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dual t by ~,ms. are elay this gagement Announced BOB RENTSCHLER New author Bob Rentschler has ERIC & TINA Happy Couple Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greeory ofCount) High School. She is a 1997 Cedarville and Mr. & Mrs.Ri]h Th,'+- graduate of Calhoun Count', High omas of Millstone would likct~ :in- School. An open outdo'4r v~edding Ourlce the eneaeement and iorth- ~ill be held at the Calhoun County ~ coming marriage o"ftheirchildren Eric Park Saturday,June 19 at 2pm. A re- Brandon Gregory to Tina Dau, n Tho- ception will follow. mas. He i~, a 1990 graduate of Gilmer book signing Author Bob Rentschler will at the Burnsville Public Library on Satur- day, May 15, from 10:30-11:30 am for a book signing of his new fictional novel Four Steps from the Sycamore. "Four Steps from the Sycamore" received the Editor's Choice distinc- ti o n by the publisher and Amazon .corn rates this novel 4 1/2 stars. The novel can be purchased on-line at www.Amazon,com and www.iUniverse.com or at Popular Forest in the Flatwoods 'Outlet Mall. The author will also have copies avail- able on the day of the book signing, and the Library will have a copy avail- able for check-out. Bob Rentschler, formerly of Burnsville, was the Principal at the Braxton County Middle School from 1995-1997. His wife, Sandy, taught at the Burnsville School from 1983- 1989. Bob and Sandy now reside in Grantsville, WV. Call 853--2338 for more informa- tion MELISSA, MARTIN, TERRISSA AND GARY Wedding William Gary and Charlotte in the Gilmer County Volunteer Fire Radchff of Sand Fork are proud to Department. The couple has two chil- announce the engagement and up- dren, Terrissa Bethanne and Gary coming marriage of their daughter, Dale, and Martin has two children MelissaMariel adcliff-McHenry, to from a previous marriage, Tiffany Martin Dale Hess, son of Mary and and Christopher. the late Dale Hess of Cedarville. The gracious custom of an open Melissa is a contracted employee _ Church Wedding will be observed for the United Summit Center and when Melissa and Martin are united Owner of M&M trophies and Awards. in marriage on May 22, at 1:00 pm at Martin is employed by the Gilmer Sand Fork Baptist Church. County P.S.D. He is also a Lieutenant Don't forget to vote-it's your right! iii Americans plastic go through 2.5 million bottles every hour. -MR. AND MRS. DALLAS IGO 50 YEARS a quality education. Irl If financially our 15 an " is not the on achieve these ACCOUNTABILITY is I$ "31 years dedicated to educating GUmer County kids" Retired Teacher/Principal Paid for the Thursday, May 6, 2004 -- The Glen e mocra a er -- Page 5B One acts y Twenty-six Gilmer County High Stephen Gregg is a light-hearted sat- Amanda Miller. School students will perform in a bill ire on school, teachers, and students. Completing the cast are Theater 1 of one-act plays on Tuesday, May 18 Finishing off the slate is A Thousand students Brandy Burkhammer, Eliza- at 7:30 p.m. in the Glenville State Cranes by Kathryn Schultz Miller, beth Butcher, Kristen Butcher, Mary College Fine Arts Building Audito- based on a true story of 12-year-old Campbell, Sandra Frame, Lynn rium. Their second performance will Sadako Saski who was stricken with Frederick, Becky Gray, Dustin Hem, be Wednesday, May 19 at 9:00 a.m. radiation sickness after the dropping Lisa Hess, Desi Jones, Stevieann for the student body. of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Langman, Brianna Lowther, Melissa Two comedies and two dramas CastveteransincludeTheater4stu- Marks, Natalie Putnam, SarahSivard, makeupthe slate including twoclas- dentsTravisCaffeyandAmberJones. Annamoriah Tuell, and Whitney sics from literatue: The Marvelous Theater 3 students returning to the Wildman. Mrs. Judith Meads is the Playbill by Tim Kelly, adapted from stage are Clayton Barker, Bryan teacher and instructor. MiguelCervantes' comedy "el Retablo Darby, and Johnathan Phillips. The- 11he community is invited to attend de las Maravillas;" and Shirley ater2castmembersareMorganAmes, the Tuesday, May 18 performance. Jackson'schilling The Lottery, adapted Shannon Cole, Nicole Jenkins, and Tickets may be purchased at the door. by Brainerd Duffield. This is a Test by On May , Was part of the team which facilitated the expansion of public waterlines throughout Gilmer County. Worked with local citizens, state and federal officials to bring 350 federal jobs to Gilmer County. Serves on the Gilmer County Senior Citizens' Board of Directors, which planned and built our prized Gilmer County Senior Center. Was part of the team that organized and built the multi.use barn at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. Serves on the Gilmer County Ambulance Authority to assist withlproviding continued professional personnel for our emergency needs. COMMITMENT Will continue to assist the Gilmer County Volunteer Fire Dept. in constructing a new emergency fire station. Will continue to aggressively pursue affordable housing opportunities for Giimer County residents and prospective Gilmer County residents. Will continue to assist the Giimer County Public Service District in providing public water in places which are still in need of this service. Will work to capture timber-related industries, inclusive of, but not limited to, a commercial log yard and the creation of a county-wide timber owners' association, as timber is the county's most renewable resource. Will work tirelessly to assist in future projects at the Gilmer County Recreation Center, such as an overall "spruce-up," a new playground facility and new cabin development. In my experience, the greatest resource we have always had-2O years ago, ten years ago, last yem and today-is the army of Gilmer County volunteers, which has stayed united in moving Gilmer County forward. Due to their efforts, we now have more waterlines, better roads, more local businesses, better healthcare, top.notch emergency services a.nd a safer environment. 1 stay committed to working alongside these groups. Vote for EXPERIENCE & COMMITMENT Re-elect LARRY APMAN Democrat for Gilmer County Commissioner