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8 - Hinton News Tues. Feb. 19, 2019 ommu SPRING FLEA MARKET Second Saturday's will be hosting their 3rd Annual Spring Flea Market on March 2, 2019, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m at the Historic Frieght Depot, in downtown Hinton. Everyone is welcome to come out and join us. Admission is $1 donation to the Summers County Humane Society. In addition to the many vendors, the Summers County High School Cherrleaders will be selling baked goods and cold drinks. We hope to see you there! Free Bridge Lessons Free bridge lessons will be offered at the Hinton Senior Center beginning Friday, February 22, beginning at 10 a.m. with lunch available for a nominal cost at 11:30. Classes will be on Fridays lasting for five weeks. You will learn the basics of bidding and playing the cards. Class is limited to 8 students on a first come basis. Please call 304-466-4260 or 466- 2190 for more information. DAY CAMP The Light of the World Day Camp will be held this year on June 17 thru 21 and June 24 thru 28. 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. Summers County Writers Group Meetings The Summers County Writers Group has been meeting for a year and is still going strong. We have a kind, generous group of writers who enjoy tackling the writing prompts, ' sharing our pieces, and generally improving our craft. We also have a group on Facebook with updates on meetings and writing prompts. The meetings for the next three months have been planned. If you want to improve your skills or just want to read some new stories, please feel free to join us. Other meetings are as follows: February 21 - "the teddy bear who protects children from monsters" March 7 - "I love you but" March 21 - "write about a childhood experience but put it in a different time period" BOOK : The Newly released book on the Historic Hilltop Cemetery Book is now available at the Hinton Railroad Museum, or 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 Cemetery, 146 Cross Street, Hinton, WV 25951. Summers County Democratic Executive Committee The Summers County Democratic Executive Committee will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, February 25, at 6:00 at the Chamber of Commerce Log Cabin in Avis (238 Main St Hinton) the meeting is open to the public PIPESTEM RURITAN CLUB The Pipostem Ruritan Club meets every fourth Saturday at 6:00 p.m. We have a covered dish dinner and social hour before the meeting. We would like to invite anyone interested in learning about the service club to come and join us for fun and fellowship. For more info please call Janet Lilly at 466-4353. THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATION DISTRICT The Souther Conservation District will be holding a Free Forestry Workshop February 23, 2019 at the Southern Conservation District building located at 463 Ragland, Rd Beckley at 1:00 p.m. Portable sawmimll Demonstration. 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. 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 Jeanne Duval1304-466-3358 or Cleo Mathews 304-466-1515. Workwear DUllt tO stand the Work Pants: The (NAPS)--Just as technology has had a major effect on the kind of work peo- ple do, it has also changed the clothes in which they do that work. For example, with hard work in mind, a new collection of pants has been created by Carhartt with a unique blend of durability and functionality. "Our company has been around for nearly 130 years, and throughout our history, we've continued to improve our prodf.i~t offerings to fit the ii&ds of our hardworking consumers" says Deb Fer- rare, vice president of product develop- ment at Carhartt. "This new collection of pants reinforces our commitment to setting a new standard for workwear." Carhartt's Steel Multi-Pocket pant, Steel Double-Front pant, and Steel Cargo pant feature the brand's Full Swing" technology and a fabric blend of cotton, nylon and spandex. First intro- duced in 2015, Full Swing" uses stretch panels to provide ease of movement in the joints, improving hardworking con- sumers' range of motion where they need it most--both on and offthe job. Additionally, each of the new pant styles is equipped with knee pad open- ings designed to fit the company's most recent innovation in knee protection. The Carhartt knee pad features a strap- less, honeycomb design that maxi- mizes durability and comfort, provid- LIFE LINE SCREENING Life Line Screening, a leading provider of community-based preventive health screenings will be in our community on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 at First Presbyterian Church. Ultrasound screenings to Identify risk factors for Cardiovascular disease include; Carotid Artery (plaque buildup-a leading cause of stroke), Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (an enlargement or weak area in the main blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the rest of the body), Peripheral Arterial Disease (hardening of the arteries in the legs), a Heart Rhythm Screening (an EKG to detect Atrial Fibrillation-irregular heartbeat) and an Osteoporosis Risk Assessment for men and women. Being proactive about your health by knowing your risks helps you and your doctor address problems early. Register online TODAY at www.lifelinescreening.com/ communitycircle and receive your "Community Circle" discount and your Preferred AoDointment! RESUME READY! Learn basic resume writing skills, how to write a targeted resume, how to restructure your resume, what employers look for and how to write a cover letter. Stop by the Summers County Public Library and pick up a Resume worksheet. Complete the worksheet, and come to the 3rd floor of the library where Jared and Missy can assist you in getting "Resume Ready!" Already have a resume but need to update it and/or would like a paper copy in digital form? Come to the 3rd floor of the library. Monday - Friday 9:00 - 4:00. Call the Summers County Public Library for 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. test Of time Next Generation New styles of work pants improve wearers' range of motion where they need it most. ing an easy-to-wear solution for impact protection. The launch of these new work pants coincides with a celebration of Car- hartt's oldest work pants. The classic Firm Duck Double-Front Work Dunga- ree was first introduced to the compa- ny's product line in 1939, and it is now the focal point of the brand's latest cam- paign celebrating its sewing, cutting and distribution associates. The video high- lights the product details while unveil- ing the craftsmanship behind every pair of the B01 Firm Duck Double-Front Work Dungarees. To learn more about Carhartt's latest pants and knee pads, visit www. Carhartt.com. To watch the brand's latest video, "61 Workers~ One Mission" visit the Carhartt channel on YouTube. The Capitol Report Delegate Jeff Campbell February 18, 2019 another situation like it did for Jeff in November 2020. How many hunters Jones. would rather start deer camp a couple PROTECTING OUR FIRST days earlier? This would allow two extra RESPONDERS - With the escalating days to deer hunt, allow those who work drug problem in our state, we must during the week the chance to get out in protect our police officers and medical the woods on the first day, provide an personnel who are at-risk when economic impact to our state and small dealing with those who are users. Last businesses that see an increase during October, former Boone County Sheriff deer season, and help our Veterans, DNR We are into the second half of the and current Delegate Rodney Miller Police, and State Parks. first session of the 84th West Virginia and I hosted a gathering of local law CAPITOL VISITORS - Last Monday, I Legislature. Here are some of the enforcement officials from Greenbrier met with Don Dransfield and Jim Gore happenings around the capitol over the County. One of the concerns led to a from the Monroe County Farm Bureau, last week bill I introduced last week, HB 3037, along with Monroe County Commission DISABLED DRIVERS - Last relating to criminal procedure. President Bill Miller and Lewisburg's Tom summer, Jeff Jones of Alders0n was This bill requires anyone who is Crickenberger with WestRock. On pulled over in a West Virginia county arrested or subject to a body search Tuesday, Greenbrier County teachers Jim for a faulty break light. Jeff was by police and/or medical personnel to AIIder, Sandy Beale, Bob Browning, Greg administered a breathalyzerand blew disclose if the individual has any Morgan, Nancy Sark and April Vincent a 0.0. He then failed a field sobriety hypodermic needles or anything else visited to discuss issues facing Education test. Jeff was arrested for driving while in their possession that could puncture in our state. Barbara-Sanders of WVSOM impaired and given a .blood test to the skin of the police and/or medical was at the capitol. Eastern Greenbrier check for illegal substances, personnel. Ifa police officer or medical Middle School student Jason Ream The arresting officer did not know personnel is stuck with a needle, that served as a legislative page. A.V. "Andy" that Jeff has suffered from life-long individual shall be charged with a Gallagher introduced himself to me disabilities and challenges. This .felony, punishable b.y 1 -10 years in Tuesday. He is a member of the last brought out a groundswell of public prison and fined up to $50,000. graduating class of White Sulphur High support for the popular employee of It's time to put teeth into this offense School. We had a great conversation Kroger in Faidea. I went to the Attorney and protect those who protect us. about our mutual acquaintances and the Generars office at the State Capitol on DEER SEASON - For years, I've hometown where we both grew up. On the morning of last August's Supreme always wondered why buck deer Thursday, EGMS teacher Ty Braenovich Court impeachment session and hunting rifle season starts on the brought students to Charleston to asked for an investigation into this Monday before Thanksgiving. Why is participate in the Youth In Government arrest. One of the reasons I made this Monday the magic day? In a break program - Cedric AIIder, Sydnie Booze, request is Jeff was told it may take five from tradition with a look toward the Bailey Caraway, Ella Colombo, Kylie or six months to get the blood test future, I introduced HB 3059 last Criddle, Josi Ervin, Lawson Hamilton, results back. This was unacceptable. Tuesday. Lauren Rodgers, Cole Snyder, Delanie A couple weeks later, he was called in This legislation would start the buck V0iles, Jackson Williams, and All Wills, for a deer rifle season two days eadier, on along with chaperones Jim AIIder and hearing where the charges were the Saturday prior to Mondayit begins Townley Hamilton. Carnegie Hall Was dropped because the blood test was now. For the opportunity to start deer represented by Molly Arbogast, Sara clean. This didn't have to happen, hunting two days earlier, a $20 Crickenberger, and Phillip McLaughlin. Last week, I introduced HB 2970 - resident/S30 non-resident stamp Proudly serving my hometown 42nd The Jeff Jones Act- a bill that will make purchase is required on the person's District counties of Greenbrier, Monroe a special drivers license and license hunting license. Twenty percent each and Summers! Delegate Jeff Campbell plate for those people who have earmarked to these five categories - Room 6-R, Building 1 physical disabilities so that a law Wildlife, Department of Natural State Capitol Complex enforcement officer will be aware of Resources Law Enforcement, Chadeston, WV25305 medical issues, without automatically Departmenf of Natural Resources Phone - 304-340-3131 assuming the driver is under the Retirement System, West Virginia jeff.campbell @wvhouse.gov influence of drug3 and/or alcohol. This Veterans programs, and West Virginia bill protects both parties and can avoid StAte Parks. This would be effective BARNS OF SUMMERS COUNTY - west vkginia Heritage An extract from the book for your enjoyment By Phyllis Campbell Whitley CLOVERDALE FARM IN MANDEVILLE COMMUNITY Dr. Michael T. Webb and his wife, Meadows. Dr. Norma Mullins purchased land Built with stalls and manger in the Mandeville community that on either side with a middle space encompassed more than one farm for multipurpose use. Apples from and established their farm and the orchard were stored here while retained the name of "Cloverleaf waiting to be sold. Farm" given one of the farms by The barn was home for the previous owners, J. R. "Jake" and cattle, horses and young calves Idella (Clowers) Keatley. born there. Hay was stored in the Mrs. Evelyn (Keatley) Helm, loft and there were open holes in daughter of Jake and Idella, offered the loft where hay could ~e dropped to provide history of her parent's down into the manger. farm that they established in 1924. There was electricity to the barn There are three barns in thisto provide light in the morning, as part of the Cloverleaf Farm. The Jake was always up early to feed other two are described in the book the animals. and will be profiled in future issues During World War II many men of this newspaper, were drafted and farm help was Mrs. Helm said, "This barn, in short supply. Jake solved this located near the house, was built problem by replacing the horse gambrel style of oak lumber, with a tractor. sawmill run from trees on theHe always said his daughter, farm. Marie, was the best tractor driver The barn was built in 1935 and he had. To preserve the barn wood the peoplewhohelpedJake Keatley flake always kept it painted red build it were Grover Thomas, :with white trim on the windows. Clarence Hall, Ad Canterbury, ~: The metal roof was always kept Harvey Raines, and Charlie painted and in good repair. A cattle Give The Gift Of Delicious Coffee (NAPS)--Have you ever wondered what to buy a friend lbr the holidays and wished you could get them something that they would enjoy every day? Every- one has at least one friend who simply cannot live without their coffee. If that friend uses a pod brewing system, they are choosing convenience and speed but sacrificing flavor and value When they buy coffee pods, they are paying about $40 per pound of coffee. A drip coffee maker brews somewhat better-tasting coffee but people probably waste half the coffee that they brew. "lhat is like dou- bling what you pay per pound of coffee. It's possible to brew caf~-quality coffee at home without spending hundreds of dollars on a machine or wasting half the coffee you brewed. Better Taste, Less Waste "Ihere are some great inexpensive devices for brewing a wonderful single cup of coffee. Manual brewers, many say, brew the best cup of coffee you can make at home. With these brewers you can use your favorite freshly roasted local coffee, and furthermore, you don't waste any. You brew only the number of cups you want. With a brewer like the AeroPress coffee maker you can brew a rich, delicious cup of coffee with no bit- terness in just a minute or two. 7he pro- cess is simple, clean up is fast and easy, and the grounds including the filter are compostable. Every ounce of coffee you buy ends up in a cup you drink, so none of your money goes down the drain. It's possible to brew caf&quality cof- fee at home without spending hundreds of dollars on a machine or wasting half the coffee you brewed Give the gift of a manual brewing device to help your friends brew one or two cups at a time using freshly roasted coffee, and they'll thank you tbr helping them get the most out of every bag of coffee they buy. To learn more, visit aeropressinc.com. TOPS TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is a very affordable, nonprofit, weight loss support group. Meetings are held at the Miller 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. ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS Mini Miracles Child Care is now accepting child care applications for 2 year old children and older. Only one spot available, Call today!!! 304- 466-KIDS Like us on Facebook! barn this size represented a sizable investment and my father took great pride in this building." Two additional barns owned by Doctors Webb and Mullins are in the book with additional information from Mrs. Helm. Mrs. Whitley is a lifetime member of the Summers County Historical,Society. The book can be purchased at the Summers County Public Library or by order at barnsofsummerscounty. com. Mrs. Whitley's latest book is entitled "Photographer on Horseback - John C. Wikel". It details life of a photographer who lived along Little Wolf Creek in the early 1900s. It can be purchased from members of the Summers County Historical Society or by order at photographeronhorseback.com. Sale of the Barn book benefits the Library and sale of the Wikel book benefits the Summers County Historical Society. The Florida Keys Deliver Experiences Unlike Anywhere Else (NAPS)--'Ihe most significant world- wide travel trend today is individuals' desire fi)r experiential travel. Gone is the era of ticking destina- tions off a "bucket list"; today's traveler seeks personally translbrmative encoun- ters with people and places that bring deeper meaning and lifelong memories to a vacation. "1 he Florida Keys & Key West abound in unique experiences that can be found "Only in the Keys" throughout the 125-mile-long island chain. On a drive down the famed Overseas Highway from Key Largo to Key West you'll enjoy the distinctive character of individual islands. In Key l.argo, take a 90-minute canal cruise on the African Queen, the orig- inal vessel from the 1951 film starring Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hep- burn. A registered national historic site, the boat looks much as it did on the sil- ver screen. Fur a "hook and cook" experience in lslamorada, book a charter in the Sport- fishing Capital of the World for exhil- arating off'shore, reef or backcountry fishing--then take your catch to a local restaurant to be prepared according to a signature local recipe. Encounter rescued sea turtles during a behind-the-scenes tour of the planet's first licensed veterinary hos- pital for turtles. Located in Marathon, "[he Turtle Hospital rescues and reha- bilitates sick and injured turtles and, whenever possible, releases them back into the ocean. West of Marathon, you'll drive across the landmark Seven Mile Bridge, one of the world's longest segmental bridges Credit: ~ ~te, flor~ I(~ News Ikatau The Turtle Hospital staff,releases a rehabilitated loggerhead sea turtle. in Marathon in the Florida Keys. and the centerpiece of the iconic Florida Keys Overseas Highway. Discover tiny Key deer on Big Pine Key. Endangered Key deer live only in the Lower Keys and can be spotted graz- ing during early morning and at dusk. "lhe 9,000-acre National Key Deer Ref- uge was established in 1957 to protect the diminutive deer and other indige- nous wildlife. In Key West, explore history with former President Harry Truman and author Ernest Hemingway. "lhe Harry S. Truman Little White House Museum is Florida's only presidential museum qhe Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum is where the writer lived and wrote masterpieces in the 1930s. Be sure to pet a descendant of Heming- way's six-toed cat. Finally, take a selfie just 90 miles from Cuba at Key West's red, black and yellow Southernmost Point marker that denotes the southernmost land mass in the continental United States. For more information about the Florida Keys & Key West, visit fla-keys. com. i,== ===a====== ===l=.