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I : :,!! ..LJ-..L: L[] ............ . .......... ] . : . _ ! lll i:] ...... ;ll .JIIIIIIUllIll111,,. :.illltlllllllllllllUIl Page 2 1 The Glenville Democrat -- Thursday, Julyl6, 2009 TAKING BLOOD -- Gladys Ellison (above right) has her finger pricked by Julie Beckner, of the Hospice Care Corporation, during the Gilmer County Health Department's Health Fair on Mon., June 22 (photos by Lisa Belknap, Staff Reporter ). VOLUNTEERS -- Betty Byrd (above left), former office manager of 37 years, and Wilma Hern (right), a former member of the Board of Health, welcomed residents and provided assistance during the Health Fair. iiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiii!i!iiiiii i:,iii  ! i DERMA SCAN -- Terri Lily (above), of Grantsville, scanned faces for traces of sun-damage. She represents the Northern West Virginia Rural Health Education Center, which covers eight counties. MINNIE HAMILTON -- Barbara McKown (right), of Grantsville's Minnie Hamilton Health Systems, spent the day educating the ublic on her company's name-sake a well-respected nurse who )assed away in 1981. !iiiiiiiiiii!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii STONEWALL JACKSON -- Mary Ellen Bragg, of STopnewall Home Oxygen Therapy, and Rick Thompson, a radiologist from Stonewall Jackson Hospital, spent the day educating the public. Published by CorcOran Nevslprs- The Voice o[Gilmer: County David H= C01'11:.:  lubiisheY/Eiti'tAdv-ert#3;hg Marg. Charlene Dulude -OffiCe Marager!Sales S.ff/Legal Ad CefldWeb Site Agent Jim B'andenbug: & Tom Rase(Retired}iAd Mar,e  Senior Adveilhg Repissentatives :vonne Ki=:Pe;sRelease EdioffProofreadr: Bill Williams !!! T Beigl::Edi/Cqier Technician (part-tim]- PairiC Ellison  Off{i ReptienJsVAd sales; Cassadra:.ltlulf - News R[:[te;;/Photographe[ B randy Bddlanllll' -:Spt$:WritrPhotog10rt George Hatpl; GSCAd PSt Emerit us/C a rloonist Marily ni:Kiilg p ;Ttjoffice taff/Reporter Periodicals Pcrsiil alienvilte, wv 2635:1; POSTMASTER: :Send::iiddress. corrections to: The 0000e.vm. O00mocrat .... " PO Box 458 108.North:Court:Street:; Glenville, WV 26351 Phone (304) 462-7309 ,- Fax {304) 462;7300,91en,illenews@gmaiLCom website: wwwgtenvilleneWS.com  Updated ASAP Price: =33.00 {no tax requi!fot:OUfState Subscribers. We cannot accept sl,scdptionsfor tess than six miSnths. VlSA/MasterCat.accepted. THE BONNIE BUS -- The Gilmer County Health De partment's Office Assistant Connie Hacker (above) poses with the mamogram machine on board the Bonnie Bus, a mobile office that travels to area events such as this. HOME HEALTH -- Carolyn Bowie (above left) and Rudy Easton (right), of Housecalls Home Health in Parkersburg, took time to educate the public during the health fair. Their company "Housecalls Home Health" provides at-home care for those who find it difficult to travel for medical assistance. Medicare and Medicaid are accepted. iiiiii!!iiii 00iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiii00i0000! , ii i i' ASSESSING BONE HEALTH-- Rick Thompson (above right), of Stonewall Jackson Hospital, performed an osteoporosis screening for Trish Cottrell. v00.n--I Cou00rd C00sh 00ic.ic