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Page 4B -- The (;lenvillc Democrat -- Thursday, April 23, 2009 : .... I what's on Your By Claudia Rock Vadis . ..................... :J Litterbugs: Quit Trashing West Virginia! Hi. Everybody! I hope you, week- creek and pick a spot for camping WRONG with you people? How end was as good as mine. Saturday, later on. happy would you beifsomeone came Cliff and I I Willow Creek Glass I did Wildcat was as pretty as ! remem- along and dumped their smelly trash a glassblowing demonstration atberedit. Iusedtogocampingwithmy m your front yard? Wouldn't that be Lindaberry Farms. to show our sup- family; and when I got married. I took nice? It makes me think you have had port for Scott and Marilyn. Theyhave my children camping and fishing no decent upbringing. Otherwise. the most beautiful flowers and plants there. The water was as sparkling you'd not be slobs about the issue. forsaleintheirgreenhouse andthey blue-green clean as could be. We Grow up and respect the beauty of had the ribbon-cutting ceremony for did have to pick up some trash left thi'g beautiful state we call home. the opening of their g,rocery store, as there by other people, which brings ,Does anyone want a free kitten? I well. A lovely day was had by all. We me to my pet peeve: litterers, have four that are ready to go, I warn got to see friends we hadn't seen in What is wrong with you-people, you, though...they'vebeenspoiledrot- ages and made new fi'iends, too. We those of you who choose to drop your ten. got to watch ourselves on Channel 5! trash out of your vehicle's windows, If you would like to contact me. It was fun. or throw your garbage over the hill? email me at Sunday, we went to Ireland/Wild- Guess what? Your trash doesn't usu- or call (304) 269-5187. cat to visit my mother's grave. All of ally fall far. It remains there in all of mom's family was from that area. We its ugliness/or other people to look at Peace. Claudia went into Wildcat to check out the its they drive by. Again. I ask: What's An extra editorial--- Be considerate of immigrants because all of our families came to America from elsewhere! When mine came in the 1840s and '50s, they spoke only German and Gaelic. It took a while for them to assimilate, but they did. As a result, here I am, here you are, so here we all are together ... in the USA, and proud to be Ameri- cans. I GEORGE'S RESTAURANT & PIZZERIA I BREAKFAST, LUNCH or DINNER I I I I save 10 % I I-- 215 Main St Spencer 304-927-8300 ourbest v, alu=e in restaurants . M-dat__: 7. am__:9pm Closed Sud [[ l[ Brint Nathan Mark Service Manager Parts ManagerForeman O' W'AN'r VouR gERV/OE Bug/ecEss 14/ t/AVE gOWERO Ot/R RATgg TO Bk'Z'&R [RV[ YOl/ AND T/l[ [OONOMY OERT/F/EO O/E&t rEO/./N/O/ANg O/V ,trAit 276 kt~ Main Street, SPENCER 304-927-3470 1-800-649-4931 8-5 Mort. - Fri. I Lime Fertih'zer, Poultry Litter, No Job Too Rough (304) 871-3928 NOW OPEN Location: 202 E Main Street, Glenville. 304-462-3022 We offer: Hand-Painted Signs, Stitchery Purses Pictures Candles Wooden Ladders, Dish Towel Angels Flower Arrangements Barn Wood Tool Boxes Barn Wood Ladders & Much More... Coming Soon: Hand Dipped Ice Cream..-.. We need more crafters, call 304-462- 7062 and leave a message, if interested. Hours: Mort. - Sat. l0 am - 6 pm Closed Sunday i Spring Exhibit at Doddridge Co. Park May 2-3 Trillium Arts Guild presents their 4th Annual Spring Exhibit and Sale, to be held on Saturday, May 2, and Sunday, May 3, at the Doddridge County Park, off Rt. 18 on Snowbird Road. There will be artists, artisans, musi- cians, demonstrators, children's ac- tivities, food, and more! Hours are t0 a.m. to 5 p.m. On Saturday, and noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Entertainment on Saturday m- eludes: a Native American presentation at 11 a.m.: a children's marble tournament at noon; DCMS String Ensemble and Choir at 1 p.m.; David Wells on jazz trumpet at 2 p.m.; and a children's puppet show at 3 p.m. Sunday's activities include: aHistory Alive presentation, with "Harriet Tubman" at 1 p.m.: Mike Morningstar at 2 p.m.; and the East Run Band at 3 p.m. Admission and parking are flee, so come join the fun! 15th Annual Antiques Appraisal Clinic 1, tJtll, The Friends of Blennerhassett are very excited to sponsor the 15th an- nual Antiques Appraisal Clinic at the Blennerhassett Museum on Saturday, April 25, 2009, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Have you ever wondered if granddad's pocket watch or marble mantle clock could be of any value? How much is the rocker I purchased at a local store worth? "These are simi- lar quesnons we ask ourselves each time we clean our attics, garages, clos- ets and find old pictures, quilts, glass- ware. tables, or may be an old letter." according to special events coordina- tor. Pam Salisbury. Most everyone has something they treasure and we sometimes wonder low much it is worth. You can find the answers to all your questions about your family treasures al the 15th An- nual Friends of Blennerhassett an- ................. q~