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) S n e e | q~l~bA COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT --- For the past few weekends, a big community service job has been taken on by Glenville State College's Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) Chapter's brothers -- re-roofing the home of Sue Campbell at 495 Walnut Street. The whole roof needs replacement, according to TKE president, James Upton. Here, the TKE members put their backs into scraping up the old shingles on the roof. The hardest part, however, was yet to come -- nailing down the new shingles. (StaHphotos by Dave Corcoran) ( Sec. B: Life-styles --- The Gilmer Social Scene The Glenville Democrat nville www. Glen villeNews, corn ...........................', TANNERFEST TREATS: Tanner resident Peggy Wade (R) spends the day cooking up some of her infamous applebutter, while her grandson Dalton Law (L) assists. Attendees of the festival had the opportunity to see a demonstration of the process and afterwards purchased some of the finished products. TAKING A LUNCH BREAK -- On a recent Friday afternoon and after their college classes were concluded, :hese TKEs pose for a picture, thereby taking a break from the difficult community service assignment of eplacing Mrs. Campbelrs roof. President James Upton explains that Sue Campbell is the mother of two "KEs and when her sons went to college, she'd frequently have the TKEs over for meals. "We're happy to ,lelp her out, as she had several leaks inside the structure," James notes. COPLEY RESIDENTS POSE IN FULL DRESS: Local residents from Tomahawk in Copley, (L-R) Debbie "Screaming Panther" Miller, Judy "Spirit Walker" Rowan, and Anita "Running Spirit" Metz offered a Native American exhibit, which included: crafts and traditions of Native American peoples, hide tanning demonstartion, traditional dances and song and drumming sessions. Tanner People Enjoy Festivities Last Weekend BLOCK PARTY DANCERS -- In sponsoring its 3rd Annual Block Party on Sun. Sept. 26, The First Baptist Church of GlenviUe gave its youth an opportunity to show off their dancing skills on the outdoor stage. Here, Tamara Hough's Dunamai Dancers entertained the crowd of 150-200 with several lively and colorful dance routines. Many in the audience got up, came forward on the pavement and joined in on the joyful gyrations. The little Dunamai Dancers regularly meet and practice at Glenville Elementary School on each Tuesday after s hool. The dancing and outside entertainment began after a large covered dish dinner in the church's Fellowship Hall. (Staff photo by Dave Corcoran, Sr.) Free Pipeline Safety/Incident Response Seminar The Pipeline Group- Midwest will conduct a free pipeline safety/inci- dent response seminar for contrac- tors/excavators, public officials and emergency response personnel Oct. 25 at the Flatwoods Days Inn Con- vention Center in Sutton, WV. Since 1996, the Pipeline Group - Midwest has provided in-depth pipe- line safety and incident response semi- nars for contractors/excavators, pub- lic officials, emergency responders, emergency management.profession- als and HAZMAT officials through- out the United States. The seminars are brief, professional, detailed, in- sightful and specific. The seminar begins with a short registration/sponsor reception, usu- ally about a half hour. During this time, guests talk with representatives from client companies. They nor- mally have a number of giveaways at their booths as a thank you for atten- dance. Then a full buffet meal is served followed by a brief, profes- sionally produced presentation with the central theme of pipeline safety and incident response. Topics dis- cussed include: An introduction to pipelines and the pipeline industry; essential emergency and non-emer- gency information; pipeline mapping and lists of products transported; emer- gency response procedures; product hazards; bi-product dangers; State and Federal laws governing excavation activities; indicators of a pipeline re- lease; first actions to tollow if in- volved in pipeline failure; planning recommendations; risk assessment; and response conditions. This safety program helps excava- tors avoid expensive and potentially life-threatening situations from hits on pipeline facilities by identifying the dangers involved in working around pipelines and the necessity of using the state One-Call locating sys- tem. The incident response seminar pro- vides a point to begin or enhance the planning process for emergency re- sponders with direct interaction and input from the pipeline companies in their respective areas. Cooperative efforts between pipeline personnel and emergency response agencies in the planning process pay huge dividends should an incident occur and an emer- gency plan must be implemented. For further information or to RSVP to attend the scheduled meeting, call the Pipeline Group- Midwest at 800- 513-9948. By Jeremy Blizard Native American exhibit and drum- tion, and Emma Hickman prevailed TANNERfest 2004, the ninth An- ming. Also, aTraditionaINativedance in the adult section of the contest. nual festival, was held this weekend and hide tanning were demonstrated Around 3:30 p.m. a Bow Shooting on October l -2 at the old Tanner Higb by Debbie "Screaming Panther"Competition was held. First place School. This year's event was coordi- Miller, Judy "Spirit Walker" Rowan, was achieved by Richard Summers, nated by Rick and Brenda Lawson, and Anita "Running Spirit" Metz who Second was Travis Heater, and in Iocalresidentswhohavedevotedtheir organized and displayed the crafts Third was Darwin Law. time to serving the community and and traditions of Native American Later on, the Knights of Pythias, a allowing various charitable organiza- peoples~ local charitable organization, con- tions to present themselves at the 2004 Peggy Wade and her grandson ducted a Duck Race in the creek TANNERfest. Dalton Law, spent the day cooking nearby. Themoney accrued fromthis On Friday, Oct. 1, about 150 or so applebutter in a large kettle outside to event was split up and $100 was given~ people attended the gathering tosup- demonstrate the process, and then sold to each of the following organiza- porttheircommunity and haveagood the finished product to attendees who tions': Relay for Life, Pythian Heart time partaking in various event and desired some of the freshly cooked Fund, and Special Olympics. The top l activities offeredthroughouttheday, applebutter, finisMrs in the Duck Race were: At 6:30 p.m., a community cookout Ar6undl p.m., the traditional lawn- Sherwood Stewart - First; Jack was held where they served hotdogs, mower race began after a short delay, Persinger- Second; and Ramsey As- pop, marshmallows and resident-pro- due to bad weather conditions. This sociated Petroleum - Third. vided covered dishes of an assort- year's turnout for lawnmower racers Other events'during the course of ment of foods. Afterwards, hayrides was poor in comparison to last year's the day were a "Little Miss and Little andhorseshoeswereenjoyedbymany attendees. Onlythreemowersshowed Mister TANNERfest" Pageant (0-6 attending, andtoclosethedayout, the up to participate in the event headed girls' winner - Jenna Milliron; 0-6 Carrell Burns Bluegrass/Gospel by Robin Hickman. The racers for the boys' winner- Zachary Nicholas; 7- Group performed for all to enjoy, event were: Robin Hickman for12girls'winner-TaylorLinger;7-12 Saturday, Oct. 2, was a day filled Hickman Racing; Jeff Skidmore for boys' winner - Robert Mitchell with events, contests and fun for all Team Woodford; and Jerry Frymier Hickman), Men's Pretty Leg Contest ages. The day started off with a chili for Red Rider, Inc. Jeff Skidmorc (WinnerMikeAllison),andtheKnow cook-off, pie contest, and decorated prevailed and dominated the race for Your Partner Game (Winners were hat contest all held in the gymnasium a first place finish. Bill & Mandy). Throughout the day a area ofTanner Higb School from 10- Directly afterwards, the Four- silent auction was held, and horse- 1 !:30 a.m. The winners for the chili Wheeler Rodeo, also arranged by shoes played by anyone interested. cook-off were Dennis Williams - Robin Hickman, proceeded without Across from the school, in the First; Peggy Wade - Second; and any hesitation, and included in this kitchen, food wasserved allday hmg. Mike Allison - Third. Peggy Wade event were BarreI Racing, PipeBcnd- Many varieties of food and beverage claimed victory in the pie contest tbr ing, and the Panty Race, to name a were offered, ranging from beans & her delicious apple pie, Ashley few. The contestants for the Four- cornbread to hotdogs and chips. Woodford took second, and Dennis Wheeler Rodeo were: Robin, Emma, TANNERfest 2005,is scheduledto Williamscameinthird. InaWoodford Tessa, and Mitchell Hickman, Mike be held October I-2 of next year. For placed first in the Decorated HatCon- McHenry, Patrick Frymier, and Kevin further intbrmation on next year's up- test, and Peggy Wade and Deloris Smith. Mitchell Hickman walked coming event, please contact Rickor Davis tied for second place position, away victorious in the kids' competi- Brenda Lawson at 462-7923. Throughout the day there was a I Flatwoods Days Inn I g I CELLuLARONE Presents a Haunted Halloween[ Disco ntParts vly Dealer Authorized Dealer i~l~l[[~[l!~[~[l,[,llll[~[~]]l[[ Office: 304-684-CELL (2355) I~ Dinner Theratre and Dance on[ I Melissa ' Missy' Bartlett, owner or 304-643-2800 l- October 30 1 31 I xpertut epalrs GraAeUmOnzea 1124 E. Main St. Cellular: 3()4-299-2139 I Harrisville, WV 26362 Fax: 304-684-CELL (2355) Doors will open at 6:00 pm with a cash bar and dancing until 12:30 am. The | . I The only coast to coast Walkie E-Maih commencehaunting theatre prductin" "The Strange Case f Dr" Jekyll & Mr" Hyde'" will lat 7:30 pm. Dinner will be served from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm (Beastly | Buy- Se!l-_,Trade _' iif 1-800_827_4551 ~-~1,t - Talkie is here,, ,, , Prime Rib, Ghoulish Grilled Chicken Breast...). Costume contests, with prizes. | Gu..sts will stay overnight, with acomplimentary breakfast buffet.Call 765-5055 formore information and reservations. Ii I Richard's Lawn & Garden- ,--v -- ,,., , []