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4 - Hinton News Tues. Jan. 8, 2019 The Hinton News Published weekly on Tuesday By The Hinton Publishing Corporation 210 Second Avenue Hinton, W VA. 25951 Phone (304) 466-0005 Dawn Crawford Business Manager USPS 246-180 Subscriptions By Mail Out of State $37.50 per year By Carrier In SumrT~rs Co $23.60 per year 50 Issuem other WV counties $30.00 per ysar (WV resident pay 6% sales tax) $26.00 Per Year U.S. Postal Regulations Require Payments in Advance POSTMASTER: Send address changes to publication name end mailing address. Periodical Postage Paid At Lewisburg, WV Articles submitted to the Hinton News must reach the office by Thursday noon in order to be considered for publication in the following Tuesday paper. Please include your name and a phone number where you can be reached during business hours. The Hinton News reserves the right to edit any material and regrets that articles cannot be returned. Items for the Bulletin Board must reach the office by 11 am Monday in order to be considered for publication. OFFICE HOURS Hinton News is open Monday thru Thursday Business Hours: Men. & Wed.: 9 am to 12 Tue, & Thurs.: 9 am to 4 pm. CLASSIFIED ADS ONLY 35 a word 12 N Thursday (The paper is responsible for only one Incorrect Insertion.) BUSINESS ADS ine 12 N Thursday --:i Notice COMMUNITY SUPPORT The Hinton Lions Club is asking for the Communities support in helping to provide those who need, eye examinations or eye glasses. The Hinton Lions have been providing assistance for over 18 years and are asking community organizations and businesses as well as citizens for monetary donations to continue providing help to those in need in our community. As news spreads of the help being provided, requests are now outnumbering the Lions Club's ability to help. Once a request is received, the individual's application is screened to insure that other avenues of assistance are pursued before the Lions Club provides help. Donations can be mailed to: Lions Club, Sight Assistance Program, P.O. Box 1321, Hinton, WV 25951. Checks should be made out to: Hinton Lions Club. AL-ANON Are you troubled by someone's drinking? A1-Anen Family Group can help. To help them, you have to help yourself first. Meetings every Monday nights 7:00 p.m. behind the ChildAdvocacy Center at 411 Temple Street. For more information call: 466-2760. PIPESTEM RURITAN CLUB The Pipestem Ruritan club meets every fourth Saturday at 6:00 p.m. We have a wonderful dinner before our meeting. We would like to invite anyone interested in learning more about this service club to come and join us. We have a gospel sing the Friday before our meetings. Come join in the fun and fellowship. For more information please call Brenda Garcia at 304- 923-1622 or 304-466-6804. Inl uar CO "Our Soldiers and Airmen continue to demonstrate the value and expertise of the West Virginia National Guard on the local, national and international stage and this year was no exception," said Maj. Gen. James Hoyer, the * ,IAs Adjutant General of the WVNG. one of the major economic drivers in the state, delivering more than half a billion dollars to the West Virginia economy, the West Virginia National Guard once again has proven its value and we will continue to do so into 2019 and beyond." This past year was extremely busy and the West Virginia National Guard stayed engaged on all fronts. In addition to training and equipping our forces for rapid mobilization in the event our country calls upon us, Soldiers and Airmen supported such events as hurricane recovery efforts, flooding response and international partnership buliding in Peru, Qatar, Africa and the Baltic states, as well as deployed nearly 700 individuals in support of contingency operations and state active duty support. In addition, these men and women assisted their state by augmenting correctional officers, overseeing recovery efforts from the 2016 flood, supporting drug prevention efforts in their communities and assisting in the state's economic development and diversification through programs such as Patriot Guardens. Other West Virginia National Guard accomplishments in 2018 include: * All West Virginia Army and Air National Guard units met and exceeded end strength with more than 100 percent manning. In addition to meeting end strength goals, the Recruiting and Retention Battalion's Final Formation Program (FFP) resulted in the state achieving 98.4 percent of its reenlistment mission and has become a xaqdel program througho, ut the nation. * Nearly 550 Soldiers andAirmen deployed in support of contingency operations for Operation Freedom Sentinel, Operation Inherent Resolve and Operation Spartan Shield in 2018. Detachment 28 Operational Support Airlift successfully stood up the CEASAR II Electronic Warfare Program in Afghanistan, while the 156th Military Police Company provided 24-hour security operations to Afghanistan's largest bases, Kandahar and Bagram Airfields. Both the 130th Airlift Wing and 167th Airlift Wing deployed personnel to more than 12 overseas countries while the 167th AW conducted weekly aeromedical evacuation missions in support of operations in Southwest Asia. * The 1092nd Headquarters Battalion deployed the 821 st mp m Resolute Castle, a'multin'at]onat joint training exercise for NATO and U.S. Army engineers that supports Atlantic Resolve, a demonstration of the United States' commitment to the collective security of Europe. * The i st Battalion, 201 st Field Artillery Regiment participated in Operation Northern Strike, a joint, multi-national, combined arms training event held at Camp Grayling, Mich. with 5,000 participating Soldiers, Airmen, Sailors and Marines. The unit conducted fires in support of both Marine and Army maneuver units and coordinated those missions with air assets to simulate operations on today's battlefield. * Our special operators concluded deployments to the Republic of South Korea, the European Theater, Nepal and Bangladesh. All missions were an extremely valuable opportunity to broaden U.S. influence and continue to further build relationships on the international stage. * The 35th Civil Support Team (Weapons of Mass Destruction) completed more than 70 missions supporting multiple state and federal partners in Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) and hazardous material response operations. * The WVNG - Qatar partnership was formally established in May marking the second partner nation for the WVNG and the sixth SPP country in the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) area of responsibility. The State Partnership Program conducted 37 engagements witla partner natl'ons Peru and Qatar, developing the non- commissioned officer corps, mentoring women in the military and conducting subject matter expert exchanges. * The WVNG Counterdrug Task Force flew more than 473 hours in 2018supporting counter narcotics missions which facilitated law enforcement officials eradicating and seizing illegal drugs and assets valued at over $1 billion. * The West Virginia National Guard Drug Prevention Support program has supported 49 meetings with state-wide community and education stakeholdersand nearly 100 coalition activities such as mentoring sessions and book readings in 16 counties, reaching more than 4,900 students and community members in West Virginia. * The West Virginia National Guard Mountaineer ChalleNGe Academy (MCA) received the exemplary partnership award for student-centered support from The Education Alliance during the 2018 West Virginia Education Summit. The ChalleNGe Academy has graduated 4,360 West Virginia teens since 1993 and its cohort for Class Horizontal Construction 51, which graduated in December, Company, ll5th Vertical boasted a 91 percent high school Construction Company & ll9th graduation rate and 173'cadets for Sapper Engineer Company to its largest class in history. Germanv and Poland as part of ADDICTION SCREENINGS BINGO Narconon can help you take steps Bingo every Friday night at the to overcome addiction in your family. Hinton Senior Citizens Building on Call today for free screenings or Second Ave. Doors open at 4:00 p.m. rewferrals 1-800-431-1754. starts at 6:00 p.m. I Did Y0= tn0w? " ] (NAPS)--A study by the American ~ Heart Association lound that people ,~ ~ ~ with heart ,:allure and their caregivers 17 ~' ~'~'~ ~)~ are spending more time managing the / ~, -+mr. condition. AfreeappcanedHFPatlacan ~ ]~ :" make that eas+er, at heart. : " o,-g/Hlq'aih. 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I.carn ntorc at www.carcare.org, tion aud sign up to save lives at www. assist families who need help paying A free resource with lots of toy and organdommgov, a website of the U.S. for spay and neuter of dogs and cats. play salbly inlbnnation, including advice I)epartment of Health aad Huntan We will rehome entire litters of lor new parents, sal~' shopping tips, bat- Services, Health Resources attd Ser- tery and magnet safi:ty, and rot, oh more vices Administration. puppies who will receive veterinary is at '1 he "lby Associatkm's websitc: www. People of Hispanic or mixed ethaici- care before going to their forever PlaySalb.org. tics can register with the nalkmal Be'lhe homes. If you would like us to visit lh)pcorn is mm-(;M(), vegan, glu- Match Registry tobecome potential stern your educational event please give ten free, sugar-free and naturally low cell donors and pcd'taps save a lilt:. For us a call. 855-984-7387. in fal and cahwies. I,carn why popcorn facts about blood stem cells, how they can p()ps, the history of popcorn, corny rlelp your health and how you call help For spay/neuter assistance go to I~rtcls, recipes and ntore from 'lhe l)op- others, go to www.Bethematch.org. www.acwp-wv.org and fill out a c,rn Boardal www.popcorn.org. Small businesses art' looking lhr Voucher Request Form. If you see a If your lamily is like most, there are productivity improvements as the No. I dog or cat in a neglectful situation a low things about your home lighting soliware purchase trigger, the (:apterra and ctmneclivily thai really ann(,y you. 21)19 SMI~ SpendiugSurveyou top lecl'~- please call the sheriff. If you see a I;orltmately, ingeni,ms soluli(nts arc nology trends revealed. For further facts stray dog on the road please call the awtilahlc in the adorne'and radiant (:ol- on SM Bs and tecl'mology, go to www. Animal Control Officer. lecli~ms hy I.cgrand. For lacts, tips and capIcrra.com. en Notice ona TOPS TOPS (Take OffPounds Sensibly) i. ts a very affordable, nonprofit, weight loss support group. Meetings are held at the Mille; Memorial Methodist Church basement, 109 Miller Ave. Every Monday evening. Weigh-in begins at 5:00 p.m. meeting starts at 5:15 p.m First Meeting is free. Come join us or call 304-890-2112. * Training and readiness tor ~ne National Guard and other "Department of Defense entities remained high in 2018 thanks to the work of the WVNG. Camp Dawson's training center in Kingwood, W.Va. trained a record 161,000 personnel, its second largest number in history. The Army Interagency Training and Education Center's (AITEC) CBRN Battalion trained more than 9,400 ~One & Wed.: ? aem. to 1 2 peru. Soldiers and Airmen in domestic CBRN response across the nation. The AITEC Critical Tue. & Thurs : 9 aem. to 4 pem. Infrastructure Battalion (CIP) also conducted training and assessments for nearly 7,500 personnel directly involved in the protection of critical infrastructure and key resources throughout the nation, * .The WVNG was one of four states selected to author cyber security strategy policy for the State's executive branch of government that can be shared across the 54 states and territories. In addition, West Virginia Air National Guard members were hand selected by U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) to assist in the development of Guard support for cyber-related Defense Support to CivilAuthority (DSCA) activities. To round out the year for cyber-related activities, Soldiers and Airmen from across the state provided electoral security assistance to the West Virginia Secretary of State and the West Virginia Office of Technology's Information Security Office during the 2018 midterm elections. * The West Virginia National Guard' welcomed a full-time dietician into its ranks, the first of its kind in the Army National Guard. * 1 st Lt. Emily Lilly, a platoon leader with Charlie Troop, 1 st Squadron, 150th Cavalry Regiment, became the first female National Guard Soldier to graduate from the U.S. Army Ranger School in Ft. Benning, Ga, ,WVSG ST A ASZ provid~ ~d~ focused more than 3, Kanawha, Berkeley and Jefferson ~ounties. T at 81e ing :fl .ap Sl)ine on 90u Came to Churt BAPTIST FrMndlhlp Baptiat Church Superintendent 11 am. Momin Mount Pisgah United Pence Springs Two miles north of Forest Hill Worship. 7 pm. Night Service. Betty Shields, Pastor: Worship Community Church Beech Run Baptist Church on Rt. 12. Pastor Joe Spencer. Sandstone Baptist Church 9:30 am, Sunday School 10:30 am; Pastor Roger Persinger. SS 10 Orbra B. Angell; Jr Paste, Sunday School, 10 am,Sunday School 10 am Momin Wed. BibleStudy4:30pmHilldale, am, WorshipService!lam, Youth Sunday School 10am, Morning Worship, :t am evening :'reaching Service 11 am & Rt. 3;304-327-6494. meeting6pm, Sun. night worship Servica 11 am, Night Sennce 7 ~. hipTpm;Wed.worship7 ).m.Sunday Night. Mid WealMtZlonUnlted 7pm, Wed. nightprayermeefing pm, Wed. olgntprayermeeting7 . ;arviee7:0Opm. Pestor JackWar( On Mt. Zion Rd. Patricia Wodes, 7:00 pro. Women's Christian Grace Baptiat ChurchSecond Baptist Church Pastor;SundaySchooI10:00a.m Fellowship meeting every first PmBellepoktt Bsptiat Church Bill Baliangee, Pastor. Sunday Rev. Matthew Saunders, Pastor; Worship 11:00 a.m every Sunday. Men. of the month 7 pro. S. School - 9i45 e.m. Morning School 10 e.m Morning Supt. VickyCaul. Worshipat 11:00 ForinforcallMefissaCookat304- PglarofTruthehurch Woship - 1100 a.m. Evening Worship 11:00 a.m. Sunday every Sunday. SS 10:00 a.m. 4663456 NewHope Barger Springs: Sunday School Service 6:00 p.m. Wed. Seen.ice Evening 6:00 p.m. Wed, Evening Orgainst, Margaret Nelson. 10:00 am, Morning Worship 11:00 7:00 p.m. Pastor Gary Trout. 7:00 p.m. Second Baptist Church Linda Payton, Pastor: Sunday am, Wed. Bible Study 7:00 pro, Big Creek Griff#h Creek, Aldsrson Talcott. Pastor Bryan Copmey. School 10 am, Worship 1st ~, 3rd Lynn Maddy, Pastor: Sunday Audia Sorg, Pastor: Sunday Service 1st & 3rd Sun. at 11 am. Sun. 11 am & 4th Sun. at 7:30 pro. Riverview Chapel School 10 a.m. MomingWorship School 10 a.m. Worship Tampa Church 304-466-9850 11 a.m. each Sunday, Prayer Services Bobby Reed, Pastor:, SS, 10 am. Oak Grove Corner of Temple St. & 161h Ave meet ng Wed at 7 P m. B Y F 11:00 e.m. Evening services at Melvin Williams, Supt. Preaching Linda Payton, Pastor:. Worship at Pastor: Scott Ross.304-466-0769 Sundayatep.m. 7:00 p,m. Wed. Mid Week ServicaseverySundayat11:00am 9:30am, Sunday school l 0:30 am, Sunday: 11 a.m amity B'ble BirooklBaptlltChurch PreyerandBibleStudy6:30p.m. Upland Baptist Church Fifth Sunday Worship rotates Hour:7 p.m. Lord's Supper Jay Meadows, Su~:lay Schoo! Youth Meeting Wednesday at Pastor:EddieWills. Sunday School between Oak Grove, Trinity, and followed by Bible Study, Superintendent S~n.Scho~ 10 6:30p.m. Claasesforeveryage Superintendent:Mike Brendoo.SS New Hipe. Call 304-466-9850. Monday: 6:30 p.m. Men's Bibie a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. group. Nursery available. 10:00, Worship Servers at-11:00, Sand Knob United Study:6:30 p.m. Women's Bible Evening Sarvica Sun. at 6 p.m. Indian Mills Baptiat Church Evening Services 6:00. Wed. PatriciaWodes, Pastor: Sand Knob Study . Wednes0ay: 7 p.m. Prayer MeetlngWed. at 7:00 p.m. I-'eYe Miller, Pastor. S.S. Supt. service at 6:00 p.m. Worship 9:30, SS 10:30. Sand Midweek Prayer & Bible Study CalVltt~t Septllt Church James ~ll~. Sun. School 10 War Ridge Freewill Know Rd; 304-392-2448. Red Sulphur: Ray. Eddie am. Classes for all ages. Baptist Church. Sunday School Trinity United Methodist Rocky Mr. Howd0ck, Sunday School 10 Worship. Sazvice, 11 am. end 6 10:00am MomingWorship 11:0(] Linda Payton, Pastor: Sunday Community Church A.M. Randy Hedge,pm. Everysun. Prayer Meeting am Sunday Evening 6:00 pro Schoo19:45 am, Worship services indian Ridge Pipestem: Buck Supednlendenl Morning Worship Wed. 7pro, Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:00 pro everySun. 11 am, BiblestudyWed Goodw~n, Pastor S.S. 10 am, 11:00A.M. Evening Womhip 7:30 Judlon Free WillHey. Joseph Swiney. 7 pm. Ph: 304-466-9850 Worship, 11 am; Youth S 6 pro; P.M. Wednesday Worlhip 7:30 :Pealer Chaflia Denials. Sunday Bible Study, 7 pm. 2nd Sat./mo. i School lOam, Worship Service, Gospel Sing, refreshments 7 pm. P.M. C4mtrll CATHOLIC PRESBYTERIAN ! 11 am, Evening Service, 7 pro, St. Patrick Catholic Church. HOl Centervllle Pastor RetYPe Men, lit: 9:.45 a.m. Thurs. Service 7 pro. Mass Schedule: Saturda Greenville, 10 am. Sunday School. Church School. 11 a.m. Morning Keatley Sprlngl (Sunday Vigil Mass) 5p.m.; (May. 7:45 pm, Community Worship Big 4 Drug Worship. 6:00 p,m. EveningI sundaySchooll0am.- September) Sunday 9 a.m Service Worship. 7 p.m, Wednesday Mid i Laurel Crsek Baptist Church Wednesday i 6 p.m Friday - ~ First Presbyterian Church Store, Inc. WeekServiea, i Pastor: Melvin Wills, S.S. a.m. James Irwin, Interim Pastor Cheatnut Mountain Baptist Superintendent: Robert Wills. S. Sunday Worship 11 am,Wed. Bible prescription and drug needs Church S. 10 am Morning Worship 11 CHRISTIAN Study 6 pm, Prayer Meeting 7 pro. fountain service Services Evary Thursday at am Evening Service 6 pm. Flrat Chriatian Church Hen's Creek -16t;=.~l~;| 7:00p.m. Pastor BobbyCaias. i Wed. nignt biblestudy7pm. Sunday Schoo19:45 am, Morning Greenville, 10a.m. SundaySchool ChastnutGrova LlckCreakBaptiatChurch Worship 11:00 am Sunday 7:45 pro Community Worship Pastor: Benny Allen. = : Green Sulphur: Pastor: Dan Evening Bible Study, Sunday 6:0~ Service.THIS SPACE IS FOR Superintendent: Maynard! S~mce ServieasSundayl0to Youth Meetings 6:00 Keller at Lowell Benkenship. Sunday;School, 10 11 am. Sun. Night, 6 pm. Wed. Rev. Stewart McMurray, Pastor. YOUR BUSINESS a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. night 7 pro. CHURCH OF CHRIST Worship Services held at 2:30 pm Evening Service 7:00 Wed. Utile Wolf Creak Hlnton on Ist. and 3rd. Sundays. ADVERTISMENT Evening SeNice 7:00 p.m. Baptist Church,Buck, Pastor, 1621 SummersSt. Minister, WaRe~ McEIlenny ONLY $72 a year. Cllylon BaptiatChurch Eddia Harris, Sunday School Dekle: Sunday Morning Bible Rev. Stewart McMurray, Pastor. (3 1/2 miles t~oCtayton Rd from 10:00 era. Morning Worship Study 9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Grassy Meadows,10 am. Sunday Pence Spdngs) Pastor:. Grant 11;00 am. Sun. Evening WomhipService 10:30a.m. Wed, School. Worship Service held at 9 Pelitt' Jr" Sun" service 10 &m" W nddP 6:00 Pro" FraYer Merlin/ Bibla Study 7:00 P'm" Sunday am on 2nd" end 4th" Sundays" HEAR WO~ 1! ll.m. Wed. ev~ 7 B.Y.F. Wed. night 7 pro. Evening 6:00 p.m. OTHERS p.m. Ph: 466-5052 Meadow Creek Shockley Hill CoolI I Chapel Pastor Harry Allen: Sunday church Of Christ Bennett Chapel (Independent Fundamental) ~ Schooll0am.MomingWorship Sun. Assembly Worship 9:30 am Tug Creek Mt. Travis Hocur, Pastor Donald Hannah on DailasPeyto~Jr Pe~o~.Sundly ; 11 am Evening Womhip 7 pro, Bible Class 10:30 am. Worship Pastor: Services, Sat. 7 p.m. WMI.J-FM 905 & 96.7 School. Supt. Tom Lamb. Wed. Night Bibia Study, 7pm. 11:15am. Wed. Bible Class 6:3(] Sundayevening2p.m. Sowice:S.S; 101Lm.Worshig 11 New Salem Baptist Church pm. Call for info & directions 466- Church of the M ' F at 2:05 p.m. ll.m. Evening Worship. 7 p.m Pastor I. E. Hatcher:. Sunday 5907 or253-9570. Living God Sunday 8:15 a.m. Wed. 7p.m. Prayer Meatin~ School 10:00. Church 11:00 Pastor Hen Iddings: Sun. School or anytime at ' Co*mwSlds Fu~=~,~. EPISCOPAL 10 am Morning Worship 11 am sermonaudio.com/ R1. 12 Fomlt Hill Nlmitz Mlaalo~lly " Ascension Episcopal Church Sun, 6 pm Iwgmbannah SundaySerVtctl0& 11 era, & 7 Baptiat~PastorDonaldL 5th & Temple St.Worship 11 an" Hlnton Gospel pro. Wed ~ i4mdce 7 pro. Harmeh S. S. Superintendent Sunday. Holy Euchanst 3 time a Tabernacle Fakldlw alplllt ~lmll=h Mark Ellison, Sunday School month. Ph: 304-627-1232 102 Main Street, Terry Weathedy, RONALD MEADOWS Forest Hill, Pallor: Michael 9:45. Morning Worship and Pastor: Sun. School 10 am. M Coy;,Won~ipse,'vice~ 9:.45 ChildronChu~chlla.m.sunday METHODIST Worship 11:00 am. Evangelistic FUNERAL PARLORS am: su .ysc . 11:0o am: Morni.g Eve.ing Sunday u. iatChurch sen.ceT:OO b,eStu Wed 466-1179 Ever, tngSewk:e~7:00pm;Cholr Worship 6:00. Prayer Meeting Molissa White, Minister:. SS 9:.45 7:00pro. Preofice, Wed 6:30 pro; Mid- end Youth Meeting 7:00 am, Morning Worship 11:00 am, Jehovah's Witness 130Temple Street Week SenSe. 7:30 pro,Wednesday. Child cam availai~e: Moments with Sun. 10am Public Talk, Sun. 11 am Souther~ Watchtower, Study Tue. 7:30 pro, children, Wed. Youth Club, Theoeratic School Thurs. 8:30 pm Feilh BeptilIOIturch 2 1/2 milas past Medna, Rt. 20, nm s:30pm transportation:~c. THIS SPACE IS FOR J DFox, Past~. Sun.School10 midway between Pipeatem St0",~4"~ """. Service Meeting. YOUR BUSINESS am, Morning Service, 11 am; Park end Hinton. Pastor Roy B. Forest Hill Jumping Branch ADVERTIsMENT Night S~C~, 6 pro. Wed. night Ca~er, sunday School 10 a.m. James Wentz, Pastor 1st and 3re Tabernacle prayermeedng6 pro. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Sunday. Sunday School at 9:45 Tom & Dadene Coffmen, Pastor: ONLY $72 a year. Wed. Night Prayer and Bible a.m. Worship service 10:30 a+m, Franklin Bowles, Supt. Sun. School FeimetaroFrlmwSl Study 7:00 p.m.5th Sunday rotation in ethel 9:45 am. Morning Worship 10:45 THIS SPACE IS FOR Two miles north of Nderson on ptpeatemsbc2.oom churchas in charge. 304-887-9190, am, Youth Fellowship 6:00 pro. the/IdtaRoed, sundayschool!0 Rhortds Anna Memorial JamesChepel Evening Worship 7:00 pm. Preyer YOUR BUSINESS a.m. Baptist Youth League 6 p:m. Streeter, WV. Service every At True Service Wed. 7:00 pro. Evening services 7 p.m. 2rid 4th. end 5th. Saturday at Rev. David Damewood, Pastor: Lifeline Church ADVERTIsMENT First Blptiat Churoh 7:00 Pro" River Valley Services 9 am. Sun. School 10 am. 505 Stokas Dr. Hinton ONLY $72 a year. Johnson Sundays 11a.m Wednesday 7 SundayScho~9:45a.m.Eugene Rt. 12 Forest Hill Road, Lowell Minister, Hubert Groves: Sam p.m. Pastor Mark Bayle Jones, Supt. MomingWorship 11 O'De~, Pastor. 10 ll.m. Sunday Groves, Lay Leader. Study: 9:45. Mount Olivet THIS SPACE IS FOR ILr~, Evening ++,~l~+~7~l~6p;m. School, 11 a.m. Morning Worship 11 am." Church MidWeekS~?~0Op.m. worship. 6 pro. Evening MarthaChapelUnlted A community church. Madame YOUR BUSINESS Sarvioe. 6:00 pm. & youth Ed Dolphin, Pastor; SS 10, CreekRoad, 21/2miies,Danial ADVERTIsMENT Forest HSlBaptiaIChurch meeting. Wed. Services. 7:00 W0mhip 11; Madams Ck Rd; 304- E Harris, Pastor: 466-0640, Pastor Jeff Cente oury~. Scndcea 2nd.&4th.Sunday9:45,Sunday pro. " 466-1994. Sunday School 10:00 am. ONLY $72 a year. Rofel Chapel Church Mary Jane Memorial Morning Worship 11:00 am, School 10:45; Evening S~vice Ronaid Cobb, Pastor, Sunday Pastor Ernest Calfea: Sunda Evening service 7:30 pm EDT, 7:00. School, 10 e.m Morning School i0 am. MomingWorship 11 Wednesday (7 pm EST winter) ~,Baptiatt~lllltch Worship, 11 a.m. Web. Bible am. PrayerMeating7:30pm.New Ho~e Church ' THIS SPACE IS FOR Poweley's (~reek, Pastor John Study. 7p.m. Miller Memorial United oftbe Nazarene YOUR BUSINESS Rolllnahurg Bdan Daugherty,Pastor;, Sun, 1301 Summers St: : Sunday Offenberger. Sun. School i0 D. LS~r, Pastor: 10a.m. School 8:30.; Worship 9:30 a.m.; Schooll0a.m. MomingWorship ADVERTIsMENT e.m Servieas 11 a.m. Evening Sunday School dusea for all Follow us Facabook. 111 Mille= 11 am Sunday Evening 6 pm Service 6 p.m Wed. 7 p.m. a0as" Richard Holloran Ave, Bellepoint, Hintcn, WV25951 Wed. KidsClub7pm. ONLY $72 a year. I :!!i . . I