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Yau,,o , 8 e# tem&, I S You Want It- When You Want It" Concrete Blocks Re Barr Concrete Wire Bagged Mortar & Cement Sand & Gravel .COmmercial & Residential Sand & Limestone Center for Appalachian Network Access presents- The gh Speed Internet Project Report By S. John Whitehill, CANA Project Originator Last week was a crummy week opments: the Glenvilte commu- forfootbalt, lt was a great week for nity website is ready to be the Glenville Internet project. I am launched. For those of you who writing to inform you of where we attended the first community are and where we hope to go.meeting, you may recall that we We have been busy, making focused on putting a bigger and progress and are more excited better internet welcome mat for than ever about the Glenville Gtenvitle. Project, At the same time, we are work- A positive milestone has been ing with Dave and Kristal to cre- reached: the network equipment ateanonlineversionoftheGten- has been ordered. The accessville newspaper. This spring, we ;riber modules for are scheduled to hold a Glenville Glenville's Motorola Canopy sys- Arts and Crafts Show at Carnegie temareontheirway.Weareahead Mellon's gallery in Pittsburgh. of schedule and below budget. Showing the quilts and other The bidding process was master- worksoflocat artists is a wonder- fully run by Maverick Woo, the ful way to call attention to the Hong Kong poker player worthy of community and create a thriving his name. (Could he win at Liars' arts and crafts industry. Poker at the Common Place?It). There is a great deal left for all Another very important revel- of us to do to make this project a opment to the Glenville Project big success. We will begin instai- that has wide spread importance lation of the network soon, a little is something called aggregation at a time. We will keep you aware ofdemand. Simplyput, thatmeans of the progress, as we connect, getting more for less; in this case, first, the not-for-profit organiza- broadband capacity, tions and then spread out to the Largely through the efforts of wider community. We ask for Larry Baker and Ed Ward of WV individuals to help us with our Net, Glenville will have a more activities, such as organizing the efficient, more robust and cheaper Art Show. broadband connectivity. WV Net CANA has a web site: is the provider of broadband to http:#www.cs, cmu.edu/-cana, education and government in West You can read our report on the Virginia. CANA is delighted to an- Glenville Prolect; we intend to nounce that Ed will be joining our keep the site current, board; he is a tremendous asset This is a great project and it is and resource, a privilege to be working with the A couple of other exciting devel, good people of Gtenvilte. Thursday, SepL 18, 2003 -- The Gleaville Democrat/Pathfinder __ Page 511 G " r /~ " LEN\ I LLE STATE COLLEGE ws GSC nters Professional Development Partnershmp with Calhoun Middle High Representatives from Glenville as well as professional development State College and Calhoun Middle for leachers, school leaders and GSC High School (CMH ) entered into a faculty. pannership on Mort., Sept. 15, to "We are very delighted to work improve the quality of public school with Calhoun County, stated Dr. education through Robe~ Freeman, Interim President of Professional Development GSC. 'We re looking for many other Schools. A reception, which was held opportunities like this one." at CMHS, was held for the official Both GSC and CMHS will provide signingofthepartnershipand topro- ai._s_ons to coordinate the work of the vide informaliDn to area off'uzinls om rrotessional. Dwlopment School the importance of the Professional , partne~.,h{p. Tamra oak will serve Development , hools. as the hazsom for ~MH$, while Dr. GSC'sProf ssIonalDevelopment Loralyn Hilton-Taylor will serve u Schools aim to Strengthen teacher liaison for GSC. The ltwo liaisons will education and development by serv- work together to provide Sul~rvisi0n, ing as exemplary ites of instruc- men,ring and field placement for in- lions, builders of knowledge and ternships and teacher candidates. vehicles for mentoring beginning In addition to Yoak and and veteran teachers, as well as Hilton-Taylor, thepartnersintheGSC improve the overall educationalpro- and CMHS ProfessionalDevelopment cess for all constituents, especially School partnership include: Ronald public school students. CMHS is a Blankenship, Superintendent of Cal- perfect choice for a Professional houn County Schools; Robert Free- Development School because of its man, Interim President of GSC; dedication to providing exemplary Michael Offutt, Principal of CMHS; education and clinical settings for and Dr. Debra Simon. GSC Dean of the preparation of new educators, Teacher ~ucation. Y ,'12 Noon WV State Certified 462-8747 Gienville Card-Sized Camera ~NAPS>--Picture this: a credit card-sized camera. This technological development is sleek and sturdy, offering ixJint. and-click convenience along with some of the most progressive fea- tures in the industry. -es bach all Gilmer County & enville State ColIe e Staff & Students MORE COMPUTER RESOURCES FOR GILMER COUNTY-The new FIPSE (Fund for Improvement of Post Secondary Education) Lab is set to open on the first floor of Glenville State College s Louis Bennett Hall (LBH), to be used by students and members of the community alike. LBH is also the home of GSC's Office of Technology and the Center for Appahachiam Nelwork Acoetm (CANA) project t~eaclqu,a_rtem. A cutting ceremony for the lab was held on Wed., Sept. 17. Hours of operation for the lab are: Mon.-Thurs., 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.; Frt., 8:00 a.m.- 00 p.m.; Sat., 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.; and Sun., 1:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Never trust a man who speaks well of everybody. ---John ChurCh Co~ in and try out our products and services: Western Union Money Orders Phone Cards We offer check cashing cards to students with out of town banks We Accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover and Debit Cards Old-fashioned grocery "carry out" service Low prices Full Service Deli & Bakery Party trays for your fall football tail gates and other parties Full Frozen Foods & Microwavable Section for Your Cooking Convenience Weekly Specials Remodeled Store, and laid-out coveniently for shopping OSE TO Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m.-9 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m.-8 p.m. FOODLAND PLAZA "Glenville 462-5463 O up TO 2.0CI0/0 APY* United's new USA Money Market rate. It's way up there. WEST VIRGINIA'S BANK A rr~ morn ~e~s~t of $5,OOO,OO m too,hey r~ cuner~P/oo ~o~/s req~d to ~. 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