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Thursday, November 14, 1991--The Gienville Democrat~athfinder--Page 9 Continued from page 1 fair including all pulled to- fair. The fair bonus for church groups department and People into the the Dcccm- election was a letter GCIDA mem- people so- the levy. Terry Butcher be drafted endorsement of the ap- members Hansen Asso- firm gave mcnts were made in praise of Gilmer County's cffons in indus- trial development. In the final stages of the meet- ing, Pepe reported that the McDonald's Corporation has re- quested demographic and traffic structure information and is ne- gotiating with land owners. The corporation is interested in Gilmer County as a location for their fast food chain, but it is not a definite decision at this time. The restaurant would be a scaled down version of a full-service McDonald's. He also reported that a direc- tory of all businesses in Gilmcr County would be available in the near future and that Gilmcr County has been chosen as a test site for the "Buy West Virginia Normantown NeWS/Angle Mick 462-8798 Wc all want to know--who's this and children under 12 are charged fat little baby? It's rumored he likes $3,50. potato and bean sandwiches. Find Arlene Fisher will be celebrating out next week!! a birthday November 27 and Brian My special topics English class Ciemons' birthday is November 12. is going to New York City in May. Brian will be 15, but Arlene We will tour the city and see two wouldn't tell me hers. Happy, happy Broadway Musicals ("Phantom of birthday to both. the Opera" and "Les Miserables") and one off Broadway Musical, "Forever Plaid." l'm very excited because I've never been to a big city. Of course, this type of trip costs money. Our class has had sev- eral fund raisers, and I've even orga- nized some on my own. This Sun- day, November 17, we will be hav- ing a spaghetti dinner at the high school. It will include fresh salad, hot rolls, a plate of spaghetti, des- sen of your choice and tea, coffee, or kool-aid. Adults are charged $5, A-B to be represented at GCHS College Fair ofa bro- Program" designed to get West kit his firm isVirginia citizens, governments Eric Curry, Admissions Alderson-Broaddus College is Gilmer County and businesses to buy West Vir- Counselor from Alderson- located in Philippi, West Vir- g new industry,ginia products and services. The Broaddus College, will be par- ginia, with an enrollment of ap- Ittention to the GCIDA office will be available ticipating in the Calhoun and proximately 750 students. The n stated that the to hook into the state system Gilmer County High School'scollege is a four-year, coed, lib- near completionfree-of-charge and will provide COmpletion datecontract information to busi- College Fair at Calhoun-Gilmer eral arts institution offering over Career Center on Tuesday, No- 40 majors in five academic divi- o1"1992, nesses on this program, vember 19 at 9:00 a.m.- 1:00 sions including: Education, Ply Commission-Pepe also announced the p.m. Curry will be able to an- Health Sciences, Humanities, YSon and Larry nominating committee for next swer the questions of prospec- Natural Sciences, and Social attending a re-year's board and officers which tive students and their parents Sciences. in Spencer, re-included Terry Butcher, Robert Positive com- Arnold and Donald Pepc. about A-B. er production Sand Fork Baptist Church Lnn" is dinner theatre at Sand Fork be presented stmas eel- qll come to in the hall, where rkey dinner the inn- by "Preacher and his family. the inn- will be music by the will be cos- and inn with light actors and led to a live at the stable be- no Oarge for meal, however taxes" in the while at the The church has now expanded the schedule to include three 6:00 p.m. performances on Sun- day, December 8; Thursday, De- cember 12; and Sunday, Decem- ber 15, 1991. In order that they may be served comfortably and enjoy the full vantage of the drama and music it is necessary that guests have reservations in advance. Telephone reservations may be made by calling the church at 462-5393, pastors residence at 462-7184, or reservations clerk, Cindy Greathouse, at 462-5758 during the weekdays or 462- 5567 evenings and weekends. Reservations coordinator is Donna White. This unique ministry will fea- ture tame vemy-five cast,incA actors, singers, and attendants of all ages and will involve many others in supportive positions. This undertaking has become a full church effort and it is the hope of the fellowship that many people will make it a pan of their Christmas worship. Cedarville News/JoAnn Woodyard 462-7093 Irene Riddle wants to thank the Cedar Creek Baptist Church, the Cedarville 4-H Club and all the rest that sent her get well cards. Visiting Geneva and Harlan Stout last week was their daughter, Delores James of Ohio. Katrina took two trips to Charleston this week along with others from the Gilmer County High School. Thursday was the SADD Group and Saturday was the French Club. They all had a nice tune and learned a lot. It sure was a busy day at the new Foodland in Braxton County at the grand opening Friday. Got several good buys. Wayne and I pretended we were Senior Citizens Thursday and joined in the Halloween costume judging and what do you know-l, won for the ugliest and Wayne the most original and he also won Mrs. Bob Bumgardner and two sons of Marietta, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. larry Greenlief and son of Weston, Mr. and Mrs. John Brannon and two daughters of Crooked Run, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brannon and Marsha and Joe Brannon of home. The 4-H is sponsoring a sing the 23rd. Hope you will come out and eajoy the good singing. The Bapust Church here had a revival last week. They had a real good attendance and a nice meeting as I hear. Tishia Kuhl who Christmas shopped this week says she hopes to soon get it finished as she plans to go to Ohio for a visit. Katrina, Leann Peggs Teresa Moyers went with lzetta Sponaugle to the Fairmom State College Open House this weekend. Jennifer Marks of Cedar Creek visited Rebecca Saturday while her Nellie Helmick Christmas shopping last week. News is scarce like the leaves on trees now so please call 462-7093 with some news. Visiting Irene Brannon over the weekend were all her children ex- cept Delores. They were Mr. and Nora Stoneking tells me she feels pretty perky. She has been do- ing some house cleaning and a quite a bit of baking. She would even feel much better if she could see. Mabel Lozar visited her daughers, Carolyn and Kathy, in New Jersey this week and had a nice trip. Representatives of rural Baldwin Merry Makers school districts to meet at BCHS Centurions to order p.m. by yard. report was read treasureffs yard. On October 27 the Baldwin Merry Makers had a pig roast and ATV rodeo. After the rodeo, the club met and had their regu- lar 4-H meeting and selected 4- H books. On December 2 the Baldwin Merry Makers will be going caroling at the Gilmer officers for Katrina "e president, Susie Kirkpatrick's (leader) Leann home to make candy for the eld- Rebecca erly and to have a gift exchange: )rter, Katrina girls bring a girl's gift, boys , Chris- bring a boy's gift. and Zandel Cortney Collins Leaders, Re- Reporter and Daniel Leader, An- Representatives of rural school districts will meet at Braxton County High School Saturday, November 16 to dis- cuss inadequate funding of school bus traraportation in rural counties. Gibbs Kinderman, of the Rural Caucus of the West Virginia School Boards Associa- County Nursing Home. On De- tion, said the meeting grew out cember 9 the club will meet at of a belief that children in rural districts are shortchanged by the current state school funding for- mula. "The state provides the same funding for service personnel per thousand children enrolled, re- gardless of how many bus driv ers it takes to get kids to school," Kinderman pointed out. "Ka- nawha County needs only 11% of its service personnel slots for bus drivers, while Gilmer and Doddridge need over 40%. This means Kanawha has much more money available for other educa- tional services - and the kids in Doddridge and other rural coun- ties must do without. At a Rural Caucus meeting held in September at Silver Creek Resort, representatives from 16 counties set changing the transportation funding for- mul_a as their number one prior- ity for the coming year. The group hopes to begin work to- ward that goal at the Braxton County meeting Saturday. Yard is the Leadet is happy to COme to our Ing the 4-H at to help to take. 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