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6 The Glenviile DemocrP! PathFinder August 21. 1975 The former Bennett House. ~mpletely refurbished by Gilmer Management Associates. Inc.. current- ly houses the Glenville Child Care Center. ' The center is sponsored by the Governor's Interagency Council for Child Development Services. establish- ed in 1971 to serve as a statewide mechanism for coordinating the planning and delivery of comprehen- sive services to young children end their families. The center is funded through the Departments of Education. Health. Mental Health and Welfare and the Governor's Office of Federal-State Relations. The center in Glenville - open since early July and presently serving 13 youngsters - is the first established in ICCDS Region IV. A similar center will open soon in Sutton. Three types of child care for qualified applicants in Gilmer County are available: in-center, family and home care. Child Care Center - provides care for children from ages 2-5. Certified teachers and trained aides offer programs in early childhood develop ment and special education. The center is open Monday through Friday 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Lunch prepared bv Vienna Skinner's staff at the Recreation Center is served daily. along with two snacks prepared by a staff nutritionist, assisted by the children themselves. Some children receive breakfast. Family Child Care - Services for children from birth to five are offered in the home of a competent and trained child care provider through this program. Child care providers are carefully trained. This program is vet to be developed. In-Home Care - Under this type of child care. children from birth to age five are cared for bv a friend or relative in the c.hild's own home. Providers are paid for services after completing a trailing program and met'Aing (tav care requirements established I)x the W.Va. I)eparlment of \Yclfare. This progranl is w~.t h, |n; developed. The child care program is re.re than babysitting. It is a supervised learning and growing experience for voung children. a,:,:-rding t, center staffers. Chiht (:,ire is a service .ffere(t to parents who are working, seeking employment, in school or jnb training or those participating in the the WIN program, parents who are unable to provide adequate care and supervision for their children, and to families in a perit~l of turmoil due to death or illness in the family. Children from birth to age five who are mentally or physically handicapped, have a learning disabi- lily or other special developmental needs are also eligible. Staff members at the center are: Linda Stats. social worker: Helen Bean. secretary: Amanda Bell. social w,rk aid: Kathy Dewall. special salutation aid: Pat lento, special education teacher: Teresa Barb, Early ChildhtnKt Education teacher: Linda thwnish, ECD aid: Marcia Drake. ECD ;rid: and Annette Finley. cook/nutritio- nist aid. -\ ! t -\ / t 4Ulb GENERAL REVENUE "'R,NG ACTUAL USE REPORT v GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PRO~.,DES ~EDERA. tL,NDS O'Ht'/LS ~O LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS YOUR GOVERNMENT MUST I=tJSUSH THIS REPOI~ ADVISING YOU HO~' T~ESE FL'N;~.~ ~A%t BtE~ L'SEO OR OBLIGATED DURING THE YEAR FROM JULY 1. IS?4. TNRU JUNE 30, IS76 THIS IS TO INFORM YOu OF YOUR ~'~VERNI~EIW~ .~ ~'~0~ ~ I .'~ ANp I0 ENCOURAGE YOUR PARTICIPATION IN DECISIONS ON NOW FUTURE FUNDS SHOULD BE SPENT NOTE ANY COMPLAINTS OF DISCRIMINATION IN THE USE Of THEIE FUNDS MAY lie Ir~NT TO THE OFFICE OF REVENUE SHARING WASHINGTON D C 20228 7 SOCIAL SERV|C|S FOR AGE0 0, ,O~n tS ~.15 I FINANCIAL *O~tNtSTRA" ON j S Ill M~LTtPURPOSE AND GENERAL GOT~r j $ ~0 EDUCATION j $ T ~ SOCIAL OEVELOmEN~ $ t2 MOUSING& COM. MuNITY $ 1 3 ICONOMIC OEVELOP,~NT ~$ TOTALS (E! CERTIFICATION wqh I Im ~ae C~ he~eoa T.~ OOVEaNM.NT os G I IAMER C Ot~qTY v ~,-,, ~==,~ $188,164 ACCOUNT NO G 1 IbtER COURTY PROSECL~ING ATTY GLENVILLE W VA 49 1 011 011 5 26351 181,717.O4 s 24o 78 .27 , (F) THE NEWS M~DLA NAVE SEEN A~ED S REPORT HAS lEEk PUIU~ED IN A LOCAL NEWSPAPER OF GENERAL C3RCU- I JkTION I HAVE A COPY OF THIS REPORT AND SECORDS DOCUMENTING THE CONTENTS THEY ARE OPEN FOR PUSUC ~JTINY AT~ OFftoo Ot The Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center, Route 318, Box 42-A, Grantsville, West Virginia 26147, is conducting a survey to determine the interest and needs of the adults of the two counties for possible night classes beginning in the fall. From the list below, would you please select the class, or classes, you would be interested in, or add the name of one not on the list, and mail the coupon on the bottom of this page to us. We are in hopes that the survey can be completed by the first week in September, so we can make plans to offer the classes beginning in October, 1975. Classes will be offered in the evening, length and class times to be determined at a later date. Example: Key Punch, Tuesday 7-10 p.m. for 15 weeks Eating lunch at new Glenville Child Care Center are [clockwise, from left] Brenda Price. teacher, Carly Catalano, Scotty Kayser. Liada Horniah, teacher's aide. Re(:entlv. the youngsters enjoyed arestaurant for cokes, the fire station Interested series i)f field trips, including visits to a and The Democrat/Pathfinder. additional grocer~ sit}re, service station, and An open house is planned for allGlenviUe Kana~vha Union Bank. They have alsocounty residents to meet the centerchild met with (;lenville Police Chief Dallas staff and discuss child care programs the center at Goodrich and will visit an area but a date has not yet been set. The West Virginia American Revolution Bicentennial Commission is currently helping to finance the five focal points of the state's commemora- tive efforts. These five sites were declared focal points by Gee. Arch A. Moore Jr. as they possess special significance to the development of the state in the past 200 years. They are: Berkeley Springs Historical tours, architectural surveys and historic site improvements within the town will mark the Bicentennial efforts. Custom's House, Wheeling The site where delegates from the western counties of Virginia voted, in 1863 to establish the State of West Virginia. Exterior restoration work has been completed but interior restora- tion is continuing and should be substantially completed by 1976. Mothers Day Shriae. Grafton The first Mother's Day was observed in 1908 at the church Anna originator of the celebration That church is currently being improved and restored, while the city block around the shrine is being created into a downtown park. Blenerhassett Island An amphitheatre will be con- structed and an outdoor musical drama concerning the Aaron Burr controversy will be performed on the island where the alleged Burr-Blener- hassett conspiracy took place. Plans also call for the establishemnt of bicycle, riding and hiking trails, as well as the introduction of historic craft demonstrations and shops. Point Pleasant This project is principally centered around the reconstruction of Fort Randolph, a pioneer outpost, and the 20Oth anniversary of the Battle of Point Pleasant. For additional information about these points of Bicentennial interest, persons may write: Ionathan B. Myers, director: West Virginie ARBC, 1900 Washington St., E.. Charleston. W.Va. 25305. Historic t setting for the Stonewall Jackson Heritage Arts and Crafts Jubilee. August 29 - September 1. The Jubilee opens at noon on Friday. closing at 9 p.m. and is open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. It will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday the closing day. In addition to a wide variety of 7 South Lewis Street, Glenville sidlled men there is On Friday one at I p.m, the first second at 1 Sunday at : and 2 p.m. Bill Hairstoa ' the ban singer The Sampl guitarists mountain ~aw; si~Rer; singer; B guitar, and the Other puppet steam stage a participat Round-Up. Weston. dance clubS afternoon dancing to West Foods cornbread cream. salads drinks, and beef chicken Where ),mr dol/er r.es f= ller Production Sewing Beginning Sewing Patterns & Fittings Sewing with Knits Drapery Making Key Punch Beginning Shorthand Shorthand Refresher Beginning Typing Typing Refresher Office Machines Clerical Procedures Bookkeeping-Accounting Waitress Training Restaurant Training Basic Agriculture Mechanics Adult Basic Education Basic Woodwork Home Repairs Basic Electricity & Funda- mentals of Electronics Small Appliance Repair Air Conditioning & Funda- mentals of Refrigeration Hydraulics Machine Shop Arc Welding Mig & Tig Welding Minor Engine Tune-Up (Ig. points, spark plugs, & ........ carb. adj.) Auto Troubleshooting & Repair (For High School Equivalency Diploma) Auto Mechanics for Women Block Laying Brick Laying Beginning Carpentry House Wiring Concrete form building (walks, steps, etc.) Blueprint Reading Cashier Training Salesmanship Window Display Intro. to Nurse Aide Training First Aid Home Nursing EMT Training -- -- II - IIIIIIIIII I I I I - I I IIIII I I1[ I II II II Name Address Street Ci ty Zip Code Phone Courses I would be interested in taking: -..--.L. Please mail or call before September 5, 1975. Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center Route 318, Box 42-A Grantsville, West Virginia 26147 Phone: 354-6151 Just Around The Corner Stoplight GENERAL .EVENUE ACTUAL USE REPORT SHARING GENERAL REV'ENUE SHARING PROVIDES FEDERAL FUNDS DIRECTLY TO LOCAL AND ST/~TE GOVE THIS REPORT ADVISING YOU HOW THESE FUNDS HAVE BEEN USED OR OBLIGATED DURING THE YEAR FROM J THIS IS TO INFORM YOU OF YOUR GOVERNMENTS PRIORITIES AND TO ENCOURAGE YOUR PARTICIPATION IN SHOULD BE SPENT NOTE: ANY COMPLAINTS OF DISCRIMINATION iN THE USE OF THESE FUNDS MAY SHARING WASHINGTON OC 20226 ,~, ACTUAL EXPENDITURES THE GOVERNMENT (A) CATEGORIES ] (e) CAPITAL MAINTENANCE OF has received ~al Revenue Sha~ PUBLIC SAFETY $ 4,481,03 I:q~ment$ totaling ENVIRONMENTAL during the peeled ~,Om Ju,~, I 197-1, ih~ PROTECTION I$ S 914.00 3 PUBt.IC l . ACCOUNT NO Tn~NSeoNTAT,ON ! $ 5.862.65 O~ I,T,~ 4 HEALTH 6233.04 s "EC.EAT'ON S S GI, II' I W 6 useu~mES $ $ 7 SOCIAL SERVICES FOR AGED OR POoR ~ S 'l FINANCIAL ADMiNISTRATiON S 101 l .gl 9 MULTIPURPOSE AND GENERAL GOVT | 0,207.:t3 10 EDUCATION t t SOCIAL DEVELOPME NT 12 HOUSING & COM MUNiTY $ 13 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 14 O$'HER (,5~) t tDi TRUST FUND REPORT (tete~ to I 8a~ance a$ of June 30. 1974 2 Revenue Sh~tt~ Funds "" Rece,ved from July I~ 1974 thou June 30. 3 Interest R~.,ea4~ or Credited (July 1 1974 thru June 30 4 Funds Released from Ot~gaI~ons S Sum of hnes I. 2.3 4 6 Funds Returned IoORS tS TOTALS~ 16.069.98 S 12.639.gH NONI 7 Total Funds Av~lab4e 8 lotal Amount Expended lSum of h.e 15 COlumn B a~ colu~n 9 eatance as of June 30 1975 IF} THE NEWS MEDIA HAVE BEEN REPORT HAS BEEN PUBLISHED IN A LATION i HAVE A COPY OF THIS CONTENTS THEY ARE OPEN FI