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] Page t Page4B--TheGlenvilleDemecr~lt/PathtFmder--Thm-~llay, May6,2004 "7'~" ' l Area students participate in DEP ,.,,e El" ,..vvla 11e program at Cedar Creek State Park ........... fled over200macroinvertebrates from 15 family groups. According to Tim Craddock, "I was greatly impressed with the large num- ber of macroinvertebrates present, which indicates high quality water at Cedar Creek." He a/so added, "streams need to be monitored over three years to be validated in the state assessment program. People interested in water quality issues can watch for future news articles from the newly formed Gilmer County Watershed Associa- tion." The Little Kanawha River will be tested in 70 locations later this sum- mer as part of the five year river testing program. On March 31, 40 individuals par- ticipated in the Water Quality Assess- ment Training Program at Cedar Creek State Park. The group consists of local citi- zens, the Environmental Technology Lab at the Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center, and the Biology Department at Glenville State Col- lege. The Training involves identifying macroinvertebrates, determining stream flow, evaluating riparian- stream banks, and performing several chemical tests. Participants had the opportunity to go into the stream and collect macroinvertebrates with kick nets. The "young scientists" identi- DEP REPRESENTATIVE-Tim Craddock (State aquatics coordinator). Explaining water qulaity information to the local training partipates from the Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center and Glenville State College. STUDENTS IN ACTION COLLECTING MIRCRO-ORGANISMS-Students are collecting macro organisms from the kick net. From left to right are: DonNe Nicholson, Justin Fox, William Vandal, James Kirby, Marshall Blake, Shane Moyers, Michalle Perkins, and C.J. Cottrill. Support your Gilmer County Rec- reational Center! Use it regularly for your club's special activities! MAY 11, 2004-PRIMARY ELECTION POLLING PLACE DESIGNATION CENTER DISTRICT April Sp ou se 462-TJ This recipe is easy and very good. Great as a dip or side dish! Fm ready for our garden to start bringing on the vegetables, but I have one small prob- lem with that. We have to plant the seeds first! However, thanks to the farmers in other areas and all our wonderful truck drivers who deliver anywhere, we can enjoy these recipes a bit earlier! Cilantro Cucumber Salad Simple, spicy and delicious. Chunks of cucumber are splashed with lime juice and sprinkled with cilantro and chili powder. Makes a nice crudi- tes with a dipping sauce, or the finish- ing touch for a pile of crisp greens.Serves 3 to 4 servings Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 0 minutes Total time: 40 minutesFat: .34 Carbs: 5.11 Protein: 1.09 Calories: 27.83 Alcohol: 0.00 Ingredients2 cucumbers 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice 1 teaspoon chili powder 0.25 teaspoon salt I tablespoon chopped fresh cilantro Directions: 1 .Peel cucumbers, slice lengthwise into quarters, and cut into 1 inch pieces; place in large bowl. Sprinkle with lime juice, chili pow- der, and salt; toss. Toss with cilantro. Refrigerate until chilled. M argaret Radcliff 462 -8250 Illness, Wedding, Dominate Conings News There are still several people in our lies. Congratulations to the two of area that are sick. Some are even in you. the hospital. Edna West is home, Jay is trying to stay ahead of the Thelma Radcliffis home. Arden Byrd grass, but it is hard to do when he is at Weston in the hospital. Blanche keeps tearing up the mowers. (broken Cox is home. They all enjoy cards, belts, broken pulley and other things.) visits and phone calls to hear from When the mgwer stops, I look to see if their neighbors and friends, he is finished or has broken something There was a wedding in our corn- else. munity on April 23. Angela Hinter The Beeson twins, Lanta and Lane, married Thomas Bragg of Weston. have a birthday on May 6. They will They had a private ceremony at Mt. be four years old, growing up fast. Earnest Church with just their fami- m JoAnn Woodyar d 462-7093 - Happy Mothers Day Our sympathy goes out to the fami- lies of Harland Stout, Jane Singleton and Mr. Roberts on the loss on their loved ones, also to the Randall Clemons family on his loss. Get well wishes go out to Harold Marks and Sock Jones that they will recover from their surgeries soon. Please continue to pray for Phyllis Marks, she appreciates all your prayers for her eye recovery. I hear Rose Sponaugle has a new granddaughter and she is a cute one, Zanna Sponaugle, daughter of Zandel and JoAnna. Paul Carr of Ohio visited his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Carr, over the weekend. I want to wish all the mothers a Happy Mother's Day;wish my mother was living to tell her Happy Mother's ~IDa~, as always. Keep cool and you command everybody. --Louis de Saint-Just FM I~v 7 ~o Tmm~ MAy 13 NEW YORK MINUTE Fri. - Sat. Evening 5:00 - 7:15 - 9:15 Sat. - Sun. Mat. 12:30 - 2:45 Suq. - Thurs. Evening 5:00 - 7:15 (PG) MEAN GIRLS Fri. - Sat. Evening 4:30 - 6:45 - 9:00 Sat. - Sun. Mat. 12:15 - 2:30 Sun. - Thurs. Evening 4:30 - 6:45 (.pG'13) GODSEND Fri - Sat Evening 7:15 - 9:45 (PG-131 Sun- 1'hunt Evenimz 7:15 - _ ,. i VAN HELSING i Fri. - Sat. Evening 6:45 - 9:30 i Sat. - Sun. Mat. 12:00 - 3:00 i Sun.- Thm's. Eveninl~ 6:45 {1~3"13)l 13 GOING ON 30 Fri.. Sat. Evening 4:45 - Sat.. Sun. Mat. 12:00 - 2:i5 (pO-13 REGISTERING A PARTICIPANT FOR A BASKET DRAWING LONGABERGER BASKET BINGO 2004 Bingo proceeds go to Relay Longaberger Basket Bingo tookput on this event. Many individual place on Saturday March 27 at the and local businesses contriubted by Gilmer County Recreation Center. sponsoringabasketordonatingitems. Proceeds from the event are for the United Bank, FDIC employees are 2004 Relay for Life to be held Friday, proud to be a part of this year's Relay May 21 at Morris Stadium. and worked hard to help make this This is the second year that the year's bingo a huge success. employees of United Bank, FDIC has m ane ml Democrat for Circuit Clerk of Gilmer County Your vote and influence will be appreciated Pd for by Candidate Working for you today, planning for your tomorrow. Today, Tomorrow, & Beyond PRECINCT NO. 1 - NORMANTOWN NORMANTOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.c~E're.Ru~ e.~s~,.~m PRECINCT NO. 5 - CEDARVILLE ' PR2CINCT NO. 6 - SHOCK CITY FIREHOUSE-CEDARVILLE ROSEDALE ALLIANCE CHURCH BUILDING DISTRICT PRECINCT NO. 16 - HIGH SCHOOL PRECINCT NO. 20 - COURTHOUSE GILMER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL-COMMONS AREA COUNTY COMMISSION OFFICE-COURTHOUSE PRECINCT NO. 12 - THIRD RUN PRECINCT NO. 13 - TANNER PRECINCT NO. 27 - TROY PRECINCT NO.31 - COX'S MILLS 1, PRECINCT NO. 17 - SAND FORK PRECINCT NO. 18 - STOUTS MILLS PRECINCT NO. 24 - DEKALB-'I'ROY DISTRIC..~ KANAWHA DRIVE COMMUNITY BUILDING-ROUTE 5. WEST TANNER K OF p HARMONY LODGE dl6~Fom,~R s'rt~D ~l~,~u. r-,~t~Et TROY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ~ aLOG~o'rro~ Ft~ E~r~U~E COX's MILLS COMMUNITY BUILDING SAND FORK ELEMENTARy SCHOOL-CAFETERIA TRIo PETROLEUM cORP. YARD OFFICE BLDG-RT 5 EAST GLENVILLE E'LEMENTARY GLENVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-c.,~EI'~ EN'rR/~CE In compliance with the Voting Accessibility for the Elderly and Handicapped Act. (Public Law 98-435), as interpreted by the Secretary of State as Chief Election Official of the state, all of the polling places are barrier free and accessible to the handicapped and elderly. BEVERLY MARKS Clerk of Gilmer County Commission I !' :ii!i ii!!ii ili! Member ED.L C Glenville Office 30 Foodland Plaza Glenville, WV 26351 Phone (304) 462-5051 Fax (304) 462-8215 LENDER Grantsville Office 372 Main Street P.O. Box 430 Grantsville, WV 26147 Phone (304) 354-6116 Fax (304) 354-7855 Arnoldsburg Office Rt. 33/119 P.O. Box 130 Arnoldsburg, WV 25234 Phone (304) 655-8347 Fax (304) 655-7266 Elizabeth Office Rt. 14 P.O. Box 129 Elizabeth, WV 26143 Phone (304) 275-0996 Fax (304) 275-1065 ! 4