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Page 4 - Thursday, September 22, 2016 - The Glenville Democrat The Glenville Pathfinder - Glenville, WV 26351 Little Kanawha River Trail moves forward The meeting was held on end, he said we should weigh Theysentathankyounotewith Burnsville would like more June 13 at the Glenville hm. It the work required to complete mention of their donation on a children's activities for their was called to order by Kathy all the paperwork vs. trying to sign for the kiosk. Also, on the festival. The request was dis- Gilbert, President. In alien- get other grants, kiosk,itwillincludesafetytips, cussed at the August meeting. dance were Shelly DeMarino, The minutes ti"om the last the recommendation of per- Also mentioned were having DeannaStewart,DonnaSingle- meeting were approved. The sonal floatation devices and a org,'mized floats before the Sat- ton,AnitaSimpson,Jim Bailey, liabilities for volunteers and map. urday GSC football games and Danny Gilbert, Teresa Bailey, activity participants were RickWalsh drove the truck maybean"anythingthatfloats" EdHamrick,KaylaWalsh.and brought up. The committee de- with the kayak for the Folk events. Jeff Campbell. cided to have a separate sign in Festival parade. Members dis- T-shirt prices were deter- Ed Hamrick, of the DNR, sheet per person stating that it cussed moving the meeting mined. One's size and kid size started the meeting by discuss- was to be used for that and all date,but decided the nextmeet- t-shirts are $10 and all adult t- ing the work done by two other future activities, ing would be on August 8. For shirts are $-15. watertrailstoreceivehelpfi'om The RiverTrail needs to rec- now, the committee tabled the For info on the group, con- the DOH, He stated that we ognize the Little Kanawha wish list and ideas fbr future tact Kathy Gilbert at GSC. don't need their approval to be Parkway Authorityfortheirdo- funding. Minutes were submitted by designated a water trail. In the uatiou for the kiosk materials. Fall events were brought up. Anita Toth Simpson. Route 5 accident claims GSC student's life.., cont'd Continued from page 1riod of time while the scene was by Calhoun County for traffic ville State President Dr. Peter cleared.Policeconfirmthatthere control and other measures. Barr. allegedlyovercorrected,crossed w.asno way ofknowingifspeed "We'regoingtorespectthefami- A GoFundMe account has the center line, and was hit on was a factor in the accident, lies; no pictures of the scene will been set up in Dejana's name to the front end and side. which "It wasn't something we like be released to the public," Sher- assist the family with final ex- resultedin herdeath.Mr: Smith toinvestigate."commentedGil- iffGerwig mentioned, penses.Hermothermaybecom- was transported to Minnie mer County Sheriff Larry Get- "All of us at GSC loved her ing from Serbia to handle the Hamilton in Grantsville for mi- wig. He continued with saying [MissLudoskilandaresosadat arrangements, which will be nor injuries, but has since been how sad it was because of how her passing. She was always vi- quite expensive for the family. released, younglhe victim was. brant and an inspiration to all. To donate, visit Route 5 was closed for a pc-Gilmer County was assisted We will miss her," states Glen- Senior Recital ... continued Continued from page 1 ite work. The soothing blend of tury work offered what Franz other and smiling as if they soloists having complete con- these two instruments created JosephHaydn'stitlesuggested: were the only readers of a long trol over the restless layers of an ethereal mood that encour- twofluteswithequalvoicehar- forgottencode.Atthatmoment, melodiesthatflowedsmoothly aged the audience to sit back. monizing and using dynamic the music met the composer's from voice to voice. The sec- Ms. Daniels and Ms. Sara contrast to create a musical intent and the artist on stage ond movement, "Much Rollinsonvibraphonebothl!ad echo: had done her job. Slower," was quieter with brief equal voice doing what they do After her bow, Ms, Daniels The final composition of the moments of intensity, the pi- best: the flnte playing long lyri- returned to the stage alone to eveningwasatreatfortheaudi- ano adding much to contrast cal lines, the vibraphone pro- perform ~'nchronisrns No. 1 ence. Rejoined by Mrs. While andpunctuatetheflute'sbeau- viding tantalizing chords and by the Argentinian composer onpiano,Ms.Danielsswitched tifullonglines.Thethirdmove- pulse. The jazz standard MarioDavidovsky. Apopular instruments and pertbrmed a ment, "More Lively andPerdido followed, with Ms. contemporary addition to the. lively composition called March," had the feel of a chase Daniels pertbnning with a pre- flute repertoire, this piece uses Colibrion the piccolo. Withthe recordedelecu'omctonesto - feel of movie music, the piece with Ms. Daniels Lnoving el- recorded comb0. Adding ajazz " "ac fortlessly fi'om low to high. standardtotheprogramshowed company" the flute's random danced along in an odd meter The next two pieces on the versatilityandasenseofstyle-- sounds and artistic tech- suggestiveofthesuddenmoves progrmn offered a change of thestudyofwhichwillnodoubt niques--done well, the two a hummingbird makes in flight. mood from the academicserveher well as she pursues a voices create a musical mood. With Mrs. White putting down Hindemith, Thoughts for flute career in music education. An interesting thing occurred steady rhythm, Ms. Daniel s and and vibraphone, by American Mr. Billy Titus joined Ms. during this performance: just her piccolofloated above,care- composer Neil DePonte, was a Daniels on stage for the next seconds into the start of the free. It was pure delight. colorful addition to the pro- piece, a classical offering sire- work, the kids in the audience And .,. an entire evening of gram and this listener's favor- ply titled Echo. The 18'h cen- came to life, looking at each music enjoyed by all! Commission: Polling Places remain the same ...cont'd ... penses, travel expenses, and has inspected the building with Building" will be the polling Continued from page 1 other benefits. The Commis- two contractors to assess and place for that area in the up- inlotheCommission'sRoutine stun deemed this to be a good ascertain the levels of water coming election, Business and Exonerations and thing and agreed thatMs. Haney damage. Also, the ongoing re- in other business, the Corn- / or Consolidations were could set upaineeting with the search and design to make the. mission heard that 'numerous' promptly approved.Since there Courthouseemployeesto:s~ak second floor handicap a~es- BINGO licenses had been pre- w~fi~:EState QualifiCations to them about the pr~] = ~le is still u~ sented and were approved, -- and Estate Settlements, the Movin~throu~hr~lebusi- ~ousehandynmnTroy~~ Kiln Jefiklns repo~ed from Board shifted to their first Det. ness.theCommissionappointed will be made aware ofthe~'rbof the Sheriff's Office that the egation. Don Bailey to the Gihner and window issues to see what Sheriff's Settlement is fi~ished TheCommissionheardfrom County Recreation Center hecan do, but ,'t resolution was and it matches the final num- a senior group to make Sept. Board for a three-year term. made for a Courthouse Facili- bers on the financial statement. 26-30,2016,'WestVirginiaRe- They also alerted everyone to ties hnprovenient Grant to get In addition, she let the Corn- tired Teachers Service Week". lhe vacancies on the Unsafe themoney tofix what hecan't, missionknowthatnextyearthe The organization of retired Buildings and Lands Enforce- A list of poll workers for the Sheriff's settlement will be run school employees has about 60 ment Agency (DeKalb / Troy upcoming November election on a monthly basis. dues-paying members in the and Glenville Districts) and a was presented and approved. It Finally, the Commission sat county and provides two schol- further vacancy for the Gilmer wasnotedthattheuseoftheold down to pay bills totaling arshipsforGilmerCountyHigh CountyRecreatiouCenter(De- school locations had already $149.085.21. Commissioner School students to offset col- Kalb District), been approved before they were Brian Kennedy drew out one lege expenses. The Commis- There was no Budget Con- closed by the BOE this past billtomentioninparticular:the stun thought this was a worth- trol Report this month, but the May. It was noted that it was a county's jail bill for the month while request and approved the three did hear a short list of goodideatogetthispermission of August 2016 totaled proclamation. BudgetRevisionswhichpassed. before the closures, otherwise $23,787.25.This,inKennedy's Oddly, a Second delegation The Commission approved there would be a scramble in opinion, was far too high. but from GSC's Bob Hardman re- the County Commission Min- theaffectedcommunitiestofind there'snothingthatcanbedone gardingabonddidn'tmakeitto utes from a previous meeting usablepollingplaces.However, aboutthat at this time. the meeting, and announced they had the it was noted that before the next Next mtg. Oct. 7 The Commission heard from Lewis-Gilmer E-9l I yearly to- election cycle (two years from Next meeting of the Gilmer Bridget Haney regarding a tals~brdispatchedcallsaswell, now) it would be necessary to County Commission will be wellness card and progrmn lhat Moving into New Business, find new ones in those commu- heldatthe CourthouseonOcto- she wished to share with the the Commissioners heard a so- nities, bet 7, 2016 at the usual 9 a.m. Courthouse employees. Once bering list of roof and window It was also,'mnounced that in With no Executive Session enrolled, the card would save repairs that need to be done to Stouts Mills, what is locally called for, the meeting was ad- any member on medical ex- the Courthouse. An engineer known as "The Rick Frame joumed at 9.:50 a.m, I OOO OOO Continued from page 1 will benefit the Seniors' Nutrition Program. For info or to purchase a ticket, call the Senior Center at 304- 462-5761. And, good luck! O ' Glenville State Coll%e s Bluegrass Band will be hosting a Little Community Bluegrass Jam eve~' Monday evening from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., August through November. The event, which is free and open to the community, will be held at Tudor's Biscuit World in Glenville. The performances will be a free acoustic jam session,open to musicians and listeners of all ages,in a family friendly atmosphere. For more information, call GSC Bluegrass Program Director Megan Darby at (304) 462-6347. Community Baby Shower Fri., Sept. 30 The Gilmer County Family Resource Network (FRN) is hosting their anfiual Community Baby Shower at 6:30 on Fri.. Sept. 30 at Genesis Healthcare (the nursing home). This shower is open to expecting parents and the parents or caregivers of children up to age one in Gilmer Couuly. If you would like to attend, RSVP to or call 304-462-7545 by this Fri., Sept. 23. Sportsman's Bingo Oct. 21 The anntml Sportsman's Bingo that is put on by the Gilmer County Volunteer Fire Department will be held on Fri., Oct. 21. All bingo prizes will be hunting and fishing related with the 21 st game prize being a crossbow. More i nfbnnation to come as the event gets closer, If you would like to purchase a a Fire Fighter or a member of the Support Group. Angel Tree Applications now being accepted Angel Tree applications will be taken at Community Resources and the Family Resource Network (FRN) now through Nov. 4. Eligible angels must be youth ages 0 to 12 years old. Appropriate proof of income includes wages and salaries for everyone residing within the household. For two people in the household, the yearly gross income limit is $29.637, for three people, it is $37,296, for four, it is $44,955, and for five, it is $52,614. Contact CRI at 304- 462-8698 or FRN at 304-462-7545 for more information. Much Appreciation to the Community for CRI Dinner Chrissy Junkins, director at Community Resources Inc., wants to extend her sincere gratitude to the community of Gilmer County in:t'ir~..~~~~ was apil!~ in 6~r community, well loved, aqd helped many people over the years. "Her legacy will never be forgotten,'~ Mrs. Junkins fondly said. Medicare Open Enrollment rtms from Oct. 15 through Dec. 5 this year. Do you have the plan that best fits your needs? Is your c~ q 9 plan changing its coverage for 2017: Is your premium increasing', Do you want to see if something else is available that offers coverage that is as good ;is or beUer than yourcurrent phm? Are you new to Medicare? Do you have other Medicare concerns? Free, one-on-one unbiased Medicare assistance is available in Gilmer County at GiI-Co Faith Pharmacy. Call Ernestine Post at 304-765- 4091 for more information or to schedule an appointment to discuss your needs and concerns. GSC Music Fest Oct. 11 The an nual M usic Fest at G len ville State College w ill be held on Tues., Oct. 1 l at the Fine Arts Auditorium beginning at 7 p.m. Adults are $ I 0, public school st udents are $5,and GSC students are t?ee with ID. All proceeds will go toward the Bertha Olsen Music Scholarship Fund. For more inlormation, call the Fine Arts De- partment at 304-462-6340. How to Search for Lice Head lice are commonly The Differences Between has approved two topical peatedly (more than three poo or rubbing alcohol for Generally speaking, you treated with medicated Regular Lice & 'Super Lice ' prescription treatments for times); and don't usesprays 60 minutes. can be sure you have head shamlx',os or lotions contain- There'sgrowingevidence head lice: Natroba to treat head lice. 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