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nville Democrat, -.AIL RIDERS Y RIDE Associa- /Ride at the ,an Center on s' ap- be Saturday, Call (304) 462- .62-8572 if you need ,Lion. RED HATS Gilmer Gadabouts will journey to Shoney's in Flatwoods on Thursday, May 14 at 11:30 a.m. for lunch/meet- ing. Please inform Yvonne by May 11 if you plan to attend. We will carpool from Foodland parking lot at 11:00 a.m. BENEFIT DINNER Bring your wife, mother, or girlfriend for Mother's Day dinner May 10, 2009. Turkey, or Ham Dinner with the works. Proceeds go to Grandmother, Debbie Minnigh for travel, food, and lodging while grandson Blake Grogg is in the hospital. The dinner is by donation only, and will be held at the Gilmer County Recreation Center from 11:30 am to ? DOWNTOWN PARK AND STREETSCAPE PUBLIC MEETING The Family Resource Network will hold its first of several community brainstorming sessions on Thursday, May 14, at 5:00 p.m. at the Senior Center, regarding the recently awarded Congressional Appropriation Grant ($380,000.00) for a downtown park and streetscape. Park designs and streetscape ideas are welcome and encouraged. For more informa- tion contact Donna Waddell at 304- 462-7545. GLENVILLE STATE COLLEGE ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME Glenville State College will induct five individuals into its Curtis Elam Ath- letic Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 16, 2009. The banquet and induction ceremony will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the Ballroom of the Alan B. Mollohan Campus and Community Center on the campus of Glenville State Col- lege. This year's inductees are Larry "Dec" Stanley '59, Tom Gunnoe '64, Larry L. Chapman '74, Tina Burkhamer Cunningham '87, and Kim Creel '90. Tickets to the banquet and induction ceremony, which is open to the public, can be purchased by call- ing (304) 462-4122. Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly. --Langston Hughes Thursday, May Gilmer Goings On BENEFIT RUN There will be a benefit run held for Blake Grogg on May 16, 2009. The run will start at Tanner School. Sign- up is from 9-11 a.m. For more infor- mation, contact Jason Ferguson at (304) 462-7213. LITTLE KANAWHA VALLEY REUNION The Little Kanawha Valley Reunion will be May 24. 2009. It will take place at the Burnsville Community Park Pavillion. This is for all of the relatives and friends who were dislocated due to the Burnsville Dam. Pass the word around as we would like to see all of the old faces and some new ones. There will be a covered dish dinner at noon. If you play a musical instrument bring it and join in with others for a good time. There will be games and prizes throughout the day. If you would like to bring a gift for the drawings, feel free to do so. So Mark your calendars and join us for a day of fun, music and games, you may be surprised as to whom you may see. Hope to see youthere! GCHS CLASS OF 1969 FUNDRAISER The Gilmer County High School Class of 1969 is selling Avon to raise money to pay for door prizes, decorations, favors, postage stamps, name tags, etc. for our 40th class reunion. To help, please call Janis Campbell Derby at (304) 462-7597. Church News GILMER COUNTY GOSPEL SING Will be held on Saturday, May 9, 2009 at 6:30 pm at the Gilmer County Se- nior Center. Speical singers: The REAPERS from Braxton County. Ev- eryone welcome. BLUEGRASS GOSPEL SING There will be a Bluegrass Gospel Sing, Friday, May 8th., 2009. begin- ning at 7 p.m., at North View United Methodist Church (corner of 19th. Street and Pride Avenue) in Clarksburg.Groups featured are "Buck & Company" from Parkersburg, WV ,and "The Matheny Family" (with Kenny Kendall and Danny Reed), from Bridgeport. No admission charge, but a love offering will be received for the bands. Refreshments will follow in the fellowship hall and the public is invited.For more infor- mation contact: Pastor David Fisher (304-622-4613) John Holt (304-783- 4636) Mark Gainer (304-848-0853) You can send questions to Amy ...Dixon, _an exrcise physiologist who writes a monthly column for Women's Health magazine and stars in the magazine's two new DVDs, "Total Workout in 10!" and "Ultimate Fat Burn!" Just visit www'wmenshealthmag'cm Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays Grantsville 354-61 62 Mother's Day Dinner There will be a Mother's Day Dinner on Sunday, May 10. at the Upper West Fork Park. Serving will begin at 11:00 am. Menu: Chicken or Ham Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Green Beans Applesauce or Cole Slaw Dinner Roll, Drink, & Dessert '8.00 per meal. Children under 6, Eat free Carry OutMeals Available All proceeds go to the Rosedale Senior Citizen Building Fund. We hope to see you there. I i i i Truth or Tradition ? "Why do ye also transgress the commandment of God by your tradition?" Matthew 15:3 '+l " Your Invitation To The Dedication Of OUR NEW HOUSE OF WORSHIP Saturday and Sunday May 16 - 17, 2009 Schedule of Events: SA TURDA Y, MAY 16 9:30 a.m. Coffee and Donuts 10:00 a.m. Congreg. Singing 10:30 a.m. Tom Butterfield 11:00 a.m. Congreg. Singing 11:30 1.m. Frank Higginbotham 12:00 Noon Lunch 1:30 p.m. Harmony Four Quartet SUNDAY, MAY 17 10:00 a.m. Roy Pratt 10:45 a.m. Worship 11:15 a.m. Albert Farley 12:00 Noon Lunch 1:00 p.m. Congreg. Singing Father and Son Quartet STEER CREEK CHURCH OF CHRIST 3466 ROSEDALE ROAD STUMPTOWN WV 25267 FOR MORE INFO CALL: GENE H MILLER - 304 462-0384 E-MaiI: hmiller@rtol.net 2009 Our Neighbors ROAST PORK DINNER There will be a roast pork dinner or Obituaries MERDITH GLENN BUSH Merdith Glenn Bush. 76. of May 16 from 4-7 p.m. at the Burn Roanoke, VA; passed away on April House Community Buliding. Th 26. 2009 at the Lewis-Gale Medical menu includes a roast pork sandwich Center in Salem. VA. mashed potatoes and gravy, greer He was a devoted son. husband, beans, cole slaw, dessert and drinl, for a small fee. All proceeds go to. lather, and grandfather, and will be ward the Ritchie County Relay fol greatly missed by all who loved him. Life. He was born in Cox's Mill. on Au- ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW gust 25. 1932, to the late Buell S. and Roxie King Bush. The 15th Annua Spring Arts ant Glenn served his country in the US Crafts Show at Nicholas County Higt- Army and retired from Be]] Atlantm. School in Summersville is schedulec He worked for the phone company for for Saturday, May 9 from 9:00 a.m.- over 39 years and was known by his 3:00 p.m. There will be 100 booths, co-workers as "Little Shug". He was a Door prizes will be drawn hourly. The member of Life Church in Roanoke. grand prize is $100 and will be drawn VA. and served with his wile as Sc- at 2:00 p.m. You must be present to win the grand prize. Admission is by niors' Pastor. donation. Glenn is survived by his wile Wanda Burke Hukill Bush; daughters, Tina Thomason of Springdale, AZ, and ASCENSION PROGRAM AND Marcia Deitsch of Parkersburg; five GOSPEL SING grandchildren Morgan and Mason The Oak Grove United Methodist Thomason. both of Springdale, AZ; Church at Baldwin will be hosting an Lauren, Dakota, and Emily Deitsch acension program and a gospel sing all of Parkersburg; three step-chil- May 16 at 7 p.m. Featured singers wil den. Jim and Woody Hukill of Win- be Soldiers of the Cross, Robert Car- ter Garden, FL: and Penny Harrison penter, and others. All singers and ofSalisbury, NC; five grandchildren. everyone is welcome. Come and en- Selina Kelly of Eufaula, AL, Daniel joy the evening with us. and Mikki Hukill of Winter Garden, ['\\; ..................... " FL; and three step-great grandchil- dren: and his brother. Marvin Duane Bush of Parkersburg. [n addition to his parents, Glenn was preceded in death by his first wife, Phyllis Wynona Bush. The funeral service was held at the First Assembly of God in Parkersburg, with Rev. Joe Copole officiating. Entombment was be at Sunset Memory Gardens and Mausoleum. Leavitt Funeral Home in Parkersburg assisted the Bush family with arrangements. Smithsonian Roots Music Exhibition Opens The West Virginia Humanities Council is sponsoring a West Vir- ginia tour of the Smithsonian Institu- tion traveling exhibition New Har- monies: Celebrating American Roots Music. The exhibition will travel to six communities from April of 2009 through January of 2010. New Har- monies, kicked off its West Virginia tour at the Ice House in Berkeley Springs with an opening event on Saturday, April 11. The Humanities Council is provid- ing funds for each community to de- velop activities, displays and programs that highlight their local music tradi- tions. Representatives from West Vir- ginia sites have been involved in plan- ning for several months. A state plan- nmg meeting was held in Elkins in September 2008 to coordinate dates. tour logistics and brainstorm local program and exhibition ideas. Repre- sentatives from all the host sites con- vened in Berkeley Springs on April 8, for installation information from Smithsonian In stitution project direc- tor Robbie Davis and administrative details related to the tour. New Harmonies was developed especially for rural and small institu- tions. It features recorded music sta- tions, photos, objects, and text relat- ing the stories of a variety of forms of roots music and performers the likes of Bill Monroe, Mahalia Jackson, Blind Willie Johnson, The Chuck Wagon Gang, The Carter Family Bessie Smith, Bob Wills, Narciso Martinex, Woody Guthrie, and many others. The complete schedule for New Harmonies m West Virginia is: The Ice House. Berkeley Springs, April 10-May 22; B&O Railroad Heritage Museum. Grafton, May 29-July 5; Randolph County Community Arts Center. Elkins, July l 1-August 2[ ;Brass Tree Community Room, Williamsofi, August 28-October 9; "oufla; Museum of Southern West Virginia, Beckley, October 16-No- vember 30: Grant County Library Performing Arts Center. Petersburg, December 4-January 24. The tour is sponsored and coordi- nated by the West Virginia Humani- ties Council through the Museum on Main Street program along with gen- erous financial support from Verizon. The Museum on Main Street pro- gram is a partnership of the Smithsonian Institution and Federa- tion of State Humanities Councils with rural America. Established in 1991. the partnership was formed as a creative response to the challenges faced by rural organizations to en- hance their own cultural legacies. GGPTS Now offering Speech-Language Therapy at our Gassaway Location. We are pleased to be able to provide services for children and adults with communication and/or swallowing difficulties. For more information, please call us at For All Nutrient Management Needs [ Food Plots Poultry Litter Lime Fertilizer No Job Too Rough (304) 871-3928 Randy Travis to Perform at Flatwoods May 9 Considered a modern-day George Jones or Merle Haggard, Randy Travis has been entertaining audiendes with his New Traditionalist style of coun- try musm for more than twenty years. Hits such as "Diggin' Up Bones," "1982." and "Forever and Ever, Amen" have risen through the ranks to top the country music charts, while songs like "Three Wooden Crosses" and "Baptism" have taken Christian country music by storm. His deep, mellow baritone vome resonates the very being of every member of his audiences, and leaves each listener captivated by the melo- dies and touching lyrics of his songs. With record sales of more than 25 million, six number-one albums and 22 songs securing the top spot, it's no wonder Randy is the recipient of nu- merous national music awards, such as the Grammys, Country Music As- sociat.ion. American Music Assocation and Dove awards, to only menuon a few. The man even has his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. To attend one of Randy Travis's concerts is certainly a treat for any avid country music lover. Plus, when the venue is as urdque as his next visit to West Virginia, it makes the experi- ence even more inspiring. Imagine sitting under the stars on a late-spring evening with the sweet smell of hon- eysuckle filling the air, while a coun- try music legend serenades you. You can experience this first-hand for only one night, at only one location: Satur- day, May 9, at the Mountain Lakes Amphitheater in Flatwoods. A short, easy drive down Interstate 79 will bring you right to the spot Scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m., and economi- cally priced at only $35 per person (other than first row), it makes for a perfect evening. In addition to Randy Travis, enjoy the energic, distinctive musical blend of country, southern rock and blue- grass by the Davisson Brothers Band as the opening act. Made popular by their first hit single, "Big City Hill- billy," the Davisson Brothers Band brings a talent to.the stage that can only be surpassed by the main event If you want to stretch that perfect evening to the perfect weekend. Flatwoods offers a variety of addi- tional opportunities to add to the fun and excitement. Spend the day shop- ping at the numerous elite stores at the Factory Outlet Mall, such as Every- thing Fiesta and Amish Farms - Bulk Food. Enjoy the appetizing all-you- can-eat prime rib and shrimp cocktail buffet at the charming Visions Resturant, located in the Flatwoods Days Hotel lobby. While you're in the Day's Hotel, check into one of the newly remodeled guest rooms, work out in the fitness center and take a swim m the large indoor pool. Or drive the RV down and park in the KOA Campground to start the summer's camping season out right. Both the Ftatwoods Days Hotel and KOA Campground are adjacent to the Mountain Lakes Amphitheater. Tickets for the Davisson Brothers Band and Randy Travis concert are hot and selling fast. Order your tick- ets today by calling Mountain Lakes Amphitheater at 1-866-700-7284 or visit their website at www. mountabdakesamphitheater, com. There's no better way to start out the summer than with good music, good fun and a good time. West Virginia Receives Economic Recovery Funding In a move that stands to create jobs. boost local economies, reduce diesel emissions and protect human health and the environment for the people in West Virginia, the U.S. Environmen- tal Protection Agency has awarded the state $1.73 million. The funding can be used to support clean diesel projects and loan programs to address the nation's existing fleet of more than 11 million diesel engines. "This is how we create new. green jobs while we protect human health and the environment," said EPA Act- ing Regional Administrator William C. Early. "These cx)st economy and create new, green jobs that will im- prove air quality. The funds provided by the Ameri- can Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA) of 2009 will go to West Virginia's Department of Environ- mental Protection Diesel Emission Reduction program. Eligible projects include engine idle reduction and ret- rofit technologies, engine replace- ment. vehicle replacement, and clean diesel emerging technologies. In addition to helping to create and retain jobs. the clean diesel projects would reduce premature deaths. asthma attacks and other respiratory ailments, lost work days, and many other health impacts every year. Under ARRA's state clean diesel funding program, $88.2 million is di- vided equally through a noncompeti- tive allocation process, meaning that all 50 states and the District of Co- lumbia will receive $1.73 million. States. local governments, non- profits and tribal agencies can also compete for a portion of $206 million under ARRA's national clean diesel funding program. President Obama signed the Ameri- can Recovery and Reinvestmenl.At of 2009 on February 17, 2009 and has directed that the Recovery Act be implemented with unprecedented transparency and accountability. To that end, the American people can see how every dollar is being invested at Recovery.gov. For information on EPA's imple- mentation of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 in West Virginia, visit www.epa.gov/recovery. For information about EPA's clean diesel initiatives, visit www.epa.gov/ cleandiesel. I Building a New Home ? call Turner Drilling & Contracting 304-269-5295 Business 304-216-32 76 Cell-Jon For the Following Services: Waterwell Drilling Pump Installation Water Conditioners Septic Systems HAU Units Site Clearing and Excavation Road-Rock Basements Footers Pond Building and Cleaning KIDDY MONUMENT CO Proud :to serve GBmer Coun:ty since 1959 Se G:fanite - Qualiy Womanship Also 04re ring Computer Design 765 US-HWY 33 East o| Westort 26005573 or 1-888-269-!5573 Benefit Run for Blake Grogg $10 per rider I I]Start: O,d Tanner School-- Saturday, May 16, 2009 Ill ,,egi.,r.,o.s,a.sa, 9;00 a.m.-.-,0a.2. I ][ Limit two riders per 4-wheeler. Ride will be approximatel 40 miles. I II No ALCOHOL OR DRUGS!!! - I [[ Come and Have Fun/ I [I Prizes lst- $50, 2nd- $25, 3rd- $10 Door prizes, 50/5ODrawing I[I For more information, contact Billie Jo or Jason Ferguson at (304) 462-7213 or Mike or Kim Frymier at (304) 462-4321.