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Page IlIA The Glenville Democrat / Pathfinder-- Thursday, May 7, 2009 Byrd Announces Stimulus Funding for Community Health Centers U.S. Senator Robert C. Byrd, D- W.Va., is pleased to announce the release of nearly $7 million to 29 West Virginia Health Centers. This funding was made available by the American Recovery and Reinvest- ment Act. "Boldly addressing our: nation's, health care issues must be a key com- ponent of any strategy for long-term economic growth and prosperitL" Byrd said. "In West Virginia, we grapple with some of the nation's worst behavioral-risk factors and gaps in access to preventative care and edu- cation. This new funding will have a direct, immediate, and positive im- pact on the lives of West Virginians, especially in our more rural areas." Services at the community health centers may be expanded through such actions as adding new providers, ex- tending hours of operation, or widen- ing the variety of services that are offered, as well as through other meth- ods. Grantees submitted plans explain- ing how the funding would be used. The health centers that will receive funding, and the cities in which they are located, are as follows: Belington Community Medical Services Association, Inc. (Belington) -- $100,000; Clay Battelle Health Services Association (Blacksville)-- $141,936; Monongahela Valley As- sociation of Health Centers, Inc. (Fairmont)-- $206,735; Preston-Tay- lor Community Health Centers (Grafton) -- $220,670; Ritchie County Primary Care Association, Inc. (Harrisville)-- $176,270; St. George Medical Clinic, Inc. (St..George) -- $123,632; Change, Inc. (Weirton) -- $136,888; E.A. Hawse Health Cen- ter, Inc. (Baker) -- $177,637; Pri- mary Care Systems, Inc. (Clay) -- $171,019; Cabin Creek Health Cen- ter, Inc. (Dawes) -- $238,777; Wirt County Health Services Association, Inc. (Elizabeth) -- $192,437; Pendleton Community Care (Franklin) -- $148,928; Minnie Hamilton Health Care Center, Inc. (Grantsville) -- $199,900; Shenandoah Valley Medical Systems, Inc. (Martinsburg)-- $368,060; Val- ley Health Care, Inc. (Mill Creek) -- $190,890; Tri-County Health Clinic, Inc. (Rock' Cave) -- $241,486; Womencare, Inc. (Scott Depot)-- $382,786; Community Health Sys- tems, Inc. (Beckley) -- $426,100; Camden-On-Gauley Medical Center, Inc. (Camden-On-Gauley) -- $160,095; Tug River Health Associa- tion, Inc. (Gary) -- $189,866; Lin- coln County Primary Care Center (Hamlin)-- $189,758; Valley Health Systems, Inc, (Huntington) -- $860,967; Community Health Foun- dation of Man (Man) -- $177;214; Bluestone Health Association, Inc. (Princeton) -- $224,666; Rainelle Medical Center, Inc. (Rainelle) -- $160,357: New River Health Asso- ciation, Inc. (Scarbro) -- $339,269; Roane Co. Family Health Care, Inc. (Spencer) -- $170,141; Monroe County Health Center (Union) -- $209,829; Northern Greenbrier Health Clinic, Inc. (Williamsburg)- $140,822. Minnie Hamilton Goes Tobacco-Free Minnie Hamilton Health System is issuing a reminder to the community that beginning May, 1,2009, we will become a tobacco-free facility. Any- one wishing to use tobacco products will be asked togo offthe premises to do so. Minnie Hamilton would like to thank everyone for their patience and cooperation as we mplement the no- tobacco products standards. In an effort to ensure the needs of our patients are being met, MHHS is offering free cessation courses and/or materials for the public. If you would like more informa- tion, please contact Barb McKown at 304-354-9244. Since the introduction of these incredible jewels, created exclu- sively by Charles & Colvard and available at fine jewelry and department stores across the nation, women everywhere have discovered what it means to get that "all eyes on you" feeling sim- ply by walking into a room. 0 MSRP- S31 Now at BUTTER BALL, BRIGHT EYES, ORNERY, AND MUNCHKIN Can You Give Us A Loving and Caring Home? In October 2008, we were faced with a situation we had never had before. A mother cat rejected her five new-born kittens when they were a week old. The decision we made was easy, bring them in the house and trying to care for them. One small one did not make it, bqt the four others were fed by bottle with special kitty formula. They were kept dry and warm with hot water bottle and warm blankets. After weening from the bottle,they went to regular kitten food and regu- lar 2% milk. At this time the Litter Box was introduced and with no trouble at all, they started using it, never making any messes. These four kittens have now grown into beautiful house pets. One male "Butter Ball", is a soft yellow long hair and loves to be on your lap. Another male. "Bright Eyes." is a black and grey frosted long hair and also loves to be held on a lap. One female "Ornery," is black with grey stripes and spots. We named her "Or- nery" because when small, she was the one that kept climbing out of the box. The other female "Munchkin" is small and completely tortoise shell. We named her "Munchkin" because she is so tiny. These four cats have won our hcarts and I'm sure any one who would adopt any of them would fall in love with them. They need to go to a good home with someone to love themas we have. The reason far giving them up is that I have had one surgery, and am facing another one right away, and I am just unable to keep them. Even though they are six months old they still have kitten ways, play- ing with balls, etc. Any one of them would be a wonderful pet. If presented a bill from Vet. [ wil] gladly pay for neutering and/or spay- ing, call 304-462-8341 if interested ii!iii!iiiiiiDi:iiiii/i:iiii!:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:;::ii:iL ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :i:i::::::!:i:;i:i;:iiiiii::::!i:;:;=:.: ;::::::::: o:;::: :: ::::::: ::)X ::::::::::::::::n,:m,.:.::::::::::::::: H,: i . ...........  ............. !:i.;i!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!i!i ,:::=::::=.:::::=::=::=::::::::: tIiiii!':iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiili ==:::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .... 00,00::=:s,:%ii!iiiii!iiiii! !iiiiiiiii!!!!!!!!  iigi!iiiiiiiif =iiiii Quinn Stalnaker and Bayley Wellings prepare for the Dunamai Spring Praise Concert. Contact: Tamara Hough, 929 Mineral Rd, Glenville (462-8591) NOW OPEN I 276 East Main Street, SPENCER (304) 927-3470 . 1-800-649-4931 REGULAR HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m.- 6 p.m. www spencerautogroup corn Sat. 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. Closed Sunday We now offer Gift" Certificates." ' Don't forget Mother's Day, May 10, 2009. Shop Locally.... Coming Soon: Hand Dipped Ice Cream .... We need more crafters, call 304-462-7062 and leave a message, if interested. Hours: Mon. - Sat, 10 am - 2 pm Closed Sunday