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Page 213 --The Glenville Democrat Thursday, July 30, 2009 i GIImer Goings On , ii 00ilmer Goings Church Reunions Reunions g WEST MARVA DISTRICT W.P. CARR FAMILY REUNION CHURCH ANNUAL HOMECOMING GLENVILLE STREET ROPED OFF The Glenville Street Gang, is hosting National Nigh Out "Glenville Got Tal- ent" on August 4, 2009 from 6:30 to 10:00 pm. Main street will be roped off from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm, from United Bank to the Smoke House BBQ corner lot. WEST FORK CONSERVATION DISTRICT BOARD OF SUPERVI- SORS MEETING The West Fork Conservation District Board of Supervisors monthly meet- ing will be held August 4, 2009 at the Snowbird Park, Doddridge County, beginning at 9:00 a.m. Contact Dinah Hannah, Administrative Officer at 627- 2610 with any questions. BEGINNER CLOGGING/ FLATFOOTING AND SQUARE DANCING There will be beginner clogging/ flatfooting and square dancing les- sons on Sundays from 2:30-3:00 p.m. at the Rec. Center Barn for ages 10 and under and 3:00-4:00 for ages over 10 462-7656 for more informa- tion. Private lessons also available. LONGABERGER BASKET BINGO There will be Longaberger Basket Bingo on Saturday, August 1 at the Gilmer County Senior Center. Tick- ets available at the Senior Center, or at the Bingo. Bingo starts at 1:00 with lunch and refreshments at 12:00. Fundraiser for the benefit of Senior Companions and Foster Grandpar- ents. TOPS MEETING TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly, meets every Tuesday at the Gilmer Public Library. Weigh-in is from 5:15 to 6:00 p.m. and the meeting is from 6:00-7:00 p.m. For more information about TOPS, please call Loretta Pugh at 304-462-7777 or Linda Peggs at 304-462-5017. The 26th Arnual W.P. Carr Family The Rev. Steve Abe, District Minister Reunion will be held August 8, 2009 for the Church of the Brethen, will be at Aunt Lucilte's Campground at Linn. the guest speaker for the 110th An- Festivities will begin at 10:00 a.m. nual Homecoming services for the and continue all day. The covered Pleasant Valley Church of the dish dinner will be at noon AII friends Brethen, located on Bear Fork off WV and family are welcome. Bring a lawn Rt. 18, eight miles north of Troy, on chair and enjoy the fun! August 9, 2009 at 11:00 am., Sun- day School will begin at 10:00 a.m., with the worship service to follow. ROSEDALE VBS Rosedale Baptist Church will host VBS Sunday, August 2- Friday, Au- gust 7. Classes will consist of Pre- school to Adult, and starting time each evening will be 6:45 p.m.- 9:00 p.m. The theme of VBS is "Passport to the Promised Land." Learners will focus on the life of Christ and learn why Jesus is the only Savior, Leader, and Lord. Come join us for exciting les- sons fileed with singing, games, and crafts. EWverytone welcome! GILMER GADABOUTS The annual picnic of the local Red Hat Society will be held Thursday, Aug. 13 at 12 noon at Cedar Creek. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be fur- nished along with buns and condi- ments. Please bring a salad, dessert, vegetable, chips, drinks or your favortive picnic food. Also, bring an article for silent auction. Dinnerware will be furnished. GILMER CO, SENIOR CENTER UNDER THE SEA DINNER The Gilmer County Senior Center will host the Under The Sea dinner on July 31. Doors open at 5:30 and din- ner will be served at 6:00 p.m. The buffett menu will include fish, shrimp, clams, corn-on-the-cob, cole slaw, onion rings, hushpuppies, and delec- table desserts. There will be a 50/50 drawing, games, and door prizes. For details or tickets, call 304-462-5761. GCHS CHEERLEADING MEETING AND TRY-OUTS Hello Girls! My name is Ashley Moss and I am the new Varsity Cheerleading coach for Gilmer County High School. I would like to invite all girls in grades 9-12 that are inter- ested in cheerleading to a meeting along with your parent& The meeting will consist of discussing rules and requirements for the cheerleading season and try-outs. Feel free to con- tact me at 304-462-8024 or 304-266- 5692. GCHS STUDENT ATHLETE PHYSICALS Gilmer County High School students who will be participating in school sports for the 2009-10 school year must have a physical before practice begins. Physicals will be given from 1-3 p.m., Friday, July 31 at the High School. Forms are available in the office at GCHS or on Edline. Stu- dents who do not get a physical on July 31 may call Gilmer Primary to schedule an appointment. No stu- dent can engage in any type of sport without a physical form being com- pleted and on file at the school BENEFIT DINNER FOR CHARLIE DAVIS SPONSORED BY GLEN- VILLE COMMUNITY CHURCH There will be a Benefit Dinner for Charlie Davis to help with medical cost for cancer treatment sponsored by the Glenville Community Church. The dinner will be Sunday, August 2 from 11:30 to 2:30 at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. To make a donation or for more information, please call (304) 462-4478. END TIME PROPHECY SEMINAR KUHL REUNION The 67th Kuhl Reunion will be held Sunday, August 6, 2009 at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. (Main Building). Registration will begin at 11:00 am, with a covered dish dinner at 12:30 pm. Coffee, and dinnerware will be furnished. All descendants of Henry Kuhl are invited; Come join us for an afternoon of visiting with rela- tives and friends. Bring a friend and your favorite dish. Any pictures and Kuhl family history will be welcome. No alcoholic beverages are permit- ted. For more information, contact: Bob Kuhl, President 419-289-2667. The Glenville Community Church pre- sents End Time Prophecy Seminar on Sunday Nights at 6:00 p.m. The speaker will be Rev. Selby Franklin. All welcome. Watch Revelations, Daniel, and Ezekiel come alive through scripture and dynamic visual aids. Learn what it means to your future! For a Prophecy Seminar in your church, call (352) 568-3159. No church is too small! END TIMES PROPHECY SEMINAR The End Times Prophecy seminar will continue on Wed. evenings at the Sand Fork Church of God of Proph- ecy at 7 p.m. This teaching was started last summer by Selby Franklin, from Florida. This study is in the book of Revelation. There will be LI'I'E3CARA IN DE'P EN  . DEMI;klOMECOMING The Little Kanawha Independent Church will be having their annual Homecoming, August 9, 2009. It will start with Sunday School at 10:00 a.m. A covered dish dinner will be served at noon at the Fellowship Hall beside the Burnsville School. They will go back to the Church after lunch for Preaching and Singing. The Brighterside Quartet will be the spe- cial singers for the afternoon. Ronzel Roberts, Pastor. Everyone is Wel- come! HUFFMAN REUNION The late Earnest and Ida Huffman will gather at the Burnsville Commu- nity Center on Aug. 2, 2009 for our family reunion. Bring a covered dish. Lunch is at 12:30. Hope to see you there! MINIGH REUNION The Minigh Reunion will be August 1, 2009 at the Cedar Creek State Park Recreation Room. Come and bring a picnic lunch! Come as early as you wish. Dinner is at 12:30. Y' All Come! Call 462-7773. HART REUNION Family and friends of Will and Mae Frame Hart are invited to the Hart Reunion on Sunday, August 2, 2009. It will be held at the Clem Hart farm on Tate Creek. Bring a covered dish and dinner will be served at 1:00 p.m. Come early and stay late. For more information, please contact Pauline Hart Wilson at 304-266-3176 or Thelma Samples at 304-286-5006. BURNS-KERNS REUNION The annual Burns-Kerns reunion will be held Saturday, August 8, 2009 at the Knights of Pythias building (former Kanawha Drive Community Building) VANNOY REUNION charts, handouts, etc. to better un- located on Route 5, 3.5 miles West of derstand end time prophecies. For the stoplight in Glenville. The building more info., call 462-4278 or 462-4172. will open at 11:00 am for visiting, and dinner will be at 1:00. All family and Our Neighbors g The Vannoy Reunion will be Sunday, August 8, 2009 at the West Fork Com- munity Park in Arnoldsburg. There will be a covered dish dinner at 12:30 p.m. Plates, cups, and utensils will be provided. Please bring family updates; photos also appreciated. Questions? Contact Patricia Vannoy at 258 Butcher Bend Road Mineral Wells, WV 26150 or email at vannoy2369@ v or Alice Vannoy Hargis at 5314 Irvin Road Huntington, WV 25705 or email at ArenaHargis @aoLnet SPAGHETTI DINNER There will be a spaghetti dinner for Tiffany and Robert Petry adoption on July 31 from 2-8 p.m. at the Flatwoods Baptist Church, 15 Cedar St., Flatwoods. There is a small fee for each plate and there will be a silent auction. FLINDRAISER There will be Bingo at the Big Otter Fire Department on Thursdays at 6:00 p.m. VETERANS DAY There will be a Veterans Day Dinner on Sunday, Nov. 8, from noon til ? at the Big Otter Fire Department. Disney Comes to Charleston WINE REUNION The Annual Wine Reunion will be at Falls Mills at the pavilion on Sunday August 2. There will be a pot luck lunch at noon. MOSS FAMILY 30TH REUNION The J.B. Moss family reunion will be held Sunday, August 2, 2009 at the homeplace of Joseph Moss, Elyria, OH. Bring a covered dish. For ques- tions, call Joe at 440-366-6974 or Jennifer Moss at 330-467-1192 WYANT-CANFIELD REUNION The annual Wyant- Canfield Reunion will be held Saturday, August 8, at the McCanns Run Fellowship Hall, starting at 11 a.m. for the descen- dants, relatives, and friends of the late Doy and Edna Ellen Wyant. Cov- ered dish meal. Table service pro- vided. A business meeting will be held following dinner. Games by the fam- ily of the late Basil Wyant, with fun for everyone CLEVENGER FAMILY REUNION The 51st annual A.M. Clevenger (Ora Mae Kirkpatrick) family reunion will be held on Sunday, August 2, 2009, at the Newberne United Methodist Church (located off Rt. 47 on Tanner Rd) All relatives and friends are wel- come. Worship service will begin at 11:00 am., followed by a fellowship lunch at noon. KEESECKER REUNION The annual Keesecker Reunion will be held Sunday, August 2, at the Mid- Way Fire Dept., at Vadis. Relatives and friends are invited. Bring a cov- ered dish and enjoy the day, lunch served at 12:00 o'clock. friends, are invited to attend. Please * bring a covered diSh your familyind,, a friend to enjoy the afternoon We   SLAUGHTER-KE1TH REUNION will also have bluegrass and gospel music in the afternoon, so if you play or sing, come prepared to join in the fun! For more information, contact Drema (Burns) Gainer at (304) 848- 0853. EXLINE REUNION On Sunday, August 30, an all-new Disney Live/ hits the stage at the Charleston Civic Center. For more information, please visit www For All Nutrient Management Needs Lime Fertilizer No Job TooRough (304) 871 3928 The Exline family reunion will be held on Saturday, August 1, at 11:00 am at the Lewis County Park, shelter #3 same as last year. COTTRELL / COTTRILL AND DECENDANTS REUNION It's time for the annual Cottrell/Cottrill Reunion. It will be held at the Gassaway Fire House's Multi-Pur- pose Room at 10 am til ? Bring a covered dish and something for the white elephant sale. Everyone wel- come. I GEORGE AND KATE (KATHLEEN NORMAN) MILLER Golden Weda:ing Anniversary Cel, zo,rated George and Kate Miller recently celebrated their golden wedding an- niversary on June 27, 2009, with a dinner party hosted by their children and grandchildren. Their children are Chris Miller, Columbus, OH, Kim (Barry) Sherrill of Lebanon, TN, and Jason (Jennifer) Miller of Lebanon, TN. Grandchildren of the couple are Heather (Denver) Hess of Marietta, OH, Brandon and Candice Miller of Parkersburg, Emily and Sam Sherrill , and Braden, Bryce, and Bryleigh Miller of Lebanon, TN. George and Kate were married on June 27, 1959, in Grantsville, by Corley Miller, a Church of Christ minister. Both are graduates of Normantown High School. The celebration was held at the Steer Creek Church of Christ in Stumptown, for almost 100 friends and family members. A special slide presentation was held during the evening. A beautiful cake was made as a girl to the couple by Carolyn and Willard Miller, brother and sister-in- law of the couple. Heather Hess pre- sented her grandparents with a scrap- book of messages from friends and family and many photographs of the last 50 years. George retired in May, 2002, after 45 years from Ford Motor Company in Walton Hills, OH. He enjoys his four wheeler, grandchildren, garden- ing, traveling, and his new "cabin" in Stumptown. Kate was a full- time mother, grand- mother, homemaker, and enjoyed her bowling at Sky Lanes in Garrettsville, OH, Windlam Classy Country Red Hatters, scrapbooking, and her in- volvement in the Church of Christ. Both are members of the Windham, OH, Church of Christ, and the Steer Creek Church of Christ. The new building was recently constructed on her parents, E.C. and Edna Norman's farm in Stumptown. Town of Sand Fork Notice of Public Information Meeting The annual Slaughter-Keith Reunion will be held Saturday, Aug. 22, in the backyard of the home of Carl & Maxine Slaughter, 1253 12th St., Weston, starting at 11 am for the descendants, relatives, and friends of the late Homer & Anna Slaughter, and Floyd Everett & Victoria Chris- tina Keith There will be a covered dish meal, and table service will be provided. Bring a lawn chair. For further information, call 304-269-4402. CURRY REUNION The Annual Curry Reunion will be held on Sunday August 9, 2009 at : Mt. Zion Community Park from 10:00 am to ? Family and friends are wel- come. Please bring a covered dish ............ and an auction item. STRADER- POSEY REUNION The Strader-Posey Reunion will be held at the back pavilion in Lewis County Park on Saturday, August 1, from 11 a.m. to ? Bring covered dish or dessert if possible. All Straders, Poseys, and related families welcome. Family tree information welcomed All Straders, Poseys, and related fami- lies welcome. Contact Tricia Strader for family tree submissions at (302) 547-6093. We know we're getting old when the only thing we want for our birthday is not to be reminded of it. ---Author Unknown I Hays City Auto Sales Beside Nationwide Insurance We Will Buy Your Four-Wheel Drive Pickup or SUV. Top Wholesale Dollar to You Immediately. Stop In With Your Vehicle. USDA, Rural Development has received an application for federal assis- tance from the Town of Sand Fork. As required by federal regulation, a public information meeting will be held on August 3, 2009, at 7:00 p.m. at the Sand Fork Town Hall, in Sand Fork. The purpose of the meeting will be to dicuss the proposed project and give citizens the opportunity to comment on economic and environmental impacts, service area, alternatives to the project, or any other issues related to the project. The proposed project consists of completion of landscaping surrounding the Town Hall, replacement of the roof on Town Hall, replacement of the front porch and front door, and the puchase and installation of sign. II ,1 :: i'.i[:.[[.[*.[[ i:[ '!! ""; !iii!ii!i!:ii The family of Berl Kimble ............  '7'!iii[i!ii@i! would like to thank all of the "Tg-,.a,.cd friends and neighbors for food, ........... flowers, cards and help during his illness and death. Special thanks to all who do- nated to Bed's special project, the Cedar Creek Senior Satelite. >. There is no place like Gilmer County in times of need. ....... iiiiiii i .... .r..  Every word and deed was iii: . iiii * ,i i deeply appreciated. g i!i!!!ii:.ili,i;iiii!iliiiiii!i!i i!iiii!i! Carol, Beth, Janet and Frankie BERL KIMBLE S SC OOL School's start ing soon. They have pencils. They have paper. But do they hav'e prayer? Start the: school, year right. Come pray with yo00ir kids this .... und.,.y. St. Mark's Episcopal Sunday 10'30 a.m. 607 W. Main, Glenviiie