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Page 2 -- The Glenville Democrat -- Thursday, July 2, 2009 -,. / J .... ?-: THE FESTIVITIES BEGIN -- Buddy Griffin and friends play a little bluegrass on Main Street, during the opening ceremony of the West Virginia State Folk Festival on Thurs. morning, June 18 (photos by Lisa Belknap, Staff Reporter). A NEW GENERATION OF WEAVERS -- Gilmer County High School student Cheyenne Belknap (center), receives some weavtng instruction from Gary and Millie Goetze, of the Jackson's Mills Heritage Guild during the festivities on Sat., June 20. ;PINNING AWAY IN THE COUNTRY STORE -- Erseline Rumback (seated center), of the Jackson's Mills Heritage Guilde, spins raw wool for Judy Marteney, of Mt. Clare (I-r), and Hampshire County Belle Louisa ink durine the festival on Fri.. June 19. GOT SOAP? -- Deborraha Brunette (above), of Mountain View, Arkansas, gave lively and informative demonstrations while making her "No Sweat Soap." She says the recipe and cauldron she uses both belonged to her grandmother. MUSIC ON MAIN STREET -- Folk musician Mike Morningstar, a Parkersburg native, plays several songs for those gathered in the singing tent on Fri., June 19. FELTING IN THE HOT SUN-- Cindie and Bob Etienne (above), of Heartfelt Creations in Petersburg Indiana, educate the public on pioneer skills such as felting. ii!iiiiill ::  .... !i!i!!::!iiiiiiiiii!iiii!!ii!!!!!i!!!!!!!iiiiii!i!/ i!ii!!iiiiiiiii!i;:iii!iiiii!:iiiiiiii!iil;i!iii!:iiiii!!ii!!i! iiii:ii00iii!i!!'i':000000i00!ii0000!ii00,!iiiiiiii!iiiiiiii!iiii!!iiiill .............. i ............... i ............................................................................... iil ! i!ii!i !ii iii iiiiii!iii! Jim Brandenburg & Tom R ' R|r  A Mage  Sen,0 r ; YVOriO K ng   RSe E)toffProofreader Biii wii[iams ! [- g Ed todCompute echnician (pa;,'[me) PattiC Ei|lso iHfic ReCeptinist/Ad Sales : :: cassandra Huff  N Retr/ph0tographer :; Bran d(ha  Spots Witer.Pht0giapht : Ge apl;   A Pro]esso Emer!t us/Cartist : Marl yn K rig- Tt/Off Ce ff/Rep0rter : : Periodicals Pta paid at GienVille, WV 26351: POSTMASTER: Se addss orrections tO: ......  . The GlenvilleDemocrat PO Box 458 108 Noah C0u Street, Glenvillei WV 26351 Phone (304) 462-7309 Fax () 462;7300 ' glenvillenews@gmaiLcom website: www.glenviilenews,com- Updated ASAP Available by Subscription Only, Pr ce =23 22 (taxtn uded) n Gilmer County1 Price '2S,68 (iax nclud) nWest Virgini= s Price: 33.00 (no tax requd) for Out,0f,State Subscribers; We cannot accept subscriptions for less than six months. VISA/MastetCatd accepted. MUSICIANS GATHER OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH ON MAIN STREET TO PLAY BLUEGRASS STUDENTS ARE TAUGHT TO WEAVE IN THE COUNTRY STORE