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Page 6A -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathf'mder -- Thursday, May 6, 2004 "" B V, GS 8 Push Mowers Store Hours: 8-5 Mon.-Fri. 8-3 Sat. 462-5631 Main cont' O00 Continued from Page 1 for technology, Larry Baker. He also relates that the meeting's purpose, as he understands it, is to convey to the group's representatives and to other appointed stakeholders the issues involved with increasing access use and affordability of high speed Internet access in the state. In addition, the statewide group will be looking into broadband applications for improving the state's economy, education, healthcare, and other community development projects. The meeting's primary sponsor is apparently the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce's Technology Subcommittee. Representing the local area will be Gilmer County State Delegate Brent Boggs, who will be joined by several state government representatives, including Tom Campbell (chair of state House of Delegates' Technology Committee), State Senator Robert Plymale (chair, Education Committee), and Chaed Smith (West Virginia Governor's Office of Technology). Plan to give hug on this your morn a big Mother's Day! Lifelong State certified as a police officer by graduating from resident of the 54th Basic Class at the Gilmer County w. Va. State Police Academy in Institute, W. Va. Sen. Sharpe's Gilmer visit cont'd... Continued from Page 1 impressive recall of all state budget He has gained a reputation over the figures and his willingness to act as a years as being outspoken, plain-talk- team player at all times, ing, and tirelessly dedicated to making In the upcoming primary, Sharpe is the voices of those in his district heard running against Bill Adler, another above the hubbub of state lawmaking, Democrat from Weston. sometimes through his use of humor Some of the priorities Sharpe has on the Senate floor, placed on his agenda for Gilmer Nearly all of the individuals speak- County include procuring funding for ing in support of Sharpe recounted the newly planned Gilmer County stories with a humorous bent to them. Volunteer Fire Station, and securing Localattorney, PhilipReale, though monies for the construction of new familiar with these humorous anec- countywaterlinesandfortheimprove- dotes, asserted during closing remarks, ment of the Glenville Golf Course. "In all seriousness, when you look About the impending race, Sharpe around at the projects undertaken says,"We'refacingtoughtimesahead, throughout central West Vireinia over and we need people in state govern- the years, all of the counties in this ment with experience to match their district are better off because of the dedication to the well-being of the engagement of Bill Sharpe. ' people they represent. In the race for Sharpe has always been a strong District 12, I am that person." supporter of senior citizens, local An electrical contractor and engi- schools, roads and transportation neer. Senator Sharpe attended West projects, Reale adds. Virginia University, Salem College After hisformalremarks, Realewent and Montgomery College in Mary- on to say that Sharpe's strengths lie in land. He resides in Weston with his his knowledge of the Senate rules, his wife, Pauline. Garden Nursery : Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Perennials Design and Installation available, Garden Accents Open : Mondays 10-6pm, April, May and by appointment. **** Saturday May I, 10-6pm, Music and more **** Location : Spruce Run Road, near Cedar Creek State Park Phone : (31)4) 345 1282 / 462 5374, www.plantandgnome.com Vietnam Veteran 18 years of law enforcement experience Proven record of honest, Able and willing to continue dependable service as working hard for the Sheriff-Treasurer of people of Gilmer County Gilmer County 1993-2000. I)ONT CLOWN AROUND ................ Your child's Health is important ' SO ..... IMMUNIZE TODAY WHAT'S THE DELAY'? Call the ~j GILMER CO- HEALTH DEPT ,'qm tmeral Road ':- Lower Level Glenviltc, W.V. (304) 462-735 l (Clinics are held on most Tuesdays) Additional dates & times a',ailable upon request Your child's life is nothing to Clown around with ....... get them Immunized. This I~rogram ,~ lutldcd in part tmdcr an agreement v, ith W\/ DIIIIR N EARLY VOTING IN-PERSON The County Clerk's Office will be open additional hours for early voting in-person as follows: Saturday, May 1, 2004 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday, May 8, 2004 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Early Voting in-person will be conducted in the County Clerk's Office from April 21, 2004 through May 8, 2004, at all times when the office is open for regular business. Beverly Marks Clerk of Gilmer ~='~'=='~',~" ====~ Commission 41, (NAPSA)-While most areas of "These statistics show the im- the body can show the effects of What Women Know About H20 May Save Their Skin portanceof,%tucatingwomenabout dehydration, it s the skin on a president of marketing/research that oily skin does not need hydra- skin hydration, Dr. Barker said. "It's woman's hands and face that tend anddevelopmentatMaryKaylnc., tion. In fact, oil and moisture are Alcohol consumption (77 per- essential to include topical hydrat- to make her look older than her one of the largest direct sellers of two different things; oily skin can cent) and smoking (66 percent) ing products in your skin care regi- years. Women have numerous skin care and color cosmetics in actually be dehydrated just as dry were also blamed for drying the rne, n to lock in skin moisture. skin care options to combat these the world. The company' recently skin skin A woman knows her skin best dehydrating effects and elements,' introduced two new hydration Accorcling to Dr. Barker, the Caffeine was accurately cited and can tell when she needs a little saidDr. Myra Barker. "This sur- products targeted to the specific surve;, was taken to better under, by 71 percentofwomen as adehy- something extra to give it a more radiant appearance. By evaluating vey indicates women also need needsofnormal/dryandoilyskin, stand" the current perception drating agent that depletes the body her lifestyle she can determine more information about the ira- mtense Moisturizing t.:ream in- women have about hydration and of water portance of adding facial hydra- fuses skin with a concentrated the need to supply and maintain Additionally, those dehydrating elements, such tion to their daily skincare regi- mo!stureboost, resultinginamore . the moisture balance in their ski .. 62 percent of women believe as stress, hormones or the envi- men to add moisture and radiance, radiant look and soft feel and Oil- The good news: Women have a drinking eight glasses of water ronment, and personally tailor her skin care regimen. Drinking eight It s about knowing your skin and Free Hydrating Gel is lmmedi- fairly strong knowledge about the daily is enough to hydrate their glasses of water a day is only the knowi,' g what to do when your ately absorbed. It transforms skin causes and effects of dehydration skin beginning. Properly hydrated skin face needs hydration-not just your by restonng moisture balance and on skin: Only nine percent of women is not only healthier, it looks and body." Dr. Barker is an executive vice hydration for upto 10hours. Many Eilzhtv-threepercentofrespon- said topical hydration would have women have the misconception dents-believe cold air dries the a lastin "'ve effect feels better.' ORTHODONTISTS Dr. Michael Bunner 17 Garton Plaza Weston 269-7985 PHYSICAL THERAPY Glenviile Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy GSC Physical Education Bldg. Glenville 462-8933 20 E. Main St. Glenville - 462-8612 Check out our ad in the paper for this week's office hours. HOSPITALS " Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital 230 Hospital Plaza Weston 269-8000 GILMER PRIMARY CARE A DIVISION OF MINNIE HAMILTON HEALTH CARE CENTER 809 Mineral Road.Glenville, WV'26351 (304) 462-7322 ii ii i G P C A DIVISION OF MINNIE HA LTON HEALTH CARE CENTER 809 Mineral Road.Glenville, WV-26351 462-7322 FAMILY PRACTICE Dr. Carl Nichols Main Street Glenville 462-8612 Dr. Mark Cinalli C ege and Howard Su'eets Glenville 462-5366