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( Page 12--- The Gienville l)emocrat Thursday, August 27, 2009 Frien aruf Family Reminisce |IOJ THE their GAMES KIDS PLAY: family get-together. The children enjoy illi[i! COME AND GET IT: Good food served up at the reunion. and good times were e The 25th Annual W. P. Car: Re-theme (Lisa Bibbee won!); Marble unionwasheldAug. 8, at the Messen- Jars Guess (won by Hannah High- ger Campground, at Linn, with 96 in land, Jenna Burgess, and Gabby and attendance. The festivities began on Priscilla Taylor); Roy's Candy Jar Wed. Aug. 5, when people started to Guess (won by Johnny Clark and Cara set up campers and tents. Mundy); and three free Children's On Friday evening, about 25 people baskets (winners: 0-5 Hannah High- gathered for a potluck dinner by the land, 6-11 Cara Mundy, 11-17 Amber fire, where everything tastes better. Mundy); and a 50150 drawing, won On Saturday, family and friends by Jim Bibbee. began arriving at 10 a.m. to a day Winding out the day, Tom Clark filled with family, fun, and food! brought his annual load of fresh corn Activities that lasted all day included to be cooked on the fire. The conclud- boat rides in the creek, horse-drawn ing evening meal was a relaxing pot- wagon rides up the hollow, corn hole luck attended by about 30 people tournaments, and catching up with Those in attendance this year were: those family member~ whom we only Carl D. Radclil f: Delores Tehuy; Tom see once a year Following the 12 Campbell: Tom Clark; Sean Clark; o'ctockcovered-dishdinner, allgath- Candice Splain: John Clark; John ered for a short business meeting. Clark II; Marilyn Galioto; Sam Then came the traditional Uncle Galioto; Sarah Galioto; Pricilla Tay- 'Tom's Cake Walk and the auction, lor; Gahiella Taylor; Anna Galioto; The auctioneer, Wayne McHenry,Karen Mct, aughlin; Ralph provided much cntertainment with McLaughlin; Josh McLaughlin; Kate some added fun provided by Page McLaughlin: Jimmy Kaser; Amanda (Mac) Cart and Louise Allen! Chil- Klinsing; Andrew Messenger; dren of all ages participated in a leaf DeborahMesscnger;GavinandDylan scavenger hunt, followed by making Messenger. leaf pounding art. Also, Ruth Ann Clark; James Raffles this year included, anClark;, Sr.; David and Sue Miller; Amish-made Hickory Rocker (wonNellie and Blaine Radcliff; Eugene by Denzil McHenry); the "Goodie" McHenry; Gail Allen; Stephan Basket with an outdoor/barbeque Bennett; Kim Bennett; Dave Miller; Susan Miller;, Megan Parsons; Jenna Burgess; Joyce Radcliff; Leeann Walker; NelmaMace; Roy Mace; Lisa Bibbee; Jr. Bibbee;, Ken andTaylor; Annalee Bibbee; Jim Bibbee; Heath Baker; Kelsey Hoagland; Brandy Mundy; AmberMundy; CaraMundy; Wendy Mundy; Brandy and James Highland and Hannah and Haylee;Clavorn Radcliff; Nancy Gant; Andressa Smith; Kace Sees; Davon Hampton; Malika Campbell; Patti and Skip Carr; Mike Messenger; Charlene Messenger; Dakota Wilfong; and Ernest Bibbee. Also registering were: Karen Radcliff; Naomi McHenry; Wayne McHenry: Denzil McHenry; Wesley Carr; JoAnn Cam Emily McHenry; Cathy Radcliff; Brad Lockhart; Mike Baker; Bonnie Baker; Heather Baker and Nate; Sarah Bibbee;Tim Bibbee; Hazel Taylor; Susan Shellhorn; Gary Shellhorn; Evelyn McHenry; Carroll G. Radcliff; Manuel H. Radcliff; Debbie Radcli if; Neff Radcliff; Page Carr; Louise Allen; Gibby Shackleford; Mildred and Lanta Radcliff.Thanks to neighbors, Wayne and Stacey, for donating extra fire- wood. *** The commonest fallacy among women is that simply having chil- dren makes them a mother--which is as absurd as believing that having a piano makes one a musician. --Sydney J. Harris I i i I i i i i I I I I I I I I I I11' I I I I I I Authentic Mexican Food i '!0 off" I 1 o en 11am to lo y .... t Exit 117 in Clarksburg (479 Emily Drive) call 304-622-2042 /' L1 i ii i 1 i i i i mm I I IlII mm mmlmm ~i The Git-R-Done Gang HaM To Stop A 7} ne: DEP Waters The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection is compil- ing water quality data on the state's streams and lakes for its next Inte- grated Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment Report. This report is developed by DEP and submitted to the U.S. Environ- mental Protection Agency every two years, as required by the federal Clean Water Act. The report includes the Section 303(d) list of impaired wa- ters. In addition to data collected di- rectly by the DEP, the agency will compile and assess water quality data collected by other persons, agencies, watershed associations, or permitted facilities. Data should be sent to Steve Stutler at Stephen.J.Stutler@wv.gov (304) 926-0499, Ext. 1086, or Steve Young at Stephen.A. Young@wv.gov (304) 926-0499, Ext. 1042. The dead- line to submit data is Sept. 30, 2009. A data form is available to down- load at www. wvdep.org/wv303d. Documentation describing the col- lection and analytical methodologies associated with the data should be provided, as it will help the agency assess data quality. If data was subject to a quality assurance/quality control plan, submit it with the data. For an example ofa QA]QC plan, go to http:/ /www. epa. gov/quality/qs-docs/g 5- final.pdf Although electronic data submis- sion is highly preferred and encour- aged, non-electronic submissions may be sent to the DEP at the Division of Water and Waste Management, Attn: Steve Young, 601 57th St. S.E., Charleston, WV 25304. End of Season -- On All Remaining Riding Lawn Mowers 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: Shindaiwa W. Ma n S't. Store Hours: 8-S Mon.-Fri. - 8-3 Sat. - 462-5631 WV's First Super Lunch Cedarville News GovernorsandFirstSpousesacross WV State Fair Was a Good Time the nation will participate in "Super Phyllis 1Vlarks wants everyone to Friday evening, several of the area Luncheons" during the month of Sep- know that her seeing-eye dog cannot enjoyed a fun evening at the Senior tember, in recognition of Ovarian Can- be fed or petted while in harness. Center; it was "Movie Night," with cer Awareness Month. My 4-H club enjoyed the day at eats, popcorn, pop, goodiebags, anda West Virginia will kick off its first Kennywood on Wednesday; the kids fun movie. If you weren't there, you "Super Luncheon," hosted by First really enjoyed the rides. 4-H really missed a fun evening. Lady Gayle Manchin and The Ova- appreciates all those who help us with The kids say it didn't seem to be a rian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF) our recycling projects, very long summer vacation l:rom on Tuesday, Sept. l, at noon, at the Three vans from the Senior Center school. Governor's Mansion. went to the State Fair at Lewisburg. ' "Happy Birthday!" wishes go out Attending the luncheon will be We really had a nice time. We also to Wilma Hem, on her 80th birthday. OCRFambassadorMarySchiano, Dr. stopped to eat at Bob Evans in Our prayers go out to all the sick Michael Schiano and various cam- Summersville coming back home. and the soldiers. munity leaders from across the ';tate. While we were at the State Fair, Garlic Remedies Dr. Henry Lynch is scheduled to speak some of us attended the honoring of Garlic helps bring blood sugar to regarding the prevalence and inci- Polly Waldeck Farms, which received an ideal level; dence of ovarian cancer and will also the Heritage Farm Award, and the It also fights asthma, toothache discuss his research findings related luncheon. It was all very nice. Con- pain, the congestion of bronchitis, to the disease. } gratulations go out to PoRy and the and athlete's foot. The Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Waldeck family on the award. was founded in 1994 and is the lead- Jay and Sharon Rockefeller Thrilled ing independent organization in the United States funding research that will help find better methods of early Senator Jay Rockefeller and his old in August detection, and ultimately, a cure for wife, Sharon, announced the birth of "We are incredibly grateful to have the disease. Since 1998, OCRF has theirsixthgrandchild, who carries the another healthy and beautiful grand- given $33 million to 142 researchers, Senator's middle name, Davisonchild, and we are just so happy for scientists and doctors who represent (Davis) Oliver Wayne. At six pounds Valerie and Steve. Our grandchildren institutions and universifies across the and 22 inches long, Davis was born bring the greatest joy to our lives. And United States. A list of participating states can be Monday, July 27, 2009, and is the our newest addition, little Davis, is found at www.superluncheon.org, and third child of their daughter, Valerie, truly a blessing," Jay and Sharon said. and her husband, Steve Wayne. Jay and Sharon also are the proud information aboutspeakers and dates Valerie and Steve also have two ~randparents of Laura Chandler, will be updated daily. For more infer- "- mation about the first Super Lur~- daughters, Percy Abigail, who will SophiaPercyandJohnD.Rockefeller turn four years old in November, and VI, children of their son, John, and his cheon or OCRF, please contact Sabrina Schulz at sschulz@ocrforg. Lucy Natalia, who turns two years- wile, Emily. The 5th Sunday Meeting of the Ministers, Deacons, and Laymen of the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Association to be held with the Cedar Creek Baptist Church August 29 and 30, 2009. Theme: "The Fruits of the Spirit" ~10:15 10:30 11:15 12:00 SATURDAY MORNING 10:00 Devotional and Address of Welcome - Bro. Leroy McHenry Adoption of Program and Business Meeting Sermon-- Love--1 Jn. 2: I0-- Elder Larry Fisher Sermon-- Joy-- Isa, 12:3:- Elder Michael Richardson Benediction and Blessing on Noon Meal SATURDAY AFTERNOON 1:15 Devotional- Bro. Travis Fisher 1:30 Sermon-- Gentleness-- Gen. 33:14-- Elder George Rose SATURDAY NIGHT 7:00 Devotional Bro. Nathaniel Moss 7:15 Evangelistic Sermon-- Elder Darrill Hashman SUNDAY MORNING 10:00 Devotional-- Bro. Lane Smith 10:15 Sermon-- Faith- Heb. I 1:1.6-- Elder Joe Moyers 11:00 Sermon -- Meekness-* Ps. 149:4-- Elder Robert Wood 11:45 Song and Testimonial Service 12:00 Benediction and Blessing on Noon Day Meal SUNDAY AFTERNOON 1:15 Devotional Bro. Gary Allen 1:30 Sermon-- Temperance-- 1 Cor. 9:25-- Elder Richard Westfall 2:15 Fellowship Service, Adjournment and Benediction , 2009 Chevrolet Silverodo 1500 Crew Cob Shod Box 4WD o 2009 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 2009 Chevrolet Equinox 2LT "Recently, I had the privilege of speaking in front of the U.S. Senate. As a result, I am proud to say that Spencer Auto Group is now part of the new General Motors. So, despite what you may have heard, we are OPEN, and more importantly... WE ARE HERE TO STAY! Come visit us today. We'll make sure you enjoy your buying experience." Mr. Peter Lopez, Owner~President of Spencer Auto Group I-]I.IICK. PONTIAC .......... RE..G...U..~...R .H..D..tJR~ Monday - Friday 8:300m - 6pm Saturday 9am - 3pm " Closed Sunday /