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m Tar , 0 for renovation At the July 23 meeting of the The Board heard a plan of- --approved professional --received information that • a cheerful break from the Gilmer County Board of Educa- feredbyWilliamJ. Piercy, prin- meetings and trip requests the final cost of renovations Alan Kuhlman photo) tion, members present approv- cipal of GCHS, and Coach Ran- with the stipulation that as of and' window replacements at ' ed a grant proposal to provide dy Clark to implement a sum- July 23 the rates for use of Troy, Sand Fork and Norman- recreational and athletic mer food service program for buses be increased to $3.50 town would be $52,124.45. )ei ins ................ facilities at Rohrbough Field in students involved in football, per hour for the driver and $.40 --was told that another Brooklyn Addition of Glenville. band and girls' basketball, per mile for the bus. Mrs. Deal sample was sent for the apter of the American Red Cross The proposal is to be submit- After contacting State and moved, Ellyson seconded, analysis of the ceiling at ;wire and Stay Fit" program for in- ted to the Region VII Planning County Food Service Officials, --heard a report by Helen GCHS for asbestos content to :'Jegmning Wednesday, July 25. In- and Development Council in Piercy was of the opinion that Norman, County Testing Coor- comply with EPA regulations. an effort to obtain funding the students could be fed free dinator, concerning county A previous test proved MOnday through Friday from 4-6 from Community Development of cost and that the programand state testing results and negative. Unty Recreation Center Pool. Partnership Grants and Loans. would be self-supporting as comparisons. Mrs. Norman --and was told that, as a • Final approval will be given by the school would be reimburs- also told the Board that David result of receiving the first Governor John D. Rockefeller ed- approximately $1.10 for Hill, CTBS consultant for State Aid Payment, the Will beheldSunday, August5, iili IV" each lunchserved, enmotion McGraw-Hill of Blacksburg, The written proposal by by Mrs. Deal and seconded by VA, wilt be present on the first Superintendent Ronald J. Wel- Duelley, the plan was approv- day of school to instruct dinner at Baldwin ....... ty requests approximately ed. teachers on how too read test $75,000 to renovate and results to implement teaching ii!i develop Rohrbough Field to in- ly Senior Citizens will hold a Baldwin Community Building on Sunday, July 29. • • , , • , • • • , • • • . • • • • , the Crooked Run Church on Satur- at 7:30 p.m. Hyers Run ............ Methodist Church on tianaires of Birch River. P.m. on Saturday, August 4. • • , , , , , • • • , * • • • • • • • will be held Sunday, July 29, sting .............. will be conducted at the n the Courthouse Annex from 9 luly 30.Persons interested in eir canner lid and gasket. n • • , • • • • • • ° • • • • • • • • nger reunion will be held at the on Route 47 near Newberne don will be held at the Gilmer ,n Sunday, July 29. Contact 1, for details. nior Center ........ at the Gilmer County Senior a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Thurs- Clinic ................ Screening Clinic will be Department on Mineral 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. ion Vannoy Minney reunion Sunday, August tion Center. ................. begin Monday, July 30, at through Friday, August 3. =m. • • • • • • o • • • , • • • • • • • Is of Eugenice and be held Sunday, August 5, Stock i:i: .............. ::::::::::::::::::::::::: !iii clude accomodations for: i il twilight basketball leagues, iii Little League baseball, picnic areas, Little League football, ili:: high school football, high i:i school and college baseball, iiii community field days, i!!! horseshoe leagues, softball iiil leagues, shuffle board and jog- iii:: ging. The proposal further iii! states that a "lighted facility of ii::! this type will present the com- ::ili munity an opportunity to host :::: various sectional and regional :':: athletic events, which would i::il not only provide the communi- ii::i ty some wholesome entertain- ::: ment, but bring new money in- ::!i: to the area." Citizens and groups of all ages will be able i!:: to use the facility and civic i::i organizations and others in the !i! community will be asked to i!::i help donate the partnership iiii share of $20,000. Upon the mo- :::: tion of Mrs. Janet Deal and i::i:: seconded by Edgar Duelley, ii!! Jr., the Superintendent was ::i::i given approval to submit the i!i proposal. On the recommendation iiiii!i Superintendent Welty, Leon Ellyson moved and Mrs. Deal :::::::: seconded the resignations of iiii Janette Cunningham, an iii! English and social studies ii:::: teacher at Gilmer County High !iii School and Anita Adams, !ii:: secretary at Troy Elementary !::il School. ::.: The following people were i!ii employeed and assigned for ::i::i the 1979-80 school year: Title I personnel--Helen Norman, iii!i Home-School Counselor; Mary !i:.! Morrow, School Nurse; Gloria ::i::i Summers, Reading at Glenville i!i:: Elementary; Anna Belle i!ii Gillespie, Reading at Norman- iiii town Elementary; Dorothy !ii!i Rhoades, Reading at Sand Fork Elementary; Faye Tomblin, Tutor Aide at Sand iiii Fork; June Nonnenberg, :: il Reading at Tanner Elementary and Norma Zatko, Reading at Troy Elementary; New Personnel--Judy ::iiDavisson, Traveling Music iii! Teacher to replace Faye Chambers; John Flippin, ii!i Special Education at Tanner !i!i and Glenville; Genine Gehret, ilii Lang uage-Speech-Dramat ics at GCHS to replace Barbara iii! Nicholson subsequent to Ms. iii! Gehret's release from her con- ii!i tract in Pennsylvania and West Virginia certification; Judith Meads, Language-Social -3tudies-Physical Education at ]'roy for Mrs. Georgia Pearl Mc- ]artney's one-year leave of bsence; Patty Burkhammer, Secretary at Troy; Diane Hacker, Library Aide and Ed- win Minney, Social Studies and English at GCHS instead of Sand Fork. The following were placed on the substitute list: Linda M. Rock, Beth Stalnaker Romage, Anne Carper, Nancy Updegram and Agnes L. Keith (cook). Based on a request from the Giimer County Extension Ser- vice, approval was given to employ Patrick L. Nestor as Extension Agent-4-H for the fiscal year beginnning July 1, 1979. Mrs° Deal moved and Ellyson seconded. In other business, the Board: --approved the minutes. --approved payment of bills amounting to $16,296.53. techniques for noticeable weaknesses. --approved continuing with Pilot Insurance Company for the 1979-80 school year. Finance Office was able to maintain a $150,000 savings certificate and convert it to a money market certification, which will realize the Board a greater interest rate. The Board adjourned at 8:50 p.m. to meet again on the regular meeting date of August 13. A job well-done again Street paving completed under Davidson supervision Last week, Glenville receiv- ed a much-needed facelift as Black Rock Contractors, Inc. of Clarksburg paved city streets and private drives with approximately 583.80 tons of asphalt. According to Municipal Judge Delbert Davidson, overseer of the pro- ject, the eleven-man crew was "the most experienced he has worked with." In a July 2 meeting of city council, Davidson was ap- pointed overseer of the paving project with a budget of $20,000 and a $1,500 cost over- run. Following several telephone conversations bet- ween Mayor Phyllis M. Starkey and council members, the $1,500 over-run was increased to $3,000 when it was deter- mined that the lower section of Court Street needed paving. With the supplement of $1,500 added $5,396.50 collected from private drive owners, the total funds available for street paving was $28,396.50. After carefully measuring and calculating the tonnage for the streets, the order for blacktop was placed at 5:00 a.m. of each day of paving. Often the employees worked a 12-hour day in order to get a street completed. At a cost of $48.40 per ton, the total cost of the project amounted to $28,255.92. With a certain degree of pride, Davidson noted that $140.08 was left from the budgeted amount. Under the supervision of Foreman Manuel Gizzi, the crew from Black Rock had as many as sixteen years of ex- perience with the youngest on the crew having 3 years. They worked along with Chief Ice and the police department as well as the street department crew, supervised by Paul Gillespie. In comments, Davidson stated, "1 would like to thank, personally, Manuel Gizzi for the professional job done and also thank the public, Chief Ice, Officers Moss and Sprouse and Paul Gillespie and his crew for their coopera- tion." Beaming, Davidson further continued by saying he had "lost 6 Ibs. in two days and has now supervised 142 truckloads of asphalt," which included his tenure as mayor. m Upper center is a downhill look of paving on Court Street; left, a child's toy is evidence that he has been hard at work too; while, above, Black Rock employees begin final roll- ing stages of paving with Delbert Davideon, extreme left, looking on. (Photos by Alan Kuhlman) the federal and state bank authorities. The actual bid includes bet- 270 and 280 shares of According to Stalnaker, .=ly 285 people have bscribed for the stock so far. stock is to be distributed Customers and other people the bank's normal trading