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' Thursday, July 3(), 2009 -- The Glenville l)emocrat Page 9B From the Front Porch: Troy News Lori Rosenburg 462-4398 The Weekend Started Off With a Band and a Bang Well, two sandstorms later and two days late, Jason has finally arrivedl His father, Ray, arrived on the 3rd. We grilled steaks and had a Cajun- style shrimp boil; it surely was good. On Saturday, we went to the Cedarville Fourth of July Celebra- tion. Cary and his friends played for three hours on the hill, before the fireworks began. There was a little rain, but the people still came out for the festivities. It was a fun time for all, and the fireworks were wonderful. On Sunday, we drove to Pittsburgh and picked up Jason's daughter, Am- ber. Afterward, we enjoyed a nice meal at Don Pablo's Mexican Restau- rant. Ethel Flesher, Lew's morn, arrived as well last week, and she is enjoying her visit here in West Virginia. They plan to go sight-seeing and to take a trip to Ohio to see family. Please pray for Ethel; she is having a little trouble with her foot. Betty Lamb sent over a few fresh garden vegetables this week, and there is nothing better than fresh veggies on the grill. Later in the week, we plan to go to Ohio to visit Jason's brother, Troy, and his family. If the weather holds up, we will go tubing. It surely is nice to relax and spend time with family after a busy spring. I am sure that our time together will fly by, so we will enjoy every minute of it. I hope everyone had a wonderful 4th, and I wish everyone a safe and wonderful week. Until then, I'll be waving at you from the front porch. Fends and Famffy Reminisce i!!!! ! i!!! !!ii !iiiiiii!iiii!iiiii iliii iiii i !iii iiiiiii l ! iii i!!iiiiiii i!!!i!iiiiiiiiiii!!i!!iiiiiiiiii!iiii ! Alltop Family Gilmer Native Reunion Held Accepted to July 4th The family of Cora (Moore) and Roy Alltop gathered at the Harlen Alltop farm on Steer Run for their 26th annual reunion. There were people in attendance from Pennsylvania, Ohio, WestVirginia, Illinois, and Michigan. After a brief meeting and auction, everyone enjoyed a delicious meal. Following the meal, everyone enjoyed visiting, looking at pictures, riding four wheelers, and playing cornhole. Those in attendance were Shirley and Richard Poe from Michigan; tonya Reed from Chicago; Ginger and Gregg Clarke and Jerod Alltop from Penn- sylvania; Wilbert and Arlene Reed, Brad, Reta and Kenzie Smith, Philip, Sara, and Reed Smith, Ramona Dob- bins, Dennis Reed, Terra and Alexis Bichimer, Shawn, Jessica and Ava Reed, Eddie, Pauletta and Jesse James from Ohio; Hugh and Beth Alltop, Nedra and Ray Riggins, Erin Scott, Nelda and Kayla Gill, Doug, Jodi and Brylee Rowe, Roy, Rhonda, Megan ; and Christy Alltop, Josh and Rachel Romage, Rodney, Connie, Kayla and Leah Roberts, Sam James, "Chippy" Wiley, Debbie Kolozy, Ryan, Carrie and Tucker Hayhurst. The reunion will be held the same time and place next year. Suppo your County's schools through their PTOs! Get active for your children's future/ 2009 MODEL YEAR DO_D R DODGE RAM 3500 QuadCab 4x4 Long Box Save $9,207! 6.7L Cummins Turbo Diesel, 6 Speed Manual Transmission, Factory Exhaust Brake, Single Wheel Group and more! MSRP $45,520 This weeks Special $6,13 *includes MidAtlantic rebates, see dealer for detail Country Club Chrysler-Route 19 S, Clarksburg 1-800-424-7611 Dr. Therese Linnon and her staff invite you to make an appointment for your child today. The Pediatric clinic at MHHS-Glenville office is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:00-4:30. On Wednesdays, the clinic is open 10:00- 5:30. Every other Tuesday, Dr. Linnon sees patients at the Grantsville office. Did you know that the Minnie Hamilton Health System Glenville Office hosts a full-time pediatric clinic? VChat does Minnie Hamilton Health System offer in Glenville. Family and General Medical Services Pediatric Clinic Physical Therapy Radiology Laboratory School Based Health Center Glenville State College Medical Services I I I Illllllll MinniG Hamilton HGalth Sgstm Law School Alexandria Lay has been accepted to the 2012 class of Washington and Lee University Law School, which begins August 17, 2009. Washington and Lee is a highly- ranked private liberal arts college in historic Lexington, VA, established in 1749. George Washington and Robert E. Lee are among its list of past presi- dents. Lay graduated with honors from Gilmer County High School in 2005. After attending Furman University, Marshall University and a summer study-abroad program at Universidad Antonio de Nebrija, Madrid, Spain, she graduated with honors from Glenville State College, earning a history degree with political science and Spanish mi- nors in 2008. During the last year, she has worked at the regional law firm of Steptoe and Johnson PLLC in its Charleston office. 809 Mineral Road 186 Hospital Drive Glenville WV Grantsville WV 462-7322 354-9244 • ALEXANDRIA LAY Alex is the daughter of Barry and Karen Lay, of Glenville. Maternal grandparents are Irene Bush and the late Asa Bush, of Cox's Mills. Pater- nal grandparents are Johan and Leonard Montgomery, of Burnsville, and Morris and Sally Lay, of Hagerstown, MD. City of Glenville Meeting Agenda The City of Glenville regular meet- ing will be on Monday, August 3, at 7:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers. Council members by- ward: • Ward One, Carl Armour; • Ward Two, Charlie Campbell; • Ward Three, Dennis T. Pitzpatrick; • Ward Four, Jim Mencer; • Ward Five, Betty Anderson; • Tashua Allman, Mayor; • Beth Bassett, Bookkeeper; • Cathy Nolan, Recorder. Items to he discussed: • Public; • Minutes of last meeting; • Reports: Financial, Street, Police, Glenville Utility, Recorder; • Mayor Comments: National Night Out; Flood Plain Management Class; Community Enrichment GSC; PACF Grant; • Unfinished Business: Municipal Planning Commission; • New Business: Appoint City At- torney; • Other business to come before council; • Adjourn. (NAPS)--Edgeteeh I.G., an Energy Star partner, is educat- ing homeowners, legislators and companies worldwide on energy conservation and sustainable building, To learn about how you can conserve energy, visit www. healthsmartwindows.eom or A garden filled with billowy hydrangea blossoms can be very popular. One of the most reliable is 'Limelight,' an easy-to-grow hydrangea readily available at retail garden centers. To find one nearby, visit www.colorchoice Please I00eicome Our New Physicians To Lively Healthcare Center Jane Lew Dr. Chris Kennedy from Gilmer County and Dr. Jeremy Williams from Lewis County Lively Healthcare Center