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FAMILY RESOURCE NETWORK, CENTRAL WV RODEO QUEEN WlLLFORD BUSH-GOLF ~ JAMES M. SNYDER CHANTF~rl Inc. will hold its regularly scheduled Pageant has been rescheduled for family reunion will be held on Sun., Board of Directors and GeneraIMem- Sat. Aug 23, 2003. The categories July 13 at Mountwood Park. It will be bership meeting on Fri., July 11 at 12 have also been changed to Junior held in shelter #2 in the rear of the noon at the Community Showcase.Queen, grades 7 through 9 and park. There will be signs to direct The group will be discussing flood Queen, grades 10-12. Contestants everyone to the correct shelter. Pnzes awareness/preparedness, county will be judged on interview, introduc- and gifts will start around noon and " " " ~ "~ ' , ' ' clean up, food insecurity, physical tion, modeling of western ware, rood- lunch at approximately 1 p.m. All activity opportunities, tobacco inter- eling of formal ware, andashortpara- family and friends are welcome to Bonl on May 13. 1939, in Alnm,near(flenville.hcmovcdlc~Av, m.()il Memorial lh vent!on and much more. Volunteers graph about the contestant. To re- attend. Oh, daughter of the htt Ben Douglas in 19(~. Survivi,g are being recruited to work on sev- eral projects throughout the year. Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the wodd. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. (Margaret Mead) For more info, call 462-7545. THE GILMER COUNTY HISTORIC Landmarks Commission will meet Thur., July 10 at 6 p.m. at the Com- muniIV Showcase, 115 E. Main St. For info, contact Jim Bailey, 462-7507. GILMER PUBLIC LIBRARY Board of Trustees will meet at 4 p.m. on Tue., July 8 at the library. The general public is invited to attend. 4TH OF JULY BASH Starting at noon on the 4th at Mark Demastus's. Bring the kids and have a fun time. Horseshoes, Volleyball, Basketball, Swimming, Card games, Bonfire, Music and Food. Camping spots available. Fireworks at dark. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCI- DENTS. GED COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY On Saturday, July 12, 11:00 a.m., at Gilmer County High School, students in the Calhoun and Gilmer County Adult Education programs who have passed their GED (General Equiva- lency Diploma) exam will be honored in a commencement ceremony. Del- egates Brent Boggs and William Stemple will give commencement ad- dresses, as well as Dianna Flanagan, the ABE (Adult Basic Education) Co- ordinator at RESA V in Parkersburg. Following the commencement exer- cises, everyone will adjourn to the commons area to share in a covered dish lunch. Family, friends, and com- munity members are invited to bring a contribution to the meal and join us in celebrating our achievements. 4TH OF JULY TOURNAMENT The Glenville Golf Course will be hav- ing a Golf Tournament and covered dish dinner on Fri., July 4. Registra- tion begins at 1 p.m. Everyone wel- come. Sponsored by the Lady Golf- ers. GSC BOARD OF GOVERNORS The Glenville State College Board of Governors will meet Tuesday, July 8, 2003 at 12:30 p.m. in the Verona Mapel Room of the Heflin Student Union on the Glenville State College campus. The public is welcome to attend. For more information, please contact Ronna Dittman at (304) 462- 4129. MONTHLY MEETING of the Board of Directom meeting tot the County PSD will be held Men., July 7 at 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend. quest an application call 364-5576 or PERRY W AND ELLA M. MARKS and Faylee Ammons Kimhn~ugh. He served in the Army a~ a ~crgcan! ( 'hri.~ 364-2273. The 32nd annual Perry W. and Ella M~. Hoscy wits a homemaker, during WWI1 aml Ilk, Korc;m War. gr:mdparcnl~: FULL BOARD MEETING M. Marks Reunion will be held on mother, former employee el lte w;L~agr()und~kcci~,r h.3(~ycar~. ,";pr()u.~ell~ the Region Vl Workforce Investment July 13, 2003 from g am to 5 pm at Ridgewtx,,d Nursing Home, Coplcy. retiring a! age 71. patcrnal gn~ "Full" Board will meet Thur., July 17 the Gilmer County Rec. Center in ()h, agr;vJuateot'CopleyHighSch(.,I Mr. Suytlcrwasa mcml~,rol AvonPeggy Wagner.! from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the WV Glenville with a covered dish dinner and (.hristi~m by failh. VF~V Po.~t 7035 am, I enjoyed bird n:d grcat-gn~ High Tech Consortium - 2nd Floor at noon. Surviving is her husband, FnmkliJ) watching and hun!ira,, of Florkla: a~ Conference Room at 1000 Technol- CATHER REUNION P~elmar R~.~sevelt Holy of (.~)ple~. Survivors includc'hi,~ wilc of 57 aml .hurtle S~ 1 dry Drive, Fairmont, WV For more The Cather Reunion will be held at ()h. Four ~mghlers; Niecie ((hcryl) ve;trs. (;l;,tlys (Mc('u,nl~.r~). a son Nitaand!-~l.en~ J information about the meeting, con- the Gilmer County Rec. Center in Jack.~m, Shirley Edwards ;rod Lyn James(Mik, c)t,;nydcr,ffAvotLd.tttgh- aud wi~,t:s: ~,~.,.. tact Jeffrey G. Smith at (304) 368- Glenville on July 18, 19, & 20. The (Neres.~t) Me;ms ;dl of Akron. ()h. tcrs (,arohn l.(~wv of Avou I.:tkc N~wJna,town,~ reunion will start at 6:30 p.m. Fd. with Renee (Ane) Brightwell of Euclid. and Kim Zaiac o1 Avon: live grilled- N~rllt;|lHt)w.ll;~ hot dogs. Activities are planned for all ()h, eight sons: David Buccanon of children: live grcal-gratMchiklrc.:;tlltl olFh~rida. Jt'~llJ day Sat., with a covered dish dinner Los Angeles, (a., Fnmk }h,~y Jr. a sister. Marie Wilh,n,_, ol lhmtm,.,- l:h)rida.Ja~,~.~ at 5:30 p.m. A potluck lunch will be I:h)nd;t and R;~I~ YOU'RE INVITED TO ATTEND served at 11:30 a.m. on Sun. ;rod John H