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I'.age 6A The (;lenville i)emocrat -- Thursday, April 23, 2{){)9 i i ii GlImer Goings On GCHS is Awarded Three Mini-Grants from GEAR-UP I G i- O LGilln Gig mer o rigs er o n s BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING The West Fork conservation District Board of Supervisor's monthly meet- ng will be held May 5. 2009 at the USDA Service Center at Mt. Clare beginning at 9:00 a.m. Contact Dinah Hannah, Administrative Officer at 627- 2610 with any questions. VOLUNTEER TEA Glenville Care and Rehab would like to invite all of our wonderful volun- teers to our tea on April 26, 2009 at 3:30. Please come and let us show our appreciation. ATV BENEFIT POKER RUN There will be an ATV Benefit Poker Run on May 23, 2009 at Sugar Camp Bridge/ Yellow Creek Road. Regis- tration is from.10:00 a.m.- noon. 30%- 10%- 10% Winners. ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO LOCAL CANCER PA- TIENT. For more informatior, call (304) 354-0412 or (304) 354-6317. Not liable for accidents. RAMP DINNER Ramp Dinner will be held at Sand Fork Elementary School on April 25, from 11 am to 4 pm. Menu: Ramps, fried potatoes, ham, beans, corn- bread, dessert and drink, for a dona- tion. RECYCLED ART DAY "Recycled Art Day", in honor of Earth Day, Saturday, April 25, 2009, 11 AM to 4 PM at The Gallery, 128 Main Ave., Weston. There will be examples of art made from the things most people throw in the trash! If you make things from recycled materials, come share with us. We'd love to see your work, too. The Gallery is open Wed- Fri, 11 to 5 anc~ Sat 11-4. 304-517- 2230 during gallery hours. Church News VETERANS AFFAIRS OFFICER IN GLENVILLE Robert L. Villers, Veterans Affairs Service Officier, will be in Glenville at the Court House on April 28 from 9:30 to 3:30 to help veterans file claims or to help veterans and their families in any way. For more infor- mation, call (304) 927-0980. FARM BUREAU GOOD WILL DINNER Gilmer County Farm Bureau's Good Will Dinner will be held Saturday evening at 6:00 p.m. on May 2, 2009 at the Gilmer County Recreation Cen- ter. This year's recipients are Melville and Twila Moyers. Bring a covered dish and help us celebrate Melville and Twila's dedication to Gilmer County Farm Bureau and our com- munity. VERA BRADLEY BINGO Glenville State College's Student Edu- cation Association will host a Vera Bradley Bingo at the Gilmer County Recreation Center on Saturday, April 25th at noon. Doors will open at 11:00 a.m. with food available at the event. Raffles, a 50/50 drawing, and silent auctions will be available. Tickets can be purchased at Sunfire Tanning, Modern Beauty Salon, or GSC Edu- cation Department. Tickets will also be sold at the door. However, early purchasers will be entered into a handbag drawing. For more informa- tion, please call Stacey Butler at (304) 462-5704. LONGABERGER BASKET AND KNIFE BINGO g -Our Neighbrs RELAY FOR LIFE FUND-RAISER The "Mt. Pisgah Pounders" Relay for Life team will be having a Bluegrass concert at the Senior Center in Glen- ville on Friday, April 24. from 5:30- 8:30. The "Bluegrass Bandits" will be playing from 6:00 - 7:00. "Fine Cut Grass" will play from 7:30 - 8:30. There is no admission charge for this, but we wil be taking donations and selling hot dogs. We will have lumi- naries forms also and maybe other RFL items. All proceeds from this will go to the American Cancer Society. Please come out and support this very worthy cause. If you have ques- tions, you can call 304-462-5228, or 462-7284. BENEFIT GOSPELSING There will be a Benefit Bluegrass Gospel Sing and chicken dinner at Heritage Christian School. 225 New- ton Avenue Bridgeport, on Saturday, April 25, 2009. Proceeds to benefit Heritage Christian School. Music be- gins at 6 p.m. featuring" Break Moun- tain" from Mannington/Grafton,"23 Special" from Salem/Centerpoint, and a performance by Rick Cleavenger, David Fisher, Dayton Holcomb, Johnny Holt, Kenny Kendall, Mark Gainer, and Jason Gainer. There is no admission charge for the sing, but a love offering will be received. A chicken dinner will be available for purchase beginning at 5 p.m. If you wish to reserve a dinner, or for more information, contact Heritage Chris- tian School at (304) 842-1740. MT. PISGAH REVIVAL The Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, Stumptown, will be holding a revival Sunday, April 26 thru Friday, May 1, beginning at 7:00 p.m. Brother Joe Collins will be speaking and there will be special singing. Come out and hear the gospel in singing and preaching. Tim Underwood, Pastor. ARTS GUILD The Trillium Arts Guild. Inc., is having their 4th annual exhibit and sale on May 2 and 3, 2009, at Doddridge County Park. There will be music both days. art and artisans, craft dem- onstrations, and good food for sale. There is free parking and no admis- sion charge to any of the events. There is still room for a few artists/ artisans. Call Sally at 304-873-1511 or email for an application. ARTS AND CRAFTSSHOW The 15th Annual Spring Arts and Crafts Show at Nicholas County High School in Summersville is scheduled for Saturday, May 9 from 9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. There will be 100 booths. Door prizes will be drawn hourly. The grand prize is $100 and will be drawn at 2:00 p.m. You must be present to win the grand prize. Admission is by donation DESIGNER PURSE BINGO The Hillbilly Stompers Clogging team will hold a designer purse bingo on Saturday, May 2 at the Bluegrass Jamboree Building on Chapel Rd. in Gassaway. Doors will open at 5:00 p.m. with bingo starting at 6:00. There will be an early bird drawing for those purchasing tickets before the night of the bingo along with door prizes, 50/ 50 and other drawings. Concessions will be available. For an early bird ticket contact Kim Miller at 304-364- 5576. You can also pick them up at Vae's Diner in Gassaway or from any of the group members. Nothing is more beautiful than the loveliness of the woods before sunrise. Three mini-grants, totaling nearly $21.000 that will fund a science camp and technology for students, have been awarded to Gilmer County High School from GEAR-UP at Fairmont State University. Mrs. Anita Roberts. counselor and GEAR-UP coordina- tor for GCHS. is the author of the grants. A $15.800 mini-grant will help fund a science camp. under the direction of Mr. Adam Osborne. chemistry/phys- ics instructor at Gilmer County High School. The mini-grant will be used to purchase Odyssey biology, chem- istry, and physical science software. science manipulatives to be used dur- ing the camp and the regular school year. ACT preparation materials, and Mr. Osborne's stipend for the camp. Additionally, each camp participant who is a member of the GEAR-UP class will receive the newest graphing calculator available: GEAR-UP will also pay for one ACT testing sessmn. A second mini-grant, valued at $4700. will provide a classroom set of i-Pods and accessories lbr podcasting activities in the English classroom. Mrs'. Tabby Beall. sophomore En- glish teachei, will be using the i-Pod set with the current sophomore GEAR-UP class. The final mini-grant, in the amount of $400. will be used to purchase a wireless printer to accompany the mobile 15-unit wireless laptop lab that was purchased in January, 2009. The mobile-lab is a $41.000 unit that was purchased with GEAR-UP fund- ind. Teachers with GEAR-UP stu- dents have priority with the mobile lab. but other teachers may use it if it is not m use by GEAR-UP teachers. "Mrs. Roberts always works for what is in the best interest of our students." said Mrs. Nasia P. Butcher. GCHS principal. "The GEAR-UP funds have provided more instruc- tional equipment, technology, and enrichment activities for our student than we would normally have been able to provide. The science camp is just one example of how GEAR,UP has enriched our curriculum. Our students have been afforded multiple opportunities to acquire knowledge and skills to he successful in the 21st Century global society. We are thank- M to the GEAR-UP program and Fairmont State University for provid- ing our students with additional edu- cational opportunities," State Law Library A free workshop on "The Services as well as advocacy for nursing home of Legal Aid of West Virginia" will residents and those with behavioral be presented at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, health challenges. April 28. in the State Law Library. The State Law Library is located in The event is sponsored by the State Building 1, Room E-404 of the State Law Library and Adrienne Worthy, Capitol. Metered parking is available the executive director of LegatAidof near the parking garage and is free West Virginia. after 5 p.m. The session will focus on the ser- The workshop is open to the public vices and programs offered by Legal and no registration is required. For Aid, including assistance with civil more information, contact Sara Th- legalproblems, such as divorces, eric- ompson at the State Law Library at uons and welfare benefit difficulties. 304-558-2607. VVV'S APRIL FOOD DISTRIBU- The SunBridge for Glenville Relay for ----George Washina'ton TION Life team is sponsoring a Longaberger PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH Basket and Knife Bingo on May 1 at REVIVAL VVV's April Food Distribution is on 6:00 p.m. at the Gilmer County Se- NeW$ Kate Posey April 28. Seniors and Victory at 5:30 nior Center. Doors open at 5:00 p.m, The Providence Baptist Church, in pm. Regular USDA at 6:30 pm. Those Refreshments vii be sold. Tickets Copen, are having a revival May 4-9 452-8427 picking up both must come at 6:15 are $20 for 20 games. There will be beginning at 7:00 p.m. No Matter the pm. two raffle drawings. Contact Shah- Economy-God is Always Good. Join Shoppi llop us in praise and worship. Everyone Auctions, Visits, ng and Sea ed Potatoes non Anders at (304) 462-5718 for tick- welcome! Pastor Roland Ramsey. For COMMUNITY HEALTH FAIR ets. more information on each day's Hello, everyone. Mabel Eagle and Prayersareneededfor:PearlSmith, New-LookScaUopedPotatoes The Gilmer County Senior Center and events, call (304) 463- 7570 or (304) Billy Blake made it to their doctor's Butch Heater, Shirley Heater, Pearl ann ham Hospice Care are co-sponsoring a 462-4055 appointment in B uckhannon on Fri- Linger Barbara and Billy Conrad, 4-1/21b. red potatoes(about9),cut Community Health Fair at Gilmer NOTICE HORN CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH dayi afterwards, they went shopping Roy and Sis Conrad, Dorena into l/4-inch-thick slices County Senior Center in Glenville on Cla'ypoole Ware Helen Stout, Lou 1 container (16 oz.) sour cream I Tuesday, April 28, from 7 am to 12 First Distdct Congressman Alan B. The Horn Creek Baptist Church will before returning home. noon.Community members of allages Mollohan'sArea Representative, Jane be having the Annual Faith Promise Carl and Susan Stafford and son Young, Freda Heater, Thelma West, 3/4 lb. (12 oz.) VELVEETA 2% are encouraged to attend.Variousfree Merandi, will be available to visit resi- Mission Conference from April23-26. Carl, Charles Bennett and I attended Terry Roberts, PamRoberts,Daphanie milk pasteurized prepared cheese screenings (including bone density, dents of Gilmer County to discuss Thursday at 7:00 p.m. will be Terry an auction in Buckhannon on Satur- Moore and Vorris and Madeline Scott. product, cut into 1/2-inch cubes cholesterol/glucose fingersticks, ad- with constituents any problems con- Weirich, Friday at 7:00 p.m. will be day. It was for the estate of George Condolences and deepest sympa- 8 oz. (1/2 of l-lb. pkg.) smoked vance direeit~es~nd more) and in- cerning a federal agency or ques- Lewis Howell, Missionary to New and Lucille Hess, of Lost Creek. thyareextendedtotheFinsterfamily, ham, chopped .. formatiPr~di~#lays.,6r&ayaiJable. Low tions or comments regarding legisla- Zealand and Terry Weirich, Saturday cost bloodw0rkavailable: Multiphasic tire co i 6FfiS?She v,/ilf be':at tile at 7:00 p.m. will be Brian Tagunod, George had passed away in May and Those visiting Charles Bennett4 green onions, sliced panel (includes cholesterol, LDL, HDL Gilmer County Senior Center Citizens Missionary to the Philippines. and Lucille in September. Lucille's par- were Carl and Susan Stafford and son 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese and more) for a fee (must be fasting), Center from 10:30 a.m. until 12:30 Terry Weirich, and Sunday at 10:00 ents' homeplace is on Clover Fork. Carl. John Bennett, Bud Henline. HEAT oven to 350F. Cook pota- Thyroid/TSH for a fee and PSA (Pros- pm on Friday, April 24, 2009. She will a.m. will be John Gossett, Missionary There were many items belonging Ronnie and Retha Craig, and I.toes in boiling water in large covered tate Specific Antigen) for a fee. To also be at this location the fourth Fri- to Trinadad and at 11:00 a.m. will be to Mr. and Mrs. Traylor that were Happy 99th Birthday wishes to saucepan 10 to 12 min. or just until schedtlle an appointment for one or day of every month, no appointment Terry Weirich. Mr. and Mrs. Michael passed to Lucille. and many family Vorris Scott on April 27. potatoes aretender; drain. Remove 3/ more of these blood tests, call Hos- necessary; her telephone number is. Tabugan, Missionaries to the heirloms that were quite old. Quite a Happy Birthday to Carl Stafford. 4 ofthe potatoes; place in large bowl. plce Care of Burnsville at 304-853- 304-623-4422. - Phi ippines will be singing in the Morn- .bit of CloverFork history was sold on Susan Stafford, and Ernie Conrad. Add sour cream: mash until smooth. 2279. If you would like to set up a A blow with a word strikes ing Services. AROUND THE WORLDSaturday. Jerry Posey and Tommy and VadaStirin VELVEETA, ham and onions. BANQUET. Following the Morning Congratulations to Kenneth (Dee) Conrad all visited Ruby Hitt recently. Add remaining potato slices; stir den- community,display to sharecontactinformatiOnjulie BecknerWith theat deepersword, than a blow with a shortServiceS'messageBrtherfollowingWeirich willlunch.haveNoa and Samantha Singleton on the birth Recent visitors of Vorris andtly. 304-517-8868. Robert Burton EVENING SERVICES. The church is of their daughter. Delaney MaeKayla Madeline Scott were Carl and Susan SPOONinto 13x9-inchbakingdish The world is governed more by appearance than located just above Cox's Mills on Rt. Singleton. born on March 26.Stafford, son Carl, Russell Posey, sprayed with cooking spray; sprinkle 47 across from Sinking Creek Road. Betty Brown's visitors were Faith Charles Bennett, Kate Posey and with Parmesan. Kid& Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Kidd, and Boone Tracey. BAKE 30 rain. or until heated realities to that it is fully as necessary to seem to CATHOLIC CHURCH STEAK Don and Marilyn Shields. This weeks recipe is for: through. DINNER know something as to know it. Daniel Webster Good food and fellowship will be fea- tured as Saint Boniface Catholic Lori Rosenburg : ANTIQUES., ] "~ Church hosts its annual Steak Din- From the Front Porch: Troy News ner. The dinner will be Saturday, 462-4398 May 2, from 4:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. __ T unnel ]~A~C~s~f_ CO~,t~[P,.~RecoI~~~! in the newly remodeled Parish Hall. --L--~gh-'t ~ "E~d~'o'fth I St. Boniface is located on Route 33 e West at Chmden. The menu includes I~s~ LAYAWAYS AVAILAbLI~ ~ ~ I baked steak, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, salad, home- The end of the spring semester at and I was finally able to get my grass are glad to see the light at the end of 145 [AIN AVE, V(ESTON I made bread, desserts and beverages. Glenville StateCollegeis aln osthere, mowed. It was way overdue, the tunnel; summer is just around the I OPEN' MON-SAT 9-5, SUN 14 PM [ Carryout meals will be available. The Many of the students are excited and I still haven t been ableto get started corner. There are only 30 actual days annual dinner is sponsored by the looking forward to their summer va- on my vegetable garden; I have been of school left for theml I! Bring in this ad ,'or 10% off! 'l! Altar Society ofthe Church. cations. However, I am looking for- really busy writing a paper for my Next year will be Cary's final year - ward to having Jason home for a few English class. This week, we have of high school; I know he is' glad ........ * * * weeks at the end of June. been giving presentations in class about that. It is so hard to watch them k,,.. 304-269-2877 J Visiting an optometrist for aWe are planning a tubing trip in basedon thetopicsofouressavs. Iam grow up; but at the same time. I am comprehensive eye exam each Ohio with Jason's brother. Troy, and not very good at public speaking; it excited for him and the adventures SPRING IS HERE !!! [ One Free Specialty Coffee with a Purchase of One Specialty Coffee I Includes: Hot Chocolate, Hot and Customer Appreciation Day at Four Seasons Tanning & Beauty Salon Iced Lattes, Hot and Iced Mocha& I I L__ Ice Coffee, Cappucino AVAILABLE IN MANY FLAVORS * COUPON MUST BE PRESENTED WHEN ORDERING At Glenville McDonald's, TrY Our New Line of Speciality Coffee's IoL =.To---- You S ! Which Include Iced Coffee, Iced Mochas gr J' = and Iced Lattes They will put a Spring in your step. 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 his family. Jason's father. Ray Rosenburg, who lives in Reno. NV. will be visiting, as we ll. It wi 11 be nice to see Ray; it has been a few years. We have had some nice weather. makes me so nervous. Monday was the first day back for Gilmer County Schools. after a nice spring break. I am sure that these kids ahead. Have a safe and wonderful week. Until then. I'll be waving at you from the front porch. ............ 7 7;.~' Do the "write" thing. Write-in Tashua AIIman for Mayor.= Improve streets and sidewalks Promote jobs and economic development Investigate.flood mitigation Improve signage Election - Her dignity consists in being unknown to the world; her glory is in the esteem of her husband; her pleasures in the happiness of her family. --Jean Rousseau -- Cuu [ ay Ft,ur S 11 n ty S alol -'--' -i--'-'~g-~ "1" ~r3 "Ig1--3 1"1"W'7 [Thursday, April 30 from 12:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m. Everyone Welcome! Ten prizes to be given away with drawings every hour! To he eligible for the drawings, redster each time vouta~l or i~urehase somethin~ $5 or more until April 30. YOl, call win olore f]l(f/I o/Ice ~l/Id Villi dotl'l ]RIVe tO 1~ l~rc, setlt to Will Slo/~ bl tO check Ollt tile ]fl'l:es. M-F: 8 a.m.- 9p.m. Sat.: 8 a.m.- 4p.m. (304) 462-7154 Weekly Specials! 20Tans .... $18+t x Spa Pedicure .... $20 Acrylic Nails .... $25 Perms/Hi Lites .... $5 off