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Page~ 10,, --- Thursday, May 20, ~(~ia l~--The~ Glenville, Democrat/Pathfinder -0 ~ ~M argaret Radcliff WiseGilmerannounCeScounty 462-825o Promise Scholars Revolutionary War Era is brought to life at Glenville Elementary School Lois Stewart's fifth and sixth grade and homemaker. Finally students will students at Glenville Elementary helptobakeandsamplepopularhome- School will soon bring the Revolu- made pies from the era. tionary War era to life at their school, "The project allows my students to thanks to a McDonald's MAC Grant. really live history instead of reading The hands-on activities, part of a it," said Stewart. "Therefore, it be- project titled "Living History," will comes much more meaningful." take place from 9:10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Local McDonald's Owner/Opera- this Thursday, May 20, in the school toys annually provide funds to help gymnasium, local teachers Make Activities Count Students will begin their day with in their classrooms because candle dipping, then try their hand at McDonald's recognizes that lessons apple butter making, just like their become more meaningful when dem- forefathers did. Students will then onstrated with hands-on experiences. watch a quilt-making demonstration This year, McDonald's provided more by local quilters, and view authentic than $23,000 to 60 teachers in the Revolutionary War weapons. Visit- Pittsburghregion.Sincetheprogram's ing speaker Anne Bailey will walk inception nine years ago, more than students through a typical day in the $200,000 has been distributed to help lifeofaRevolutionaryWarerawoman students participate while they learn. more than $9.7 MILLION in all gm~es and prize amounts clalm(~l in March 2004 Garden Time "i,~ The election is over until Novem- hope the weeds don t Outgrow the bey. Will the signs along the road way plants. With hot days and warm nights be taken down? I hope so. Itwillmake to makes for good growing. mowing along the roads very diffi- School will be out soon. I wonder cult. And the burm sure needs to be how many students and teachers are mowed, doing the countdown? Then camps The Senior Citizens bus was upand fairs start. There is always some- Conings Thursday. Mildred Radcliff thing to keep families busy. was sick and didn't ride the bus. Happy birthday to Damon and Edna, Our garden is starting to grow. I and Virginia West of Troy. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ray Pritt and Mr. and Mrs. Bill (Jenny) Clark are pleased to announce the forthcoming wed- ding of their son Earl Ray Pritt Jr., to Miss Loretta Lynn Beavers, daughter of Harold and Barbara Beavers of Clarksburg. Gov. Bob Wise recently announced Gilmer County's third class of PROM- ISE Scholars. "As PROMISE Scholars, you rep- resent our best hope for the future," Wise told the students. "Your hard The wedding will take place at East work and dedication are being re- Clarksburg Baptist church, Sat. May warded today, and I hope you choose 22, at 3:00 pro. A reception will fol- to attend one of our state's colleges or low. universities." More than 3,400 high school se- -- 1::::: See for Small Busm. ess" [:]~roI!: hopes for the PROMISE Scholarship. niors statewide this year were eligible once students finish their Wise edu- ~-~ ] :i dAccounting cation, they will stay in West Vir- I : . :: ginia. FLYNN'S TAX SE:[I',I/IC[ Weare keeping our best and brightest right here at home to attend school," Wise said. "After gradua- tion, I hope you will look to our state 405 North LewisStreet Glenville, WV ily."t start your career and raise a fam- James & Anne Flynn 462-7603 jaflynn@rtoLnet PROMISE is a merit-based schol- i-- Tax Preparation. Accounting ,, Payroll Services arship program. To qualify, students __ _ must achieve a 3.00 grade point aver- Philip Wellman Eli R. Wallace, Jr. David Black Christina Skites Michael ~oadJames Hatrston Dingess Boomer Ona Graffon Sutto Backley $2.600 $2,500 $3,000 $10.000 $ 100,00 $6,200 3's A Charm Sarah Spry, Dingess $777 James Keith, Harnsvi~t $1,000 David Black, Ona $3,000 Roger Young, Hedgesvilte $777 Donald McCleary, Parkrsburg $1,000 Jessica Burns, Falrmont $3,000 No~ma J. Mitchell, 8el~1,0(30 Cora Butcher, V'mr~na $3,000 Gold Card Michael D Mitter, Mas~town $1.,000 Patdcia Fox. 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In addition, students must complete a FAFSA. Students from Gilmer County High School who received the PROMISE Scholarship are: Amber Adams, Clayton Barker, Aaron Bishop, Eliza- beth Butcher, Ashley Butler, Travis Caffrey, Hannah Chambers, Sandra Frame, Dustin Hem, Mitchell Hicks, Jennifer James, Jacob Lilly, Amber Lowther, R e b e c c a McCollum, Joan Powers, James Ratliff, Megan Richards Michael Shiflet. J Wise announces Calhoun County Promise Scholars Gov. Bob Wise recently an- nounced Calhoun County's third class of PROMISE Scholars. "As PROMISE Scholars, you rep- resent our best hope for the future," Wise told the students. "Your hard work and dedication are being re- warded today, and I hope you choose to attend one of our state's colleges or universities." More than 3,400 high school se- niors statewide this year were eligible for the PROMISE Scholarship. Wise hopes once students finish their edu- cation, they will stay in West Vir- ginia. ' ~ "We are keeping est right here at home to attend school," Wise said. "After graduation, I hope you will look to our state to start your career and raise a family." PROMISE is a merit-based schbl- arship program. To qualify, students must achieve a 3.00 grade point aver- age in their core and overall coursework as well as a minimum score of 21 on the ACT (with a mini- mum sub score of 19) or a 1,000 on the SAT (with a minimum score of 470 in the English section and a 460 in the math section). In addition, students must complete a FAFSA. Students from Calhoun Coumy High School who received the PROM- ISE Scholarship are: Holly B urch, Amber Goodrich, Tif- fany Hall, Melissa Hartshorn, Zachary Houchin, Chelsie Hupp, Victoria Lament, Katie Perkins, Steven Rogers, Kelley Sampson, Barbara Shock, Susan Sullivan. I, Charles "David" ess,would like to II the their su in Palltlcal IKI laald for by the calglidsl~. FACTS OF LAW[ By F. John Oshoway Cetlifwd Criminal Trial Lawyer by M.B.T.A. A Denver U.S. District Court judge struck down Colorado's new school voucher law, sling that it.violated the state's Constitution by stripping local school boards of their control over edu- cation. Some states require employers to provide up to sixteen weeks of unpaid maternity leave. A Connecticut Appellate Court has upheld a breach of contract claim by home owners who had claimed that their contractor had constructed an in- I ground pool in the shape of a kidney, I rather than a peanut, as required by their agreement. The civil law doctrine about water use stipulates that an owner may not channel or change the natural flow of diffused surface waters. The Equal Credit Opportunity Acl prohibits a creditor from whom you are seeking credit from asking whether you have children or plan to have children. Brought to you as a public service by F. John Oshoway P.O. Box 156 Grantsville, WV 26147 354-9204