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8 - Hinton News Tues. Jan. 24, 2012 JOHN HENRY DAYS 00o"o.eor0000a. Oo=00.eew., From meet Thurs. Feb. 16 at 7:00 p.m. at the Talcott Fire Dept. 6 i Everyone welcome, Page i; .. TAKING APPLICATIONS Graduates FIBER FRIENDS LIEAPAPPLICATIONS Appalachian South Folklife  Meeting Saturday, Jan 21, 1-3 p.m, First Presbyterian Church, 3rd: and Ballengee St. 3rd Street entrance, come knit, crochet, and spin. PASSING TIRU SANDSTONE Folks who missed the sellout shows of Passing Thru Sandstone at the historic Ritz Theater in Hinton have another chance on Sunday, January 29. Please pass this on to friends who might be interested! NAMED TO FALL 2011 DEAN'S LIST Summers County student Bryan Foley of Pipestem was among those named to the President's List at Fairmont State University after completing the fall 2011 semester. Foley is among students being recognized for academic distinction by earning a 3.4 or better grade point average. Dr. Christina Lavorata, Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, released the Dean's List. DEMOCRATIC MEETING The Summers County Democratic Executive Committee meets on Monday evening, January 30, 6:30 p.m., at the office of Mary Lou Haley, 238 Main Street in Avis. The meeting is open to the public. NAMED TO DEAN'S LIST Alexandra Anastasia Bengey has been named to the Dean's List at Kent State University Honors College in Kent Ohio, where she is a fashion design major. Alexandra has also been named to the National Society of Leadership, Golden Key International Honor Society and National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Alexandra is the daughter of Robert and Linda Bengey of Hilldale. ATTENTION Looking for people interested in volunteering for the return of ABPA powerboat racing to Bluestone Lake. An intbrmative meeting will be held in the Memorial Building, on Jan. 24, at 6 p.m. The Summers" County Office of Community Action'of South Eastern WV; will be accepting LIEAP (Low Income Energy Assistance Program) Applications, from. January 17 through January 27. To apply please bring verification of all household income, Social Security cards for all household members, your heating bill. If your heating provider is a utility company, please bring your most recent bill; if you heat with propane, kerosene, oil, bring a bill and/or receipt of payment; if you heat with wood or coal, bring a statement from a provider with their name address and phone number and include cost, and the amount that will be delivered for the cost stated. If you have any questions, please call (304) 466-5010. LIEAP APPLICATIONS Council on Aging will be taking applications for the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP). It will run a two week period starting Tuesday, January 17 through January 27. You will need to bring proof of income and heating bill. Outreach worker, Jeannie Halloran can make Home Visit if needed. Call 304-466-4019. FOOD PANTRY " Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry is running low on canned goods. Any donations would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your generosity. NEED FOOD ITEMS Loaves and Fishes is in need of non-perishable food items for our emergency food pantry. Afiy dDnations would be greatly appreciated. Please drop off during store hours. If you have any questions, contact Brent Fernandez at 466-2110. JUST ARRIVED Annual shipment of Fresh Pecans, Episcopal Church Women. 3all 466-3361, or stop by City lational Bank. %. New officers for the J,B./Nimitz Senior Citizens shown above left to right: Kaye Shephard, Secretary; Bill Kelly, president; Jack Lester, Vice President; Clista LesSer, Treasurer. J.B.fNimitz Senior Citizens Elect Officers The J. B.fNimitz Senior Citizens met January 6, at the Community Building and elected officers for 2012. President, Bill Kelly; Vice- President, Jack Lester; Secretary, Kaye Shephard; Treasurer, Clista Lester. Annual dues remain $10 per person. The business meetings are on the irst Friday of the month at 1:00 p.m. The gospel singings are on the. first Saturday and the Jam Sessions on the third Saturday at 6 p.m. These sessions alIow local Jumping Branch Elementary Second Quarter Honor Roll Zst Grade: Preston Ballengee, Ashley Cooper, Rachal Cox, Ethan Craighead, Cody Crook, Willie Duke Dodsoa, Paisley Harem, Devin Mansfield, Peyton Matheney, Liv Meador, Eli Meadows, Noah Norman, Wade Rutledge, Keegan Sykes, Miles Trner, Aidan Whittaker and Megan Wills. 2nd Grade: Elizabeth Bolar, Hannah Bridwe[l, Haley Deeds, Chloe Dunford, Emily Justice, Janessa Karim,Ashleigh Morgan McLaughlin, Marlee Meador, Abi Plumley, Grace Quesenberry, Brittany Richmond, Jordan Seigler, Samuel Whittaker, Jonah Zimmerman and Justin Zimmerman. 3rd Grade: Katie Angell, Ashten Basham, Megan Cooper, Jasmine Crowe, Harley Graham, DaNaylee Long, Daniel Mansfield, Emily Norman, Zoey Pritchard, Riley Richmond, Dalton Spade, Halle Ward, Emily Wills and Isaiah Wills. 4th Grade: Zachary Bowling, Heaven Cales, Dylan Hardy, Quinne Jimenez, Makaila Knight, Ashley Lilly, Dakota Mansfield, Trent Mender, Caleb ekes, Abi Poling, Dakota Seigler, Savannah Smith, Josh Ward, Autumn Whittaker and Clay Young. 5th Grade: Christian Adkins, Noah Adkins, Dylan Bragg, Samantha Cain, Leea Cox, David Harrah, Emily Harris, Jasmine Hollins, Hanna McCown-Cortez, Brittany Myers, "l'le r Seigler, Brady Smith, Kayla Stewart, Austin Taylor, Hunter Ward, William Whittaker, Zoe Williams and Shanon Wills. individuals or groups to perform at. random Hot dog, soups, desserts ',and drinks will be offered for sale. You don't have to be a member to attend or participate at the singings or Jam Sessions so join us for an evening of entertainment, food and fellowship. For more information call 304- 466-1568. HEALTH DEPARTMENT Mondays and Wednesdays are our nursing service days. Children's immunizations, flu shots, blood pressure screenings and all other services are done on these days. If you have any questions please feel free to call 304-466-3388. " If you are between the ages of 19 and 26, with or without insurance, and interested in receiving the Gardisil/HPV vaccine, please call the health department at 304-466- 3388. MISSING CLASSMATES The Hinton High School Class of 1967 is looking for the following missing classmates for next year's 45th class reunion: Please contact Donna Pivont at Hinton Floral Shop Center will be taking applications from elderly, disabled and or people with low incomes in Summers and Mercer Counties to help with their home repair and maintenance needs through our volunteer community service program. Volunteers with the help of their carpentry crew leader can perform many home repair and rehabilitation services including indoor painting, sheet rocking, exterior painting, siding repair, porch repair, yard work, spring cleaning, weatherization and other light carpentry projects. This service is free and we provide materials. Please note that while we attempt to help as many people as possible, some people who apply for this service may not receive it due to time or budget constraints. Jobs will be prioritized according to need and our volunteer's skill level. Contact the Director for application information at ASFC, P.O. Box 10. Pipestem, WV 25979 or call (304) 466-0626. You can also visit our website at www.folklifecenter.org to find out more information or download an application. SERVICES Services will be held each Sunday at Second Baptist Church, 212 James Street. Everyone Welcome. BEST KEPT SECRET IN W. VA. Hilldale Community Park, Rt. 3 East of Hinton. Bldg. w/kitchen facilities, bathrooms, inside and outside. 7 picnic tables, 4 under shelter. Huge field for children to play, including ball field away from vehicle t'raffic. Great for reunions, birthday parties, meetings, etc. Excellent Rates. Call 466-1451, 466-3441, 466-7110 or 660-7156 for details. SPECIAL EVENTS The Historic Graham House, Rt. (304-466-3282), if you have any 3, Lowell is available for reunions, information on any of these people, parties, meetings, weddings, Maiden names are us'ed for the receptions, etc. Indoor with large ladies, kitchen, dinning room, picnic tables Richard Caudell, Jerry Collins, & shelter outside, restrooms & Lola Ann Crawford, Linda Gaither, outdoor area for recreation. Beverly McGraw, Virginia Wills, For rates and availability call Anna Harvey and Carol Houchins 304-466-3321. Virginia, West Virginia ad North Carolina. He lives in FisherviIe, VA., with his wife Peggy, .'a-nd children Ian and Ava. He is yery active in the community and shes on the Advisory Board of Dri:ve Smart Virginia, a statewide drive', safety advocacy organization,=ad the Advisory Board :of Commonwealth Commission ;on Youth, which works with members of the General Assembly to stdy and provide recommendatio:ns addressing the needs of and seices provided to the Commonwealth's youth and families. He hlso volunteers as a youth basketball coach and serves as a Deacon at Wayne Hills Baptist Church. Upon graduation from Sorens0n Institute, Jan was asked to Serve On Sorensen's Augusta County Alumni Board of Directors. :  A graduate of Concord Univerky with a Bachelors in Business Administration, Jan is curredt!y pursuing his Master's in Busiffess Administration from LibeTrty University. He has also obtained his Associate in Claims (A!C) designated, from the Insurance Institute of America and h'as completed State Farm's Leadership Odyssey and Stepping Stones leadership development programs. Future plans include a run for tle Augusta County School Board add possibly state office. Jan recently said, "I believe most people are tired of our elected officials not having the courage to make tough decisions that are in the best interest of their constituents. Too many are worried about the next election cycle them doing the right thing. It doesn't matter if you have a "(D), (R) or an (I) next to your name, you're elected to do what's best for those you serve. I look forward to the opportunity to help our public schools in Augusta County and the Commonwealth of Virginia achieve success in the years to come. Our children are our most valuable resource, and we must ensure that they have every opportunity to obtain the education they need to achieve success in the world of tomorrow." \\; radio Featuring Today in Hinton with Gayle Rancer M-F 9 AM and repeated at 7 PM www.radioAM1380.com Facebook.com/radioAM 1380 Call 304-466-1380 to advertise! Coming soon to the Ritz Theatre! - War Horse Feb 3,4 & 5 - We Bought a Zoo Feb 10, 11 & 12 L His ST COURTHOUSE SQUARE I:4OUSE INN ON COURTHOUSE SQUARE ",4 superb blend of historic charm with quality accommodations." Reservations highly recommended! Understated Small Town Elegance Private Suites & 5-Stars TripAdvisor.com @@@ Meeting Areas Overnight & Extended Stay Coming Soon! The Guest House Courtyard, Veranda & Magnolia Room. for parties, receptions, meetings and special events www.GuestHouseWV.com Facebook.com/GuestHouseWV Call 304-466-8100 for reservations! THE MARKET HINTON WEST V] RG] NI A lhe I00itz lheatre Cinema & Performing Arts IPlayin This )eekend! 30% Off Select Gifts & Gift Baskets! Gourmet Sandwiches Roundhouse Pizzas Pastry & Gelato Coffee & Tea Vino & Brew Announcing Spaghetti Sundays After Church & Before the Show =. American Express - Mastercard - Visa - Discover Eat! Shop! Enjoy! 11iliN'iii! Sunday & Monday 11 AM to 4 PM Tuesday through Saturday 11 AM to 7 PM Open Every Day at the Corner of 2nd Avenue & Ballengee in the Hinton Historic District 304-466-6626 Playing January 27, 28 & 29 4 PM Sat-Sun $4! 7 PM Fri-Sat Only $5 Senior & Student $6 Adult ,EIII; ;;;]3iBttit[ l i ;,;]111 lilli| iil:illillli JitlllliilJi]lllJll lliiil 1)11111il lll)  l; 1,  1[ ;iL]ir il l LIIllllllill/llllllllllll/]l lllll *-: