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Page 2 --- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Thursday, Aug. 5, 2004 ! / i~ ~ t DISCUSSING DEMOCRATIC IDEALS - The Gilmer County Democratic Women's group held its annual picnic at the Gilmer County Rec Center on Fri., July 30. Here, a group of party-faithful appears to be discussing November's presidential candidate match-up between John Kerry and George Bush. From left to right, these Democrats are: Karen Elkin, Carol Wolfe, Beverly Metz, and Mickey Metz. AWARD-WINNING STAFF - Gathered here were the available members of the SunBridge for Glenville staff, photographed at the local facility on July 30. The facility was honored with five awards at the recent corporate picnic for the Ohio-West Virginia Region. At the front is Tammy Foster. In the second row from left to right are: Diana Crickard, Jan Smith, Annabell McCumbers, Judy Peggs. Third row: Sally Webb, Ka'" Karr, Claudette Chadwell. Fourth row: Becky Kelley, Belinda Burkhammer, Christy Cunningham, AmL James, Christine McCumbers, Lisa Richards, Karen Bush. i MORE AWARD WINNERS - These SunBridge for Glenville staff members were presented with the following awards on July 21 at North Bend State Park: (left to right) Sally Webb, Clinical Case Manager of the Year; Belinda Burkhammer, Rookie of the Year; Eric Williams, Maintenance Person of the Year; and Tammy Foster, Business Office Manager of the Year. Not pictured is Diana Crickard, Administrator of the Year. The SunBridge for Glenville Nursing Care Home was named "Facility of the Year" for the West Virginia- Ohio Region by the SunBridge division of Sun Care Corporation. MINARD AND BOGGS REPRESENTING - State Senator Joe Minard (left) and State Delegate Brent Boggs (right) appeared as friends of Gilmer County and as political representatives at the Democratic Women's picnic. About 30 of these men's constituents were part of the fun on Friday evening. ~11. Zio. Ih'i'~e-i. ]healer ,.\ I|esla.v'a.l Friday, Saturday & Sunday August 6 - 7 - 8 Admission: s5 per person Children 10 & under FREE Tickets and snack bar open at 7 p.m. - Movie starts at Dusk 354.9405 h ttp ://www.geocities. com/mtziondrivein/ FELLOW TRAVELERS - At the rec center, local businessman Paul Hartmann (left) and a Gilmer County visitor, Star Croy (right), take a moment to chat about the John Kerry party both attended in the Burnt House community on Thurs., July 29. Ms. Croy, currently a registered Democrat in South Carolina, hopes to re- locate soon to Glenville and cast her ballot in November's general election from Gilmer County. Documentary film about Mountain State areas is finished Sixty year ago, the forests, farm- ing grounds m American history, the lands, untamed areas of the Ailegh- West Virginia Maneuver Area eny and Potomac Highlands of West (WVMA). A new documentary film Virginia became the setting for one of entitled The Cliff-Scaling Soldiers of the most unique World War II train- West Virginia, completed by Elkins Directly off 1-79 Exit 105, Jane Lew 884-7806 HOUSE OF TUNES The Glenville Democrat Publlshed by Newspapers Kr~t~ sheets - C~ty E~,r.St,~ R~poner..~ ~mo~ Tfllvls ~-~S ~r ~ Y,'latd ~ ~T~q~ist ou~ .. ~ioni~Sa~e= Staff Oa'vll PL COorlm, Jr. ~- ~ Technician {~ ft.4~e) Pmqodl~alt Postage patti at Gl~lle, WV 26351 POSWMA~ Send addreu corrections to: The Glenvil/e Democrat 108 ~ Court Street* PO Box 458 ,, Glenville. WV 26351 Phone (304) 482-730~ Fax (304) 462-7300 glenvillenewsad@rtol.net Available by Subscription and Over-the..Counter Sales at select locations. Price: =21.20 (tax InCluded) in Gllmer County. Price: ~26.50 (rex ir~.luded) In West Vtrgtnh~ Pdce: =28.00 (~tax required) for Out-of-State Sub=mdbl~. We cannot accept ~d~ for less than six months. .... ae.cept . .... ..... I IIIII Ii I ....... IIII IIIII i111 I II II i IIIIIillllililllllliil I II I " historian Robert C. Whetsell, cel- ebrates the 60th Anniversary of this event by exploring the events and history surrounding the WVMA as well as its impact upon the landscape, people, and folklore of the region. Robert C. Whetsell, author of 1994 book Elkins West Virginia: The Me- tropolis Revisited and a former histo- rian and archaeologist for the US For- est Service, worked with renowned Elkins filmmaker and folklorist Gerald Milines of the Augusta Heritage Cen- ter of Davis and Elkins College, to bring the story to the small screen. The film project is the result of a November 2002 Media Grant from the West Virginia Humanities Coun- cil to research, film, and produce the 20 minute documentary. Sponsored by the Randolph County Historical Society, the film project resulted in a unique collaborative effort that in- cluded additional support from the Augusta Heritage Center and the U.S. Forest Service. If you would be loved, be lovable. --Benjamin Franklin Local healthcare unit named 'facifity of the year' cont'd ,'L!!! Continued from Page 1 Director of the Year during last "This is a testament to the fact that summer's awards banquet, our staff pays attention to everything in a row. Director Diana Crickard In addition to their five awards this they're doing. They're obviously says, "The entire staffhas to be doing year, SunBridgeforGlenvillerecently working smarter, not harder," Mrs. their jobs well for directors to win became the first SunBridge facility Crickard says about the distinctive awards. We have the best staffaround, nationwide to celebrate an entire year achievement. and it's a privilege to work with this with no lost time due to injuries. Because of earning so many high staff--- they aren't just here to collect Common injuries suffered in nurs- level awards at this regional meeting, a paycheck. They truly care about the ing honae settings run the gamut from this newspaper is pleased to add one residents of this facility." muscle strains and pulls to falls, back more totheirtreasurechest, our"Folks SunBridge for Glenviile received injuries, and even burns from working Who Shine" award. Keep up the good Facility of the Year and Maintenance in kitchen settings, work, SunBridge for Glenville! West Nile Virus West Virginia has two counties re- porting dead birds testing positive for West Nile virus. A dead crow in- fected with West Nile virus has been found in Hardy County; a dead blue jay infected with West Nile virus has been found in Jefferson County. These are West Virginia's first positive West Nile virus birds in 2004. West Nile virus may be spread to people by the bite of an infected mos- quito. As temperatures rise, adult mos- quito flight activity will continue to increase. This increase in activity will continue witht the fall when tempera- tures begin to fall. At that point, de- creasing temperatures will also slow the replication of West Nile virus in the mosquito itself. Until then, prepa- ration and education will go a long way in slowing the spread of the vi- rus. The potential for other counties to test positive is highly likely as tem- peratures continue to rise and mos- quito activity increases. When out- doors during mosquito season, people can protect themselves by being prop- edy clothed in long, loose and light colored clothing and use mosquito repellants containing DEET. When using products that contain DEET, use according to the manufacture's recommendations. Never apply prod- ucts containing DEET to faces and hands of children. In addition, mos- quito populations can be reduced by removing all standing water from your property; bird baths, pet bowls, tires, pots, or even bottle caps. Birds are tested for West Nile at the West Virginia Office of Laboratory Services. 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