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Page 2B -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Thursday, Oct. 14, 2004 QQ. iii Superintendent Ed Toman ii Students and Staff County Beverly Marks Norma Hurley County Clerk Deputy Clerk flONEE$ EYING, IN A Strong GSC Backer Glenville 462-5634 Glenville Good Luck Pioneers Glenville 462-7820 ! GSC vs. W.Va. State at 3 p.m. Saturday GAME TIME SATURDAY -- The 2004 Homecoming's Pre-Game Festivities will begin at Morris Stadium at 2:15 p.m., starting with the Homecoming Court's coronation and the recognition of the Montrose and Williams Award winners. Then, at 3 p.m., the football game against West Virginia State University will commence. The GSC Marching Band will perform before, during and after the game, with the help of GSC Band alumni. After the game, the traditional Pig Roast, sponsored by the Pioneer Athletic Club (PACt, is being reactivated under the Stadium's Pavilion. The coaches say, "Don't miss this tasty meal, especially because the proceeds go toward athletic scholarships." Meal charges: $10.00 per single, $15.00 per coupleo and $5.00 for children 12 and under. GSC's SGA to sponsor 'Spirit Giveaway Table' FIRST STOP: HISTORIC The Glenville State College's Stu- ARBUCKLE HOUSE -- The dent Government Association has Welcome CenterforGlenvilleState become aware that Community Re- . College's Homecoming activities istheAlumniCenter--anelegarlt,sources incorporated is in need of help in respect to collecting food items. beautiful old home listed on the The SGA would like to help them National Register of Historic byhavingafooddriveofnon-perish- Places. Its location in the center of able goods at this years' Hom om- campus makes it easy for visiting ing football game. At the game, tak- alumni to greet each other and to ing place Sat., Oct. 16. they are going chat with GSC's administrators, to be collecting food items at the faculty, and friends. (Staff photos by "'Spirit Giveaway Table" located near Dave Corcoran, ST.) the entrance to stadium seating. S TUDENTS AND STAFF RAFTER ville 462-4010 ,odd to our GiLMER COUNTY E CIRCUIT CLERK'S OFFICE LANE SMITH, CLERK KAREN ELKIN, DEPUTY CLERK REGINA BEALLE, SCRETRARY i . II I - ~ - " II Good Luck To The Pioneers Though they are not giving free or that people will feel productive and discounted prices on admission for see that the contributions they are bringing such items, they are hoping making will help make a difference. John Gainer, President .0 D 462-7343 "T Larry Chapman, Owner i I n i i Illl I / RTE. 5 EAST, GLENVILLE COMMUNITY RESOURCES INC, Dr. Espy f essor Emeritus Robert R. Jones President P.O. Box 1 Sand Fork, WV (304) 462-5758 2643O )