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Thursday, Sept. 25, 2003 .-- The Glenvtile Democrat/Pathfln~r __ Page 13 live action entertaJn- ~ Holly Gray Park in :y, September 28 in the W. Va. High ts one of the feature nual Tim- is the sec- has been held in With ladies' barrel goat tying, saddle bronc ing and bull riding, r everyone to en- mutton bustin' for the young- ing at 1:00p.m Along with the rodeo, you will find plenty of activities to fill your entire day. The gates open at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday. At 10:30 at the horse logging demonstration begins, followed by youth activities, the Hank Peterson Lumberjack show, a profes- sional logging competition, Horse Logging, and a Fire Prevention Dog Demonstration. You can also have your picture taken with Smokey the Bear. These activities will continue on Sunday with the addition of the Skidder Pull. Tickets may be purchased at any Bank of Gassaway location in Gassaway, Sutton, Burnsville or Clay Continued from Page 1 Plans call for the third floor of Glen- ville State's Louis Bennett Hall to be renovated to house the new NCLETrC Annex Training Center. It will include three classrooms, com- puter learning and criminal justice training labs, and dormitory space for students and instructors. Dr. Robert Freeman, the college's interim president, said that the train- ing annex will be a welcome addition to central West Virginia, particularly given the recent opening of the new federal prison in Glenville. "I am extremely pleased that this training center is being developed on the cam- pus of Glenville State College. Not only will it be a valuable asset to the (Federal) Bureau of Prisons, but also to our community and college. We look forward to a productive partner- ship," Freeman affirms. NCLETTC Executive Director Steve Morrison said that establishing the annex is a strategic move for his Registration deadline for organization. "This will expand our capability to reach more officers in the central and southern parts of West Virginia, as well as surrounding states. The availability of~tory space is another plus, because it will save mopey for the agencies that send of- ricers to outclasses." Morrison points OUt. Continuing, he says, "Of course, our relationship will he mutually ben- eficial, in that Glenville State stu- dents will be able to take part in our classes, use our labs and see new technologies. We'll also be available to help the college tailor programs for staff at the federal prison." DiD been instrumental in developing the site as a year-round training and tech- nology center for corrections, law en- forcement and public safety organi- zations. Among the Moundsville Center's features are state-of-the-an class- rooms, an indoor firing range, an elec- tronic firearms simulator, a technol- ogy showcase area and an outdoor obstacle course. NCLETrC also is a co-sponsor ofevents such as the highly popular Mock Prison Riots held each year at the former penitentiary. In addition, it hosts the annual Mock Disaster, which received a national award for disaster preparedness/first or by calling (304) 364-5576 or (304)rwv2__2__.._zrammg Seminar is October 15 NCL was launched at the responders at a law enforcement con- former West Virginia Penitentiary in ference this summer in Washington, begins at 364-2273. Evelyn Post, Executive Director of life while preventing job burnout and Moundsvillethreeyearsafterthestate D.C. Unday show start- Central WestVirginiaAging Services, "connecting" with their clients. . ----'------ vacated the historic structure in 1995. ' In only fi ve short years, NCLEI1"C Inc. and CARE, Inc. announces the Ms. Miilie Karlen, Co-director o! Through his position on the U.S. has ea.med a reputation as a top-notch aUbseribe" Stay in touChlo yourWithhometownfamily andnewspaper.friends, presentation of a one day seminar for the Morgantown Regional Office of HouseofRepresentatives'Appropria- training and technology resource for continuing education hours benefit- the WV Chapter of the Alzheimer% tions Committee, Mr. Moiloh.an has officers throughout the region,' Con- ing licensed social workers, regis- Association will present "He Went **'k**,k,k*******-k**~t***'k'k* ~ tered nurses and licensed practical Out f~ the Paper and Never Came secured more than $4 million for gressman Moliohan remarks. "I am ]N~[E~d~ & L]SED F],~J~N~[T~P,J~ ,~ nurses at Stonewall Resort near Back' which will deal with the legal NCLETTC, also known as the proud of its performance and pleased Moundsville Center. The federal that it wiil extend its reach deeper into PRICED REASONABLM ~ Weston on October 20. and safety aspects of the wanderer money, together with state invest- the state through this partnership with Dr. Heather Melt, Readjustment whois afflicted with Alzheimefs dis- ments obtained by local members of Gtenville State. ~eL~ction of Itenqs ne,d, tools available Variety of Bisque" Counseling Therapist, Veterans Ad- ease. ministration Hospital, Clarksburg will All attendees must pre-register and the West Virginia Legislature, has re and Dolls - Lamps - TVs - Knives - Coim - Jewelry ~ present ' Personal and Professional there is a charge. Call Betty Talbott, Supplies -- Rods -- Reels -- Artificial and Live Baits Good Selection of Hunting Supplies ; Longevity" which will explore the Seminar Coordinator, at 472-0395 or rts on ..... items in or me to sell for you!" ways the attendee can retain resil- 1-800-296-0069 for a brochure and consignrnertt to sell - Brmg fi ~ ience in the personal and professional furd~ details. f~ I -. ~ Mon..Fri.9a.m.-5p,m. W Saturday 9 am. - 3 p,m. ,jr'k U ~ .~N~ 3~4J580" Court Strt'et, Grm~tsdlle ddS & [lldS * The Bargain Store " Check out our great summer spedah! A new shipment has just arrived! At a Time Like this, It's Good to have an Agent Who knows You by Name. Your neighborhood - there when you need us. Offering individual solutions to help CUstomize your policy so ALL your insurance needs can be met. us...stop by...Log on - it's your choice! Gilmer County Agency Ken Foglesong, Agent Marks, Associate Agent 462-8334 Nationwide Insurance & Financial Services ~,lofionwide l'~ On Yoar Side? Cc~. ,oar,,es. Columbus OH 432 -2220 vOA5 11,t30 E. NICHOLS, M.D. Main Street Glenville, WV Phone 462-8612 hours by appointment Friday 8 a.m. - Noon Weekend Walk-in hours as follow : Hom,t Day Date Elou~ 4-9 p.m. ~ Sept. 28 1-3 p.m. SepL 29 4-9 p.m. 4-9 p.m. 8-12 noon Sept. 30 4-9 p.m. Oct. 1 6-9 p.m. We have many items to choose from.. Air deaners, sweepers, steamers, dishes, weedeaters, indoor and outdoor fighting, linens, chaise cushions, kitchen appliances, ceiling fans, plumbing fixtures, Christmas in July specials and much, much more. Take advantage of our huge savingJ at The Barn Store Flatwoods Factory Outlet Mall Open Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 9 pm Sundays 12 noon to6 prm Take 1-79, Exit 67 304-765-3600 Criss Sales & Service Located on RL 33W, Old Weston Road Buckhannon, WV ) Specializing in: HUSQVARNA, SHINDAIWA & SNAPPER Products Plus All Your Logging Supplies! We Service and ~tand behind the Products ~'e sell! (304) 472-1474 ~au r z a ~,,)~ n nd ja rden Equtpnl ent xd,rts! / q Comleoul Ser,,'ice Otdck Loans. Buy, Sell, Trade and Lend Dollars on Jewelry, Guns, Musical Instruments, Electronics, etc. Located in Flatwoodx Outlet Marl next to Tommy Hilfiger Check the classified page, you may find it there Wolverine, Red Head and Pro-Line Insulated, Waterproof, Satisfaction Guaranteedl Single-Shot, Shot Guns New Free Box of Shells with Gun We Loan Cash on Good Used Guns! Lamb Paul Ryan Lamb John St (304) 269-452] W.V. 26452 w.v.#013537 Fax: 304- Fall Feeder Calf Sale Ritchie County Cooperative Marketing Assoc. Dates to Remember: Fri., Sept. 12, 2003 * Consignments Due Thurs., Oct. 2, 2003: *Take-In Day (8 a.m.-4 p.m.) Fri., Oct. 3, 2003: *Sale is 12:00 noon on Bunnell's Run Road near HarrLsviile Sale is open to anyone having calves that qualify for sale. No horns-no bull calves. Calves graded by WV Department of Agriculture graders. Consingment letter with sale details are available at Extension Oft'ices in All For more information, contact Floyd Mahaney: 643-2543; or any board member: Richard Gorrell, Darren Shaffer, Larry Cokeley, Kevin Spurgeon, Don Nichols or Rod Layfield. DON'T CL,OWN AROUND ................ Your child's Health is important SO ..... IMMUNIZE TODAY WHAT'S THE DELAY? Call the GILMER CO. HEALTH DEFT StF) Mineral Road Lower Level Glenville, W.V. (304) 462-7351 (Clinics are held on most Tuesdays) Additkmat dates & time:, available upon rcquc~ Your child's life is nothing to Clown around with ....... get them Immunized. [hl~ prognar~ t,. lundcd in part under an ugrccmcnt with WV D|l|llk { like to thank everyone who helped our family get t-heart surgery- We couldn t have made it '. help. The surgery went well, though there afterwards. She is coming along a little better more and more. She can't wait to be able to see is also doing fine. The surgeon said it is growing finished getting rid of the household mold is finall back to normal again! - Y. --- a--,-reciated more than you :eu mg ano prayers V;nerous donations, gif ,L for your t,me ffor s.g ist Church of Glenville, :z;Ll Thanks to: mrs[ Day ..... "'-"-ch of ni y Church, Mount Pisgah uapust ,son Baptist Church and its Youth Group too, mity Church, Newburn Community Church G lenville Democrat/Pathfin~vi;;e ~uniMteadrtSSe~i Mountaineer Mart of Gl_envun of Normantown, tPA of Burnsville, Ricks EXXoldsbur.. Spencer lOfFram,~,,,, ,, q,~edvMartofArn ~; - "d .... "TY ...... 7