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• Page 6 -- The Glenviile Democrat-- Thursday, July 16, 2009 Gi/00 er Sports Seen e For sports information, call: 304-462-7309 34th Annual Golf Tour.nam,ent to Held July 25 26 be Seven indicted by July Grand Jury cont'd ... Continued from page 1 Kathy Mae Marks, of Glenville, appeared, represented by her attor- ney, R. Russell Stobbs, of Weston, and entered a not guilty plea and asked that her case be continued to the No- vember, 2009, term of Circuit Court. Her plea was accepted, and her case was continued. However, she then flunked her drug test, and was sent to Central Regional Jail (CRJ). Her trial is now set for October I. Tabitha Gibson, of Glenville, ap- peared represented by her attorney, The 34th Annual Carlos Ratliff Memorial Men's Amateur Golf Tour- nament is scheduled for July 25-26 at the Glenville Golf Club. The entry fee is $85 per person, which includes green fees, cart, and lunch for both days. Flights and second round pairings are based on the first day scores. There is a free practice round week preceding the tournament. There is an entry form for the tournament that 304-462-5907. All entries must be submitted by July 23. Christina Flanigan, of Buckhannon. must be completed in order to com- She entered a not guilty plea. and her pete. For further information, please call trial, set for October 7. Dustin Chad Reed appeared, rep- Foggy Bottom Golf Center Grand Opening Aug. 1 The Foggy Bottom Golf Center hot dogs from ll:30a.m, tol:00p.m, aways, free lessons on site, anddemo grand opening event is scheduled for Also, there will be the Mid State clubs available. Saturday, August 1, from 11:00 a.m. Chevrolet "Back of the Truck" Com- Kids, ladies and beginners wel- to 4:00 p.m. petition, come! There will be FREE Custard Stand Along with this will be prize give- resented by his attorney, T. J. Drake. of Sutton. He entered a plea of not guilty, and his case was continued to the November, 2009 tenn. However. he also flunked his drug test, so has until 4:00 p.m. on Wed.. July 15 to produce the list of medications pre- scribed by his doctor, or he will be sent to the CRJ. Steven Ronald Crislip appeared, represented by his attorney, Garth Beck, of Clarksburg. He entered a not guilty plea, and his case is set for trial October 27. Jesse Lee James Milk is currently Baseball Tryout and Hitting Camp Coast to Coast Baseball would like choose to represent the USA in corn- to invite local players (ages 10-18) to one of our upcoming tryout events. At the tryout, our staff will evaluate your skills in four areas: hitting, fielding, arm strength, and speed. Players who are accepted into the program may petition in Puerto Rico or work with top college coaches and pro scouts at one of our Arizona or Florida Camp and Showcase events held at a MLB spring training complex. In addition to the tryout, an instruc- i:)Oi13E 2009 MODEL YEAR DODGE RAM 3500 QuadCab 4x4 Long Box Save $9,207! 6.7L Cummins Turbo Diesel, 6 Speed Manual Transmission, Factory Exhaust Brake, Single Wheel Group and more! MSRP $45,520 This weeks Special $36,313 *includes MidAtlantic rebates, see dealer for detail Country Club Chrysler-Route 19 S, Clarksburg 1-800-424-7611 i Community Survey Need answers in § business days same day. The goal of the camp is to help players improve hitting funda- mentals, as well as their mental ap- proach at the plate. Events will be held at West Virginia State College (college baseball field), in Institute• The event will be held Saturday, August 8. The tryout will be at 10:00 a.m. and the hitting camp will begin at 2:00 p.m. Since the summer of 2001, nearly 2.000 athletes from 46 states have participated in the Coast to Coast Baseball program. Our alumni now compete at every level of collegiate baseball and even professionally. For more information, players and parents can visit our website. Register for one or both events on our website or by calling our office. The website is www. CoastToCoastAthletics.conl and the phone number is 740-373- 4455. in CRJ and is represented by R. Russell Stobbs, of Weston. His trial is set for tional hitting camp will be held the September 29. Jessica Lynn Self appeared and was arraigned. She entered not guilty pleas to all counts, posted $5,000 surety bond, and T.J. Drake was reap- pointed to represent her. Her trial is set for October 27. Circuit Court, July 14 Other legal actions taken by Judge Jack Alsop on July 14 in the Gilmer Circuit Court, with Karen Elkins be- ing the Circuit Clerk, were as follows: Five pleas were scheduled. State vs. Waymond E. Jones II: Jones was scheduled to plead to a misdemeanor, but the Judge refused to accept a mis- demeanor plea. He is represented by Todd Mailess, of Charleston, and his trial is now set for September 2. David Allen Shaffer pled to grand larceny, and his sentencing is set for September 14 at 1:00 p.m. He was represented by Bernie Mauser, of Sutton• State vs. Benjamin Lee Donaldson: his misdemeanor plea California's state motto is "Eureka" was rejected, and his trial is set for (I have found it.) July 22. He is represented by Kevin Are you interested in Internet service? Would you like faster Internet selwice? Tell us what you think about Internet availability in your area. • Ca111-877-504-5119 • Or fill out, cut, and mail this survey to: 2, Air Communications PO Box 10010 Charleston, WV 25357 Name: Phone: (3o4) Address: (Box or Street) Yes / No City: ZIP: Do you currently have high-speed Internet access (not dial-up)? 1ryes... * Are you satisfied with the pricing? Yes / No , tlow would you rate your current high-speed Internet service? (Poor) 1 9 3 4 5 (Superior) 0 I)oyou know what speed'? ........................................................................... 0 What are you paying monthly for your service? .................................................... -g • "v ould you be interested in Internet smwiee if you cotdd get a faster speed? ; I Yes / No ! llow lllany service providers are there in your area for high-speed Internet? I o 1 2 3 More Unsttre i Other Comments? I I I • [: • I i ,Naghart+ of Sissonville. . Douglas Ray Harrdman, of Big Bend, pled to two counts of grand larceny and two counts of conspiracy for his role in the theft at Lignetics. All other felonies were dismissed. He will be sentenced September 14 at 1:30. He was represented by T. J. Drake. Garry Dobbins, of Cedarville, en- tered a plea to burglary and had his other count dismissed. His plea agree- ment was handled by Special Pros- ecutor Kelly Hamon McLaughlin, of Sutton, and he was represented by Christina Flanigan, of Buckhannon. The Museum of American G1-°- - • . L L.,a, tJ inWest' V00rgm00a ..-.... . . > ..::-. ....... . . :: : ii ..................... iiiiii+i++++++'+i;, 00+++++iiiiiiiiiiiii+iiiiiii+iiiiiiiiiiii iii+i+iii!i+,ii+iiiiiii+ 00+:+00ii+iiiii00iiiii00iii00+i :,++i+i+:+i+i!+,i+!+',i+i!i: :,,:i+i++,+ i i ++:'+ ..... :i!: ig +' .... %i:! :!;!+!! ;i:ii? ...... ii +iii :. " ..:: :: :::: .... N  :: .... ?::::::: : :,::i::ili::: :!!ii!!!:::i::::::!!;)ii::!:: .... BROCHURE COVER OF THE AMERICAN GLASS MUSEUM Weston's Museum of American Glass has come a long way in a short time Sentencing will be September 2 at 11:45 a.m. Petit jury will report at 8:30 a.m. on Wed., July 15, with two trials remain- ing on the docket for that day, State vs. Kenneth Johnson and State vs. Ricky Deterline. The location? Weston: ideal, be-  2--   .---_ ..... cause Lewis County had been the By Tom Felt The "little museum that could," is like the children's dreaming book, "The Little Engine That Could!" Who would have thought that a small museum established in West Virginia little more than a dozen years ago would have grown to become a major presence in the effort to pre- serve and celebrate the history and manufacture of American glass? Today, the Museum of American Glass in West Virginia (MAGWV) has a membership of over 500-plus. It all began in 1990, when a glass study support group was formed. Their goal? To start a museum. GSC Pool Hours The pool in the Glenville State College PE building will be opened for the summer during the following hours: Monday- Friday: 7:30- 9:30 a.m; 12:00-2:00 p.m. Wednesday: 6:00-9:00 p.m. Men are made stronger on real- ization that the helping hand they need is at the end of their own arzn. ---Sidney J. Phil home of some 20 glass manufacturers and, at one time, could boast that it was the largest producer of hand- blown stemware in the world. And, that was the beginning. Articles of incorporation as a non- profit organizauon were drawn up in 1993. Then, in 1998, a small building was purchased, but it rapidly became too small for the growing collections of glassware donated by collectors and clubs all over the United States. In 2006. MAGWV moved into its current location right at 230 Main Avenue in downtown Weston, with a public display area of nearly 10.000 square feet and additional room for a library, archives, and ample display space devoted to the machinery and equipment used to produce glass ob- jects, including interactive displays,. many designed to children's appeal. MAGWV is also the home of the National Marble Museum and custo- dian of the archives of the American Flint Glass Workers' Union• The museum is open to visitors. free of charge, from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m., seven days a week in the summer. More than 2,000 people passed through its doors in 2008. Membership in MAGWV begins at $25 a year, which includes a subscrip- tion to its quarterly magazine, All AboutGlass. The small annual contri- bution of each new, or current, mem- ber helps in the upkeep of this beauti: ful collection of America's finest glass- ware. For more information, either call 304-269-5006. or log-on to: http:l// wvmag.bglances.com The museum's e-mail address is: WVMuseumofGlass @ aol. corn Like a key, a family's visit here will unlock a whole new, wide world's door to beauty, grace, color, and knowledge, both to the young and older folks alike. Assortment to meet your Kitchen's • Freezers • Microwaves • Dishwashers i i00ii00i I Poulan Pro ]) [[ii]ii[; iii: :i i:: :::::::: ::: :i:i i:i:i: i [: :i:)i:i:i:!?!iiii:i:ig i:!:i:!: ii: i!iii 7 ? +] ]::i::::::]] i: ::f::i:i !:.]:]]: ] ;i:.{{!ii":i:::i i:i}i!ii ! • Refrigerators, • Washers & Dryers • Gas & Electric Ovens FREE DELIVERY of • quality Whirlpool appliances ° FREE DISPOSAL of old appliances. W e s t e r n A u t o Shindaiwa 3 1 5 W. 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