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! Page 14 --The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Aug. 7, 2003 U.S. Senator Robert C. Byrd and Iege is the center of intellectual and Congressman Alan B. Mollohan, both cultural l i fe for the entire area. We are D-W.Va., announced Thursday that eagertomo,,eforwardwiththisproject $2.7 million which they added to a which will have a positive impact on federal spending bill is on the way to all those who live in and visit central Gienville State College for a new West Virginia." campus facility to benefit students "The contemporaryeducationcen- and community members alike ter will help Glenx ~lle State to carry "Education does not stop at the out its dual miss,,n of ptt,viding a classroom duor; it continues through -high-quality education it, students community outreach cllorts that link while taking a leadership i,,Ic in im- Glenville State with the ,~urrounding proving the lives of Gilntc~ Count> region in untque wa~s. To help residents." Byrd satd strengthen that relation,hip, lworked The center will be de,,eloped with Congressman Mollohan to in- through renovation and expansion of elude funding in legtqation Ior the the college's existing student center, construction of a new campus/corn- which was built in i 956. The facility munlty education center." Byrd said. will still serve as the student union as "Quality lacilities are key to the well as provide dining t,tcilities, a growth and progress ol every mstitu- bookstore, computer lab, fitness cen- tion. The updated center will ter, and community gathering spaces. strengthen Glenville State's ability to "The push to dex clop thi>, center is serve students as well as the larger evidence of a strong commitment to community, and I am wry pleased to the future of Glenville State. I ap- join withSenatorByrdlohelp makeit plaud college leaders for their focus a reality," Mollohan said. on improvements that will enhance Byrd, whu is the top Democrat on the campus and benefit the people of the Senate Appropriations Commit- centralWestVirginia."Mollohansaid. tee. included $1.8 million for the new Both Byrd and Mollohan agree that center in the Fiscal Year 2003 Omni- Glenville State College fills an ira- bus Appropriations. In the House's portant niche in West Virginia's edu- version of the same legislation, cation system. Mollohan, who is the top Democrat "Education is the pas.,,port to on a key Appropriations subcommit- progress. It provides new skills for tee, included $900,000 for the facil- students and opens doors to new op- ity. ByrdandMollohancombinedtheir portunitics for West Virginia resi- efforts during a House-Senate con- dents. I am proud to have played a terence, bringing the total funding of small part in the new initiatives un- the project up to the $2.7 million derway at Glenville State," Byrd said. which was released Thursday. "This project represents a major "Glenville State College is over- investment in our region. I appreciate joyed to be receiving these support the opportunity to work with Senator dollars for our student and commu- Byrd in support of the new Glenvilte nity center," said Dr. Robert Free- State center, and I look forwardto the man, the school's Interim President. day that its doors are opened to the "Particularly in small towns, the cot- community," Mollohan said. Thanks to all of the local people who stood up and fought for our local Red Cross Chapter when its disaster unit here was threatenefl to be closed. 1 7 _ "Breakfast Just Got Handier" Have you tried the new breakfast taste seneation$ at McDonald's? We are now baking up McGriddle , a handy sandwich sized hotcake, with maple syrup baked right in. Get your favorite McDonald's sand- wich, Bacon Egg and Cheese, Sausage Egg and Cheese, or Sausage, and we wAl build your favorite between two McGriddle Handy for the drive- thru, tasty wherever you eat them! We are now open at :ooam Monday thru Saturday, and at 6:0oam on Sundays, so you'll have even more tim to choos your favorite selection from America's breakfast champion. Served until 1o:3oam daily. McDonald' d 462-5oio 2002 Dodge Neon ....: ........................... s10,495 2000 Suzuki Grand Vitara LX ................ $9,495 2001 Chrysler Town & Country ............ '16,595 2001 Dodge Stratus ............................. =1.0,995 2000 Dodge Stratus ....... ........................ s9,995 2000 Dodge Intrepid .............................. s9,495 2001 Ford F250 ................................... s12,795 1998 Chevy Malibu .............. : ................. s5,995 1999 Toyota Truck ................................ '13,995 1997 Dodge Caravan SE Sport ............. =7,495 1995 Ford Aerostar ................................ =5,295 1996 Ford Escort. 2 door ........................ '4,485 1993 Pontiac Bonneville ........................ $4,495 1991 Mitsubishi Montero ........................ $4,495 2000 Chrysler Cirrus .............................. s7,995 1996 Plymouth Voyager ... ...................... s5,495 1996 Dodge Grand Caravan .................. =5,495 Pre-Owned Auto & Rental, Inc. 201 West Main Street, Sutton, West Virginia Just Off Gassaway/Sutton, Exit 62, off 1-79 Shop Hours:)Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. $100,000 Oprah award winner to speak at mental health conference at Snowshoe The reciptcnt ofa $100,000 award adviser to the New Opp~,rtunity from talk shoss hostess Oprah Winfrgy School for Women. Inc. of Berea, K). will be the keynote luncheon speaker The school she founded in 19~;7 seeks, kicking off this. year's most presti- to improve the economic anti social gious conference on mental health well being of poor and middle-in- issues in We,,, Virginia. come women in Appalachia. The 7th annual Mountain Retreat at In March. Stephenson appeared on Snowshoe Mountain Resort is ofler- the "Oprah Winfrey Show" and re- ing up to 17 continuing education ceived the "Use Your Life Award" units to ph> ~,icians, physician assis- from "Oprah'sAngel Network." which tants, pharmacists, physicaltherapists, resulted m a $100,000 grant to tile psychologist>+ ,,ocial workers, occu- New Opportunity School for Women pational theraptsts and counselors: and Other topics on the agenda will deal up to 20.6 continuing education units with bi-polar disorders, over~, few of for nurse~: and 14.6 for Rehab. Coun- attention de licit disorders, epilepsy m selors (CDMS. CRCC, CCM). women, and legal aspects in me&- The conlercnce is Sept. 19-21 at cine. Snowshoe Mountain Resort in theFormloreinformationortoregister. mountains ol Pocahontas (3041 768-9620. ext. t4 or vistl Jane Stepht.nson's address at 11:00 our website at contdct@mountainrc- a.m. on Sept. 1 9 is worth one contact treatwv, c(.,m. hour. Stephenson is founder of and GIL-CO PHARMACY A Clove Drug Member Kodak ColoP vatch System Film Developing Russell Stover Candies HOURS: 8:30-6:30 Mon.-Fri. 8:30-2:00 Sat. Business 462-8300 -- Home 462-7695 32 E. Main St., Glenville sh We are still on limited quantities with homegrown produce. We're working under 1 st come, 1 st served. Corn - $3.50 a dozen Tomatoes - .99 a pound or $8.50 for half bushel Peppers - Hot or Sweet $8.50 for half bushel Squash -.69 a pound Half Runner beans - $1.69a pound Peaches- Available this coming Saturday! Our Belgian Mums are beginning to show color. 4" pots $1.25 to 3 gallon pots $5.95 INhitehurst Farms Business hours: 9 a.m.-7 p.m 9 miles from Weston on Route 33 West Alum Bridge & Camden 304-2(i9-2200 Watch Saturdays at 6:00 p.m. Vis+t your West Virgmm Lottery Retailer and find out how you can be a game show contestant and win up tO $1,O00,O00t On-air WV contestant - August 2, 2003 Judy Cline playing for Basil Ciine of Palestine,WV...$1,O00 At-home players - $ 100 Carolyn Maekey Wheeling Clarence Stricklen Winfield Ed Shifflett, Jr. Rornney Joanne Bala Wheeling Irene WierstemerCharleston Elizabeth Rosenberger Mount Clare Kathryn Kesner geyser Charles Boggus Charmco Regina Plevnak Bridgeport, OH Rockfeller moves to financial aid for college Keepi% close tabs on the Bush could be at risk oflosing! Administration's tactics to decrease Grants, a key ~,tudent aid throughatechnicalchange of students. to the financial aid formula, Senator "'Once again, the Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) announced pose hig today that he. and several of his Demo- and families proves cratic Senate colleagues, offered leg- tration has its priorities islalionloblockanyfuturechangesto place. Weshouldbe the formula without congressional education by helping input. If recommended changes are college. Instead. implemented, thousands of West Vir- trying to use federal ginia students will see their personal limit student financial contribulions to college costs rise, "'It's not right, and and their financial aid decrease start- West Virginia students+ mg in the 2004-2(X)5 academic ),ear. gotocollege, Rockefeller's bill would require the I will continue to fight General Accounting Office (GAOl, tothe financial aid the in', estigati',e branch of Congress, forward to seeing what to conduct a study to highlight the reveals,"ad( cxpecled adverse effects of changes he also looks forward! to the needs anal5 sis table. The needs ately debating anabsis table is a tool used to mea- financial aid, when the ~,ure hov, much financial aid a student tion Act comes u is eligible to receive in both federal " either later this year o1"1 grants and loans. In addition to the "One of tile ke', in,,estments to a bill would require the; bright future is a good education. The Education to consult Bush Administration is placing soryC( hurdles in front of college-bound stu- Assistance regarding dent> ~ ho are dependant on financial the needs anal' assistance to continue their educa- tion is currently lion.'" ,,,aid Rockefeller, a cosponsor Senate Cc of the legislation "'It is a shame that tion, Labor, and at lea~,t 84.{~){} students nation'aide The West Virginia Youth Advocate is hosting an OPEN HOUSE Come Date: Tuesday, August 12, 2003 Time: 1-4 p.m. Place: Senior Citizen Center Glenville and enjoy some refreshments and learn foster parenting. For more information call: 1-800-434-0791 LADIES ............... AGE Are you Due your Smear, Breast Exam, or Mammogram, but just afford it. Maybe We can CALL: ~Gilmer.Co. Health Dept. 462-7351 Take Care of YOURSELF ..You Deserve it. This prognun is SUl~med by funds from WV Breast a~N Cervic,'d Cancer Screening Progrmn in c(~)penuion with the CDC. END OF SUMMER YELLOW Low, low prices on all Prices clearly marked makes & models! on every vehicle! You don't want to miss this 5 Main Avenue Lot Call Steve at 269-1966 TRUCKS 2001 Dodge Ran+ 1500, 4x4, Ext. Cab. SLT. V-8, Auto. A~r, 2001 Ford FI50 4x4, Reg. Cab, Flarcsldc. 6 Cyl. 5 Spd. XLT. Air 1999 Dodge Ram 1500, 4x4, Ext. Cab, 4 Dr, SLT. Auto, V8, 1998 Ford FI50, 4x4. Reg. Cab, 6 Cyl, 5 Spd. Air, Longbed 1998 Ford F-150,4x4 Reg. Cab, Flareside, XLT, V-8, Auto. Power 1998 Chevy 1500 4x4, Silverado LS, Ext. Cab, 3rd Dr, 350 Engine, Au!O~. 1998 Chevy S10, 4x4, Ext Cab. Auto, LS Pkg. Tilt, Cruise. Air, 4.3L v 1997 Chevy Sl0,4x4, Reg. Cab, 5 SPd, V-6, Air S'PORT UTILITIES 2001 Ford Explorer, 4x4, 4 Dr. Auto. V-6. Air. XLT. Power Seat. CD 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 4x4, Laredo. Auto, Air, Loaded! 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 4x4, Laredo, Auto, Air, 1996 Chevy Tracker, 4x4, 4 Cyl, 5 Sp, Air, 4 Dr 1996 GMC Yukon, 4x4, 4 Dr. V-8. Auto, Air. Leather. Loaded! CARS 2000 Chevy Impala, 4 Dr. Auto. 380{) V-6 Engine. Air, Power iSunrooft 2000 Chevy Cavalier, 2 Dr. 7-9-4 pkg. Air. CI). Loaded. Power SunrO~ 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix, 4 Dr, GT Pkg. Auto. I 1997 Brock Century., 4 Dr. Auto, Limited Pkg, leather, Air, 1997 Saturn SL2, 4 Dr, 5 Sp, Air, Power Windows, Power Locks, [1997 Pontiac Grand Prix, 2 Dr, GT Pkg, Auto, Power Seat, !1995 Lincoln Continental, 4 Dr, Leather, V-8, Air, Rt. 33 Lot Across from Wendy's Call Richard ~tt; TRUCKS 2003 Ford F-250 4x4, S. Cab .V-8. Diesel, 6 Spd, Loaded (80 Miles) 2003 Ford F-150 4x4, Flairside, V-8, Auto, & Air { 1,000 Miles) 2001 Ford F-150 XLT 4x4, V-8, 5 Spd, Loaded (22,000 Miles) 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4, V-8. Auto.Loaded (2 to choose from) 2001 Ford F250 XLT 4x4, S Cab. V-8.5-Spd, Loaded (29,000 MileS) 2000 Furd F250 4x4 XLT, l.hcseL V-8. Auto, Loaded 150,000 Miles) 2000 Ford FI50 4x4 XLT Lariat, V-8, Auto. Loaded (42,000 Miles) 2000 GMC High Rider Ex-Cab 4x4, V-6, Auto. Loaded (2 lo choOSe 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4 Club Cab, V-/L Auto. Lx~aded t2 SPORT UTILITIES &' VANS ~ Chevy Astro Van, AWD, V-6, Auto, Loaded Dodge Caravan, V-6. Auto. Loaded (2 to choose from) 2000 Chevy SI0 Blazer, V-6. Auto, Loaded (2 to Choose from) 2000 Dodge Caravan, V-6, Auto. Loaded (2 to choose from) 1999 Ford Explorer Sport, 2 DR. V-6. Auto. Loaded(29.000 Miles) 1998 Isuzu Trooper, V-6, Auto. Loaded ,Local Trade, Clean) 1998 Jeep Wrangler Sahara, V-6, 5 Spd, AC {Sharp. 60,000 MileS) CARS 2002 Pontiac (;rand Am, V-6, Auto. Loaded, 2 Dr (40,000 Miles) 2001 Ford Focus SE, 4 Dr, 4 Cyl. Auto, Loaded (22,000 Miles) 2001 Pontiac Sunfire, 4 Cyl. Auto,Air (2 to Choose from) 20111 Ford Taurus SES Station Wagon, V-6. Auto. Loaded (24.000 1999 Pontiac (;rand Am, 2 Dr. V-6, Auto, Loaded (2 1999 Cavalier Z-24, 4 Cyl, Auto, Loaded (CD. Sunrool 1998 Buick Century Custom, 4 Dr. V-C Auto. Loaded ,Sharp.