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September 9, 2004

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AACVPR Brings Conference to Thursday, Sept. 9, 2004 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 11 ( Introducing Glenville State College ; ~ !~ !!~iii;~ ',d, ~ ~ ~ i : i ~ For the first time, Charleston, will ds be host to the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary lion toby held September 14- 17, 2006. officials at the Charleston Conven- .. Ii !tion and Visitors Bureau announcedtoday. ld Attending the convention will be ld more than 1,250 visitors, who will g occupy approximately 2,326 room re nights in three local hotels: Charles- ip ton Marriott, Embassy Suites and bi Holiday Inn Express Civic Center. According to Bureau economic im- ii [ i~i ~ ~ pact calculations, this convention will le !I i I!~~ ~ i generate apprximately $885'270 frthe city. n: Charleston CVB Vice President of ~s ~i ~ ; Sales, Eddie Canaday, states, "We've I, ii ~:" :~' : " worked hard here at the Charleston td Convention & Visitors Bureau and collaboratively with our local con- st ion tact, Ed Hayer, for more than five 3, years to bring AACVPR to Charles- , ..... ' ton. We were up against some very GSC S FACULTY -- A college is only as strong as its faculty, states GSC s president, Dr. Robert Freeman. n !i competitive cities such as Baltimore, Here, Glenvi!le State College's growing and well-qualified faculty stands to be recognized and to participate MD, and Providence, RI, but won the in the school s "excellence oath initiative/The Annual GSC Convocation took place on Tues., Aug. 24 in the e bid unanimously." Fine Arts Auditorium, with the faculty having the chance to mingle wi!h the community and student body For more information, visitafterwards at a picnic in the Kidd Library s parking ~~t~ catered by GSC s Aramark F~~d SerVice~ (Sta~ ~h~t~ www.aacvpr.org, by Dave Corcoran, Sr.) r "~,._ '"' ~f e E Tnn le , ) Country Store Happenungs ... d I, Submitted by Dave and Judy Brown, lesson. She was as "proud as a pea- ~ t o i take home with her She is planning 1.1,31.. jraterntty welcomes Jall semester Country Store Managers cock" wilh her table runner she had to I-yo,,'~ L, . .- v ~. ~ . 30 / Visitors at the Country Store this on returning Friday as well asseveral Your local Tau Kappa Epsilon Since this is our 40th anniversary pion and senior champion bull hen- andFoxCrossFarm,Alderson, W.Va., ors. Anne Patton Schubert, own the September 2003 daughter of Taylorsville, Ky.,owns the May 2002 Leachman Saugahatchee 3000(2. She son of A P S Stock Traveler. first won senior heifer calf champion. Schubert also showed the reserve Whitney Simmons, Franklin, grand champion butl. APSBeauisa showed the grand champion cow-calf November 2003 son of BR Midland. pair. Glenlield Georgina 7259 is a He first won senior bull calf cham- January 1999daughterofNBarEmu- pion. !alien EXT. A March 2004 daughter Jennifer Ringwelski, Marengo, IL, of McCumberEquator6122isat side. eli's Amazing Cabbage) GIANT VEGETABLE Sand Fork Etementary Student Grows Giant Cabbage Michaela Byron, a student at Sand When asked the secret of her suc- ForkElementarySchool,displaysher cess, Michaela said, "I planted it in giant cabbage, which she grew in her my grandpa's garden because he has grandfather's garden on Dusk Camp. an electric fence around it, and I fed it The studentsin Michaela'sthird grade Miracle Grow." class received garden-ready cabbage Michaela is the daughter of Tom plants in early April. and Deanna Byron and the grand- The plants were donated by the daughter of Jack and Ann Byron of Bonnie Plant Farm of Union Springs, Troy, and Danny and Wanda Self of AL. Michaela's cabbage weighed 11.5 Stouts Mills. pounds. d h I, J g k t J past week included several from Webster County as well as several folks from Gilmer County. One little fellow was really interested in the old toys and trucks that are on display. Two of the visitors from Webster County brought their spinning wheels and spun some yarns with the rest of the women folk. A couple of the gals worked on "needle-felting" projects. That is using wool to create animals or caricatures of people. This Friday, on "learning-day," needle felting will be on the agenda. There are several needle felted items on display. We hope to be doing some "wet-felting" in the upcoming weeks as well. In this type of felting, wool is used to make handbags, hats, slippers, table run- ners, vests, checkbook covers, hot pads, pot holders, and on and on. They make nice gift items, One of the ladies from the Cowen area also received her first weaving of the others. One of our other regular visitors who is learning to spin, also raises flowers and herbs. She usually has a van load of reasonably priced taurus, herbs, and the like along for sale. I believe she will have some again this week, so stop and visit and check out her plants. We would like to invite any and all to stop for an "all day visit" and fry your hand at weaving, spinning, or what ever we are doing. Friday is the no-cost, learning day, open from 10am until 2 p.m. or later. Watch, join in and visit with us. Saturday hours are 10 a.m to noon for touring. Please note that we will be open durng the Riverfest and Bluegrass Weekend, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 17 and 18, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. both days. For further information, call Dave & Judy Brown, 462-4682 or judyweaves @ wv-cis, net, I I II Ill I Ill Illll Chicken Selects Are Back! McDonald's reintroduces one of your all-time favor- ites, Chicken Selects. Hearty strips of breaded chicken breast, with 3 new dipping sauces to cus- tomize to your taste; Hot Buffalo Sauce, Creamy Ranch or Tangy Mustard. Available in 3, 5 or 10 strips, and of course, all are available in Extra Value Meal combinations. Select yours today! Open 5:ooam Mon-Sat 6:ooam on Sundays Shake it Up! Our triple thick milkshakes are always just right, day or night. McDonald's of GIenvitle 462-5OLO I II I II (TKE) Faternity would like to wel- year at GSC, we really encourage all come all the students back to GSC. TKE alumni and Holy Roller Court We also send greetings to all the citi- alumni to contact us so that we can zens of the Glenville community, inform you of the upcoming celebra- TKE is a philanthropic organiza- tionsthat will be taking place through- tion with one of our main goals to find out the year. the men of the college community This also being the beginning of a and to turn them into the leaders of new year here at GSC, we should all tomorrow, to build up, and improve gooutandshowourschoolspirit, and the community. With that said, we are support our schoors athletic teams as asking for help from the local corn- they compete throughout this year. reunify. If any oneon the community We are looking forward to seeing has any community servicc projects you. Help us to hclp the school, and they need help with, please feel free to the community. contact us. Big or small, wc are ready Please feel free to contact us at to help our community become even james.c.upton@us.army.mil. greater than it already is. NOW OPEN AND READY TO WORK TO HELP YOU t WITH ALL YOUR HOME NEEDS. Electrical, Remodeling, Plumbing, Ditching, Septic Systems, Road Building, Farm Clean-up, Creek Clean-Up & Etc. Pulpwood - All Species $18.00/ton - Delivered to our yard Braxton Lumber Co., Inc. Heaters, WV Call (304) 765-5461 for details. r i i iii ii OPEN HOUSE The Home Show of Buckhannon ptember 10th- i ii ,i Come sngn up to WIN.... Tickets to VAN 500 NASCAR RACE and a set of PASSES for the RICHARD PETTY DRIVING EXPERIENCE! 11mllmnoSaow rye ~k~ne, Rt. 33 Between Weston & Buckhannon Top of Buckhannon Mountain (304) I I I I I II I 'd [columbia [ FOREST PRODUCTS I Columbia West I Virginia Corporation [ is seeking to buy [ standing timber and ] logs in North Central] West Virginia. ] Columbia can also ] provide management | plans for landowners to I help in wildlife and I timber management. I Please Call: [ Dave Lewellyn ] (304) 472 8573 or ] Charles Sperry ] (304) 622-6782. "1 Stonewall General Store 135 Main Street Weston, WV Phone: 269-4335 Authorized Cats Meow Dealer Rothschild Dips and Sauces Dealer Now Serving- BBQ Sandwiches Daily ..,. Muffins .Hot Pretzels Root Beer Floats-8-Flavors of Hand Dipped Ice Cream Waffle Cone -Black Cherty Soda , ANTIQUES _ oot =S r Wood Furniture, Beds, Glassware, r kege cream Soda Baskets, Stoneware, Soy Candles. SHOP IN AN OLD TIME ATMOSPHERE Hours: Men. thru Frl. 10 am - 5 pm and Sat. 10 am - 4 pm J Sun. 1 pm - 4 pm II WANTED " /Oil & Gas Wells and Leases | Paying top dollar for wells, leases, royalty, ] also interested in: [ Low production, or abandoned wells, [ buying pipe connections, pipe lines, pumping | jacks, and misc. oil field equipment. | If you have on your property, or know of wells I not being produced. I Contact: ] RamseyAssociated Petroleum [ at: P.O. Box 90 Glenville, WV 26351 " ] or call: phone 462-5744 fax 462-0300