jcated in Flatwoods Outlet Mall next to Tommy Hilfieer t, .... Over 20 years experience - Reasonable rates Electronic filing- Multi-state returns Personal an__d Business returns 405 North Lewis Street Glenviile, WV James & Anne Flynn 462-7603 .jaflynn@rtoLnet r i i i l i i i i i i i i i iili i iii i i i i iI DISH NETWORK I [ YOUR II w .o C.O.C f,',' !:/ ~=" ' /Fiberalass I Hand ed Tools| " /Round or Square ," I /Point Shovels, /Hoe, or Rake j = I~ !! I I I utcher-Layfield Lumber Co. I 238 Depot Street - PO Box 110 Weston, WV 26452 I Debra D. Kohler, MBA Agent/Registered Representative Debra D. 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