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August 15, 1975

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August 14, 1975 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 9 Studies New Course At GSC Chief f the first college in the state to offer a teaching The program has been approved on a three-year ~d enrollment is now open. making, chair-bottom weaving, and spinning will be with the historical background of the Appalachian :~Iso be schooled in Appalachian music by Dr. Patrick is to give people the skills to transmit the culture. according to Mack Samples, Assoc. Academic e spent in doing" rather than listening and watching. For folk songs and receive instructions in folk guitar. from the immediate area will be brought in so skill from a primary source. Square dancing will be actual mountain calls, not recordings. specialization in Appalachian Studies, the student uence of courses, an outline of which is available Academic Affair. Program will be certified to teach Appalachian Studies :ginia public schools. The program should also be summer camps or other youth programs. Grant Approved rlllprlunt for the Sand Fork step I Sewerage Project has to an announcement made by Sam Ludlow at a and Development Council meeting. [Braxton and the Region.]. President of the Gihner County Commission, treasurer of the Council. Glenville Mayor Delbert Mayor Joe Marp]e were officially seated o~ the eeting. Clothing Allowance Upped Clothing Allowance for school-age children in welfare been increased from $35 to $45 for each eligible child. last week. Provide 920 welfare and foster children {including in Braxton, Calhoun and Gilmer Counties with clothing A~00. Statewide, 38,668 children will benefit. A county children in Braxton County will benefit, 351 in Calhoun, =are to be mailed by Aug. 15. Deadline for redeeming the is Oct. 15. one school-age child to shop in more than one store. be mailed to this category, while families with two or Will receive $45 clothing vouchers for each child. Piercy to meet sew GCH$ students held 4 at the were judging Somer J.le. Ina and Eddie by ects are for the be ready by Prospective high school students who did not enroll for classes last spring or who have recently moved to the county may consult with Gilmer County H.S. Principal Bill Piercy on August 27-28 regarding class sche- dules for the fall semester. New stud~nLs~ may sign up for classes between the hours of 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. during those two days. Elementary school students who signed up for classes last spring are not included in this registration, Piercy said. 'Steve Ellyson. Slovekosky, calves: Barbara Leroy on Porkers on were Canning corn Club of God Sponsor of a is invited baskets. ar~ a