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Page 2 --- The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder --- Thursday, Aug. 7, 2003 ( MAIN STREET RIDIN'-Deep into 'Main Street Mania,' the Marsh Poker Run attracted many bikers from all over the state, as well as from surrounding states. Bikers signed up for the Marsh Poker Run early Saturday morning, Jul. 19, in the Glenville Moose Lodge. (Photos by Cathy Batten). 106 W. Main St. Sutton 26601 * 765-0444 located at the "Y" intersection in Sutton Serving Braxton, Gilmer, Nicholas, Webster & Clay -Bringing Quality & Service since 1976- CHECK OUT OUR SPECTACULAR 30% OFF IN STOCK SHOWROOM LIGHTING SALE. Let us supply you with our wide array of electrical materials and supplies. 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Quality Trade-Ins are being acquired i ) i : i!' SIGN-UPS AT THE MOOSE!-Pictured above are Robin Hickman (left) and JJ Marks (right), who managed' the sign-ups at the Marsh Poker Run. The process went very smoothly, and took place inside Glenville's Moose Lodge. 9 +I'he Annual Marsh Memorial Poker At a t~me when the regulations tn However, thcannuale~,entwa~,sup- Run started cloven years ago to help W.Va, d~d not dcmand these types of posed to be much bigger. A motor- raise proceeds for the loss of Regina upgrade,. Gilmer County was sup- cycle club from Ohio v, as on their L. Marsh and Steven L. Marsh. plied v,~th enough pediatric equip- way toGlenvilleafterbeingstruckby The first Marsh Poker Run helped ment duc to the success of the poker a hall storm, leaving a few bikes raise enough money to cover the cost run. "locked up." A group of 75 were on of monuments, as 27 bikers and 49 In the third year, the focus was their way, but after being attacked by registrants participated in the event, aimed at the'Make-A-Wish' Founda- the storm, they all turned around and In the event's second year, pro- uon in W Va. The 'Make-A-Wish'headed home. Next year, the club ceeds were raised to purchase pediat- helps to grantwishes for kids in north- plan,', to make an appearance in the ric equipment for Gilrner County ernW?va. For the past ni e years, this grow'ing Marsh Run. ambulences. At the time, no equip- has remained the locus of the Marsh Mayor Brian Kennedy plans to ment was available for kids; every- Poker Run. block offall of Main Street next year, thing on hand was too big to help This ~ear, 400 bikers parucipated as o~er 500 bikes are expected. Visit support younger ones and infants, and 576 were registered, today. ville Pathfinder " r i ]ti irii:: ........ 1" nn ,' Published by Corcoran Newspapers David EL Coccoran, ~r, - p u ~ ~'~'/Ec:t~odA~Isc, g & G~ecal Manager TOm Ria~ --~ Senior ~inLg Re~oresenlat~ve ~ !~lua. - Sales Staff (Part-t~) Pitd~ Comonm - Staff W~r/R~rtm (o~ le~) I~qd l.k ~rtm) ,It. -Coml~er T~ic~an (Consu~ant) ~q~mt -- Ty~tt~:kayout Published weekly Periodicals Postage paid at Gle~ville, WV 26351 POSTMASTER: Seod address corrections to: The Glenville Pathfinder 108 North Court Street PO Box 458 Glenvllla, WV 26351 Phone (304} 462-7309 Fax (304) 462-7300 glenvillenewsadQttol.nef Available by SubscriptiOn and Over-the-Counter Sales at select locations. Price: =21.20 (tax included) in Gilmer County. Price: =26.50 (tax included) in West Virginia. Price: 128.00 (tax i~luded) for Out-of-State Subscribers. We cannot accept subscriptions for leas than six months. VIS/UMaat~ard amcepted. I EcoQuest visits Glenville On Thurs. evening, Jul. 31. EcoQuest. an , rgam- zation, held a meeting at Gtcnville's newly-constructed Best Wc,,tcrn. EcoQuest sets the ~,tandard for the latest in air quality technolog~. Among air quality. EcoQuest provides water purification systems, health products. and soon-to-come, utility alternatives. Over ten attended the meeting, which was held in the Best Western's conference room. Tom Ross presented the products and the system in a presentatmn and a conference call. For more information on EcoQuest , and their products, meetings, or mem- berships, please contact Gary Beali at 462-xxxx or v~sit EcoQuest on the web at http ://www. e t Please RSVP to Angie Linger at 462-8265 by Sunday, August 10, plan on attending. This event is being sponsored by Gilmer County High and the RAZE Youth Group 2(! C; E C TuitioI