Newspaper Archive of
The Glenville Democrat
Glenville, West Virginia
July 29, 2004     The Glenville Democrat
PAGE 14     (14 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 14     (14 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
July 29, 2004

Newspaper Archive of The Glenville Democrat produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

The Cedarville Community Association is an active group. Notably, each year on the 4th of July, Labor Day and the Sunday night before Deer Season, the Association provides holiday and hunters entertainment and food for its residents and anyone else who wishes to attend. The community's next social event is the annual Labor Day Celebration followed by its annual Thanksgiving/Deer Hunter's Dinner which will be from 5:00-to-7:00 p.m. on Sun., Nov. 21 at the Cedarville Firehouse. Deer hunters, particularly, who may be far from home and unable to get a Thanksgiving meal, are invited. Pictured below are pictorial memories from the 4th of July Celebration which held on Saturday, July 3rd of this year. was PREPARING FOR ENTERTAINMENT--- It takes a lot of preparation for Cedarville's Annual Fourth of July. Community celebration and Picnic. On Sat., July 3, this group helped to set:up for the evening's traditional "Sound and Light" Show in the field near the Firehouse. For many years, Robert Stout (far right) has been in charge of the show which draws hundreds of local and out-of-state people to the celebration. Here, he is assisted by Kelly Sponaugle (left to right), Cody James, Scott Dobbins, Nelson James, Marcus Gonder and Bud Sponaugle. (A//Staff photos and captions by Travis Beall, Democrat/Pathfinder news staff) KIDS HAVING FUN--- Part of the fun of the Cedarville Fourth of July Celebration is that it gives Gilmer CouJ kids and their out-of-county relatives and friends an opportunity to get together, to socialize and to Here, from left to right are: Ted Sawchuck, Mary-Sunshine Pierce, Paul Nagy, Whitney Wildman, Nicole Jenkins, Jed Jones, and visiting from Ohio, Josh Stump. REUNITING WITH FAMILY- The July Fourth Feet is always a good time to catch up with family members who come to socialize and enjoy the festMties in Cedarville. Pictured above is three generations of the Sponaugle family (back row, second from right) is George Sponaugle standing with daughter, Sharon Hanna (far right), son Bud Sponaugle (second from left), nephew Mike Sponaugle (far left). In the front row (left to right) son, Kelly Sponaugle, with his wife, Carol, and daughter, Care Sponaugle. FIRST INDEPENDENCE DAY- Landen Ratliff and his Landens' first Sound and Light Show. Along to share in Eileen Cox, and Roxanne McAtee. mom, Paula McAtee (left), were in Cedarville to enjoy this special evening were (from right to left) Tim Cox, A VIEW FROM THE TOP - At this yeats Fourth of July Celebration, this group of spectators had the good fortune to view the night-time's "Sound and Light Show" from an enviable position: atop a hill overlooking the field where others gathered to watch the colorful show. Standing in back is Aaron Frymler, laying in front is Greg" Bamberger. Also in the group were from left to right: Melinda Coombs, Dorothy Hamrick, Janet YOUNG FAMILIES -- This is one of the many younger families that attend the Cedarville Community Association's annual festivities along with their parents and grandparents. Indeed, the Cedarville Fourth of July Celebration brings families---those living both near and faraway--together. Here, April Butler and Matt Hale, of the Normantown area, hold their nice youngsters, Issaiah (between the couple) and Wyllow (on left in the arms of April). i i TOUCHING BASE -- A regular attendee at Cedarville's July 4th JUST ABOUT READY-As the sun continued to set, more and more Festis State Delegate Brent Boggs folks arrived for the Sound and Light Show. By the time the show began, rave! (Dem.-Braxton-Gilmer) who isthe field was completely packed with ATV s, cars, and htJndreds of pictured at a recent social event in people who stared together at the sky in celebration of the indpendence Gilmer County touching base with of our great nation, with hope that we will always enjoy the gifts of liberty ....... his co. nstit,uents. , ....and freedom., ..... ...... This page proudly sponsored by - A Paid Political Advertisement Brent Boggs Re-Election Cocrwdttee; Brenda Mollohan, Treasurer