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AND THE "HOMECOMING PIONEER PADDLE" WINNERS WERE ... a mother-son team, which paddled the four mile Little Kanawha River course in one hour and a quarter. Here, the mother, Edie Benner (I-r), of Mantua, OH, and her son, Broc, a senior Land Resources & Surveying senior, are paddling their hearts out to make certain that their team would win the coveted 1st Place prize in the Pioneer Grille's Fall Homecoming Pioneer Paddle on Fri., Oct. 4. (Staff photos by Dave Corcoran, Sr.) Paul Hartman Featured at GSC Gallery. The images of photographer Paul Hartmann are now on display at the Glenville State College Fine Arts Gallery. The show called 'fragments' began on Monday October 7th and will run through November 15th. Hartman has been taking photos most of his life but only more recently became engrossed in digital photog- raphy. "In 2005, my wife talked me into getting a digital camera and sud- denly I went wild. The inner artist burst forth and shows no sign of slow- ing down," said Hartman. He and his wifeTeresa have been living in Glenville (Gilmer County), West Virginia, since 1981 after mov- ing from Kentucky. The couple owned and managed the Towne Book Store in Glenville from 1994 until 2010 when they sold it. Hartmann is now retired. The exhibit is open to the public Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and one hour before all GSC Fine Arts events. An opening reception for the show will take place on Monday October 21 st from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. For more information, contact GSC Assistant Professor of Art Liza Brenner at Liza.Brenner@glenvill or (304) 462-6346. Thursday, ()ctober 17, 2(113 - The (;lenville I)emocrat - Page 1 Kidz Maze Mania A new super rocket is being sent to the moon. Help navigate it there safely! % O Feature Exchange 15 A cryptogram is a puzzle where a sentence is encoded by substituting the actual letters of the sentence with different letters. The challenge of the puzzle is to 'decode' the sentence to reveal the original English sentence. We have provided a few of the decoded letters to help get you started. Hint: Quote by Ronald Reagan A BCDEcFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ E ' E E E E , TC F EM I XC NQ CSC L V KMC HG I E E E E E E EM XCNQ AKZCKMC CSC LVKMC F Feature Exchange llllllllllll A RESPECTABLE 2ND PLACE -- For Dallas Brown, of Parkersburg, and Cam Blankenship, of Calhoun County, their 2nd Place finish wasn't so bad. Dallas commented that the rowing was tougher this fall than last spring when they won the event. "The water was just so low," he lamented, "It really slowed us down, as we were fighting neck and neck with the winners most of the way." Nevertheless, good show, Dallas and Cam! You truly show good sportsmanship by not taking anything away from the winners. ENJOYING THE "RACE'S LAST MILE,--After finishing in second place in the fall Pioneer Paddle, Dallas Brown, of Parkersburg, chats a bit before going into the Pioneer Gtille's lounge LIVE ENTERTAINMENT-- For all ofthe participants and and sports bar section to find his teammate, spectators at the spring and fall Pioneer Paddles, the Cam Blankenship, of Calhoun County. This Pioneer Grille's staff, under Manager Brian Kennedy, superior pair of rowers graduated from Calhoun provide some lively music for the guests' entertainment. County High School and, later, attended classes Here, John Richards, a Calhoun County musician plays at GlenvilleState College. 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