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Page 14 --The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Thursday, May 29, 2003 P t 7:30 Sat., May 31, 2003 i Terry Ellyson, President SunBridge of Glenville Students and Staff H& Glenville 462-4400 Grantsville 354-7770 Glenn's Auto Repair Glenville 462-5868 McCartney Trailers ] JTheStitchingPostEmb ideol I TO Memorial Hos Glenville 462-7749Hands Weston 462-8000 E-mail: dbush@rtol.ne Care W0 er Gilmer C0unty Ec0n0mic Devel0pment Ass0 PO Drawer 579 Glenville Reta Kight, President 462-7581 Jim Fealy, Executive Director i Ballard's Chevrolet Weston 269-3600 Weston 269-1522 Glenville 462-7454 Reed, Builder Glenville 462-8943 R0ckwell Petr01eum PO Box 179 Glenville 462-5743 Nichols 462-8612 Butcher and Butcher Law Firm 462-5767 Terry Glenville United Methodist Ministries Trinity United Metfi0dist Church The Wesley.Arbuckle Center Burnt S 1[ Yle ce Surveying, Engineering&Envir0nmentalServices AUTO RADIO SHACKI Weston 462-5634 462-56_31 ] 269-2638 1-877-269-2638 Beverly Marks, Clerk ___ mtr T WN.& of Glenville Linn 32 E. Main St. GlenvilleLinda L. Nolan, Owner Main St. 462- 5010 462-8494 462-8300 462-8364 GILMER COUNTY CONCRETE Glenville & Gassaway 462-8747 364-8340 GILMER COUNTY SENIOR CENTER 462-5761 Solid Waste D 462-5455 fion Glenville 462-8686 VILLE ELEMENTARY Students & Staff CUNNINGHAM'S STORE Tanner 462-8827 Circuit Lane Land Surveyor 462-5565 ENERGY CORP. OF AMERICA Glenville 462-5781 Congratulations.t DDS" FLYING W PLASTICS [ Dave's Backhoe TROY 52 Vanhorn462.5779Dr.. Glenville ODLLEGE Service -. GlenvJlle Run Vineyards Stud i ~omo-~ov~,o~.~.~ 462 5321 ['inner Principal I~ ~ -~1 I Gilmer County. State Farm Insurance ] ITh0-- -as~el Radab [ Sheriff's Department [ Board of Education 34 E. Main St." Glenville ] ] Glenville State College Ro?lack [ BestwishestoClassf2003"t [ SueWaggoner, Superintendent 462-7000 [ ! We're proud ofyou! Continued from page 1 these three students will participate in the ceremony. All graduating seniors should be at the school at 6:45 p.m. Those students earning "Highest Honors" are as follows: Heather Allman, Kristin Brown, Michelle Kight, Eileen Marsh, Jennifer Moore, Sarah Ramezan, Chere Skinner, and Stephanie Wemm. Those achieving "High Honors" are as follows: Jamie Allen, Jeanna Bailey, Alexis Butcher, Andrew Butcher, Juliea Butcher, Melissa Craig, Travis Fisher, Vanessa Garrett, Leslie Gordon, Kelly King, Corrie Lay, and Joy Wine. Those seniors earning "Honors" are as follows: Ryan Brett Chapman, Jeffery Cottrill, Brittany deRosset, Adrian Duelley, Joshua Edw'ards, Amanda Helmick, Joshua James, Seth McHenry, Brittany Miller, Susan Put- nam, Kandice Ramsey, Dustin Richards, Bryant Somerville, Johnathon Sprouse, and Benjamin White. The remainder of the Class of 2003 is as follows: Joshua Ash, Carolyn Barbe, Tracy Beall, Randy Bruce, Roseanna Bush, Melissa Clemons, Shanda Conrad, Jason Cottrill, Donni Finley, Matthew Hacker, William Hamric, Roy Heater, Ashley Hick- man, Jedediah Jones, Bryan Luzader, John Rodney McCord, William David McCumbers, Christina McCune, Jef- more frey Meade, Jacob Miller, Christine Moran, Travis Moss, Cody Moyers, Paul Nagy III, Stacy Oleson, John Peters, Argil Radcliff, William Rose, Justin Self, Jesse Smith, Jason Swiger, Nathan Thompson, Justin Townsend, Jason Wellings, Jamie Wilt, Jeremy TO Wolfe, William Wolfe, Everett Wright, Elizabeth Wyers, and Kelly [IFlt:I tO Yeager. Following the ceremony, a recep- tion will take place for the graduates, their families, and friends in the Com- mons Area. See the Gilmer County community's related "salute to these seniors" in the above congratulations advertisement. Rosemary Williams, a counselor at the school, is in charge of the corn-