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8 - Hi|ton News Tues. Jan. 8, 2019 2019 Interest Rates on OJ lJ ll U L Judgments or Decrees ctL CHARLESTON, W.Va. - The Administrative Office of the Supreme Court of Appeals of West HINTON AREA FOUNDATION SUMMERS COUNTY Virginia has set the interest rate COMMUNITY IMPACT GRANT HISTORICAL SOCIETY at 5.5 percent for judgments and APPLICATION AVAILABLE MEETING decrees entered during the 2019 Hi|ton Area Foundation The Summers County Histoical calendar year. Commnity Impact Grant cycle is Society will meet Today, Tuesday, West Virginia Code 56-6-31 open. The Hi|to|Area Foundation January 8 at 6:00 p.m. in the requires the Administrative Office " (HAF) makes duscresionary andbasement of St. Patrick's Catholic annually to determine the interest field of interest grants to charitable Church. Bring food items, rate to be paid upon judgments or organizations in the areas ofAll members are urged to attend decrees for the payment of money. Education. TheArts, Beautification, and the public is welcome to attend. It requires the pre-judgment and Health and Human Services, Public post-judgement interest rate to Recreation and other eligible needs. Friends of the Library be two percentage points above You may download a copy of the A reminder that the Friends of the Fifth Federal Reserve District grant application through ourthe Library will be meeting for the secondary discount rate in effect website,, new year on Tuesday, on the second day of January of The application deadline is January January 8th at 5:30 p.m. in the the year in which the judgment or 31, 2019. HAF request hardcopy Library. Please try to attend because decree is entered. The law also says and those may be be mailed to: we will be choosing the rate cannot exceed 9 percent Hinton Area Foundation Grantsthe fundraising events for 2019. per year or be less than 4 percent Committee, PO Box 217, Hi|ton, Hope you can make it. per year. WV 25951, For more information The main bank for the Fifth you may contact HAF, 304-309-5502. LIFE LINE SCREENING Federal Reserve District is the Fifth Life Line Screening, a leading FederalReserve Bankin Richmond, provider of community-basedVa. That bank's secondary discount Summers County Writers preventive health screenings will be rate on January 2, 2019, was 3.5 Group Meetings in our community on Tuesday, April percent. The rate of interest on The Summers County Writers 2, 2019 at First Presbyterian judgements and decrees entered in Group has been meeting for a year Church. Ultrasound screenings to 2019, therefore, is 5.5 percent. and is still going strong. We have a Identify risk factors for The law also requires the kind, generous group ofwriters who Cardiovascular disease include; Administrative Office to notify enjoy tackling the writing prompts, Carotid Artery (plaque buildup-a promptly the courts and members sharing our pieces, and generally leading cause of stroke), Abdominal of the West Virginia State Bar improving our craft. We also have a Am ticAneurysm (an enlargement or of the rate of interest in effect for group on Facebook with updates on weak area in the main blood vessel each calendar year. The Supreme meetings and writing prompts. The that carries blood from the heart to Court has notified the Bar and meetings for the next three months the rest of the body), Peripheral posted the rate information on have been planned. If you want to Arterial Disease (hardening of the the West Virginia http://www. improve your skills or just want to arteries in the legs), a Heart Rhythm read some new stories, please feel Screening (an EKG to detect Atrial pdfs/interest2019.pdf. free to join us. The next meeting is Fibrillation-irregular heartbeat) January S with the prompt: "money and an Osteoporosis Risk COMMUNITY SUPPORT does grow on trees and is highly Assessment for men and women. The Hi|ton Lions Club is asking regulated by the government."Being proactive abeut your health for the Communities support in Other meetings are as follows: by knowing your risks helps you and helping to provide those who need, January 24 - "Dr. Seuss has your doctor address problems early, eye examinations or eye glasses. decided that he no longer wants to Register online TODAY at The Hi|ton Lions have been write for children and providing assistance for over 18 has become a crime reporter, but communitycircle and receive your years and are asking community still keeping his Seussian style" "Community Circle" discount and organizations and businesses as well February 7 - "make a wish" your Preferred Appointment!as citizens for monetary donations February 21 -"the teddy bear who to continue providing help to those protects children from monsters" YOUTH RALLIES in need in our community. As news March 7 - "I love you but" Youth Rallies will be held on spreads of the help being provided, March 21 - "write about a Saturday at 6:00 p.m. on January requests arenowoutnumberingthe childhood experience but put it in a 19th First Baptist Church. Lions Club's ability to help. different time period" Preaching, Singing, Testimonies, Once a request is received, the Skits, Refreshments. Everyone individual's application is screened Welcome to insure that other avenues of "Remember now thy Creator in assistance are pursued before the the days of thy youth Ecclesiastes Lions Club provides help. 12:1 Donations can be mailed to: Lions PSD MEETING CALL ACWP Club, Sight Assistance Program, The Meadow Creek Public If you see a dogin a neglectful or P.O. Box 1321, Hi|ton, WV 25951. Service District meets the second abusive situation please ACWP. If Checks should be made out to: " Tuesday ofeachmonthatthe Green you see a stray dog on the road, Hi|ton Lions Club. Sulphur District Volunteer Fire especially one that you've never seen PSD MEETING Department at 6 p.m. Meetings are before, please callACWP. If you have open to the public, a litter of puppies and would like The Meadow Creek Public them to be placed in homes that are Service District meets the second PIPESTEM RURITAN CLUB pre-approved as responsible pet Tuesday of each month at the Green Sulphur District Volunteer Fire The Pipestem Ruritan club meets owners than please call ACWP. The ,Department at 6 p.m. Meetings are every fourth Saturday at 6:00 p.m. number is easy to remember 855- We have a wonderful dinner before WV4-PETS. open to the public. 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. BINGO Mon. & Wed.: 9 a.m. to 1 2 p.m. Bingo every Friday night at the Hi|ton Senior Citizens Building on SecondAve. Doors open at 4:00 p.m. Tue. & Thurs : 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. starts at 6:00 p.m. ONE REASON i ator Kenny :rman o Senate President Mitch serve in this critical role in one Volunteer Fire Department. He is Carmichael, R-Jackson, today of the Senate's most importantthe owner and licensee in charge of announced that SenatorKenny committees," Senate President Groves-Mann Funeral Home hi Mann, R-Monroe, has been namedCarmichael said. "It takes a person in Union. Vice Chairman of the Senate with a business sense, with an'Tm looking forward to this new Finance Committee for the 84th understanding of government, and challenge and new phase of my Legislature, which begins January an ability to work with all types service in the Senate," Senator 9, 2019. of people to get things done. As a Mann said. '~rhere is so much good Senator Mann was elected small business owner, he knows all work that comes out of our Finance to the Senate in 2016. He is of this and more. I am so excited Committee, and I'm excited to be currently the Chairman of the to watch how Senator Mann Willable to help drive its agenda more Education Committee and the thrive in this new role and the than I had in the past. Putting Vice Chairman of the Natural benefits it will bring to the Finance together the state's budget every Resources Committee and is a Committee and to the people ofyear is a huge task, and I'm member of the Agriculture and West Virginia." grateful that Senate President Rural Development, Banking and Senator Mann is a graduate of Carmichael put his trust in me to Insurance, Economic Development, Concord University and the Mid- help Chairman Blair do this job." Energy, Industry and Mining, and America College of Funeral Service. Senator Mann represents the Finance committees. He is a former member of the Tenth Senatorial District, which '~rhere are few people I can Monroe County Board of Education includes Fayette, Greenbrier, think of who are as qualified to and is the president of the BaUard Monroe, and Summers counties. Capito Announces Committee Assignments for 116th Congress Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) today announced her committee assignments for the ll6th Congress. She will continue serving on four U.S. Senate committees - including the Committee on Appropriations; the Committee on Environment and Public Works; the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation; and the Committee on Rules and Admmistration. "I'm very excited to continue serving on these four committees, all of which deal directly with issues that are critically important to West Virginia|s," Senator Capito said. "These assignments will help ensure I continue to have a seat at the tahle when considering legislation and oversight related to some of my top priorities - such as government funding, broadband, energy and manufacturing, and infrastructure, among others. That also means that I will be well-positioned to advocate for and shape solutions in areas that are critical to our economy and our future success - both as a state and as a country - and it means that West Virginia's interests will remain front and center throughout that process. I look forward to continuing to work with both my Republican and Democrat colleagues on these committees this Congcess." More information on Senator Capito's committee assignments is below. U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations. As a member of the Committee on Appropriations, Senator Capito works to ensure West Virginia's priorities are represented when our nation's funding decisions are made. During her time on the committee, she has served as chair of the Legislative Branch Subcommittee and the Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee. She currently serves as chair of the Homeland Security Subcommittee, where she oversees funding for a range of national security resources and agencies U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works As a member of the Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW), Senator Capito advocates for policies that protect vital West Virginia energy and manufacturing jobs and encourage investment in West Virginia's infrastructure. The EPW Committee has primary jurisdiction over Environmental ProtectionAgency (EPA) regulations that have targeted West Virginia energy production. As a leader on the EPW Committee, Senator Capito is committed to promoting a co|too|sense regulatory strategy and protecting affordable, reliable energy production. During the 115th Congress, she served as chair of the Clean Air and Nuclear Safety Subcommittee. U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. The Commerce Committee has some of the broadest jurisdiction in the Senate and oversee s many is sue s that are critical to West Virginia, most notably broadband. The committee oversees both the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA). This committee assignment allows Senator Capito to continue advocating for improved connectivity in West Virginia. U.S. Senate Committee on Rules andAdministration. The Committee on Rules and Administration oversees the internal management of the Senate and legislative branch agencies, including the Library of Congress, and is responsible for legislation establishing federal election laws. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Open meetings in the basement of Ascension Episcopal Church, corner of 5tli Ave, & Temple St Hi|ton at 8:00 p.m. every Tues Thurs & Sat. For more information call 1-800- 333-5051. AL-ANON Are you troubled by someone's Al:Anon F amily,jQrqup can help. To help them, you have to help yourself first. Meetings every Monday nights 7:00 p.m. behind the ChildAdvocaey Center at 411 Temple Street. For more information call: 466-2760. FRESH PECANS FOR SALE Ascension Episcopal Church has received this year's fresh pecans - priced $10.50 ~'or ~ oz. large pmces and $10.75 for large halves. Call Joanne Duval1304-466-3358 or Cleo Mathews 304-466-1515. rllmll I I ,"0* m m m m mm n mum m mmmmmum mm m mmm m m n m m m Please send this form back to school before Friday, January 11th. Summers County Pre-K Enrollment For Next Year! llmnl I I I I Please check the school below where you would like your child to attend. If a site fills up before we get your enroihnent form, we will contact you for a second choice. Summers County offers universal Pre-K classrooms at five sites throughout the county. Our Pre-K Program is collaboration with CASE WV Head Start and Summers County Schools. Classrooms located within the county schools have WVDE certified teachers and aides hired by Summers County Schools and the classroom at the Head Start Center has a I teacher and aide that have authorization endorsed for community programs through the ,WVDE. This year we are excited to offer a classroom at Talcott Elementary School, i Jumping Branch Eietnentary School, WV CASE Head Start Center, Hi|ton Area I Elementary, and Summers County High School. The Summers County High School will I be in collaboration with SCHS CTE Early Childhood Education Program under the I direction of Mrs. Paula Rhodes. I m [-1Head Start Center F'lHintonArea ["lJumpingBranch m-lTalcott ['IscHs I 466-6016 466-6024 466-6025 466-6029 466-6020 I m Children who will be four years old prior to July 1,2019 are eligible to enroll. It is very important that all | children planning to attend Pre-K next year pre-enroll. We know it is early, but we need this inlbrmation m so we will know how many teachers are needed for Pre-K classes next year. I ,Child's Full Name: | Date of Birth: boy girl l ,Parent/Guardian Name: l ,Address: I I I | | | I | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | I | | I | | | im Important enrollment materials you~ I may need to be working on: I ,(I) Your child must have a certified i m birth certificate from the Division of ! II Vmta Stattstmcs~ureau. ! i (2) Immunizations should be up-to-date, i I m- ". Work/Cell/Home Number: If you have any questions concerning enrollment please call Ms. Kay Westfall, Pre-K Coordinator at (304) 466-6020. | The tentative date for our Prc-K enrollment is March 11, 2019. We will be contacting you to make an appointment for | your child. Please return this letter to school no later than Friday, January 1 Ith. If you know of a family with a child who would be eligible to enroll please pass this information to them. FOR SCI I001, 1 ISI'~ ONI .Y: ,Date: Time: Received By: m DISCRIMINATION PROIIIBITED "This institution is an equal opportunity employer." *; mm m mmmm m m m n m m m m m m m m mmm u m m m mm mm mm n m m m mm m mm mm l | | | | | | | | | | | | | |. | m+ mndl < t