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!!i!i~!~ !!! : i i~ ii availability of $10 (AIC) million a for Agriculture 'DOG DAYS' BLUE RIBBON -- Although the Annual Farm Show took place during the "Dog Days" of summer (September 2-6), those extremely hot and humid days didn't burn out the high spirits of 4-H'er Samatha Marks, a 16-year-old Gilmer County High School sophomore from Stout's Mills. Ironically, her project was "Wiggles and Wags" -- an instructive project about how to take care of your dogs, especially boxers. "1 did this display in memory of my boxer, "Sadie," who didn't get to participate in this show as I had wanted her to do," Samatha, a member of the Cedarville Centurion 4-H Club, explains. Sadie would, no doubt, be proud of the Blue Ribbon effort of Samatha, too. (Staff photos by Dave Corcoran, St'.) PIECED QUILT PRIZES -- Doris Gerwig Norman, of Normantown, took a Second Place for this beautiful Scalloped Bargello quilt. "It took me one month to quilt it, but this whole handicrafted project extended over a one year period," she describes, noting that quilting is fun and relaxing for her. Also, crocheting must be enjoyable for this lady who won a Blue Ribbon at the annual Farm Show for her crocheted table cloth. VEGGIE LOVER -- Billy Burke, of Titan Farms, smiles broadly as he proudly holds his "Medley of Vegetables" which won a Blue Ribbon at the Farm Show. A long- time Sand Fork farmer and former state legislative leader, Billy currently serves as Risk Management Coordinator of the West Virginia Department of Agriculture. And, he's also a master gardener, with his wife, Marge, adding a valuable assist. THE END -- By the Farm Show's concluding day -- Sat. afternoon, Sept. 6, little Jenny Edmon was so tired that she rested her head on her father, Richard, the Huntington Bank branch manager in Harrisville. Richard, a Tanner resident who is very active in this Farm Bureau show annually, reports that over 150 people watched the cattle show that morning in the Agncultural Barn. "This Farm Show needs to be done because it promotes our rural hedtage to other people," he affirms, noting: "It would be nice to have it in conjunction with a County Fair too." EDA's community Oh, his seven-year-old daughter, Jenny, didn't walk away empty- awards to be given handed earner, winning a Blue Ribbon for raising the largest head of cabbage at the show. to deserving Gilmer Countians by the EDA, according to Mr. Jim Fealy, the EDA's executive director. " gala annual dinner at 6:30 p.m. on "A lot of folks have been working Tues., Nov. 4. hard in Gilmer County over this past Nominationsofdeservingindividu. year and previous years, so they de- alsand/orgroupsarenowbeingsought / serve to be publicly recognized," he explains. The award categories are as fol- lows: Gilmer Countian of the Year, Senior Services Outstanding Person(s) of the Year, Outstanding Business (or Business Person) of the Year, Out- standing youth Services Person(s) of the Year, and Outstanding Commu- nity Volunteer of the Year. To write a letter of nomination, mail it to: Gilmer County EDA, Attn. Community Awards Nomination, P.O. Box 223, Glenville 26351. The 2003 Gilmer County Economic Development Association's Commu- nity Awards will be given out at its Support the Farm Show, Join the Gilmer Farm Bureau "West Virginians interested in this technical services to be used by the Business-Cooperativ program will need to act quickly, as grantee in establishing and operating will not award mor the deadline for applications is Sep- a Center, (2) hiring of employees (3) grants tember 16, 2003,"said Jenny N. providing matching grants to agricul- a grant to more than Phillips, RD State Director for West tural 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 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 services. Entities wishing to Non-profit corporations, for-profit A grant award may not exceed the tance should cc corporations, and institutions of higher lesser of$1 million or twice the dollar learningareeligibleapplicantsforthe amount (in cash or in kind) of the marc grant. Grants funds may he used for resources committed to the Center's further i the following purposes: (1) consult- operations apart from the program application package. ing services for legal, accounting and grant funds. The Rural I think I would rather watch the motions of these cows in their pasture for a day, which I now way and advancing, watch them and project their course carefully on a chart, and report fully, than wander to Europe or Asia and watch other motions there; for it is only case, and perchance we shall report a more restless and worthless self in the latter case than $ more than 10.4 MILLION In all games and prlz~ amounts claimed In July 2003 Winona Hevvitt Beckley $20.0OO James Naggie Richard TaylorDanny Wyke Carrel Baker Bluef,~l Wheeling "Ct'~ster Hamsvi~ $15,000 $15,000 $10,000 $50,000 3 For The Money Chanda Johnson. Smithers $3,000 Jererny Shutl, Hamlin $3,000 9's on a Line David After. Buckeye $999 Rulea Hall, Fairview $999 Scott Lepka. Pursgtove $999 Wanda Mullins, Madison $999 Howard Nelson, Charleston $999 Je~'Stekes, B~k'h&qnon $999 Debra Tubre. Streetsboro. OH $999 Kenneth Ward, Crab Orchard $999 Willie Woods. Parkersburg $999 Blue Sapphire 7'$ Ronnie Dooley. C_,utloden $777 Howard L. Henry. II, Genoa $777 Laura Miller. Glenville $7.000 Ruth Ann Mitlef. Hartford $777 Shirley Murray. Sandyvilte $7.000 Joteta Pogorelski. Oak Hill $7.000 Cash Cow Joshua Bertr&m. Accoville $1,000 Enn Koontz. Mound~ $1,000 Jerry Lee Price, Danville $1,000 Joseph Wills, Co~ City $1 ,CO0 Cashword Benjamin Deel. Birchteaf. VA $3.000 James Hotstme. So. Charleston $3.000 James Naggie. Bluefietd $15.000 Diamond Bingo Scott Contraski. ~.ston $1,000 Rodger Jonas. Cairo $5.000 Randall KJse. Jodie $5,000 And./Marchiny. Farrrangton $1.000 Kathteen McCuilotxJh. C.~envil~ $5.000 David Underwood. Ellenboro $1.000 Fat Wallet Roger Cochran. Elk'view $5.000 Fun 1's Jo Ann BaJlew, Charleston $I .000 Den~s Hylton, Oak Hill $I ,000 John Sleeth. Washington $1.000 Richard White. Philippi $1.000 Kewn Wdlis. Ansted $1.000 8'S ~ Keffer. Oak Hill $888 Athey Lo~. G~en DankY $888 Hook Line & ~TIk~r Kay Drake, ~, OH $1.000 Richard Taylor, Wheeling $'/5,000 Hot 6 71 $100 Winners 52 $600 Winners More ~amrock Green Raymond McCkJng, Quinwood $777 Piggy Bank 267 $100 Wi~ Powerball TV Game Show Sue Barnett. E]kview $1.000 Jackie Bucldey, Mariner $1,000 K~m McKinney. Oak HiU $1.000 Floyd Stud