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Page 8 -- The Gienviile Democrat/p ;l " Thursday, July 16, 2009 :armers' et News For more information, contact Dave Millard at 462-8103. I I I F' Eat Lo00u 1... Eat Fresh Last week it sure was great to have our Farmers' Market official "greeter" back with us after a hiatus. The market is picking up rapidly as the local produce is maturing. The market is very colorful with all the many shades of summer starting to appear, fresh squash, both yellow and green, beans, corn, peppers, lettuce, cukes, broccoli, cabbage, and pota- toes to name a few. Every week will continue to improve with ample local produce for everyone. The Humane Society will be sell- ing baked goods this week as a fund- raiser. Let's all help support them. There are usually fresh home baked breads as well. Eat Local Because... Locallygrownfruits and vegetables Buying Direct front local fitrmers are usually sold within 24 hours of supports the local economy. being harvested. Buying local food keeps us in touch with the seasons. By eating with the seasons, we are eating foods when they are at their peak taste, are the most abundant, and the least expensive. "Taken from eatlocaLnet. " Local fruit and vegetables are al- lowed to ripen outside on the vine and soak up sunshine-so they contain natu- ral Sugars and flavors. EAT LOCAL... EAT FRESH Watch next week for information regarding National Farmers' Market week, August 2-8, 2009 READ FOR FUN: Kummih Govine's class is enjoying their third week at Energy Express. This week's theme is friends, they read books and wrote in their journals on topics that relate to friendship, and how to be a great friend. In addition, they made friendship bracelets, and enjoyed healthy meals at the GSC cafeteria. Pictured above; L to R; Jamie Prosser, Tiki McKoy, Zack Nicholas, Kummih Govine, Noah Rush, Tory Lambert. Top; Marsha Berson. First Annual Braxton Co. Mountain Lakes Festival Pageant Offers $4K GSC Scholarship Be the first to hold this prestigious new title! The 2009 Mountain Lakes Festival Pageant will be held at the beautiful Days Hotel in Flatwoods on July 25, 2009. There will be a children's pageant with seven different age groups com- peting, a teen group, a queen group and a Ms./Mrs. group. The entry fee for the children's categories is $50. Children contestants will all receive a beautiful crown, sash, and gifts. The teen entry fee is $75.00 and a Silent Auction Basket (valued at a minimum of $20 and up to $100) if paid on or before June 30, 2009. After this deadline, the fee increases to $95.00 plus a basket. The queen entry fee is $100 with a basket valued at a minimum of $20 and up to $100 if paid by on or before June 30, 2009. After this deadline, the tee increases to $120 plus a bas- ket. The entry fee for the Ms./Mrs. category is also $100. The teen, queen, and Ms./Mrs. con- testants will receive a gorgeous crown, beautiful satin embroidered sash, flowers, a plaque/trophy and several other nice gifts, to be announced within the next few weeks. Thequeen winner will also receive a $4,000 scholarship to Glenville State Col- lege. The queen will also have an entry , fee paid for the WVAFF 2010 and room paid while attending the WVAFF 2010. There will also be CASH AWARDS (these awards are contingent on a minimum of five in each age group and will increase as the contestant total increases). If you are interested in competing to hold this new title or would like more information, you may call (304) 765-2932 or (304) 689-7717 between the hours of 5 and 8 p.m. weekdays or email wvwriterOO7@hotmail.com. You may also call the Braxton County Convention and Visitors Bureau at (304)765-6533. Entry forms may also be picked up at the Braxton County Convention and Visitors Bureau_._. .... Annual Reunion T q'0000lkr00.q "%.,. ! .00unn.ns..-m • " " .......... fun on Saturday, July 25, on Vannoy warding experience, .Present and I "ln F°0d ' -": I There will be lots of good food and homecomings, you've missed a re- RidgeattheAnnualCunningham Re, former residents of Gilmer County' I e . .,_ . . .  . . • ' ......... I union, especially those from DeKalb Dis- I  .,, ,,,_ ,,,,,,,, I Larry, Jane and Margaret trict, Leading Creek, Sinking Creek, I - -- -'-- ""'" "'--"--"''" - I" Cunningham, along with other mem- Cedar Creek, HoltsRun, MillSeat, I 1 I bers°ftheCunninghamfamily'will JobsRun, Latonia, RockCamp, Tan- host the 18th annual "Back to the ner, Laurel' Trace Fork, andBullFork Farm" reunion on July 25 at the Dee are invited to join in the fun. I  11, to l0 , aly ! and Nettie Cunningham homestead. Please bring along a basket of food Jm iii.ii ii. iiiiIiiiIi.iiiiExit 117 in Clarksburg (479 Emily Drive) call 304-622-2042 ! This get-together is held near Tan- and a lawn chair. Kindly gather about Brint Service Manager Nathan Mark Parts Manager Foreman z ha hln r, SPENCER 304-927-3470 • 1-800-649-4931 8.-5 Mort. - rl. net at one of the most attractive coun- try settings in Gilmer County.This is a great place to gather with friends and relatives for adelicious noon meal, along with plenty of visiting and remi- niscing! If you haven't attended one of these I l:00 a.m.; the meal will be served at noon. If you've never been a part of this homecoming, 2009 would he an ideal time to join this warm- hearted festiv- ity. You'll leave with plans to attend the 2010 gathering. DONT LET YOUR CHILD FALL BEH.ND ON..S,.ER IMMUNIZATIONS. Did you know that by the time a child reaches 15 months old, he should have already received four sets of shots ? CALL" Gilmer County Health Department at 462-7351 We will help you update your Child's Immunizations at NO COST. This program is funded in part under an agreement with the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resouces. Hays City Auto Sales Beside Nationwide Insurance 08 Chev Malibu LT, Like New, Loaded, 28K ................................. $17,900 07 Ford Taurus SE, Auto, Loaded, 78K ............................................ $7,500 07 Chev Aveo, Auto, Air, Only 42K .................................................. $7,900 07 Dodge Caravan, Loaded, 67K ........................................................ $7,900 07 Hyunda Accent, Auto, Air, 40K ................................................... $7,600 06 Ford Five Hundred, Loaded, 76K ................................................ $7,800 06 Dodge Stratus STX, Auto, Air, 66K ............................................. $6,900 05 Ford Ranger, 5 Spd, Air, 4x4, 61K .............................................. $8,900 05 Jeep Liberty, Auto, Air, 89K ........................................................ $7,900 05 Chev Impala, Auto, Air, Clean, 89K ............................................ $5,900 05 Dodge Magnam RT, Hemi, Loaded, 37K Reduced ................... $13,900 04 Chev Cavalier, 2 Dr., Auto, Air, 76K ............................................ $5,300 04 Ford Ranger X-Cab, 5 Spd, Air, 82K .......................................... $9,900 04 Chev Blazer, Auto, Air, Clean, 77 K ............................................ $7,500 03 Chry PT Cruiser, Auto, Air, 60K ................................................. $5,900 02 Kia Sportage, Auto, Air, 4x4, 79K ............................................... $4,900 01 Mazda, B3000, 4x4, 5Spd, Air, 107K ........................................... $6,200 01 Mere Sable, Auto, Air, 93K .......................................................... $4,200 00 GMC Jimmy, Auto, AC, 95K ....................................................... $4,900 00 Dodge Grand Caravan, AWD, 136K .......................................... $3,400 00 Dodge Intrepid, Auto, 128K ........................................................ $3,200 99 Mere Sable, Auto, Air, Nice, l12K ............................................... $3,200 99 Dodge Dakota X-Cab, 4x4, Auto, Air, 101K ............................... $5,800 99 Mere Sable, Auto, Air, Extra Nice, 97K ...................................... $3,400 98 Ford F150, X-Cab, 4x4, Auto, A!r, Only 79K .,..... ..................... $7,900 462-8334 JOY AND ROBERT BOURN Robert and Joy Bourn Celebrate 50 th Anniversary On Sunday July 19, 2009, Robert and Joy Bourn will celebrate their 50th anniversary with a lundh recep- tion hosted by the couple's children at the Rosedale Baptist Church. Robert J. Bourn and Marjorie Joy (Moyers) Bourn were married on July 18, 1959 at the home of the bride's Parents in Perkins. The reverend Ralph Stalnaker officiated the cer- emony. Marjorie Joy Bourn is the daughter of the late Byron and Ruth Moyers. Robert J. Bourn is the son of the late O. J. and Beatrice Bourn of Rosedale. They are the parents of four chil- dren, Robert B. Bourn of Findlay, OH, Beatrice (Bourn) Seibert and husband Steve of Martinsville, VA, Scott Bourn and wife Robin of Rosedale, and Rella (Bourn) Cvetican and husband Ron of Dryfork. They also have four grandchildren, Shayla, Ashlyn, Elijah, and Summer Bourn of Rosedale. Mr. and Mrs. Bourn have been ac- tive members of the Rosedale Bapust Church for many years. A lunch reception will be hosted by the couple's children on Sunday July 19, 2009 at the Rosedale Baptist Church immediately following the morning worship service, 12:00 - 3:00 p.m. Friends, church members, and family are invited to attend. LENA BARTON'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION- On Sunday, July 19, 2009, we will celebrate Lena Barton's 102nd birthay at the Gassaway VFD Dining Hall from 12 noon until 4 p.m. Everyone is invited to bring a card and celebrate with Lena. 33 & 119, across from State Road HQ, Glenville ff00py Birthday, CRAFT FAIR August 8, 9-5pm 10'xl0' spots available Food and drink vendors will be on hand. Bring your tent & lawn chairs/ No charge/ We$lo#. 269-5270 J ]" We Love You! l' Dad! CARL BURKHAMMER Love, Your Family I III'tNIitlINTT: /] 'F,L iIll  [,.lllT [, I[ ii,-';l[': :' ;1 2 "I''' 'ri a l  r' * ''  t' " .... " =' -'"' , , , Bi ill, :iiY! lfltli:llllullljllllIIllllnIlllgljlltlZ