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The eating utensils and coflee Red Cross Blood Services Announces Winners in WV Officials of the Greater Alleghenies Region of American Red Cross Blood Services have announced the names of additional individuals who have been randomly selected as winners of a $60 gift card raffled off among each day's presenting donors, as part of its 60th anniversary celebration during June. The raffle winner from June t 3 through June 21 is Kevin Cole, of Martinsburg. Regional officials stated that addi- tional blood donations are needed to replenish depleted inventories before the Fourth of July holiday. For most of June. supplies of O negative blood have stood at less than a one-day level. Currently supplies of A nega- tive and B negative blood types are also hovering at or below one-day supply levels. For more information about the American Red Cross. visit the region's website To donate blood, individuals: • must be at least 17 years old (in Kentucky, Maryland. Pennsylvania and Virginia, 16-year-olds maydo- nate blood with parental consent); • weigh at least 110 pounds; and • be in generally good health. Many individuals- taking medica- tion for chronic conditions may con- tinue to donate blood. Those with specific eligibility questions should call 1-800:542-5663 and ask to speak to someone in Nursing Collections. Don't forget the American Red Cross' Blood-mobile from noon to 6 p.m. on Wed.. July 8, at the Trinity United Methodist Church! Also, to volunteer to help on that day, call Coordinator Kay Moore at 304-462- 7051. *** True happiness consists not in the multitude of friends but in the worth and choice. --Ben Jonson will be provided. Bring a covered dish. auction item. and any memora- bilia and join us for the day. Jeff and Brend Litton, of Aden. NC. returned back to their home after two weeks' stay, in Ohio with her parents, brother, and family. We need to remember all the sick in our prayers, and also the soldiers. I am Gratefid Because God so loved me that he gave His only begotten Son, that I might be saved• Jesus. though He were a Son. humbled himself and became obedi- ent, even to the death on the cross. Jesus became Sin for me, dying in my place .... Jesus was tempted in all points like ME, yet be did no sin .... Jesus ever lives to make intelces- slon For ME... Jcst_lS Is COIllIIlE teLlln |) [lkC l"vl I{ [) glor) The Gemstone Corner Presented by Stan and Paula of Goldmakers Jewelry 462-4834 July Birthstone of the Month- Ruby Ruby is the birthstone for the month of July. The word Ruby comes from the Latin word "ruber" which means "red." Sanskrit, an ancient Indian lan- guage, used the word "ramaraj "mean- ing "king of gems" to describe this beautiful stone. Ruby is the red vari- ety of the corundum family. Ruby is known as the stone of love. It has been said the Ruby is capable of reconcil- ing lovers' quarrels. It was once be- lieved that if worn in a ring of th left hand or in a brooch on the left side, it would give the magical ability to live in peace among enemies. The Ruby was once thought to ward off misfor- tune and ill-health. Ruby is given as a symbol of success, devotion, integ- rity, health and passion. Accoring to an ancient verse ofanknown origin: "The gleaming Ruby should adorn. all those who in July are born. For thus they'll be exempt and free, ]rom lovers' doubts and anxiety." Ruby has a hardness index of 9 ( 10 being a diamond). July 13 Last Day for Intervenors to File in PATH Case The Public Service.Commission of West Virginia (Commission) ordered that July 13, 2009, at 4 p.m., will be the final day petitions to intervene will be accepted in the Potomac-Ap- palachian Transmission Highline. or PATH, case. Intervening parties are formal par- ticipants in the case responsible for answering discovery requests from other parties, presenting their posi- tion through written testimony and being available for cross examination at the evidentiary hearing. In order to intervene in a Commission case, a letter including the case number, the name and address of the petitioner. the name and addresses of the petitioner's attorney (if any), a clear and concise statement of the grounds for intervention and a statement out- lining the relief desired must be filed with the Executive Secretary of the Commission. Alternatives for participating in a Commission case without formal in- tervention include writing a letter to the Commission or speaking at a Com- mission-sponsored public comment hearing. Letters and hearing tran- scripts are official case documents considered by the Commission when making its decision. PATH. is a joint venture of Ameri- can Electric Power and Allegheny Energy to build a new 756V electric transmission line from the AEP John Amos Substation in Putnam County to the proposed Kemptown Substa- tion southeast of New Market. Mary- land. The proposed portions of PATH in West Virginia consist of approxi- mately 224 miles of high voltage trans- mission line in Hardy, Hampshire and Jefferson Counties. In order to be built, PATH must recmve a Certifi- cate of certifications from each state it travels through. More information may be obtained by accessing the Commission's web- site at, and ref- erencing Case Number 09-0770-E- CN. SAND FORK SCHOOL STUDENTS AND STAFF SAND FORK STUDENTS AND STAFF WALKING THE SCHOOL TRACK Sand Fork Students and Staff Help With Worthwhile Cause On Wednesday, May 27, Sand Fork school students and staff were walk- ing the school track to help with the Relay for Life. The walk-a-thon was held to help rinse money for the American Cancer Society. According to Mrs. Sharon Radabaugh, chairperson for the event. $900 was raised. Well done, everyone! Top money earners were Cloey and Noah Tomblin. Trey and Kylie Shuff, and Trinity Bancroft. The weather was great for the walk. and the Sand Fork PTO handed out bottled water to all the participants. Afterwards, treated everyone to wa- termelon slices. A huge lion's roar to Sand Fork students and staff for helping with this worthwhile cause. Update: 'Lost & You CAN STILL TAKE A Weston Fire Department  Found' items --VACATIONTHISYEAB-- • du ly 4th C reportsthefollowinglostitemsfoundGlenvilleP°liceChiefJ°hnM°ss elebration -:---  over the Folk Festival weekend. COME SEE PITTSBURGH'S MANY SITES x STAY AT THE The annual Weston Volunteer Fire to 8:00 p.m. and Mountain Fury will  ' They are as follows: apair ofglasses 3g] Department s 4th of July celebration perform from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. found on Main Street, and a credit will be held on Saturday, July 4, 2009, In the event of rain, the concerts will card found in the ATM machine at - © /" UnitedBank on Main Street. Identify at the Robert L. Bland Middle School take place in the Robert L. Bland AT THE CRAFTON EXIT (60A)ON 1-79 AthleticField.Bringtheentirefamily Middle School Gymnasium at the these items at the Police Station on and come enjoy a fun-filled evening, capped off with one of the largest fireworks displays in North Central West Virginia. This years fireworks are sponsored in part by Lewis county C.V.B. The members of the Weston Vol- unteer Fire Department spend many long and hard hours to put this cel- ebration together for the community, so come out and show your support and cheer on your favorite firefighters in the firefighter's competition at the athletic field. Concessions, games of chance, games for children, dunking machine and other activities are also available. For your entertainment the Richards Brothers will perform from 6:00 p.m. above mentioned times. Schedule of events: • 4:00 p.m.-Coronation of the Flame Queen at Weston Volunteer Fire Dept.: • 4:00 p.m.-Parade line-up, Robert L. Bland Middle School parking lot: • 5:00 p.m.-Feature Parade. Gates open immediately after parade: • 6:00 p.m.-*;)) p.m.-Richards Brothers • 7:00 p.m.-Crowning of the Flame Queen; • 8:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.-Mountain Fury; • l 0:15- FIREWORKS ! ! General admission, $4, children under 3-FREE. ALL SERVICE REALTY, INC. 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