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Page 4B -- The Glenvflle Democrat/Pathf'mder ---Thursday, Sept. 18, 2003 t 4 if RECENT GRADUATE SPEAKS --- At the August 30 Convocation in the Fine Arts Building, Glenville's Shelly Sheets, a 2002 GSC graduate and Student of the Year who performed over 1,500 hours of activities and services for the College, gave some advice to the incoming freshmen and women. "Actions speak louder than words," she propounds, urging all students to get the "school spirit" by attending the College's scholastic, social, cultural and athletic events. FUN TIME AND FOOD -- After the Convocation, the faculty had an opportunity to interact with the students and participating local organizations and businesses at the annual Community Picnic. Here, Interim Academic Vice-President Kathy Butler (I-r) jokes with three freshmen: Sara Gosa, of Buckhannon; Shay Fields, of Nettie; and LaDawn Riffle, of Buckhannon. All of the young ladies are education majors. Although a cookout was available, Dr. Butler was giving the girls much "food for thought." GSC IS FAMILY AFFAIR -- Mrs. Debbie a Manager for Special Projects, is a graduate of ( so she took the opportunity at the Convocation's tell her son, Paul Nagy III, several stories about the College Hill. Paul, a 2003 Gilmer County High freshman majoring in English and has a special interest theater. (StaH photos by Dave Corcoran, Sr.) :ii ii/!ii i i~{iii!ii~ill ~:~i i ~ii k !: i % We o assortment romance and occasion . ,'Your Home Town Jewelry Store" 144 Main St., Spencer 927-1620 I I IIIIIII Let us do your car repair and maintenance Towing and wrecker service available I Glenville = 462-7903 After hours pa r 304-540-0401 We' re he re college and the to serve "Concrete where you when you want it." GILMER COUNTY Lynch Run 462-8747 I 'life' and energy to the new fall semester Give us a visit! Natural vitamins & minerals, Dried fruit & nut mixes, Personal care items and Spritzers. 211 N. Lewis St. Glenville ..... 462-8157 We Do It aster, Complete Auto Repair Service Complete System lifetime warranty, even on the clamps on full exhaust system. NOW OFFERING COMPUTERIZED FRONT END ALIGNMENTS State Inspections Brakes Shocks $13.99 Quick Lube excludes trucks and imports 351 E. 3rd St., Weston 269-1177 I ! Cold Pop & Beverages -- Hot Dogs Variety of Snacks Cappuccino & Hot Chocolate Gasoline ~ Diesel ~ Kerosene Clean Rest Rooms Downtown at the traffic light 6 a.m. - 11 p.m. weekly 8 a.m. - 11 p.m. Sundays YOUR STUDENT HEADQUARTERS Phone 462-7820 II your studies nil You're welcome to visit us at 'Country Club 33' Try our Wednesday evening homecooked meals Legal beverages - Special Meals - IO Required Rt. 33 East Gienville 462-8494 Totally We're Committed to you! Final h tes Lewis County's Custo dl Satisfaction Dealer [ Welcome Back StudentS" Come see us. New and Used vehicles M-F 8 to 6 -- Sat. 8 to 373 E. 3rd Street Weston, W'V 26452 269-5727 1-I We'll keep you uP on sporting eve0 events, and collegeI