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October 14, 2004

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Sand Fork Elementary School Honorees September Students of the Month at Sand Fork is a second grade student in Mrs. Radabaugh's Elementary School are Mckenze Yanero and class, and is the son of Charles and Laura Self of Wesley Self. Mckenze is a Kindergarten student Stouts Mills. in Mrs. Betty Anderson's room, and is the daugh- Mckenze and W ley were chosen for this honor ter of Tom and Wyndi Yanero of Glenville. Wesley for exhibiting strong character and leadership skills. Thursday, Oct. 14, 2{}04 -- The Glenvillc Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 5B 'Cooking Up. ' Awareness' for women's health The Women's Aid in Crisis organi- zation and the Breast & Cervical Can- cer Program are cooking up aware- ness on October 30th at the Flatwoods Factory Stores from l1:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Everyone is invited to attend the Awareness Fair and encouraged to wear Halloween costumes Prizes and games are planned including a ring toss, duck pond, chili cook-off, and costume contests for all ages. Registrations for the chili contest must be in by October 22nd by calling 765- 2848. Local businesses are asked to help sponsor the event by purchasing prizes and assisting with other costs i nvolved in putting together an enjoyable corn- Health Awareness Day -&:@:i munity occasion for everyone. If you would like to make a donation to helpr[. '~~* spread awareness, please make your ;" ~ ViolenceTaskForce' and mail to 307 , "Lli'~:' :~ 00 " Floor, Sutton, WV 26601. Proceeds MCKENZE YANE-'RO ELF and donations received will be dis- tributed to the Women's Aid in Crisis " I B I! E~ ~STnioTcorn and tbe Diagnostic and Treatment PIANN,NG COMMITTEI=: Kathy He,m,ck. Conn,e Hacker. M,sty Fund for Braxton County. Rexroad, Julia Beckner, and Martha Harold Cancer Unit Breast Health Awareness Day Oct. 18 er You are invited to Gilmer County vicalcanccrdia~nosticandtreatment Sets Date.L,~u,J.fdlllP Brcast Awareness Day, MondayOct. services. Those people who donate Kanawha Drive CEOS Meets 18,2004, at GSC Morris Stadium, in $20 or more will receive a Walk T- Se,, menu" Luncheon the Jack Woodyard room Registra- Shirt. t/on begins at 6 pro. There will be a For those who can not attend on enteen Kanawha Drive CEOS Wolfe. Secret Pal gifts were distrib- Oct 14 - Covered Dish ou members were present when Pres. uted. Oct 15- Homemade Chicken program at6:30 with feature speaker Monday and would like information se Dessie Wolfe called the meeting to Monique Call waslesson leader for Noodie Soup Grilled Cheese The Common Place restaurant was Merlene Campbell, a breast cancer about qualifying and scheduling a ,m. order. Vice-Pres. Caroline Cusick "Home Alone-How to be Safe." She Applesauce ' ' the site of the G/liner County Cancer survivorand information about breast free pap test, breast exam or read October-Autum, AbmManceascited several safety principles, o,./ t~ ~';d, '~-~nawi,-h French Unit's meeting held on Friday, Sop- health and information on freemammogramcalltheGilmerCounty evouons. Roll call ~a:, answered by Hostesses Carohne Cuslck, Paula Fries Peas Cookie tember 24, 2004, at 6:00 p.m. mammograms. The Walk tor Women, Health Department 462-7352 or namin_o one way to be