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BARNS OF SUMMERS COUNTY-westvir#aHe,it e An extract from the book for your enjoyment By PhyUis Campbell Whidey 14th Winter Eagle Survey Tues. Jan. 22, 2019 Hinton News -5 WORRELL BARN ON SHUMATE ROAD The barn sits majestically in the "When we were young we wouldhaying time. field on Shumate Road in the Forest help Dad get the cattle in the stalls. Mrs. Whitley is a. lifetime Hill District. Kelly and Garnette We would put a rope halter on each member of the Summers County (Young) Ferguson were living at cow, tie it to a post in the stall and Historical Society. The book can be this farm in the 1940's when Kelly then vaccinate it. Then we would purchased at the Summers County built thebarn, do another one. Dad later built a Public Library or by order at The two large double doors on shed with a holding chute inside Mrs. both ends of the side of the barn so we could do all the vaccinating Whitley's latest book is entitled could indicate Mr. Ferguson had much quicker. It made everything "Photographer on Horseback - some large machinery to store, a lot easier to do." John C. Wikel". The attached structure was the Ronnie said, " We spent a lot of It details life of a photographer place where the animals weretime digging bantam chickens out wholivedalongLittleWolfCreekin vaccinated, of the loft after we had filled the it the early 1900s. It can be purchased In 1968 Douglas and Drema with hay. from members of 'the Summers (Hanson) Worrell purchased .the The chickenslovedtomakenestsCounty Historical Society or by barn and in 2009 it went to their and hatch up in the loft. Over the order at photographeronhorseback. son and his wife, Ronnie and Renee years, my brothers and I also spent com. (Smith) Worrell. lots of hot summer days throwing Sale of the Barn book benefits Ronnie Worrell said he has thousands of square bales up into the Library and sale of the Wikel the loft. Many of our friends in the book benefits the Summers County many memories from the years he has lived at the farm. He said, area would come by and help during Historical Society. New River CTC announces Fall 2018 President's List and Dean's List Over 225 students have been Hayley Tamea. Rupert: JeramyFondale. Fayetteville: Brittany named to New River CommunityBarley. Shady Spring: MorganPickles, Brenden Blake. Fenwick: and Technical College's President's Ballard. Sophia: Michael Fuller. Karisa Knight. Frankford: Jason List and Dean's List for the fall Summersville: Brooklyn Neal.Reynolds, DerrickSuttle. GapMills: 2018 semester. Union: Aaron Baker, Jacob Beesley, Mackenzie Taylor. Gary: Tyler 'Eagle Brigade of Southern WV(including Three Rivers Avian Center, Bibbee Nature Club, Hanging Rock Migration Observatory, Pipestom State Park & guests) January 12, 2019 Mouth of Indian Creek - Dale Porter, Rodney & J Wray Davis. 3 BAEA* ( 2 adults, 1 1 st year) and 1 GOEA**(immature) Bertha -Bob Dameron, Allen & Mindy Waldron. 6 BAEA (2 adults, 4 1St year); Mouth of the Bluestone River- Sharyn Og.den, Julie & Corey McQuade, Kristi DeCourcy, Thelma Massey, Ray Feamster, Don Ward, David Johnston, Gary Taylor, Jason & Kathy Dotson, Josh Parks, Jim(compiler) & Judy Phillips. BAEA 21(3 adults, 4 sub-adults, 9 3rd year, 3 2nd year & 2 1 st year) and 1 GOEA (immature) Bluestone State Park - Jerry Gladwell. No eagles. Rt. 20 Overlook(1 mile south of Bluestone Dam) - Brian Hirt, Betsy Reeder, Doug Sisung, Kermit Stover and Buddy Shaver. 3 BAEA(1 1 st year & 2 2nd year) Bellepoint - Charlie Kahle. 5 BAEA(2 adults, 2 1St year & 1 2nd year) Brooks Island Overlook - Jesse Perrine, Ron & Wendy Perrone. 2 BAEA(adults) Barger Springs - Buck Price. No eagles. Red Sulphur Springs - Julie & Rodney Bragg. 2 BAEA(adults) Rt. 122 - Leigh Prince & David Shrewsbery. 9 BAEA(2 adults, 5 1 st year, 1 2nd year & 1 3rd year) Hans Creek Valley - Maury Johnson, Bob & Gladys Carter & Jim McGrady. 3 BAEA(1 adult, 2 1 st year) 2 BAEA(adults) seen away from manned sites along Greenbrier & New Rivers. 39 participants located 56 Bald Eagles(18 adults, 17 1St year, 7 2nd year, 10 3rd year & 4 sub-adults) and 2 Golden Eagles(both immature). *BAEA = Bald Eagle **GOEA=Golden Eagle Conditions - Snow, 30-39 degrees, 100% cloud cover, NE wind 0-5 mph & visibility 0.25-3 miles. Spring Eagle Survey- March 2, 2019 President's List students must Casara Buckland. Upperglade: Lester. Glen Daniel: Kristin Glass SENIOR CENTER TRIP carry a minimum of 12 semester Kermit M?Court. ~ W.elch: Is~a? . ,Gle~ ~q~k: Ter~ t~rown~.Hiltsboro Summers County Senior Center hours~de~~rln~:v ~ o:~/orl~a~ ~h~o,~ n Kelly is sponsoring a trip toAmelia Island; ' (GIYA)~of 4: ~ullen$, . ~ Josl~ua:/Mi~arn,~ Charity illcluding~~eDb," ~tt~rback Brandi Reel. Leslie: St. Augustine & Jacksonville, FL, March 17 to 23, 2019. Please call President Dr. Bonny Patrick Wygal, Ashleigh Lyall. Tyrek Blair. Lewisburg: Shania Copenhaver announced that theDean's List students must carry Boggs, Renee Feamster, Ethel following students have earned the a minimum of 12 semester hours Kinser, ToriYates, Samuel Christie, President's List designation for the (foundational courses do not count Shauna Chafin, Megan King, fall 2018 semester: toward the minimum requirement), Patrick Beasley, Alexandra Boone, Alderson: Sarah Coffelt, Dolly earn a GPAof3.25 for the semester Kenneth Buus. Mabscott: Breanna Evans, Sandra Bart, Amanda or better and fail no courses. Mills. Marlinton: Bailey Hall, Bremer, Michelle Freeman, Vice President for Academic Kailey Carpenter, Aaron Jackson. Melissa Lytton, Shakina Oates, Affairs Dr. Richard Pagan Meadow Bridge: Sarah Cooper. Angela Howell, Marshell Weikle, announced that the followingMidway: Brandon Treadway. Amanda Tignor, Elyssa Shuford, students have earned the Dean's Montcalm: Farrah Compton. Kelley Brookman, Katelin Martin. List distinction for the fall 2018 Mount Hope: Adam Trzicak, Gloria Athens: Austin. Walker, Jordan semester: Justice, Adam Hernandez. Mullens: Patton. Beckley: April Wright, Alderson: Dana Morris, Rachel Allison England. Nettie: Rachel John Ball, Megan Huffman, Rachel Webb-Harvey, Joy Mason, Westfall, Jodie Fowler. Oakvale: Bragg, Douglas McMillan. Camden Louisa Knight, Victoria Skinner, Makayla Belcher. Peterstown: on Gauley: Justin Foster. Canvas: Jacqueline Riley, Paula Lane, Alyssa Murphy. Pineville: Tanner Jared Parissi. Coal City: Krista Sabrina Spillman, Christy Norris, Hal! Dylan Hatfield, Karl Howell, Hughes, Sarah Murdock. Cool Angelica Buckland, Lisa Harrison, Tyler Bradford. Pipestem: Travis Ridge: Amanda Elliott, Ashley Pamela Logan, Rayvonna Taylor, Clay, Stephen Winton. Princeton: Clemens. Crawley: Kamryn Taylor Maggie Sanders, Capri Williams, Heather Weeks, Brian Akers, Danese: Rebecca Boggs. Gauley Morgan Glover, Ashley Bell, Carrie Amanda Mullins, Fred Farley, Bridge: Rick Elkins. Glen Fork: Tyson. Ansted: Jamie Barnhouse. Megan Sneed, Joshua Craghead, Rodney Cline. Green Bank: Ballard: Leah Taylor. Beaver: Desiree Bell, Joshua Sneed, Crystal Ervine. Hico: Heather Amber Flowers, Sierra Stratton, Jenny Whittaker, Sarah Graham, Hayes. Hinton: Shannon Maxwell, Daniel Hester. Beckley: Kimberly Janet MiUner, Cortland Hurst. Justin Mattis. Jumping Branch: Broyles, Janeshia Curry, Anthony Rainelle: Kirstin Belcher, Amber Logan Richmond. Lester: Daniel Serrate, Meghan Williams, Hill, Michael Goddard. Richwood: Carpenter. Lewisburg: Matthew Tamber Lilly, Jaela Law, David Delena Ellison. Rock: Matthew Sams, Laken Cyrus, Mary Tincher, Lusk, Devin Bragg, Shaun Terry, Harless. Ronceverte: Mackenzie KatyShank, DemiMcQuain,Jessica KimberleyMcCombs, KimberlyHylton. Rupert: Stefanie Matthews Hammack. Marlinton: ChazlynFarmer, Brendan Mullins, Scarbro: Kayla Blankenship. Hammons, Traci Alderman. Melissa Washington, Rhonda Shady Spring: Katie Stover. Maxwelton: Andrew Seldomridge. Hodge. Bluefield: Othman Saleh. Smoot: Taylor Holiiday. Sophia: Meadow Bridge: Katherine Caldwell: Tori Bowman, TylerLakin Mitchem, Jerica Gyurek. Helmick. Mount Nebo: Angela Hylton, Sarah Mentz. Camden On Summersville: Sharon Overbaugh, Bryant. Naoma: Edward Beckner. Gauley: Shannon Holt. Canvas: Samuel Wllkewitz,Heather Oakvale: Justin Hill. Princeton: Faith Underwood. Charleston:Hanks. Union: Lane Winebrirnmer. Sabrina Ball, Jeana McKenzie, Kenneth Legg. Clintonvllle: Trace Waiteville: Andrew Wrzosek. Jacob Krabbe. Prosperity: Nellie Butcher. Coal City: Skyler Green. Webster Springs: Rebecca Jett. Rose, Abigail Rose. Quinwood: Covington, Virginia: Kiersten White Sulphur Springs: Danielle Nevada Shawver, Kaitlin Mullens. Persinger. Cowen: Amy Perrine. Leonhardt. Williamsburg: Tiffani Rainelle: Zachary Thornton,Crab Orchard: Christina DeMoss, Workman. Carlos Notyce, Ariel Treadway,Kendra Lewis. Craigsville: Ethan For information on admissions Nicole Long. Renick: ElizabethMoore, Traci Frazer, Catherine and the programs offered at New Bartlett, All Bostic, BrookeKitzmiller, CharityVance. Crawley: River CTC, visit www.newriver. Mills Rock: Stephan Goldman. Amanda Tincher, Aaron Walker, edu, email admissions@newriver. Ronceverte: Alexander Plummet, Lisa Covey. Cyclone: Broc Smith. edu or call 866-349 3739 Tyler Morrison, Veronica Hoke, Daniels: Tyler Vandall, Samuel Brittany Brown, Autumn Judy,Watkins, Brittany Watkins. Seth WVDHSEM, WVNG Final Operations Update on W nter Storm Harper Cindy for more information at (304) 466-4019. The West Virginia Division of The West Virginia Departmentlayering clothing, covering exposed Homeland Security and Emergency of Transportation's Division of skin, changing clothesif damp and Management (WVDHSEM) and Highways (WVDOH) reports main taking frequent breaks if working the West Virginia National Guard roads clear and treated from low outside. (WVNG) continue to monitor temperatures overnight. Monitor weather situations via weather and operations throughout Drivers are asked to use local television, radio, and news the state with reports from county caution as icy patches may exist outlets, the National Weather emergency managers, on secondary roads and areas that Service and also by following As of Monday, Jan. 21, 9:00 a.m refreeze due to frigid temperatures WVDHSEM on social media at the State Emergency Operations throughout the day and into]WVDHSEM or Center (SEOC) has received Tuesday. for the situation reports from all counties As of this report, there are no most up-to-date information. in West Virginia. problems or outstanding issues. For more information, contact All county emergency operations The WVDOH maintains contact the West Virginia National Guard centers are monitoring weather with the WVDHSEM Watch Center Public Al'fairs Office at: (304) 561- conditions, the need for shelters to report any changes. 6762 or email: and power outages, which are at The entire state is under a or WVDHSEM PIO: Lora a minimum ocross the state. No Wind Chill Warning. We urge D. Lipscomb, Public Information county or jurisdiction has unmet individuals to take appropriate Officer Office: (304) 558-5380 or at needs, actions to combat temperatures by Michael On Wednesday, February 27th, Turnrow Appalachian Farm Collective will host a community dinner at Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company (862 Industrial Park Rd A, Maxwelton, WV 24957). Start time is 6:30 p.m. This event will be a kickoff to the 2019 growing season and an opportunity to meet the farmers integral to our local food system. Attendees will enjoy chili (prepared with the freshest local ingredients, of course), beer by GVBC, and live music. Farmers from across the region will be in attendance as the dinner is also the kickoff event for a 3-day farmer training sponsored by Turnrow Appalachian Farm Collective. "It's V.F.W MEETING V.F.W Casey Jones Post 4500 meetings 3rd Monday 7:00 p.m. monthly at Veterans Museum 419 Ballengee St. Hinton. Veterans Needed. Call 304-250-4152 or 304-573- 3550 for more information. Montgomery, DO FAMILY PRACTICE Summers County ARH Hospital is excited to welcome Michael Montgomery, DO, to Summers County ARH Family Care Clinic. He attended the WV School of Osteopathic Medicine and did his residency in family medicine at United Hospital Center, Clarksburg, WV. He has worked in family practice over 15 years. Dr. Montgomery is a native of Summers County. 304.466.2501 A Summers County ARH Family Care Clinic Department of Summers County ARH Hospital 197 Pleasant Street Hinton, WV 25951 common to see community harvest dinners at the end of the growing season, but we thought it would be great to have an event to kick offthe beginning of the growing season this year. We hope people come out to meet their local growers," says Doug Koenig, Turnrow's operations director. Tickets for the community dinner are $10. For questions, contact Beth Ryan by calling 304-573-4242 or emailing Producers interested in more information about the free three-day farmer training on how to scale up production and grow farm business profitably can also contact Beth Ryan and the number or email above. 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.