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CRI Notes That Weatherization:isnot Just for Heating Now is the time to get your homes weatherized. Many people think that weatherization just improves energy efficiency in homes during the cold winter months, but weatherizing your home can also improve energy effi- cmncy in the summertime by reduc- ing cooling costs. The U.S Department of Energy's (DOE I Weatherization Assistance Program is the nation's core program for delivering energy efficiency ser- vices to low-income households. Community Resources, Inc. (CRI) has funding available through partnership with the DOE and American Recov- erv and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) to provide weatherization to qualifying homeowners. Income guidelines set by ARRA funding are now signifi- cantly higher than in the past, provid- ing many families with opportunities for weatherization where they were unable to previously qualify. See the eligibility guidelines below. Contact your local CRI office to- day to complete a weatherization ap- plication. The following information will assist CRI officials in expediting your application: Current proof of household in- come (such as wages, Social Security benefits, Disability income; etc.) Copies of your current electric and gas heating bills with account information and usage. Valid contact information and driving directions to your home. With the utility costs on the rise. take charge and apply for weatheriza- tion today. Professional trained weath- erization crews will perform on-site home energy audits using state of the art equipment to identify outside drafts and inspect heating and cooling sys- tems for efficiency. Crews install in- sulation, seal off air leaks and make modifications to (orreplace) existing heating systems. These energy saving measures will help reduce your heat- ing and cooling costs for years to come. For more information, please con- tact the local Community Resources, Inc. office at 106 East Main Street, Glenville (office located across from UnitedBank on Main Street). If inter- ested in applying, call 304-462-8698. # persons/household Elibibility Guidelines max. annual income $2 F,660 $29,140 $36,620 $44,100 $51.580 $59,060 Public Notice From -I RESA VII RESA VII is applying for the FY2010 Safe and Drug Free School and Communities Act grant applica- tion for the period. July 1, 2009 to June 30. 2010. The Title IV program combines strategies for safe and drug free pre- venuon, intervention and support pro- You may contact Sharon Stalnaker with any input for this application. The grantcan be reviewed on RESA VII's website at http ://resa.k l 2. wv. us, after August 31, 2009. If you have any questions, please contact Sharon Stalnaker, Safe and Drug Free Coordinator, at 304-269- gramming to meet the requirements 7612. of the No Child Left Behind Act. WVCEOS~ Contest Attention. Gilmer County CEOS members: time to sharpen those pen- cils for the WVCEOS Creative Writ- ing Contest! The Creative Writing Contest is a short story contest for storytellers, not for news or news feature report- eFS. Each county may send one short story to the contest: the story must have been written within the lastyear. The due date is September 15. CEOS should submit their short stories to their county Family Chair- person, who will arrange the judging. The short story should have n6 more than 500 words, and it must be written by a CEOS member who is not a professional writer. The short story does not have to be published to be eligible. The story should be typed and stored securely inside a lolder or notebook. The folder identification sb incluide the writer's name. address, telephone number. CEOS Club, and county. The creative writing submission entries need to b,: sent to Maxine Smith (650 Quail hollow, Glenville, WV 263511 no later ihan August 28. Glenville Centenarian Thu~dav, August 13. 2009 ~ The Glenville Democrat Honored Mrs. Glenna Queen Turns 100 GLENNA AND LONG-TIME FRIEND, MARGARET MOSS, visit during the Sunday, Aug. 2, festivities at the Gilmer Co. Senior Center. Margaret has been curator of the Historical Society for some time. HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Even though the miles seprate us, you will always be my "Buttercup Princess" and "Miss Sunchine." I love you and miss you both very much. Love Always, Nanna. The purse of the people is the real seat of sensibility. Let it be drawn upon largely, and they will then listen to truths which could not excite them through any other organ. --Thomas Jefferson More than half of Internet users plan to do some holiday shopping online this year, accord- ing to Internet Retailer. Join the .... , trend and shop online with high- :. ~ speed Internet'High-speedIntm:" net can be relatively inexpensive> starting at$19.95 ~ mohth-,~vi~fi .--Francis Bacon services such as EMBARQ. Brint Nathan Mark Service Manager. Parts Manager Foreman W'E Wmff :Voua ~tav/~ 8u~/#~g W, HAW gOW.~etO Oglg RAT,, TO 8~e77"ER gERVE VOV A/VO THE ~rooNoMv i u i i would like to welcome Angie Starcher. Happy 24th Birthday, Jeremy! She is state-licensed and nationally certified in therapeutic massage. She is currently working with Gambino Family Chiropractic in " " t Angle will bea rOillau Styles in Glenville every Friday from 10-3. appointment or 304-672-4081. Page 11 DELEGATE BRENT BOGGS (D-Braxton, Gilmer representative House of Delegates) presents Glenna Queen with a special from the legislative body to commemorate her 100 years. Stroke and Osteoporosis Screening Coming to Glenville August 14th Residents living in and around the Glenville community can be screened to reduce theirrisk of having a stroke or bone fracture. The Gilmer County Senior Center will host Life Line Screening on August 14. The site is located at 302 East Main Street m Glenville. Appointments will begm at 9:00 a.m Four key points every person needs to know: Stroke is the third leading Cause of death and a leading cause of perma- nent disability; 80% of stroke victims had no apparent warning signs prior to their stroke; Preventive ultrasound screenings can help you avoid a stroke; Screenings are fast, noninvasive, painless, affordable and convenient. Screenings identify potential car- diovasculalr conditions, such as t blocked arteries and irregular heart rhythm, abdominal aortic aneurysms. and hardening of the arteries in the legs, which is a strong predictor of heart disease. A bone density screen- ing to assess osteoporosis risk is also offered and is appropriate for both men and women. Packages start at $139. All five screenings take 60-90 minutes to com- plete. For more information regard- ing the screenings or to schedule an appointment, call 1-877-237-1287 or visit our website at www.lifeline Pre-registration is re- quired. 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