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Page 4B --- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Thursday, Apr. 29, 2004 II I I ilmer Goings C & G AND HOPE GAS ANNUITANTS will meet on Tuesday, May 4 at 8 a.m. for breakfast at the Log Cabin Res- taurant, Harnsville. PATIENTS NEED YOUR HELP! Please give blood Wed., May 12, 12:00 pm- 6:00 pro, at the Wesley Arbuckle Center, GSC. Together, we can save a life. +American Red Cross. BEAUTIFICATION, FLOWER COMMITTEE MEETING Everyone welcome, Fri., April 30, at 11:30 am, at FRN office, on Main St., Glenville. GILMER COUNTY SPECIAL OLYMPICS DISCOUNT CARDS The new discount cards are now available. If you wish to purchase a card, please contact any Special Education teacher or student. We would urge you to frequent the busi- nesses that take part in this pro- gram. All proceeds go to the county Special Olympics program. FLEA MARKET The SunBridge of Glenville annual flea market is May 8 from 8-4p.m. The sale spaces are ranted at a cost per space (car parking space). There is limited space available. We are located behind the Foodland Plaza. Contact the activity depart- ment at (304) 462-5718 todayt GILMER CO. FARM BUREAU GOOD WILL DINNER Saturday, May 1 at the Gilmer Co. Rec Center at 6:00 pm. Meat, mils, and drinks are provided; bdng a covered dish. Nelson Garrett- Good Will recipient, interested in becom- ing a member- plan to attend. BENEFIT BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL The Sand Fork Elementary School PTO is sponsoring a Benefit Blue- grass Festival on Sat,, May 1 from noon until 6:00 pm. There is no ad- mission fee. Several local bands and the Gassaway CIoggers are sched- uled to perform. Hotdogs, beans and combread will be sold. Also items donated from local businesses will be raffled off throughout the day. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy good music, singing and food. (Will be moved to the gym in case of rain.) 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 Fladcliff at 462-8735. 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 Apdl 30. The program will be Debra Conner, who will portray Zelda Fitzgerald. BAKE SALE/CAR WASH A bake sale and car wash will be held for the Mt. Pisgah Pounders for Relay for Life Team on Sat., May 8 from 3 p.m. - ? We are here to add what we can to life, not to get what we can from it. --William Osier Our Neighbors BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL The Uppe! West Fork Park Blue- grass Festival will be held on May 27, 28, and 29 at Upper West Fork Park in Chloe. Featunng: Jam Ses- sion-Thurs., 23 Special- Fri. and Sat., Green Mt. Boys- Fr. and Sat., Killbuck Valley - Fri and Sat., Big Otter Bluegrass- Fn. and Sat., Denny Dobbins and Friends - Fd. and Sat., Muddy River - Fri. and Sat., Elk Val- ley Bluegrass - Fn. and Sat, Country Mix - Fri and Sat., Spirits of Blue- grass - Sat. only. Events: 50/50 Draw- ings, food concessions, mstrooms, camping w/electric available (1st come, 1st served). Crafters and Flea Marketers welcome (fee required). No drugs or alcohol. An admission will be charged. For more info, call 655-8563 or 655-8280. MINNORA COMMUNITY FLEA MARKET The next Minnom Community Flea Market will be taking place on May 8 from noon to 4:00, just in time for Mother's Day gift shopping. The first Minnora Community Farmer's Mar- ket will also take place on that date. Both events will be held in the gym, with some exhibitors possibly setting up outside. Wear your dancing shoes, as the Calhoun County Kitchen Band will be perofrming from 1:00 to 3:00. Admission is free. Them is a cost for renting a table to sell your unwanted treasures. Table space is free for locally ,grown pro- duce. For more information and res- ervations, call Donna Jordan at 655- 7149 between 9:00 a.m. and noon. 4-H Baldwin by See./Reporter Alicia Joliff~ our Merry Makers Glenna Queen, long-time library volunteer, to be " OnMarch28,2004,theBaldwin4-were served to club members after THE MCKAMEYS H Club donated several hours clean- their hard work. This was truly a tre- The McKameys will be performing at ing up their community. Their effort mendous effort by all club members the Parkersburg Chnstian School in was part of the West Virginia Adopt- to help improve our community. Parkersburg on Saturday, May 15 at A-Highway Program. Refreshments At 6 p.m. on this Thurs., Apr. 29, 7:00 p.m. Tickets are available, call -., Glenna Queen, a dedicated volunteer JoeBrookoverat(304)295-7435for Awarded Eq ip Gra ticket information. Evans u ment nt for the Gilmer Public Library and Historical Society over the years, will THE WEST FORK CONSERVA- Dr. Kevin L. Evans, Associate analytical chemistry, inorganicbehonored withtheGlenville/Gilmer TION DISTRICT BOARD OF Professor of Chemistry at Glenville chemistry and research. Rotary Club's "See'ice Above SelF' SUPERVISORS' State College, was awarded a Col- lnadditiontothechemistrycourses, Award. monthly meeting will be held on May iege Equipment Grant for 2004 from the instrument will be available to For her many years of selfless ser- 4, at the USDA Service Center, Mr. vice to several different charitable Clare, beginning at 9:30 a. Contact the Spectroscopy Society of Pitts- students taking advanced biology or Dinah Hannah, Executive Assistant burgh. The money from this grant, environmental technology courses or groups, the general public is being at 627-2160. along with matching funds from the conducting environmental research, encouraged to attend in order to show College, will be used to purchase a Possible experiments involving the their appreciation for this 90-year- Chlllr(~ AI~M~ss fluorescence spectrometer, fluorescence spectrometer in chemis- old's commitment to bettering this The fluorescence spectrometer try courses and research include de- county. NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER will further enhance the instrumen- termining the concentration of sele- The dinner and ceremony will take The National Day of Prayer will be ration available to students at GSC nium in Brazil nuts, the concentration place in the Verona Mapel Room at held on May 6, 2004 at City Hall in and will have a major impact on of riboflavin in milk, and the concen- GSC's Heflin Student Union. Glenville. The service will begin at numerous chemistry courses. Stu- tration ofherbicides and pesticides in For reservations, call 462-8055 or visit the Towne Bookstore at the cor- 12:00 noon. Come even if you can dents will learn the basic operation water. only stay 10 minutes. We need of the instrument in the general The instrument should be opera- ner of East Main and North Court God's mercy and help. Robert chemistry courses, and then learn tional at GSC by the spring semester streets. Anderson, 462-8458. advanced theory and operations in of 2005. REVIVAL There will be a revival at the Glen- *** ville Community Church on Walnut Man's mind stretched to a new Street from May 9-14 at 7 p.m. Evan- idea never goes back to its orig- gelist Doug Eccles, from Bixby, OK inal dimensions. will be present. Special singing --Oliver Wendell Holmes nightly. Pastor, Randy Wilson. Ev- *** eryone welcome. Glenville State College N.w GSC Business Advisory Board Meets On Tuesday, April 20, the Glen- PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING ville State College business faculty Another groat night of professional hosted an advisory board meeting to wrestling is planned for May 7 at the evaluate the curriculum of the Bach- Minnom Community Center. Wins- elorofScienceinBusinessAdminis- tiers include Jack Miller, the Cuban tration program. Assassin, Big Dan Richards, Scotty "The advisory board meets to iden- McKeever, War Machine, Rictor, and many morn. This is groat family en- tify content areas to add, existing tertainment, with fans ranging any- areas to strengthen and course con- where from 3 years of age to senior tent to discontinue," stated Dr. Marly citizens. Wrestling action will start at Armentrout, Business Program Co- 7:30. The kitchen will open at 6:30. ordinator and Professor of Business them will be an admission charged, at GSC. "The overall objective is to For information, call 655-7149 or assure students that the BSBA pro- check the web site at gram continues to offer an education, that will prep'are its graduates to ob- LANDMARK STUDIO tain a position and advance in their Landmark Studio for the Arts, Sutton, profession." presents. A MiqhN Man is He. a eom- The members of the advisory board edy in three acts, will be performed consist of practitioners who are cur- on Fri., April 30, and Sat., May 1, at rently employed in related occupa- 8:00 pro. Coming in May: Who's Afraid of Viroinia Wool (Comedy/ tions and professions for which the Drama), will be performed on May BSBA program prepares its gradu- 28, 29, and June 4, and 5. For more ates. Many of the 2004 participants information, call 765-7566 or go on were GSC graduates who offered the line,, best of program outcomes assess- ment-feedback from individuals who ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW have had opportunities to apply what Saturday, May 8, at the Nicholas they learned from the business pro- County High School, Summersville, gram at Glenville State College. starting at 10:00 am until 3:00 pm. Present at the meeting to examine Door prizes- hourly, grand prize the Accounting major were the fol- drawing at 2:00 pm($100),100 Iowingindividuals:RonChfist, CPA, booths. Badgley & Christ; Rick Accord, Con- SPRING FLING troller, Glenville State College; Jack Them will be a Spring Fling on Persinger, CPA, private accounting Satuday May 1 from noon until 4 practice; Darrell Baylous, CPA and p.m. at St. Pat's Gym, parking area President-elect of the WV Society of & school. Them will be Bingo, 50- CPAs, McDonough, Eddy, Parsons 50's, games, safety demonstrations, & Baylous AC; Mark Price, CPA, cartoon characters such as Scooby Doo, Elmo, Hulk, Sponge Bob and Controller, Lannes Williamson Pal- Spiderman. let, Inc. The Computer and Information Systems major was reviewed by the a If financially IS In CIS following people: Jason Phares, Technology Consultant, Glenville State College; Kelly Davis, Microsystems; Arden Skidmore, Systems Coordinator, WV Lottery; Jason Conrad, Senior Database Ana- lyst, Dominion Resources; Wayne Ervin, Supervisor of Information Services, Schott Scientific Glass, Inc.; Mickey Kinder, Senior Ana- lyst/Programmer, NSource; Steve Mealey, Senior Systems Adminis- trator, Information Research Corpo- ration; Karen Mealey, Software En- gineer, User Technology Associates. The Management major was ex- amined by Denny Pounds, Manager, Glenville McDonalds; Bruce Fitzwater, Branch Manager, Calhoun Bank; Dan Johnson, Agent, State Farm Insurance; Craig Worl, Partner, Rockwell Resources, and Jim Weekley, Human Resources Specialist, State of WV Facts Present to critique the Marketing major were Mark Rohrbough, Sales Representative, McJunkin Corpo- ration; Connie Morris, Director of Marketing, B uzz Products, Inc.; and Jeffrey Boyles, B & W Produc- tions. "These individuals donated their time and expertise, some of them driv- ing considerable distances to do so, to assure excellence in education for tomorrows business leaders," Armentrout stated. The GSC busi- ness faculty extends its sincere appre- ciation to them for their support. The faculty also thanks President Robert Freeman for bringing greetings to the gathering and for sponsoring the din- ner for the guests." Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not sim- pler. --Albert Einstein is not an is Columbia West Virginia Corporation is seeking to buy standing timber and logs in North Central West Virginia. Columbia can also provide management plans for landowners to help in wildlife and timber management. Please Call: George Barr (304) 765-7689 or Charles Sperry (304) 622-6782. on is is "31 years dedicated to educating Gilm r County kids" Retired Teacher/Principal Paid the Candi honored this Thurs. Melissa Watson May 4th, Call Now For An Appt. at 462-7154 Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. To All Residents and Voters in Gilmer County; I am writing this letter on behalf of Jimmy C. Gregory, Democrat Candidate for Sheriff of Gilmer County. It is time for young new faces in the County, for the older ones are slowly fading into the sunset. Anyone who has ever worked, started his or her first day without experience. I, myself had not been inside a school bus until the day I took the test to drive it. I sure learned from experience over the 29 years tdro;ce tlae' JS If you have decided or not decided how to vote, STOP and think how many campaign promises are kept if the Candidate is elected. Also, your vote for Jimmy Gregory could make history as the youngest Sheriff of Gilmer County. Thank you, Ray Tumer, Lifelong resident of Gilmer County Paid for by Mr. Turner III On May 9th, show your Mother how nmch you redly love her. Let m take care of all the work and treat her and the rest of the fandly Co our cldidous buffet. ~ l~mt l~tCy Ham With Pineapple Sauce Chick~ Oxd~ Sleu with Momay Sauce Candied Sweet PoUtto~ Country Gretm Bea~ Stuffing and Turkey Gravy Steamed Asparag~ With Hollandaise Sauce Salad And Fruit Bars Ask'ted ~kes, Pies md Hot Fud~ lee Crmmt ~ Breakfast Buffgt Bn==kfast Omelet St=ti~a W=1]e Suaion Children Buffet Chicken Tenders Macarom and Cheeae Mashed Potatoes and Gravy [~Jggs: Slam ~ Ilffl 12 U Aramark Dining We are pleased to announce the Aramark and GSC Dining Services employees of the month for March 2004. For the Dining Hall & Kitchen, Mr. Richard Turner, and for PGs, Ms. Amanda Jenkins. Congratulations and Thank you for all your hard work. AMANDA JENKINS RICHARD TURNER