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Page 2A The Glenville I)emocrat -- Thursday, April 23, 2009 ANOTHER GROUP OF VOLUNTEERS PUTTING THE LUNCHES TOGETHER SOME OF THE VOLUNTEERS WHO HELPED WITH THE BROWN BAG FOR BLAKE LUNCHES JUST A'FEW OF THE OVER 600 LUNCHES MADE CHARLIE SALISBURY PLAYING THE GUITAR DURING CLEAN-UP 1 MEMBERS OF THE CAMDEN FLATS BAPTIST CHURCH AND OTHER VOLUNTEERS HELPING WITH BLAKE'S LUNCHES Volunteers Help with Young Child's Cancer Expenses Last Friday, April 3, members of the Camden Flats Baptist Church and many other volunteers got together to prepare the orders that were taken for Blake Grogg's Brown Bag Lunches. Blake is a three-year-old with Iiver~ cancer and this to raise money to help with the ex- penses of taking care of this child. The family members of Blake would like to sincerely thank each person who volunteered their nine and purchased the lunch to help with brown bag lunch was the expenses. ~F/i~ii!iii~iiiiiiiii!iii~iiiiii!iiiiiiii~!~iiii~ii~!~!!iiii~L~iii!;iiii~ii~i!' TOMAHAWK'THROWERS- These three young men are from Pendleton CountY[GILMER NATIVE STARTS FIRE- Charles "Tiny" Hinzman, and learned how to thr0w tomahawks and knives at a prev ous camp They of Gilmer Count demonstrated it for the campers here. They are (L) Isaac Ruddle, (M) Hunter Carr, y, is seen here attempting to start a fire. and (R) Isaac Carr. Gilmer County's Recreation Center Hosts First Ever State Shooting Camp The first West Virginia State 4-H tion needed. They were also able to Shooting Sports Camp was held the participate in group activities with first weekend of April at the Gilmer special guests, such as the rendevous County Recreation Center. Thecamp group, Killbuck Riflemen. hosted more than 100 people from 20 With the first camp under their belts, counties in thCstate.. Areas of interest Don Dransfield, extension agent in include air rifle, air pistol, archery, Monroe County, Tandy Schoonover, black powder, shotgun, and wildlife program assistant in Monaghela conservation,l,with a ratio of one in, County, and Darryl Ramsey, recre- structor to eyery three students, tO ation center director, hope to bring ensure each c~imper got the full atten- more camps to the area and hopefully, The Glenville Democrat :;:: :: PO Box 458 108 Noah C~U~ Street i Glen~ill~" ':f Phone (304) Price: =33;00 (no tax requi~)for o~t-bt~state Subscribets ......... We cannot accept subsCript|otis f~g i~Ss ~an six menths~ : expand the shooting camp to a week- long stay. The visitors to the recreation center were highly impressed with the fac~li- ties and plan to recommend others to use the area for their own uses. The facilities were able to be updated thrgugh donations from the good people of Gilmer County. With con- tinued successes from the recreation center, Glenville should be able to bring more people in and expand. HUNTER CARR IN ACTION, THROWING A TOMAHAWK ALL OF THE CAMPERS AND STAFF MEMBERS .