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MISS WEST VIRGINIA: ALLISON WILLIAMS Miss West Ywginia visiting Sand Fork Elementary The reigning Miss WV, Allison Williams, will be visiting Sand Fork Elementary School to appear at a spe- cial assembly on Mon. May 24 to help support the school's character educa- tion program.. ..... Ms Williams ( ,~ . graduated summa cure laude in the top one percent of the 2003 West Virginia University graduating class with a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism and is a talented singer. While visiting Sand Fork, she will tout her S.T.A.R. program. This stands for "Start to Accept Responsibility," and is designed to help children learn to accept responsibility appropriately. The S,T.A.R. message is clear: Ulti- mately, only an individual determines whether he or she will succeed and it April and May meetings AnnNestorpresidedattheConings side Restaurant in Weston, with Ann CEOS meeting on April 20, held at Nestor presiding. Minutes and trea- her home. Naomi Hinzman had de- surer reports were accepted. Ann re- votions of Genesis l :l-19. Also read ported on the county council meeting was "It's Time for Spring." The rain- and that Gilmer County will be the utes and treasurers reports were read host for the Area meeting in 2005. and accepted. Cookies and pop donations are Old business included that mem- needed for 4-H Camp and Naomi and bers will lunch at Kathy's Riverside Ann will make cookies and Lona, Restaurant in Weston on May 7. donated the pop. Kanawha Drive will Additional dues paid were for Mary be requesting donations of food for Oldaker, Mildred Radcliff, Bobbie the Belle Luncheon and will be in Montgomery, Mary Emerson and contact with all the presidents with NormaJean Jordon. their requests. Mary Emerson ex- NewBusinessdiscussedwasmem- pressed interest in becoming a Belle bers providing the food at the auction next year and members agreed she at Regina Scott's on June 5. Florence should be nominated at that time. was given permission to buy paper Members discussed serving food at products and other items needed, the Auction at Regina Gordon Scott's Members will make several items, home on June 5th. Bobbie and Norma mainly pies. Also discussed was Jean to make chili, Lona donated changing the meeting place for fu- money for ketchup, mustard and on- ture meetings to the Troy area. Mary ions. Other members will make pies, Emerson to find a place and get back cakes, brownies, and etc. the members. Ann announced that Members tabled looking for an al- the Area Meeting will be held May ternate place to meet, as the key to the 1st in Salem. Several members will church has been given to Mary attend. Emerson. For next month, however, Acovereddishdinner wasenjoyed members will meet for a lunch meet- by all. Anyone in the community is ing again at Kathy's Riverside Res- invited to attend the meetings of the taurant, with members paying for their combined CEOS/Senior Citizens on own meals. the second Tuesday of the month. The lesson, "Butterflies and Birds" Please just bring a covered dish. was by Bobby Montgomery and dis- Conings CEOS held their May cussed and enjoyed by all. meeting on the 7th at Kathy's River- is only when one takes responsibility May Meeting for sel f--control and self-direction that goals become reachable in spite of The Meeting was called to order by visited regularly. Plus a lot of in/or- adversity. S.T.A.R. focuses on three President Bonnie Drake. The pledge mation. aspects of personal responsibility: to the flag was said by all. Business consisted of a report on accepting responsibility appropri- Devotions were led by Barbarathe area meeting in Salem. ately, taking responsibility for setting Reed, a reading of "God Gave Me A Senior Camp is the 1st week of and achieving your goals, and being Garden" also "Mothers Day Greet- June at the Recreation Center, 4-H responsible for lovingyorselfandoth- ings" a collection of quotes honoring Camp is June 7-11. ers. all mrthers. We are to furnish four dozen of "My message to children is that Roll call by Bonnie Drake due to cookies, andthree, two liter bottles of they are important to me, to them- Helen James abserlce, pop on Mort. evening. selves, and to the world; they can Treasurer's report by Donzella Refreshments were served by Ina define and reach goals; find they alone Villers was approved as read.Wood/oral and Donzella Villers. can determine success or failure, re- The May lesson "BirdsandButter- Meeting was adjourned! gardless of their situation," said the flies" was presented by Barbara Reed. Respectively Submitted by, reigning Miss West Virginia. With several pictures she had col- Club Reporter, Miss West Virginia plans to attend lected of her bird feeders and the Beulah Metz law school and hopes to practice/am- different non feathered friends who ily law. " Sand Fork Elementary is ............. extremely proud to have Miss West Virginia visit our school," said Prin- cipal John Wolfe. - -- !i~.,~,,.~~=''-- i; .... r ilIlI ,_11 ib.l ,r,r :~.g ; 1,~ ~.~i .L, [i h ( FR. I~w 19 TO THUt~S. MAY 27 "~ V SHREK (Pa) Wed.5/19 - Thur. 5/20 5:00 - 7:15 - 9:30 Fri. - Thurs. Evening 5:00.7:15 - 9:30 Sat, - Sun. Mat. 12:30 - 2:45 MEAN GIRLS ~,a) Wed5/19 - Thur 5/20 4:30 - 7:00 - 9:15 Fri - Thurs Evening 4:30- 7:00 - 9:15 Sat. - Sun Mat. 12:15 - 2:30 VAN HELSING pG-n) (R) Wed5/19 - Thur. 5/20 6:45 Fri - Thurs. Evening 6:45 Sat, - Sun. Mat. 12:00- 3:00 TROY Wed5/19 - Thur. 5/20 5:00- 8:30 Fn. - Thur, Evemng 5:00 - 8:30 Sat.- Sun. Mat. 12:00 -uc r bia 1 ooueTs Columbia West Virginia Corporation is seeking to buy standing timber and logs in North Central West Virginia. Columbia can also pr6vide management plans for landowners to help in wildlife and timber management. Please Call: George Barr (304) 765-7689 or Charles Sperry (304) 622-6782. THE DAY HAS ARRIVED - RELAY FOR LIFE - GILMER COUNTY FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2004 This Friday evening May 21 - 7:00 pm, Gilmer County Relay For Life will officially begin with the Survivors Walk at Glenville State College Pioneer Stadium Track. We invite all SURVIVORS to come out - register and wall