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Page 14 ---The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder-- Thursday. Nov. 20, 2003 t I i O. The Cedarville Community Association is an active each year on the 4th of July and Labor Day, the AssociatioJ holiday entertainment for its residents and anyone else attend. The community's next and final major social event i Thanksgiving/Deer Hunter's Dinner which will be from p.m. on this Sun., Nov. 23 at the Cedarville Firehouse. particularly, who may be far from home and unable to get J Thanksgiving meal, are invited. Pictured below, however, are pictorial memories July Celebration which was held earlier this ye= A VIEW FROM THE TOP- At this year's Cedarville Community Association's 4th of July Celebration on Sat. evening, July 5, this group of spectators had the good fortune to view the night-time's "Sound and Light Show" from an enviable position: atop a hill overlooking the field where others gathered to watch the colorful show. Seated in front of the group is Pat Stout. For the last five years, Stout had given use of the field tO sponsors of the sound and light shows staged the re. Also in the group, moving clockwise: Jeremy Halgat, of Cedarville; Leon Bennett, of Parkersburg and Gilmer County; Sue Smoot, of Cedarville; Justin Lemon and Ronda Lemon, both of Parkersburg; Yvonne Kellogg and "Jolly" Ollie Sladek, of Cleveland; and Diane Stout, of Cedarville. (Staff photos by Kristal Sheets) GOOD SEATS - This family arrived very early, and spread out a blanket in a s the sound and light show. (Left to right) Luke Beall, Tabby Beall, Adam Beall, Glenville. ARRIVING BY HORSEBACK-Danny Smith, riding his horse "April, and Brook Turner, sitting astride "Blaze," happened to be sauntering down the road as the field where the rest of the crowd gathered for the souhd and light show began to fill up. ARRIVING BY ATV-Many of the light show spectators opted to travel their distance on All Terrain Vehicles, making it easier to maneuver through " mall spaces and keeping the fresh air blowing through their hair. In addition to horseback and ATV, folks arrived on foot and by car, as well. GETTING ACQUAINTED- Butch, a Boston Terrier] Duke, a Golden Retriver puppy hailing from know one another a little better before the light no doubt be shocked at the size of Duke YOUNG ASSISTANTS-These two young men, Ryan "R hind"Frederick (left), and Mamus "Marco" Gonder, take a break from assisting light show technicians to smile for the cameras. Robert Stout and Tony Kramp were in charge of setting up and executing the light show. VOLLEY BOY- Luke DeMarino, A TEMPORARY FAREWELL - son of Danieland Shelly DeMarino, Pictured here with Sam West (left) contemplates aservewhile heand is Marie Kurita, who returned to some other children wait for the Japan days after this DhOto was show to begin. The DeMarinos snapped. Marie returned this fall traveledall.thewayfromBridgeport to finish her degree in English, to get a glimpse of the spectacular while Sam began his sophomore sound and light show after year at GSC. Sam's mother, sundown. Sandra West, is employed in the Office of Technology at GSC, and his sister, Stasha West, an Education major at the college. BIG FANS-Mergie Moss (left), of Little Bull Run Cedar Creek, found seats beneath a tent to wait for: the beginning of the sound and light show. the show every year, and say they enjoy it a great J " H t" ' THIS IS OME. -Ptctured here with Peggy Brown Kite (far left) are the John Gillios Family, and Peggy's husband, Larry. The Gillios were visiting from Manassas, Va., while the Kites reside in McClean. Peggy Brown Kite left the Gitmer County area in 1962, but. she insists, "This is home!" TOUCHING BASE --- State Delegate Brent Boggs (Dem.- Braxton-Gilmer) is pictured at a recent social event in Gilmer County touching base with his constituents. tee JUST ABOUT READY-As the sun continued to set, folks arrived for the sound and light show. By the time t the field was completely packed with cars, and stared together at the sky in celebration of the indpenU. nation, with hope that we will always enjoy the g" freedom. O om gin .. This page proudly sponsored by - f Brent is the State Delegate of the 34th Delegate District representing Braxton and part of Gilmer County. He and his wife, Jean, are regular visitors to Cedarville, Glenvitle State College, and other Gilmer County social events. J A Paid Political Advertisement: Brent Boggs Re-Election Committee: Brenda Mollohan, Trea~urpr