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soldiers called to federal duty of the West Virginia The 3664th's mission is to perform have received [them to duty for Opera- increasing by of West the war on oldiers in the 3664th in Point will enter ac- Unit members from the mobili- ', Ind., is un- 1, 196th Mo- will 2attheCoon. travel at |an 5 for pre- The unit's at this e merlcan preventive maintenance and repair services for wheeled vehicles, armored tracked vehicles, weapons systems Having trouble choosing the per- and communications equipment. The feet gift this holiday season? unit can operate from fixed bases or Give the gift that keeps on dispatch mobile teams to travel to giving...give blood. All it takes is a remote locations where equipment little more than an hour's time and a may need repair, little less tha_n a pint of blood to work The mission of the 196th is to pub- miracle for cancer patients, accident licize - through press releases, still victims and many others who depend photos, and video footage - the activi- upon donated blood to survive, ac- ties of the units to which the 196th is cording to the American Red Cross. assigned. The dates, locations, and times of The total length of mobilization for the December Bloodmobiles in this both units could be up to 18 months to region are as follows: Monday, De- allow time for equipping, training, cember 1, Central United Methodist reave and demobilizing activities. Church,301FairmontAve.,Fairmont, Soldiers may spend up to 12 months 12-6 p.m.; Monday, December 1, overseas. Davis VFD, US Rt. 219 William Ave., West Virginia has more than 2,300 12-6 p.m.; Tuesday, December 2, national guardsmen on duty support- Dominion Transmission, F'lameway ing the war on terrorism. More than Hall, 445 West Main St., Clarksburg, 40 percent of the state's Army Na- 9-3 p.m.; Tueday, December 2, WV tional Guard has been called into fed- Wesleyan College, Benedum Center eral service. Social Hall, Buckhannon, 1-7 p.m.; Wednesday, December 3, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, 707 Third Street, Stonewood, 1-7 p.m.; Wednes- day, December 3, Middletown Mall, Former Waldenbooks Store, Fairmont, 12-6 p.m.; Monday, De- cember 8, Chapel Hill Methodist Sine Us for your storage noodsl -- monthly rates IzlO. 110xt 0 - *3S - '4g lOxZO - cSS C'LOWN AROUND ................ Your child's Health is important (304) 462-7351 (Clinics are held on most Tuesdays) Additional dates & times available upon request OUr child's life is nothing to Clown around with ....... get them Immunized. This Program t', lundcd m part under an agrccmcnl v, ith WV DIlllR IS now 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. g -Ounty's new lass are _, est restaurant, two chefs, colorful W.Va. uec~ted beside Best Western on State Route 5) y specials i m IIF WEST Owned and operated by Dan and Treza Shock of Rosedale We are eager to serve you ! New Thursday, Nov. 20, 2003 --- The Gienvflle Democrat/Pathfinder --- Page 9 ross a GLEN VILLE STATE COLLEGE Church, 88 S. Kanawha St., Buckhannon, 12-6 p.m.; Friday, De- GSC Chemistry Organization cemher 12, First Baptist Church, Rt. 119 S. Graflon, l-7 p.m.; Tuesday, Receives National,- o .-.econition December 16, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 302 Ist Street, Elkins, 10-3 The Glenville State College Stu- activities both on and offcampus and p.m.; Wednesday, December 17, dent Affiliates of the American are actively involved in recruiting Ritchie County Primary Care Center, Chemical Society (SAACS) was re- prospective students to GSC and its 135 Penn. Ave., Harrisville, 10-4p.m.; cenfly recognized with a Certificate science programs. The accomplish- Thursday; December 18, Stonewall of Achievement from the American ments they achieved last year included Jackson Memorial Hospital Outpa- Chemical Society (ACS) for their perforrning chemical demonstrations tient Surgery, 230 Hospital Pla, meritorious service during the 2002- at four area high schools, as well as -Weston, 12-6 p.m.; Thursday, De- 03, ademic year. on campus during National Chemis- cember 18, Harry Green Chevrolet, I m very proud of this recogni- try Week and for the community dur- Clarksburg, 12-6 p.m.; Thursday, lion for our students," stated Dr. ing GSC's Earth'Day celebration. December 18, North Marion Senior Kevin Evans, Associate Professor of They also hosted a seminar presen- Center, Mannington, 2-7 p.m.; Fri- Chemistry at GSC and advisor to the tationbyDougMcCormickofThermo day, December 19, Heritage Chris- SAACS. Elemental about atomic absorption tian School, Cafeteria, Bridgeport, 2- "'Our accomplishments for the 6 p.m.; MondaY, December 29, Ma- 2003-2004 should far surpass last rina Building, St. Marys, 12-6 p.m.; ,, Tuesday, December 30, St. Johns year's accomphshments. The GSC chapter of the SAACS United Methodist Church, 107 fiver St., Parsons, 1-7 p.m.; Tuesday, De- is the second largest in West Vir- ginia. They are very involved in various cember 30, St. Matthews United Meth- odist Church Feilowsip Hall, 120 E. 3rd. St., Weston, 1-7 p.m. For more information, please call Crystal Bennett at 1-800-732-0383. Trezan's restaurant opens ... Continued from Page 1 hired two experienced chefs, each of whom have area roots. Tracy Monford built the Best Western Hotel, the res- is the head chef, having cooking ex- taurant, and, in the future, a tilling perience at restaurants in Philadel- station-convenience store at the Mud phia, Hilton Head Island and Hawaii. Lick location -- only a short distance Kelly Williams, a GSC graduate and east of Glenville and near the federal former TKE fraternity member, is the prison's entrance, souschef, and since leaving Glenville Graduating from Gilmer County several years ago, he's acquired cook- High's first graduating class in 1972 ing experience in Texas. and lettering in football, basketball DanoutlinesthatTrezan'swillhave and baseball, Dan exudes a positive a core menu -- a little bit of every- and humorous attitude. He eventu- thing, as well as daily specials. "Our ally ended up managing West Vir- daily specials will be popular at lunch ginia University's Radiology Depart- because they'll be fast and they'll be ment in Morgantown for many years, tasty," he describes. At the same time, he wanted to return Although seeing improved opera- to his home county to start-up the lions on a daily basis, Dan notes that couple's own business -- "to give the Rosedale couple was slow to open back to the home area that means so the restaurant because they wanted it much to me." to start off as a first-class establish- Simultaneously, Treza wanted a merit. "We've outlined many more new challenge, too. So, with her hus- improvements on the drawing board band, they opened Trezan's on Wed., for the near future," he relays. Nov. 12. She says, "This has been Alsoaddingapersonalfamilytouch hard work because we did all of the to the new business is Dan's mother, painting and decorating of the inte- Eleanor Shock, who is active in sev- rior ourselves. We still have to finish eral different civic organizations and the lounge." the Senior Center. "On weekends, She likes the decor, in that she Morn will be our hostess," Dan an- loves collecting West Virginia-made nounces. "On this past weekend, she glassware, well as Depression Era saidthatsbeneversawsomanyofher glass. These often antique pieces set old friends coming out here to eat -- in and illuminate each window when some people of whom she hadn't seen the sun is shining, in years." As to the lounge's decor, Dan says, As the aewcst re, stamant in the Glen- "I've been collecting Folk Festival- viUe area, Dan and Treza Shock look type memorabilia for a year now. We forward to a long and successful ca- want it to reflect the rich musical and reef here. In fact, they're proud to be cultural heritage of our area." He, "home again" --- a quality that they also, desires to place historic photo- hope their food and decor will reflect graphs in the restaurant's entrance for the pleasure of anyone who stops hallway, particularly ones of the five in for a meal or to socialize. former high schools. See the related advertisement on As to the menu, the couple have this page. VIRGINIA'S BANK Come start your holiday shopping at Log Cabin Crafts a unique craft shop located six miles south of Glenville on Rt. 33/119 at Letter Gap. CHRISTMAS OPEN Saturday, November 29, 2003 From 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Featuring a variety of Handmade Crafts, gifts, & Home Decorations Santa * Snowmen * Angels * Candles * Wreaths * Swags * Birdhouses * Grapevine Trees and much more. Regular hours are Monday thru Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Sundays. Evening Hours by calling 462-8341. Keep up with the various cultural and educational events at our College. Read GSC's Page 5 Ad weekly! spectroscopy. Members of the GSC chapter also attended three regional meetings hosted by the Kanawha Valley Sec- tion of the ACS and two regional meet- ing hosted by the Northern West Vir- ginia Section of the ACS. Did You Know? J ited Bank and Calhoun Banks, both in Glenvlile, will be closed on next Thursday, November 27 ha observance of the Thanksgiving Day Holiday. We hope that everyone will have a happy holiday. re will be opening again for our regular business hours on Friday, November 28. .....~..~::~%...z:....5::~......~..~..~.~:~........:.~.:.:.:.~:.:.:.:.:~:.:~:.:.:~:.:~:~.:.:.:.~...~.:.:~:~:.:~:~:~:...~:~:~:~:~:.:.:.:.:.:...::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: W.Va. C_ouma, i for Community and Fxxammic Development approves $3 Million GPant The West Virginia Council for mount importance," said Ralph J. Community and Economic Develop- Bean Jr., council chairman. "Today's ment today approved a $3 million approval ofthis grant to Hardy County grant to the Hardy County Rural De- enhances our competitive position to velopmentAuthorityaspartofapack- attract this economic development age to attract a $50 million economic project." development project that will result The grant will help fund site prepa- in as many as 350 jobs. ration and the acquisition of 40 acres, "Attracting good-paying high-qual- a building and equipment for a manu- ity jobs to West Virginia is of para- facturing company in Hardy County. I I I I I II If you l nt T k-y Ghzed Pk Ham W/Pl, zap# gaisia Sauce Po~.a~d Salmon W/Letmn Ca~ B~ Sauce Stuff~ Mashed Potatoes/Gravy Count:y Grin Beam Gad~ Sweet P~ato~ Salad Bar 13m41~ Eim~ watulla~ Salad Broocoli Salad Fruit Salad Pasta Salad Dessert Bar Atumed Cobblers and Crisl~ Hot Fud~ lee Cream Cake Pumpkin Pie , , ,,, , %. Glenville State College is hosting several free training sessions in: "Basic Computer Skills- Ask the (. "om in and hav~ ANY ~e~t~r ~ amw~red by our Com~t,m and ~mF~rienc#d ,~taff Wednesday November 19 from 6:30pro to 8:00 pm and Saturday Deeemb 6 from 12:00pro to 2:00pm Excel Learn the P.a,;~ of Creaang a Professional looking Spreadsheet. nd Saturday November 22 from 12:00pro to 2:00pro Learn how to In~ and sell on gtkly Saturday November 15 from 12:00pro to 2:00pro Training Sr sions will be held in the Ed-Net Lab Room 309A in the Administration Building. All Community Members Welcome! %il The FIPSE Computer Lab at Glenville State College will be Closed from Saturday November 22 to Saturday November 29 for Thanksgiving Break. Don't Pass Us By/ ! Our New Location is ACROSS THE ROAD From Our Old Location! We can Make Your Car Look New Again... We work on ALL makes & models, foreign & domestic cars & trucks We do FREE computerized estimates We work with ALL insurance companies Using PPG products from Automotive Color Technology HITT'S GARAGE & BODY SHOP Rt 19 North Weston, WV Garage 269-2123 Body Shop 269-5823 HIIII I I I II IIIII II IIII