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of $10 (AIC) ann million for Agriculture I "West Virginians interested in this technical services to be used by the program will need to act quickly, as grantee in establishing and operating will not award more the deadline for applications is Sep- a Center, (2) hiring of employees (3) grants for FY tember 16, 2003,"said Jenny N. providing matching grants to agricul- Phillips, RD State Director for West rural producers, individually not to one State. Virginia. exceed $5,000, where the aggregate For additional The Agriculture Innovation Cen- amount of all such matching grants refer to*,.he Notice ters must provide technical assistance made by the grantee does not exceed ability (NOFA), to agriculture producers in the devel- $50,000, (4) applied research, and (5) tember 11, 2003 opment of value-added businesses, legal serv;.ces. Entities wishing to Non-profit corporations, for-profit A gr:,nt award may not exceed the tance should corporations, andinstitutionsofhigher les rof$1 millionortwicethedollar 202/720-8460 learningareeligibleapplicantsforthe P.mount (in cash or in kind) of the marc gram. Grants funds may be used for resources committed to the Center's the following purposes: (1) consult- operations apart from the program application package. ingservices forlegal, accounting and grant funds. The Rural 1 think I would rather watch the motions of these cows in their pasture for a day, which 1 way and advancing, watch them and project their course carefully on a chart, and report all fully, than wander to Europe or Asia and watch other motions there; for it is only ourselves case, and perchance we shall report a more restless and worthless self in the latter case than in Henry JOURNEYMAN WOOD CARVER -- After learning the art and craft of wood carving in Gilmer County, Jason Collins (I-r), an apprentice, took his popular art and craft products to Weston in Lewis County. So, now he can be justly classified as "a journeyman" among the trades people. He relates that it was hard work making enough crafts and arts products for the 30th Annual Stonewall Jackson Jubilee at Jackson's Mill. In addition, the hours at the mega-festival were long for Jason, a 2003 Glenville State College graduate from Baldwin who was stationed in a tent near the beekeeper on the grounds. As a result, he appreciated his parents, Judy and Mike, visiting him regularly in order to give him breaks to see some of the historical re-enactments, musical and dance programs, and other old-time demonstrations, not to mention to get a taste of the many yummy food items for sale on the midway. (Statlphoto by Dave Corcoran) more than s 10.4 MILLION in all games and prize amc, unts clain'~d in July 2003 RAINY GILMER WEATHER -- For the past couple of weeks, Gilmer Countians have intermittently found some relief from the 90-deg ree heat waves that have been cfiss-crossing West Virginia. Simultaneously, with the periodic cooling thunder and lightning storms comes the destruction of many trees, to say nothing of property in this rural area. Here, a tree was snapped at its base and fell over County Rtes. 12/7 near the old Steel Truss Bridge at the end of Sycamore Run between Glenville and Alice. This tree prevented traffic from coming through to either Glenville or Alice on Sun., Aug. 24. (Staff photos by Dave Corcoran) WET, M UDDY ROADS -- Due to the.frequent thunderstorms of the past two weeks, many county roads have been inundated with water -Z so muc.n so t.nal meyare impassable, except by four-wheel drive vehicles. Here is an example of that natural impemmem on me Leaoing Creek Road (Glenville end). For poetry and short stories, watch for West Virginia Words -- the Democrat/Pathfinder's literary supplement! e spreads 'word' In the beginning, there were scrolls; now there's ScriptureMail - the easi- est and most modem way for Chris- tians to spread the Bible's message worldwide with a premium e-mail service that's virtually spare-free. According to a recent study by the Pew Internet and American Life Project, 93 percent of Americans go online to send an e-mail (far and away the highest-ranked reason to go online) and 28 percent are looking for reli- gious/spiritual information. 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