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Page 8B --- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder ---Thursday, May 6, 2004 Republicans Hold Meet Gilmer Goings Women's Health and Wellness Workshop "A Women's Health and Wellness Workshop will be offered free of charge on May 13, 2004 at 5:30pro at the First Baptist Church, Main Street, Glenville. The community is invited to come and learn about can- cer risks and prevention. Topics include: breast and cervical cancer, colomctai cancer, skin cancer, and nutrition. Kathy Helmick, RN and Cancer Information Specialist for WV BCCSP will be speaking. The event is sponsored by Gilmer Pri- mary Care and the Gilmer County Health Department. For details call Julie Beckner at 304-462-7322 or Iris Tallhamer at 304-462-7351. GILMER COUNTY TO DISCUSS First District Congressman Alan B. Mollohan's Area Representative, JaneMemndi, will be available to visit residents of Gilmer County to dis- cuss with constituents any problems concerning a federal agency or ques- tions or comments regarding legisla- tive concerns.She will be at the Gilmer County Senior Citizens Center from 10:30 a.m.unti112:00 Noon on Thurs- day, May 27, 2003. Residents am encouraged to visit the Congressman's representative during this time. No appointment is neces- sary. Ms. Merandi is scheduled to visit the Senior Center on the fourth Thursday of each month. LITTLE KANAWHA WATERSHED A public meeting for the Little Kanawha Watershed is scheduled for Mon., May 10, at the Glenville Public Library in Glenville. The meeting, hosted by the WV Department of En- vironmental Protection, will begin at 7:00 pm. This is an introductory meet- ing to explain the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) streams that have been chosen for this watershed. The throe streams to be discussed in the Little Kanawha Watershed, Duck Creek, Dust Camp Run, and Lynch Run. For more info. Contact Officer Steve Young at 304-558-2837. THE CALHOUN-GILMER WRITER'S GUILD The May meeting of The Calhoun- Gilmer Writer's Guild will be on Fri- day, May 7th at 7pro at the Calhoun County Library. The library is located just behind the post office on Main Street, Grantsville. You may park in the post office parking lot. Please bring a piece of your own work you am looking for feedback on, as we will be giving silent suggestions. Dur- ing the second half we will have an activity sum to stimulate one of the senses least used in descriptive writ- ing. Bring your calenders, as we may discuss preliminary plans for this year's retreat. New writers am always welcome to join us. RELAY FOR LIFE TEAM CAPTAINS Please be sum uour team registra- tion froms ( manila packet and white individual forms) & entry monies are turned in by May 8, to Sue Edwards or Renee Harold...other monies may be turned in at BANK NIGHT, May 17 from 4:30-6:30, at Pioneer Stadium..,.your team may continue to fundmise until the night of Relay, May 21. Somefund raising events am going on...Check with various teams...Yard Sale- at Valley View Road, Sand Fork (Edwards resi- dence) on May 7, for GCHS Student Council, Mt Pisgah Pounders Car Wash and Bake Sale at Foodland same weekend....Crispy Creme Do- nuts, Pizza packets, various raffles, ect...Iots of good projects...to benefit you and the American Cancer Soci- ety. Check them outll On I II , GOSPEL SING RIVER DAYS FESTIVAL A planning meeting for the Glenville River Days will be held on Wed., May 12 at 6:00 at the Community Showcase on Main St. For more info. call Donna Waddefl at 462-7545. AMERICORPS "BABY CLOSET" is in need of a crib or bassinette for a newbom, who will be joining their family in app. two weeks. PLEASE drop off at CRI Glenville or call for pick-up at 462-8698. GILMER CO. BOARD OF HEALTH Will meet on May 18, at 4:30 in the conference room at the Health Dept. The public is invited. FOOD DRIVE Sandra Hess and Sandra Harding are sponisoring a Food Drive to m- stock the CRI food pantry, May 17- 21. Please drop off donations at CRI or call 462-8698 for pick-up. GILMER COUNTY REPUBLICAN wOMEN The Gilmer county Republicar Women will hold their regular meet- ing Monday, May 17th, 1:00 P.M. al the Gilmer county Senior Center. Members,please plan to attend. Guests and other interested people are welcome. WOMAN'S CLUB PROGRAM The Woman's Club of Glenville will hold their annual May Dinner at the Gilmer County Senior Center. The dinner is scheduled for Mon., May 10 at 6:00 p.m. There will be a charge for dinner. Anyone wishing to make reservations call Grace Oppe at 462- 7938 by April 30. The program will be Debra Conner, who will portray Zelda Fitzgerald. SOCK JONES BENEFIT DINNER There will be a Ham Benefit Dinne for Sock Jones on May 9 from 12:00 2:00 p.m. at the Sand Fork Schoo Cafeteria. Donations will be taken t( defray the cost for cancer treatments PATIENTS NEED YOUR HELP! Please give blood We=d. May 12, 12:00 pm - 6:00 pro, at the Wesley Arbuckle Center, GSC. Together, we can save a life. +American Red Cross. GILMER COUNTY SPECIAL OLYMPICS DISCOUNT CARDS The new discount cards are now avail- able. If you wish to purchase a card, please contact any Special Educa- tion teacher or student. We would urge you to-h~quenl 1he businesses that take part in this program. All pro- ceeds go to the county Special Olym- pics program. FLEA MARKET The SunBridge of Glenville annual flea market is May 8 from 8-4p.m. The sale spaces are rented at a cost per space (car parking space). There is limited space available. We are located behind the Foodland Plaza. Contact the activity department at (304) 462-5718 today1 CATFISH TOURNAMENT Gilmer Special Olympics will be hold- ing a Catfish Tournament May 8, in the Little Kanawah River. For more information, call,Martin Hess at 462- 5442 or Gary Radcliff at 462-8735. FRIENDS OF THE UBRARY MEETING Will meet Monday, May 17, at 10:00 am, at the Gilmer Public Library, Pub- lic Welcome. $5.00 MAY 7TH :: .... Charge Saturday $6.00 MAY 8T" Charge - LADIES' NIGHT " -Friday Nights. Ha~.price AdmiJdon for L~fies l~=ring the MoeL~k of May, exc~ special ~ts. --- INSTRUCTION/TRAINING ,arrie Proven PAID FOR of Leadership for West BY FRIENDS OF LARRIE BAILEY, MRS. AIRLINE MECHANIC- Rapid train- ing for a high paying career in Aviation Maintenance. FAA predicts severe shortage. Finan- cial aid- Job Placement. Call toll free (888)349-5387 AIM - 5 loca- tions. The Gilmer County Singers Associa- SCRAPBOOKING tion will have their monthly sing on A FREE CLASS Sat., May 8, at 6:30 pm at the Gilmer Carol Hendrickson will be offering a Co. Recreation Center. Featured second free scrapbooking class at group will be Jerry and Pat Butler the Bumsville Public Library on Mon., Family. Guest, God's Joyful Singers May 10, from 4:00-7:00 pm. Call 853- from Glenville. Devotional held by 2338 for more details. Everyone wel- Waitman Sandy. Everyone welcome come! to come and be with us for a night of YOUTH COUNCIL MEETING song, praise, and worship. The Region VI Workforce Investment WORSHIP CONCERT Board Youth Council will meet Thur., Doxa Dance Company will host a wor- May 20. The meeting will take place ship concert, "Kinsman Redeemer" on at the Fairmont WORKFORCE West Sat., May 15, at 7:00 pm, at Horizons Virginia Center in Fairmont starting Chumh, Lost Creek. Narrators for the at 10:00 am. For morn information evening am Pastor Sam Schwenk of about the meeting, contact Michelle Fellowship Bible Chumh, Bridgeport, Markovich at 304-368-9530. and Mrs. Jane Aves of Christian As- sembly, Nutter Fort. The company will ROANOKE REUNION interpret the redeemer theme of the Come visit with friends and family Bible as revealed in the Old Testa- Sun., May 16, at the Stonewall Jack- ment book of Ruth and the gospel of son Park, Multi-Purpose Bldg., all Jesus Christ. day, free admission for the reunion. REVIVAL Bring a covered dish. The Little Kanawha Independent Church will start its revival May 16, at BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL 7 pm, each evening. There will be The Upper West Fork Park Blue- grass Festival will be held on May special singers each night and preach- 27, 28, and 29 at Upper West Fork ing. Pastor Ronzel Roberts. We invite Park in Chloe. Featuring: Jam Ses- you to bring a friend and join us in our sion-Thurs., 23 Special - Fri. and services. Sat., Green Mt. Boys- Fr. and Sat., SPECIAL SING Killbuck Valley - Fri and Sat., Big The Little Kanawha Independent Otter Bluegrass - Fri. and Sat., Denny Church at Bumsville will have a spe- Dobbins and Friends - Fri. and Sat., cial sing, May 15, at 7 pm. Special Muddy River - Fri. and Sat., Elk Val- singers will be the Brighterside Quar- ley Bluegrass- Fri. and Sat, Country tet. Pastor:. Ronzel Roberts. Bring a Mix - Fri and Sat., Spirits of Blue- friend and join us. grass - Sat. only. Events: 50/50 Draw- HORN CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH ings, food concessions, restrooms, Horn Creek Baptist Church on Rt. 47 camping w/electric available (1st in Coxs Mills will be having their An- come, 1st served). Crafters and Flea nual Missions Conference on May 5- Marketers welcome (fee mquimd). 9. Services Wed.-Fri. will begin at 7:00 No drugs or alcohol. An admission pm, with preaching by Rev. Michael will be charged. For more info, call Barnett, Sat. evening at 5:00 pm them 655-8563 or 655-8280. will be an Around The Word Banquet. Following the Banquet, Rev. Donnie MINNORA COMMUNITY FLEA Stout will give an update on his minis- MARKET try with the Youth Prisons. At 11:00 The next Minnora Community Flea am and 6:00 pro, on Sunday, May 9, Market will be taking place on May 8 Rev. Michael Bamet~ will be preach- from noon to 4:00, just in time for ing the Gospel of Christ and challeng- Mother's Day gift shopping. The first ing each one regarding the need for Minnora Community'Farmer's Mar- getting missionaries on the field. ket will also take place on that date. Please fees free to come and be a Both events will be held in the gym, part of the services. If you have any with some exhibitors possibly setting questions or need a ride to church up outside. Wear your dancing contact Pastor Joe Sealey at 462- 7895. EARN YOUR DEGREE- Online shoes, as the Calhoun County Kitchen Band will be performing from 1:00 to 3:00. Admission is free. There is a cost for ranting a table to sell your unwanted treasures. Table space is free for locally grown pro- duce. For morn information and res- from home. Business, Paralegal, Computers, Networking and more. Financial aid, job placement assist~ance and computers provided. Call free (866)858-2121 or www.tidewatertechonline.com. NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER The National Day of Prayer will be held on I1~ 6, 2004 at City Hall in Glenville. The service will begin at 12:00 noon. Come even if you can only stay 10 minutes. We need God's ervations, call Donna Jordan at 655- mercy and help. Robert Anderson, 7149 between 9:00 a.m. and noon. 462-8458. PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING REVIVAL Another great night of professional Them will be a revival at the Glenville wrestling is planned.for May 7 at the Community Church op~ Wa~ut St r~. t Minnora Community Center. Wres- from May 9-14 at 7 p.m. Evangeds~ tiers include Jack Miller, the Cuban Doug Ecclas, from Bixby, OK will be Assassin, Big Dan Richards, Scotty present. Special singing nightly. Pas- McKeever, War Machine, Rictor, and tor, Randy Wilson. Everyone welcome. MEETING: Betty Jones, J. Stalnaker, Fran Schmetzer, Virginia Creech blican Meeting, A dozen local citizens participated track?" in a telephone conference call with The answer came, "Yes"..., and Vice President Dick Cheney on Thurs- things will he very difficult between day evening, April 29, at the home of now and then. Thew opponents know Dr. Betty Jones, president of Gilmer that this is their best chance to derail County Republican Women. The the process." event was billed as a National Party A Missouri question was about the for the President. cost of medical care, " What can the Volunteers were instructed to host administration do about doctors leav- a group of not more than ten people, ing our state?' Answer: "We are work- and patriotic music played over the ing with Congress to get liability re- telephone as small groups across the form. In some states, doctors can't country were connected by speaker- afford liability insurance." phone. Each group was allowed to There were participants from lowa, ask one question of Mr. Cheney, but New Mexico, Florida and other states. Dr. Jones' guests that evening chose Cheney's parting words were, "we to listen, not ask. need the largest voter turnout in his- Cheney's brief initial remarks em- tory. And you need to express your phasized that" "In November, the point of view." The conversation Americans have a very clear choice." lasted a total of thirty minutes. The first question was about the Voters who wish tel know more present, not the election. From Ohio about this type of party, or to sched- was asked, "Is the plan for the June ule one, may log onto 30th transition of authority in Iraq on www.georgebush.co Make him the oJficial Ambassador of Good Will for West Vir oiaia. Build a New Economy through Tourism with Small businesses to Follow as in Ireland, Branson and Pigeon Forge. Promote WV - America's Best Kept Secret in Close Proximity to All Major Economic Markets Worked in Mercer & Kanawha Counties Has PromcXed W'V Over 40 years as the Earl of Elkview All Over America and Ireland Every Phone Answered by a Human Being Infantryman, Ranger, Korea 1955 - 1957 Past President WV Board of Law Examiners Lawyer Since 1958; Member of US Supreme Court Bar Born in Mannington, Marion County, Raised in Elkview Encourage 100% Voting Br~ tU~ Te~ ~ ** Wm V~ph, protect wm Vlrzt~ m=ine=s & ~dv~'=~ Fro= Ua~r h=waa~ Raft hs~ases andS. Attack Voter Almtby. Do Not Demcrate the blamm'im d Ore, Y*mrmm by Not Voting Help George promote new ~omy im West ~el~llm. llelp Idm make West Virgiaia a vacation declination m'giag tourh~ to ~Keep C~'mi~' l~e,k," bring their budmes~ 4 here, and raise their ddldren In this land of Iddd~ be=uty, "W//d ~ Wonderful We=t ~. . George Daugherty "The Earl Of Elkwew 22 Reynolds Avc. Phone: 304-965-9033 Fax: 304-965-0980 Elkview, WV 25071 Cell: 304-546-8900 Entail: ~,~=Blmrg.c~n P~l for by. the Cal~li~de many mm'Thisisgreatfamilyen"I ~,&JL.ILLily M tertainment, with fans ranging any- citizens. Wrestling action will start at Ib4LJL !.,/, 7:30. The kitchen will open at 6:30. there will be an admission charged, for West For information, call 655-7149 or check the web site at www. wvwrestling.com. LANDMARK STUDIO Landmark Studio for the Arts, Sutton, presents.Who'~ Afraid of Viroinia ~/f. (Comedy/Drama), will be-per- formed on May 28, 29, and June 4, and 5. For more information, call 765- 7566 or go on line, www. landmarkstudio, org. ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW Saturday, May 8, at the Nicholas County High School, Summersville, starting at 10:00 am until 3:00 pro. Door prizes- hourly, grand prize drawing at 2:00 Pm($100),100 booths. I Ii I ~ II II1[ ' t=-" - ~ I THE MCKAMEYS The McKameys will be Performing at the Parkersburg Christian School in Parkersburg on Saturday, May 15 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are available, call Joe Brookover at (304) 295-7435 for ticket information. k Reunions KANAWHA VALLEY REUNION The Little Kanawha Valley Reunion will be at the Burnsville Lake Area, Shelter #1, Sunday, May 30. Bring a picnic basket full of good food to be shared with your friends and rela- tives at noon. This is for all families, relatives, and friends of the people who were dislocated when the lake was built. Prizes will be awarded, so it you would like to bring a I ze for the drawings, please feel free to do so. If you play a musical instrument, please bring it and join in with the others. We are looking forward to seeing you and, hopefully, sonde new faces this year. State Virginia. JOHN KENNEDY, TREASURER s E lies / ?: PNO F0R BY COtlBTE TO B.ECT JIM RO~ FOR ~ C(X~. Wtt~ ~ ~tl~ ii i