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l)agc 8 -- The Glenvillc Democrat Thursday, August 13, 2009 Susan Stafford 452-8206 STUDENT DR. CASDEN PRACTICES HER MEDICAL SKILLS ON FRESHMAN CALEB GREATHOUSE, FROM ROANE COUNTY Medical Student Helps Dr. Nichols with GSC Football Physicals Carrie Casden, third-year medical student from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, who is com- pleting an eight-week rotation with Dr. Hilary Miller, assisted Dr. Carl Nichols, Glenville State College team doctor, with freshmen football physi- cals. This took place on August 5 and also included many transfer students. When asked about her shadowing experience, student Dr. Casden noted what a good experience this was on this rotation and how good it was to practice these skills. This same week, Carrie shadowed Elizabeth Gibson, DPT, ATC, CSCS with Gassaway Glenville Physical Therapy Specialists, Inc., located on the campus at Glenville State Col- lege. She was able to follow the therapist through two days of therapy and discussed what a physical therapist's job entails. She stated that she learned the importance of the doc- tor/therapist relationship. CARRIE CASDEN TAKES A BREAK DURING HER PHYSICAL THERAPY ROTATION ~$iiMi!r. ...... "=!! o,~ ................ %m~ ~!! ~i ~< ~[~i,:=~ ~ ~++ :~;+.,,,+,,~ ........ i;i "="+'m'!i!!!iiii~:!i!iiiiii 202 E. Main Street, Glenville I We need crafters,t Call 304-462-3022, if interested. ~ ~. ~, ~.,~ ~,~ ~.~ ~ . ,ii~ ,~ ...... m .+-+~ ,,., ++ ....... .,,..,,,,, "p:." E~J E~M~+~+.++ PJ ~+++++,~.+,:.m ,,++,, +mmt~,$+~+ i.m,,+. +,,,,,.,.,,,,,m,,,,o,:++,,=m,+m+J 3~ mU++i+m+ui++i~tH~ii:-:+,~.,~ii ~++ + + ~ %, + "" ~+i++i~+ ............... ++" ' ~ !i+i iii;thiiiiii+fiDiimiii+iiiiiiiil 1 .'. mmmi+ ++~ii lii"~ili"lli'i"i lie" i E-mail us at the f riendshipgal i ery@ hotmail, com Store Hours: Mon.- Fri. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Man. - Fri. 6 - 9 p.m. for Ice Cream Only Sat. 10 a.m. -12:00 p.m. - Sun. Closed Happy Birthday Wishes Abound Hello, everyone! "Happy Birth- dayt" wishes to Tommy Conrad on August 9, Ryan Singleton on August 7, David Hoover on August 7, Sammie Short on August 7, Susie Wyant on August 12, Grafton Wine on August 13, Avonda Stewart on August 13, Letcher Wine on August 17, Susie Flint Wine on August 23, Denzil Wine on August 27, Carol 'Edwards on Au- gust 28 and Marissa Barrow on Au- gust 30. Toni Wine would like to say "Con- gratulations!" to Jacob and Misty O'Dell on the birth of their baby, Jordan Israel O'Dell; he was born on July 15, 2009. Condolences to the family of Dave Riffle; please keep them in your prayers. Kate Posey and I, along with my son, Carl, visited Lark Pritt and Nina Meyers lately. Those visiting with Reba Ratliff were Amy Brown and baby, Cassie Mackey, Libby Swanson, Ronnie Ratliffand friend Christina, Matthew Pritt, Junior and Martha Pritt, and Jane Hickman. Prayers are needed for Mary Ratliff, Cassie Riffle, the Dave Riffle family, Opal Conrad, Julius Singleton, Roy and Sis Conrad, Freda Heater, Nellie Wine, Reba Ratliff, Imogene Wade, Elizah and Melody Cayton's son, Jer- emy Allen's son, and Jenny Allen. Vacation Bible School was held at the Orlando Baptist Church last week. It was well attended, and everything went very nicely. Those visitng Charles Bennett were Bud Henline, Ray Fisher, Richard Posey, Jerry Posey, John Bennett, Rusty Posey, Lynn Riffle, Casey Riffle Austin, Joey Posey and Kate Posey. Those visitng Kate Posey were John and Ruby Ware, Barbara Hamrick, Carl Stafford, Susan Stafford, and Courtney Metz. Kate Posey and I, along with my son, Carl, recently traveled to Rom- ney with some friends from Logan. We had a nice trip, and our friends really enjoyed fishing in the river up there. We all had a wonderful time, and the country there is so beautiful. We just had to take a swim in the river. This weeks recipe is for: Zucchini Marmalade Ingredients: 4 C. Peeled Zucchini, grated 6 C. Sugar 1/2 C lemon juice 2 boxes Jello (either orange, cherry, raspberry or strawberry) Directions: Boil the zucchini and sugar until clear, then add lemon juice and pine- apple. Boil hard 6 minutes. Add Jell- o. Let come to a boil and boil until it thickens. Put in jars and seal. It is a beautiful and blessed world we live in, and while life lasts, to lose the enjoyment of it is a sin. --A.W. Chambers Braxton Lumbor "~ Company, Inc. P.O. Box 53, Heaters, WV 26627 (304) 765-5461 Rt. 19 North at Salt Lick Bridge For Sale Air Dried Hemlock Siding 65 cents sq. ft, lx8, lxl0, lx12 T & G Paneling .75 cents s.q. ft. Various Species Planer Shavings, Pick up Truck Load, $25 Dump Truck Load $50 End of Season -- CLEARANCE SALE On All Remaining Riding Lawn Mowers Poul?n Pro | ~s that old mower or weed- eater giving you problems? Then, stop by our Western Auto store and purchase a new one! In addition to Poulan Pros, we also stock the following name brands: Western Auto 315 W. Main St. Store Hours: 8-5 Mon.+d. " 8-3 Sat - 462-6631 C~i!i~i~!!ii![~ii~ii[iiiiiii!~i~!i[!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/~iif RPM RESOURCES ACCEPTING WVFA'S 2009 AREA SIX OUTSTANDING LOGGER AWARD: 1_ to R; Bob Radspinner, WVFA President; Toby Nichols and Randall Nichols, RPM Resources. RPM Deserving of Award RPM Resources, owned and oper- ated by Randall Nichols has been selected as West Virginia's 2009 Area Six Outstanding Logger. RPM Re- sources is based out of Looneyville, but works throughout the Roane, Kanawha and Clay county'area. The West Virginia Forestry Association (WVFA) presents this award annu- ally to recognize the outstanding work of logging professionals in West Vir- ginia. Bob Radspinner, WVFA President, states, "RPM Resources is very de- serving of this award. They are cam- mitted to safety throughout their en- tire operation and ensure their opera- tions are conducted in an environ- mentally-conscious way. They are to be commended for this outstanding accomplishment." Nominees are judged on safety prac- tices, as well as community involve- ment and their use of Best Manage- ment Practices (BMPs). BMPs are soil erosion prevention measures that are used by logging professionals to minimize soil erosion and sedimenta- tion of creeks and streams. The West Virginia Forestry Asso- elation represents the State's forestry community with nearly 1000 mem- bers that include foresters, lo~gers, private forest landowners, as well as bus i nesses that prod uce fu rn itu re, I um- ber, flooring, building supplies, fenc- ing and paper. The Association works to promote sound forest management practices by recognizing the outstand- ing efforts of those in the forest indus- try that perform exemplary work. If you would like more in formation on the West Virginia Forestry Asso- ciation, please call toll-free 1-888- 372-WOOD, or visit www.wvfa.org. Gilmer County High School Conducting Enrollment for the new school year Gilmer County High School will be conducting enrollment for new students beginning Monday, August 17 through Thursday, August 20. Parents and/or legal guardians of new q- students, should mtl the'a3CHS of- V '.~-~ flee at 462-7960~t~ make an appoint- il ment with Ms. Rosemary Williams. Orientation for new students and freshmen step-up will be held on Monday, August 24, at 6 p.m. at the high school. Additionally, Ms. Anita Roberts will be available from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Tuesday, August 18 through Thursday, August 20, on a first come, first serve basis to make minor sched- ule changes for students in grades 8- 12. Seventh grade students will re- ceive their schedules at Seventh Grade Orientation, beginning at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, August 25. The first day of school for all GCHS students is Wednesday, August 26. We know we're getting old when the only thing we want for our birthday is not to be reminded of it. --Author Unknown Happy Birthday, ISherman! ? +~..'+: Love, f~/:+ :++X~ L ..... :++"++, ~iidYour lfamlly+,,:~ CRI Announces Funds Are Available For Home Repairs Community Resources, Inc. an- nounces that funds are available for home repairs through WVHDF's Housing Emergency Loan (HELP) program and the On-Site Loan (OSLP) program. The purpose of the HELP program is to provide funds for"emer- gency repairs" to owner occupied structures. While not strictly defined, emet=ency ~n~th~s c~ontext, mclude any structural, ~r c~)rlstr~ti~n~rob- lena that threatens the health or safety of the inhabitants. HELP is geared toward owner oc- cupants at or below 80% (tow-in- come) of the area median household income. The rate and term is three percent (3%) interest for eight years (96 months). Zero percent (0%) inter- est deferred loans will be granted to applicants age 62 or older with in- comes below 30% of area median income. The deferred payment loan would become due upon death, on the sale or transfer of the property. The OSLP program is designed to provide a low interest loan to eligible borrowers to install, repair or replace existing onsite septic tanks. This pro- gram can also cover, the cost of con- necting to new publicly-owned sewer treatment systems, once they become available. The rate and term is two percent (2%) interest for ten years ( 120 months). Funds cannot be used to repair a structure located in the 100-year flood plaln, or a Structure damaged by flood- ing, unless the owner can document (by a copy of the policy, letter from his agent, binder, etc.) they have flood insurance and must maintain that in- surance for the life of the loan. Please contact your local office of Community Resources, Inc. for fur- ther information or to apply for funds. All loans will be serviced by West Virginia Housing Development Fund. To obtain more information on ei- ther of these, program please contact, Community Resources, 106 East Main Street, Gtenville, WV 26351, JoAnn Stewart, 304-462-8698. We editors wish all of you much success in our joint effort to make a better Gilmer County! The Lions Lair f T, Bar & Grill Now hiring! Bartenders Waitresses & Dancers (no nudity~ Apply" In person Main St. Glenville Great Food & Fun Come be a lioness 462-7222 Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital Welcomes Dr. Fred Scott To Our Staff of Caring Physicians For your dermatology needs call his office located on the ground floor of SJMH, He will also see patients i at offices in Buckhannon and Eikins. S MH_ 230 Hospital Plaza. Weston, WV . 304-269-8504 ~w~~.