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The Glenville Pathfinder- Glenville, WV 26351 The Glenville Democrat - Thursday, July 2, 2015 - Page 11 GOING STRONG - Brandy Moyer, Adelyn Moyer, and Peggy Johnson, RN, BSN at United Hospital Center. Cancer Center Receives .Care Weber Attains Orthopedic Certification Stonewall Jackson Me- morial Hospital (SJMH) is pleased to announce that Physical Therapist John Weber is now a certified or- thopedic manual therapist. He obtained this certifica- tion through a series of con- tinuing education courses and the completion of a prac- tical examination through West Virginia University. "I spent several years in the program from 2013 to 2014," he said. "It was set up as weekend courses and then I passed the written and practical examinations this past spring." The WVU certification is new for the Morgantown school. John is one of the first graduates for the certi- fication and there were eleven other students in the John began work at SJMHCouncil, Knights of Colum- in December 2000. He isbus, andHealthMinistry. He married to Rachel Garton, also is a lector. of Jane Lew, whom he met The Cecil B. Highland, The family drew inspira- at Wheeling Jesuit Univer- Jr. and Barbara B. Highland tion based on their own ex- sity. They both graduated Cancer Center at United perience. "Our family has from Wheeling Jesuit in the Hospital Center recently re- been greatly affected by can- 1990s and both received their ceivedadonationofchemo- cer the last few years, and Doctorates of Physical therapy care package sup- this was a great way to fight Therapy in 2006. He and plies from Brandy and back," said Moyer. program. Rachel live in Upshur Adelyn Moyer of Roanoke, "We are extremely thank- "I feel that the program County. He is originally W.Va. ful for donors like the Moyer really improved my critical fromMiami Shores, Florida. Instead of toys and other family,"saidPeggyJohnson, decision making skills," said John loves mountain bik- presents for Moyer's first RN. "Care packages help to Weber. "It has helped me to ingandridesforJoey'sBike birthday, the family re- givecancerpatientsthecom- match the correct patient Shop in Elkins. Heisoneof questedthatfriendsandfam- fort they deserve while pro- problem with the correct the Weston 5K Walk Run ily members provide sup- viding them with the peace therapy. For example, if a organizers, a race begun in plies for chemotherapy care of mind that someone is patient has acutelower back 2008. He is a devout Catho- packages. An abundance of wishing them hope, strength pain but with no pain past lic and attends Holy Rosary blankets, socks, toiletries, and patience as they endure theknee, I can make a better Church in Buckhannon, activity books and snacks the tribulations of cancer therapy choice for that pa- where he belongs to the Holy were the result, treatment." tient now." Name Society, Pastoral Economic Impact Study for Appalachian Corridor System be hindered by budgetary constraints. The Appalachian Re- gional Commission is now taking proposals for what it considers to be a major eco- nomic impact study. Pro- The Robert C. Byrd Corri- of Kerens and head north- dor H Authority praised the east toward Parsons. The Appalachian Regional Com- project will utilize a Public missiontodayforitsforward Private Partnership for fi- movement on an economic nancing. This system allows impact study of the entire new construction in West Appalachian Development Virginia that may otherwise Highway System (ADHS). The ADHS includes Cor- ridor H in West Virginia, as well as the completed high- ways of Route 19 through Summersville (Corridor L), Route 50 (Corridor D), 1-68 (Corridor El, Corridor G from Charleston to Pikeville and Corridor Q connecting Monroe County to Virginia. "This new economic im- pact study will look at the impact of the highways themselves," said Hobble Morris, President of the Cor- ridor H Authority. "Aside from the obvious economic benefits of the construction, there is lost opportunity for every year that the system is not complete." The economic impact study comes 50 years after the Appalachian system was started. The ADHS was con- ceived as a way to connect land within the rugged moun- tainous area stretching from New York to Alabama to the nation's interstate highway system. Planned as a 3,090- mile network of four-lane roads, more than 2,500 miles are complete, with many more under construction. Morris further explained, "Eighteen months ago, the Corridor H Authority com- missioned an economic im- pact study that found our re- gion will lose $1.25 billion if we do not complete Corri- dor H by 2020 - instead of the currently expected 2036. We are proud to have worked with the ARC to have them incorporate these same lost- opportunity economics in this study." Corridor His the last high- way of the ADHS in West Virginia to be complete. Sev- enty-six percent of the high- way is either finished or un- der construction. West Vir- ginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin ........................................................................ announced earlier this month that the next section of the ......... ............ highway would go to bidlater . this year. The section will. begin near the community posals are due July 17. More information can be found at: http :// grantsandfunding/con- tracts/RFPEconomic- Analysiso-ftheADHSJun- e2015.pdf Through out July- Historic; Paranonnal, Photo Tours and Ghost Hunts at Tran~ ~lleg~ny Lunatic Asylum. Call 304- 269-5070 or visit httpi//tr~ns~a[le for more intonnation. "Night Swim" every Friday evening at the Lewis County Park from 7:00-10:00 p~ml Ca!! 304~269-6599 lbr additional information. .... July 3&4 - This fndependence Day weekend, don't miss a fantastic Lakeside H~wo~ks sl~w! $5/car entry fee on Fri- day and a live concert 0fi tlte: Roanoke ActMty Plaza's awn $5/car entry fee on Saturday~ Please bring your own chairs. Food and Beverages a~ailable for purchase. Call Stonewall Resort at 3~269 7~00 for details; July 4- Parad~ iS at 5:00 line up is 4:00 p.m. WestonVqi~nteer ~ii'e l)~pamn~i!~ ~ Annuat 4h of July Pa- rade & ~04-269- 2349 foi'}~re i~formati0n July ~; "Tom Thuinb" Fishing TOurnament from 10:00 a.m.- nooh at Broken Wheel Campground. Call 304-269- 6097 for m0~ infocmation. July 16~12 }~Giass gesi'! iiO0 !fie Am!oai Wv American Marble S ho6t~:~ i ~u~ii~igemai AppgiaCh ianGI ass in Weston. Hours Fri.. 12:00 p m ~6i00 pl m ~Sat., 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Sun., 12:00 p!m to4:00 p;m. Call 304-269-1030 for more information. July 15-18 : l~wis Cotmtv: Fair. Visit http://www. July 17 - Th~:N~yl~m Drag Show' at Trans-All%heny Lunatic Asylum uth: at 8!00 mt. Call 304-269-5070 for additional information. July 17-18 - the Nlin~l Bull ...... Rid6 at Spiker Farm in Jane Lew. Visit,com for more information July 19-23-Jatn~)~ee at the Miil Call 304-269-4660 for more information. .... :i ..... * All events are subject to change. Please Call ahead to confirm details'. For more information on these and other events, contact: Lewis County Convention & Visitors Bureau (A Certified WVCVB) 499 US Hwy 33 East, Weston, WV 26452 .304-269-7328 Fax 304-269-3271 or www.stonewallcountry.corn iii!ii;iiiiii iiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!i!ii!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiii i: il !i!i i:iili ii!i!;!iiii!/ i i BeanBags ~!i!! 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