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English as a Second Language class scheduled in Lewisburg [LEWISBURG, W.Va.] New River Community and Technical College is offering a basic English class specifically for those learning the English language as a second language at the Greenbrier Valley Campus in Lewisburg starting Monday, January 28. The ten-week class will meet on Monday evenings from 7 to 8 p.m. Participants will learn basic vocabulary and grammar to help them improve their communication skills in phone conversations, small talk and for survival. Instructor Amber Sayre- Asano has more than ten years of experience teaching ESL, and comes from a multi-cultural family. She teaches English at New River CTC and has taught at WVU, Marshall University and Fairmont State University. Tuition for the class is $100. Preregistration is required by January 23. To register, visit www.newriver. edu]community or contact Gloria Kincaid (304-793-6101, gkincaid@ newriver.edu) or Jeanne Stone (304-883-2469, vstone@newriver. edu). New River CTC's Workforce Education Division provides community education classes and employable educational opportunities including noncredit courses, workforce development programs and customized training. New River Community and Technical College serves nine counties in southeastern West Virginia from the Greenbrier Valley Campus (Lewisburg), Mercer County Campus (Princeton), Nicholas County Campus (Summersville) and Raleigh County Campus (Beaver). CLASSIFIED ADS ONLY 35 ,word 12 N Thursday (The paper is responsible for J 12 N Thursday NOTICE BLI~GRASS MUSIC American Music Association will be having Bluegrass music on the first Sat. of each month at the Vietnam Veterans Center in Princeton. Doors open at 5:30. Band and Jam Session. CALENDARS The Hinton Railroad Museum has received for sale the Steam and Chessie Calendars for 2019. The Museum located at 206 Temple Street is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. SUMMERS COUNTY ARH Auxiliary Gift Shop now has RADA PRODUCTS for sale. Hours are: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Sun. 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. SENIOR CENTER TRIP Summers County Senior Center is sponsoring a trip to Amelia Island, St. Augustine & Jacksonville, FL,' March 17 to 23, 2019. Please call Cindy for more information at (304) 466-4019. PSl) MEETING The Meadow Creek Public Service District meets the second Tuesday of each month at the Green Sulphur District Volunteer Fire Department at 6 p.m. Meetings are open to the public. FRESH PECANS FOR SALE Ascension Episcopal Church has received this year's fresh pecans - priced $10.50 for 16 oz. large pieces and $10.75 for large halves. Call Joanne Duval1304-466-3358 or Cleo Mathews 304-466-1515. John Hutchison sworn in as a Court Justice Tues. Jan. 8, 2019 Hinton News - 7 IUi IlUg lllllll IlllVA CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Circuit Judge John A. Hutchison was sworn in as Justice of the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia today in a ceremony in the'Supreme Court Chamber where speakers focused on resLoring the public confidence in the West Virginia judicial system. "The Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia is now newly constituted and I believe does not carry with it the dark shadows of the past 24 months," Justice Hutchison said immediately after he took the oath of office delivered by Chief Justice Beth Walker. "I again pledge my cooperation to the other four members of this court to help achieve the open and transparent administration of this branch of government so that cooperation with the other two equal branches of government is possible and achievable," Justice Hutchison said. Justice Hutchison was appointed to the Court in December by Governor Jim Justice to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Allen Loughry. Governor Justice earlier in the year appointed Justice Tim Armstead and Justice Evan Jenkins to fill vacancies created by the resignations of Menis Ketchum and Robin Davis. Justices Armstead and Jenkins were elected in November. "Today is an important day. It is a day of new beginnings," said Nineteenth Judicial Circuit (Barbour and Taylor Counties) Judge Alan Moats, who was the master of ceremonies. "For over a year our Supreme Court and its Justices have been engulfed in a great storm. When a great storm occurs, it causes despair, distress, damage and destruction. But no storm lasts forever. It always ends. The clouds part, the sun returns, and a full assessment of the damage can be made and the restoration process can" begin. A great storm is not forgotten. But the damage it causes can be repaired." Justice Hutchison "brings four decades of experience as a lawyer, and a judge, with a vast and unsurpassed historical knowledge and understanding of our court system," Judge Moats said. "His leadership and knowledge will complement the talents of our other four good justices as they work collectively together, united as a team, to move our Court forward and to restore our Court to his proper position in this state." Justice Hutchison had been a circuit judge since 1995, when then-Governor Gaston Caperton, appointed him to the Tenth Judicial Circuit (Raleigh County). He was elected to that seat in 1996 and re-elected in 2000, 2008 and 2016. He was a member of the Supreme Court's Mass Litigation Panel and wasa judicial representative on the Commission to Study Residential Placement of Children. He served as treasurer, secretary, vice president, and president of the West Virginia Judicial Association and was chairman and vice-chairman of the association's legislative and pensions committees.He was born and raised in Beckley. He has a 1972 bachelor's degree in history and political science from Davis and Elkins College and a 1980 law degree from West Virginia University. He was assistant basketball coach at Davis and Elkins College (1972 to 1974) and was dorm director and assistant basketball coach at Concord University (1975 to 1977). Al'ter law school, he practiced law in Raleigh County for ten years then opened the Nationwide Insurance West Virginia Trial Division Office and was its managing trial attorney for four years. He is married to Victoria Lagowski Hutchison and they have two children and two grandchildren. Among the speakers Friday were U.S. Magistrate Judge Dwane Tinsley and Retired United States Air Force Colonel Steven S. Savage, who recalled their time playing college basketball with Justice Hutchison. "Because of Judge Hutchison's compassion, dedication, honesty, intellect, and temperament, .he is the best person to serve as a Justice," Magistrate Judge Tinsley said. Colonel Savage praised Justice Hutchison's integrity, courage, and ability to inspire others, saying, MUSEUM CLOSED The Railroad Museum is closed for the winter opening back up in April, To get a copy of the Historic Hilltop Cemetery Book you can call Bobby Cox at 304-890-3554 or you can get by mail, by sending check for $30.00 plus $5.00 shipping to hilltop CemeLery 146 Cross Street, Hinton WV all proceeds go to the maintenance of the cemetery. " Alaskan Grand Cruise & Tour 12 days from s-1 849" $1,599" Deports June- September, 2019 Promo code N7017 II vacations :your Grand Alaskan Ultimate Hawaii Tour with Pearl Harbor Cruise & Tour Experience . 12 days from s~2B49" $1,599" 13 days from s~9" $1,799 Departs June- September, 2019 Enjoy a spectacular cruise & tour between Seattle a nd . Alaska including 7 nights aboard Holland America Line's ms WesteMom and 4 nights on land. 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"The State of West Virginia and the citizens of West Virginia are in good hands with him on the bench." Retired Supreme Court Justice Thomas McHugh said, "There is great power in this Court but it must be used with great restraint. . . You will wear the mantle of the Court proudly for all West Virginians. It is with the highest pride that I see you become a Justice of this great institution." "I'm here to work," Justice Hutchison said. '~ro work on cases, to work with my colleagues on restoring faith in your Court, work for the family, circuit, and magistrate judges who toil in the trenches every day. I will also work for all the court employees throughout the state who perform their duties tirelessly every day in this system. '2VIostly I am here to work for everyone in West Virginia as a positive, ethical, and I hope intelligent and effective member of this high court. I recognize I am but one of five members of your Supreme Court. I commit to you, and to them, I will work hard, I will cooperate in any way possible to make the judicial branch of government the best it can be." Justice Hutchison said he hoped his swearing-in ceremony would convey how deeply he is committed to West Virginia and to cooperating and collaborating with the other Justices, the Legislature, and the Governor so that "West Virginia can achieve the greatness she deserves." Chief Justice Walker noted that Justice Hutchison's first day on the Supreme Court was also her first day in the Supreme Court Chamber as Chief Justice. She thanked Justice Hutchison for inviting her to deliver the oath of office, especially considering the fact that he knows every judge in West Virginia and any one of them could have had that honor. The choice indicated that he shares her interest in honoring tradition and working as a team to improve the reputation of the Court. "I am really humbled to get to do this today," she said. ! 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