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Page 4B --- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfmder -- Thursday, May 13, 2004 WEIGHT WATCHERS MEETING WOMEN'S HEALTH AND Weight watchers will meet every WELLNESS WORKSHOP Monday at the Trinity United Meth- odist Church, 112 East Main St., *A Women's Health and Wellness Glenville. Weigh-in is at 5:00 pro, the Workshop will be offered free of meeting starts at 6:00 pm. charge on May 13, 2004 at 5:30pm at the Fimt Baptist Church, Main SMALL BUSINESS Street, Glenville. The community is START-UP WORKSHOP invited to come and learn about can- The Family Resource Network will cer risks and prevention. Topics be sponsoring a workshop entitled include: breast and cervical cancer, "Starting Business in West Virginia" colorectal cancer, skin cancer, and on Tues., May 18, from 10 am to 12 nutrition. Kathy Helmick, RN and noon, at the Community Showcase Cancer Information Specialist for located at 115 East Main St.,WV BCCSP will be speaking. The Glenville. Paul Cook, of the WV Small event is sponsored by Gilmer Pri- Business Development Center will be mary Care and the Gilmer County conducting the workshop. This ses- Health Department. For details call sion will provide information for the Julie Beckner at 304-462-7322 or successful start-up of a small busi- Iris Tallhamer at 304-462-7351. ness venture and allow attendees to ask questions and discuss issues fac- AMERICORPS "BABY CLOSET" ing prospective entrepreneurs. Top- is in need of a crib or bassinette for a ics will include business planning, le- newbom, who will be joining their fam- ga/ structures, financing, licensing, ily in app. two weeks. PLEASE drop record keeping, taxes, employees and off at CRI Glenville or call for pick-up more. There is no charge for the work- at 462-8698. shop. For further information and/or RSVP please contact Donna Waddell at 462-7545. GILMER CO. BOARD OF HEALTH Will meet on May 18, at 4:30 in the WATERSHED COALITION conference room at the Health Dept. In the near future, the Canaan Valley The public is invited. Institute along with the Gilmer Water- shed Coalition will hold meetings in FOOD DRIVE various communities to review the Sandra Hess and Sandm Harding am status of the flood mapping and to sponisoring a Food Drive to re-stock discuss upcoming free classes on the CRI food pantry, May 17-21. watershed related topics. The meet- Please drop off donations at CRI or ing for Cedarville is scheduled at the call 462-8698 for pick-up. Cedarville Fire Station on Men., May 17, at 6:30 pm. A meeting for the REPUBLICAN WOMEN Rosedale area is scheduled at the Rosedale Community Center on The Gilmer County Republican Thur., May 20, at 7:00 pm. Meetings Women will hold their regular meet- will also be scheduled for Glenville, ing Monday, May 17th, 1:00 P.M. at Sandfork, Tanner and Troy. Please the Gilmer County Senior Center. contact Donna Waddell at 462-7545 Members,please plan to attend. for morn information. Guests and other interested people are welcome. ATTENTION ALL SIXTH GRADERS Them will be a sixth grade field day at the Gilmer County Recreation Barn on May 21. Conservation subjects will be discussed. Lunch will be pro- vided. CEMETERY CLEAN UP The Horn Creek Cemetery clean up and annual meeting will be held May 22. Clean up will start at 8:00 am with the business meeting at 11:00 am. All persons having an interest in the Horn Creek Cemetery are asked to come and help in the clean up. The Cemetery looks good thanks to those who have helped in the past. With a good turnout the work should be com- pleted in time for the meeting. You are encouraged t(~attend the meet- ing and help make decisions on those items of business that will effect the future needs of the cemetery. Thank You. FUND RAISER A Yard Sale at the Baldwin Commu- nity Building on Fri., May 14, from 9 am - ?, is being sponsored by the Home Makers Club to raise money for the building. RETIRED SCHOOL EMPLOYEES The Gilmer Co. Assoc. of Retired School Employees will hold the me- morial service dinner May 18, at 6:00 pm at the Gilmer Co. Recreation Center. Bring volunteer hours worksheets to the meeting. Reser- vations may be made for the dinner by calling Gloria Summers at 462- 7587, or Helen James at 462-5369. FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY Will meet Monday, May 17, at 10:00 am, at the Gilmer Public Library. Pub- lic Welcome. 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 frequent the businesses that take part in this program. All proceeds go to the county Special Olympics program. GILMER COUNTY TO DISCUSS Fimt District Congressman Alan B. Mollohan's Area Representative, JaneMerandi, will be available to visit residents of Gilmer County to dis- cuss with constituents any problems conceming 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. Memndi is scheduled to visit the Senior Center on the fourth Thursday of each month. FOLK FESTIVAL MEETING There will be a Folk Festival Meeting on May 14, at 4:30 pm., in the yellow annex building of the Holt House. illll ESTATE AUCTION OF EULA N. KIRKPATRICK SATURDAY, MAY IS, 2004 AT 10:00 A.M. STEWART'S AUCTION CENTER, JANE LEW, WV ~IIIllVK I!) NE(~UlligD ~OTNIClN~NIIIIII,E FOR .~'CIDKWrll ('A~I! OII w,;oooo ,t.cK ~NROIII~'IKMK,NI'~ DAY W IIAIJ~. OW, I(NIIIK IquN'rl[I) MA~IAI. & IIONK '~DKII~'. ?1 A~c'l:kum Ddve ~lme ~, ~ 2t~78 (304) M4-7s0s A UCTION EF~IIS/CON sI ] LTAN'I'S: "ilia (Or) uII, WE ,~=RVE ALU" Emldl t stoworllouCtJon Welmlte: BOll s'rWART JR. - WV-1125 BOB FITEWART III - WV-t292 Pay Ju=t $ 9e and ncelve a INs.go unit oo your 1st Idfl, matdq tire BcN-0BH 301 W /Mm FIIB DISH3OI~ ,~ o I4,N mmmlp ~mmm~mama~o~ GET AMmCA'S .,TOP 60 FARMERS MARKET The next Minnora Community Farmer's Market will take place at the Minnom Community Center on Tues., May 18, from 10 to 1:00. Anyone with produce, plants, or small livestock is invited to participate. Free space is available to anyone with home grown farm products if they provide their own table (rentals am available). Farmer's Markets am also scheduled for June 5, 15, 26 and 29. For details and reservations call 655-7149 between 9:00 am and noon. BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL The Upper Wast Fork Park Blue- grass Festival will he held on May 27, 28, and 29 at Upper West Fork Park in Chloe. Featuring: Jam Ses- sion-Thurs., 23 Special - Fri. and Sat., Green Mt. Boys- Fr. and Sat., Killbuck Valley - Fri and Sat., Big Otter Bluegrass- Fri. and Sat., Denny Dobbins andFriends - Fri. and Sat., Muddy River - Fri. and Sat., Elk Val- ley Bluegrass - Fri. and Sat, Country Mix - Fri and Sat., Spirits of Blue- grass- SaL only. Events: 50/50 Draw- ings, food concessions, restrooms, camping w/electric available (1st come, 1st served). Crofters and Flea Marketers welcome (fee required). No drugs or alcohol. An admission will be charged. For morn info, call 655-8563 or 655-8280. LANDMARK STUDIO Landmark Studio for the Arts, Sutton, presents.Who's Afraid of Viroinia (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. pate all three days. All family mem- bers and friends of Henderson and Flora (Duffield) Hughes and Florence Goad Duffield are invited to attend. Please call 304-757-3566 for more information or directions. KANAWHA VALLEY REUNION The Little Kanawha Valley Reunion will be at the Bumsville 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 he awarded, so if you would like to bring a prize 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, some new faces this year. , ROANOKE REUNION Come visit with friends and family Sun., May 16, at the Stonewall Jack- son Park, Multi-Purpose Bldg., all day, free admission for the reunion. Bring a covered dish. Chur h ANNUAL FABRIC SALE The American Baptist Women of West Union Baptist Chumh will hold their Annual Fabric Sale on Sat., May 15 at the Lion's Club Community Building. TROY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL APRIL STUDENTS: (I-R) Halley Wilson, 1st grade; Jessica Jones, 3 rd; Mya Beron, Kindergarten,2nd Row- Chaz McCollum, 4th; Taylor Somerville, 5th; Greg Curry, 2nd. Absent from Photo: Tessa Hickman 6th grade. Agriculture Tractor and Safety Courses- Pesticide Safety The farmer is engaged in one of the top two most hazardous occupation that have the highest death rate in the nation, as reported by the National safety Council. Agriculture has had this ranking for the last 25 years. Everyone in agriculture knows some- one whose life has been affected by a farm-related injury or death. The sta- tistics are sobering. Even more tragic is that most of these accidents could have been pre- vented if simple safety precautions had been followed. A Tractor safety unit will be offered to Increase farm safety awareness with the intent of encouraging farmers to adopt safe farming practices. 202 Court St., West Union. The sale A Pesticide Safety unit will also be will be one day only from 9 am to 2 offered.Thoughoftenmisunderstood pm. Come eady for the best selection, to refer only to insecticides, the term pesticide also applies to herbicides, fungicides, and other substances used to control pests. Pests can be insects, mice and other animals, unwanted plants (weeds), fungi, or microorgan- isms like bacteria and viruses. Safely using pesticides depends on using the appropriate pesticide and using it cor- rectly. Safety issues when using pes- ticides, such as proper clothing, goggles, respirators, storage, disposal, will be discussed. The course, which is offered through West Virginia University Extension, includes two hours of classroom ac- tivities and safety demonstrations for adults. The course will be on May 24, 2004 from 6-8 pm, at the Community Showcase. Please call the Gilmer County Extension Office at 462-7061 to register for this free course. THE MCKAMEYS The MoKameys will be performing at HOMECOMING the Parkersburg Christian School in Pisgah Methodist Homecoming will be Parkersburg on Saturday, May 15 at Sun., May 30 beginning at 2 pm at the 7:00 p.m. Tickets are available, call church located approximately eight Joe Brookover at (304) 295-7435 for miles west of Glenville on Rt. 5. The ticket information, musical program will include Heaven's Harmony Quartet, Norfolk and South- YOUTH COUNCIL MEETING :l'he Region VI Workforce Investment Board Youth Council will meet Thur., May 20. The meeting will take place at the Fairmont WORKFORCE West Virginia Center in Fairmont starting at 10:00 am. For morn information about the meeting, contact Michelle Markovich at 304-368-9530. Reunions CEDARVILLE SCHOOL Cedarville ,~hool, reunion to be held Sun., May 30 at Cedar Creek State Park, shelter #2. Bring something for the auction, pictures or any memora- bilia. Please come and bring a cov- ered dish, eating utensils will be pro- vided. We will eat at 1:00 sharp. Hope you can come and enjoy the day remi- niscing of old school days. HUGHES-DUFFIELD The annual Hughes-Duffield reunion will be held on July 2, 3, and 4 at the family home place in Duck (Clay County). Them will be a pot-luck pic- nic lunch on Sat., July 3. Please bring something to sham. An auction will be held to raise money for expenses. If you have an item to donate, please bring it with you and join in on the bidding fun. Camping out is encour- aged for those who want to partici- ern, Steve, Leonard, and Jim Stalnaker. Rev Robert H. Nicholas and wife Eleanor will lead the congrega- tion in song. Everyone welcome. WORSHIP CONCERT Doxa Dance Company will host a wor- ship concert, "Kinsman Redeemer" on Sat., May 15, at 7:00 pm, at Hori- zons Church, Lost Creek. Narrators for the evening are Pastor Sam Schwenk of Fellowship Bible Church, Bridgeport, and Mrs. Jane Aves of Christian Assembly, Nutter Fort. The company will interpret the redeemer theme of the Bible as revealed in the Old Testament book of Ruth and the gospel of Jesus Christ. SPECIAL SING The Little Kanawha Independent Church at Burnsville will have a spe- cial sing, May 15, at 7 pm. Special singers will be the Brighterside Quar- tet. Pastor: Ronzel Roberts. Bring a friend and join us. REVIVAL The Little Kanawha Independent Church will start its revival May 16, at 7 pm, each evening. There will be special singers each night and preach- ing. Pastor Ronzel Ro!;~erts. We in- vite you to bring afriend and join us in our services. Glenville Moose Lod #2604 ge Visit "Chipper" at the Glenville Moose Lodge Eaterys private dining room. Open Tuesday- Saturday 4:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. *Daily specials* Steak * Seafood * Pasta * Affordable prices Comfortable family atmosphere. Members andGuests Come Join the Fiesta! McDonald's Premium Salad lineup is expanding with the introduction of the new Fiesta Salad. Our healthy blend of salad lettuce is topped with cheddar-jack cheese, tangy taco meat and crispy tortilla chips. The fiesta is completed with a generous serving of Newmans Own ,Salsa and sour cream. Try this exciting new addition to the McDonald s salad lineup for just $3.99. Ol ,] ] I Our triple thick I Open 5:ooam Mon-Sat II milkshakes are I always3ust rn ht, 6:00am on Sundays II a way " "g I | or night. I McDonald's of &l~nville 4~2-~oIo See us for Small Business PayroU [ and Accounting t 405 North Lewis Street - Glenville, WV James & Anne Flynn - 462-7603 .jaflynn@rtoLnet Tax Preparation. Accounting Payroll Services HER PRIMITIVES' ~ PLOYEE OFTHE MONTH Panther Primitives in Normantown is pleased to announce our latest Employee of the Month: Sue Moore. Sue is in charge of Darby Rentals and has been keeping very busy handling a lot of rentals tasks. As a Panther customer service representative she also handles many of our Panther custom quotes and large orders. She has been offering to work extra hours to make sure our "customers hear a friendly voice when they call. / Thank you, Sue for your extra effort. Congratulations on being Panther Primitives Employee of the Month. Thanks! Theresa Darby Primitives MetaL Nt oF the ran prouse BraN=IoN ,S a jdN or at Co. i Sa School ,S SoN oF S1;eqe aNd Mart.eee sprodSe oF NorlulaNtoll l.. SraNdON ,S ver 0N1;ereSted the i )jeetS We do, and t,l',eS 1;o do a 8oOd job ON every' project. FOLLOWS 0NSWOeboNS and LW3 S oN taSK. Be 0S a 8ood StrideNt, to Haqe el.aSS. Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center cornme II Brandon for this well deserved awarU'tu, Ii For Details of other Career Center courses oI s ay, lj ca. 304-354-6151. II- G q~ r~ is t~ fn in D C A B V [ F E 1 I- t i t