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Page I0 The Glenville Democrat Thursday, July 16, 2009 (,,, 00ernor Wi Ih ae n00ttor Byr(l, 5 leets Wil h Top Aide s During shington Visi t Following up on a request from U.S. Senator Robert C. Byrd, Gover- nor Joe Manchin met with the senator&apos;s top aides and briefed them on the state's financial condition and pro- vided an update on state highway projects during a visit to the senator's office. Governor Manchin also spoke by telephone with Sen. Byrd, who is recuperating from an illness at his home near Washington. The governor traveled to Washing- ton with State Transportation Secre- tary Paul Mattox and State Highway Engineer Marvin Murphy. "Senator Byrd asked for me to bring him and his staff up to speed on our highway needs and other pressing is- sues with which he can help," Manchin said. "He wanted to know where we ended the fiscal year, what concerns we have and the priorities we see for West Virginians, kind of a mid-year State of the State. "I was very pleased to speak with Senator byrd and I'm happy to report that he is doing better and he's giving us direction and orders as he always does. The first thing he wanted to know was our status on finishing Corridor H." In addition to the meeting with Sena- tor Byrd's staff, the governor was in Washington to take his oath of office as a member of the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation Board of Trustees. The prestigious James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation was established by Con- gress in 1986 for the purpose of im- proving teaching about the United States Constitution in secondary schools. The Foundation is an inde- pendent agency of the Executive Branch of the federal government and its Board of Trustees is chaired by U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy. We editors wish all of you much Orlando News Susan Stafford 452-8206 Visitors and Chinese Food * 4 teaspoons sesame oil * 1 teaspoon white sugar * 3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar * 1 teaspoon minced fresh ginger root * 2 tablespoons chopped green on- ion * 2 cloves garlic, minced DIRECTIONS: 1. Mix pork, dandelion greens, napa cabbage, bok choy, 4 minced green onions, 1 tablespoon of ginger, 3 cloves of garlic, bamboo shoots, 3 tablespoons of soy sauce, white pep- per, salt, 1 teaspoon of sugar, and 4 teaspoons of sesame oil. Chill in the refrigerator 6 to 8 hours, or overnight. 2. Beat the egg white with the water in a small bowl and set aside. Place I tablespoon of the pork mixture into a wonton wrapper, working one at at time. Cover additional wrappers with a moist towel to prevent drying. Brush the edges of the wrapper with the egg white mixture. Fold the wrapper and seal the edges with a moistened fork. 3. Spray a large skillet with cook- ing spray. Heat 2 tablespoons ['or veg- etable oil over medium-high heat. Working in batches, place the dump- lings into the skillet, seam side up. Cook until the dumplings brown slightly, 30 seconds to 1 minute. Pour Funds Available for Rural Community Development Hi, everyone!! I hope that you all have had a great week and are enjoy- ing the summer. Toni Wine would like to wish Happy Birthday to Mike McCoy and Linda Godfrey, on July 14, and tO Willie Shaver, on July 20. Prayers are needed for: Julius Singleton, Pastor Jim Burrough, Don Singleton, and Jonathan Smith. Vacation Bible School is July 27 through July 31, at the Burnsville United Methodist Church, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. On July 26, there will be a Bonfire Camp Fire at the City Park in Burnsville, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Recent visitors of Vorris and Madeline Scott were Scott and Lois Casto, of Buckhannon, Charles Bennett, and Susan Stafford and chil- dren Carl and Courtney. Recent vistors of Charles Bennett were Ray Fisher, John Bennett and Tom and Violet Henline. This week's recipe is for: Chinese Dandelion Dumplings INGREDIENTS: * 2 pounds ground pork * 2 cups minced dandelion greens * 3 cups minced napa cabbage * 1/2 cup minced bok choy leaves * 4 green onions, white and light Initiative Acting State Director Dianne Goff Crysler announces that USDA Rural Development has more than $6 Mil- lion of competitive grant funds avail- able ['or the Rural Community Devel- opment Initiative (RCDI) program. Applicants must provide matching funds in an amount at least equal to the federal grant. These grants will be made to qualified intermediary orga- nizations that will provide financial and technical assistance to recipients to develop their capacity and ability to undertake projects related to hous- ing, community facilities, or commu- nity and economic development. Eligible applicants include quali- fied private, nonprofit, including faith- based and community organizations in accordance with 7 CFR part 16,and public (including tribal) intermediary organizations. The deadline for receipt of an appl i- cation is 4 p.m., September 24, 2009. Entities wishing to apply for assis- tance may download the application requirements from the RCDI web site: http://www, rurdev, usda.gov/rhs/rcdi/ index.htm; contact the West Virginia USDA Rural Development State Of- rice at 75 High Street, Room 320, Morgantown, WV 26505-7500; tele- phone (304) 284-4864; fax (304) 284- 4893; TTY/TDD (304) 284-4836; or find further information in The Fed- Program edocket.access.gpo.gov/2009/E9- 15128.htm. Rural Development serves as the lead federal entity for rural develop- men( needs and administe,'s program assistance through its housing, busi- ness and cooperative, community, and utilities programs. The U.S. Department of Agricul- ture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national ori- gin, age, disability and where appli- cable, sex, marital status, familial sta- tus, parental status, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information, po- litical beliefs, reprisal, or because all or part of an individual's income is derived from any public assistance program (not all prohibited bases ap- ply to all programs). Further information on USDA Ru- ral Development may be obtained by visiting USDA's website at http:// www.rurdev, usda.go v. In West Vir- ginia, call 1-800-295-8228 to be put in touch with the appropriate person- nel serving your county. Persons with disabilities who re- quire alternative means for commu- nication of program information (Braille, large print, audiotape, etc.) should contact USDA's TARGET Center at 202.720.2600 (voice and TDD). green parts only, minced 1/2 cup of water into the skillet and eral Register at http:// success in our !oint effort to root* 1 tablespoon minced fresh ginger cover.untiltheGently steam the dumplingSoil and water begin to sizzle, A Bright Spot in make a better GiImer County! * 3 cloves garlic, minced 7 to 8 minutes. Once the water is 1 (8 ounce) can bamboo shoots, cooked off, flip the dumplings and with our 'Free Checking Account" Ta ,,noun "I Now if you don't have a FREE CHECKING ACCOUNT WITH YOUR BANK, come visit us while you're in town shopping or doin business. We can mahe your trip economical. Calhoun Banks is a full-service, ultra-modern financial institution that offers a variety of checking and savings accounts, home improvement and personal or business loans, auto loans, standard investment options, IRAs, safety deposit boxes, and more. Featuring our no fuss, no cost "FREE" checking account. Read on for details. Handmade Crafts HERE ARE THE ADVANTAGES -- * No monthly maintenance fee $50.00 to open account - no minimum balance required 300 FREE personalized checks (other styles vary in price) Unlimited check writing Yes, when you take out a new 'FREE' checking account at CalhounBanks... ON-LINE BANKING & BILL PAY AVAILABLE Cal ounl00 Workinlfoly:g:/;y:t tOmOrr"w S Serving The Little Kanawha Valley With Four Locations GRANTSVILLE OFFICE ARNOLDSBURG OFFICE ELIZABETH OFFICE GLENVILLE OFFICE 362 Main Street P,O. Box 430 RI 33/I 19 P.O. Box 130 Rt 14 P.O. Box 129 904 N. Lewis St., Hays City Grantxville. WV 26147 Arnoldxburg, WV 25234 Elizabeth, WV 26143 Glenvillc. WV 26351 Phone (3(14) 354-6116 .. . Phone (3(H 655-8347 Phone (304) 275-0996 'f Phone (304) 462-5051 emoer Fax (3(H) 354-7855 FDIC Fax (304} 655-7266 Fax (3(H) 275-1065 t,.,x.. Fax (304) 462-8215 drained and minced * 3 tablespoons soy sauce * 1 teaspoon white pepper * 1 teaspoon kosher salt * t teaspoon white sugar * 4 teaspoons sesame oil * 1 egg White * 1 tablespoon water * 100 wonton wrappers * 1/2 cup vegetable oil * 2 teaspoons chili oil, or to taste * 3 tablespoons hoisin sauce * 1/2 cup soy sauce continue cooking until the bottom begin to brown, 3 to 5 minutes. Re- peat in batches with the remaining dumplings, oil; and water. Serve with dipping sauce. 4. To make dipping sauce: Com- bine chili oil, hoisin sauce, 1/2 cup of soy sauce, 4 teaspoons of sesame oil, 1 teaspoon of sugar, balsamic vin- egar, 1 teaspoon of ginger, 2 table- spoons of green onion, and 2 cloves of garlic in a bowl. West Virginia's Largest Yard Sale From Aug. 6-8 The Buckhannon Upshur Conven- tion and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is announcing this year's West Virginia's Largest Yard Sale. The event is to be held on August 6. 7. and 8. from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The event Will bring together hundreds of yard sales throughout the city and county on all three days. and the event will be held regardless of the weather. Imagine being able to travel from yard sale to yard sale for three whole days. Local merchants in the area will be invited to parucipate by holding sidewalk sales and other special pro- motions. Last year many visitors ar- rived in vans, pick-ups, and rental trucks to carry away purchases Food will be available at many stes. but don't take a long lunch or the bargain of a lifetime might pass you by! Local residents clear out their garages, attics, and basements for this once-a-year event, so there will be something for everyone. In addition to the yard sales. Upshur County will be holding an appraisal fair which is sponsored by the Buck- hannon Upshur Retail Merchants Association (BURMA) and the Buck- hannon Upshur CVB. The appraisal fair will be held at the Buckhannon Moose Lodge on Friday August 7 and Sattlrdb.y, August. 8, from 8 00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. eaehd:ay. Bringyour family heirlooms or one of your new- est finds to the fair for a verbal ap- praisal..The fee is $5 for the first appraisal item and $3 for each addi- tional item: Don't miss out on your opportunity to participate as a yard sale vendor, a food service vendor, or as a yard sale shopper. The deadline to be on the map is Monday July 6. Registration forms and information are available at the Centennial Motel. For informa- non, please contact the CVB at 304- 472-4100. or buckhannoncvb2009 @gmail.eom. An official yard sale map will be available in the Record Delta news- paper on Wednesday, August 5. Maps will also be available at the local lodging establishments, beginning Thursday, August 6. * @ :,1,: A man loves his sweetheart the most, his wife the best, but his mother the longest. --Irish Proverb ....................................................................................................... II Now Serving HAND DIPPED ICE CREAM Ice Cream Flavors: Black Raspberry Blast Cherry Nut Strawberry Cheesecake Chocolate Vanilla Moose Tracks Floats  Coke Rootbeer Orange Sherbert  ,-5' .... ;' :- We Shop Locally.... New Items Arrive Daily! Now Offer Gift Certificates! We need crafters, call 304-462-3022, if interested. Location: 202 E Main Street, Glenville. Store Hours: Mon. - Fri, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sat. 10 noon- 2 p.m. Sun. Closed a Tough Economy Despite the continuing U.S. reces- need new, qualified people to fill the sion, and in the wake of many job loss announcements locally and nation- ally, there is a bright spot: the Chemi- cal Process Operators Training Pro- gram. Open to the public, this one- year training program qualifies par- ticipants for lucrative job opportuni- ties in the Kanawha Valley's chemi- cal industry. This focused, outcome- oriented program is a partnership be- tween the chemical industry and the community and technical college. Due to an aging workforce that has reached retirement age, new plant openings and expansions, the valley's chemical manufacturers fore see the need for up to 200 qualified process operators over the next three years. Such jobs, which focus on the safe and productive operation of chemical processes in chemical' piifiS"dffdt" starting slat?es6f($45,00 ;' pdar or more, plus benefits. "These are real, immediate oppor- tunities," explained Bill Menke, Plant Manger at DuPont's Belle Plant. "Our veteran workers are retiring, and we ranks." The one-year program inwdves eight courses that have been selected and configured with input from in- dustry. Those who complete the pro- gram will have the skills necessary to qualify tbr promising, dynamic ca- reers in the chemical industry. "We've worked closely with indus- try leaders through the Chemical Al- liance Zone and the Manufacturers Association to make sure the curricu- lum fits their needs," noted Laura McCullough, vice president of WV State Community and Technical Col- lege-Workforce and Economic De- velopment Division. "The program is really affordable, and we even have financial aid available for those who qualify." Those interested can visit the pro- gram-website at www.WVChemical Jobs.corn, or call 304-766-5113. In- formational, open-house events are also planned for June 30, July 30 and August 11, (additional details on web- site). 2010 Non-Insured Disaster The Non-insured Crop Disaster As- siStance Program (NAP) provides fi- nancial assistance to producers of non- insurable crops when low yields, loss of inventory or prevented planting occurs due to natural disasters. An eligible producer is a landowner, ten- ant or sharecropper whoshares in the risk of producing the eligible crop. Eligible crops are those for which crop insurance is not available, in- cluding fruits and vegetables and for- age crops. The 2008 Farm Bill requires pro- ducers who wish to partimpate in the new disaster programs to have crop insurance or NAP coverage. For 2010 the NAP service fees are $250 per crop per county. Not to ex- ducers. The 2010 closing dates to apply for NAP coverage are as follows: September 1, 2009-Aquaculture, Christmas Trees, Floriculture. Gin- seng, Mushrooms, Ornamental Nurs- ery, Strawberries and Turrass Sod. September 30, 2009-Alfalfa, Bar- ley, Clover, Garlic, Grass. Mixed Forage, Rye, Wheat and Triticale. November 20, 2009-Apples. Blue- berries, Cranberries, Cherries, Grapes. Nectarines, Peaches, Pears and Plums. December I, 2009-Honey and Maple Sap. March 15, 2010-All other Annual Crops. For more information regarding NAP, contact the Gilmer-Calhoun ceed $750 per county. Thisfeecan be FSA Office at 462-7171. ext. 2. waived for Limited Resource Pro- Little Kanawha Handgunners blatch Results: ]'ul 11, 2009 SmalHDxcJgi,s 1 st - Jason Miller (180) 2 no - Jim Stalnaker (153) 3  -Tom Smith (142) 4 th - Mike Fisher (131 ) 5 t- Bud Cain (125) 1 st - Jason Miller [167) 2 no - Mike Fisher (158) 3  - Tom Smith (153) 4 'a - Steve Ostaff (146) 5 'n- Bud Cain (108) 6 '- Jim Stalnaker (107) e_..o_a.O_ _gJ I st - Tom Smith (182) 2 nti - Mike Fisher (177) 3 - Jim Stalnaker (177) 4 (- Jason Miller (176) 5 'n - Steve Ostaff (160) Large Bore Pistol P' - Tom Smith (165) 2 " - Jim Stalnaker (148) 3 "a - Steve Ostaff (145) 4 ' - Jason Miller (139) 5 th- Mike Fisher (120) 6 - Bud Cain (92) Open Sight Rifle 1  - Jason Miller (177) 2" - Tom Smith (177) 3 "a- Mike Fisher (177) 4 t- Jim Stalnaker (130) aamamm::m:.mm::mmm:=::u=m==:==:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i!iiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiliii!ii!i!iii!!ii!!!!!!i!!!!!iii?iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii::iiiiiii!  ..... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::==:::a=::=::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .... i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigiiii1iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii}iiiiiiiii!ii!ii!i!!ii!!i!!!!!!!::::::: ........ i!{i{{{iiiii{iiiiOiiiii{U!i!ii{i iiiiiiiiiiiii : #'q:"':' iiii. i :':i"='i "=: iiiiiiiiiii i:'i::i:: i:::#; i::iii ii{{i{{iii v'':: P': "!!ii{i! i!;":::ii::; {iiii{i{}iiiii iii!i!{!::::: q !ii:: :: i{i:: !!!: !: ::: ii{iiiiiiiiiiiii{{iiiiii{{{iiiiir. !: = iii::::{i{i :<:': { i iiiil}}i[ii i{iiii{ii{ i i{i {{ii{ilili{ iiiii{{{{{i{{{i{ii{{}iiii} {i i i!!!!{{!!::!iiii!i{!i{i'.ilil}i ?::###::##: {{ii{ii{iiii{{i{{{Hi{{{i{{}{ii}{Hili{{ii{{{{iiiHiii{ii{{i{i{{ii? :::::: i illlM, IIImiNilll!lllllti IIIR lllliUllllll,li IIIIl|il I!1||11 l N[[IilBa liikii 1  ,  I i "N[ Ii i'!|tlllli( illllllll/lillllllltill