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8 - Hinton News Tues. Feb. 21, 2012 " Poi dancers create stunning patterns of color and light on the Lewis Theatre stage. Trillium 2011 Champions: Shown left to right, Dan Noel, Thirl Adkins, Shane McMeekin, Geof Tuckerman. Performing A Scene from the 2011 Dickie Noel Golf Classic Held. Tools For Rent! Dickie N00)el Golf Classic Held Come to the Lewis Theatre on Friday, February 24 at 7 p.m. for another amazing Friday Night Alive! The Friday Night Alive! series is a family-fun event presented by Trillium Performing Arts that showcases diverse performance talent in the community in one fast- paced hour of creativity. This February show will be fantastic fusion of dancers of all ages and backgrounds, from the Trillium School's 7- and 8-year-old modern dance class with Carli Mareneck, to a mesmerizing glow poi performance featuring students of fire dancer Cari Cohen. Kelsea Hower and Amaya Evans, two remarkable and . talented Trillium teen students will each take to the stage with solo dances. Tribal Dreams, a student belly dance troupe under the direction of Kali of Tribal Desires of Charleston, VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE Voter Registration Deadline for the Tuesday, May 8, Primary Election will be Tuesday, April 17. All address changes, party changes and new voter registration must bc made by that date to be eligible to Whe23rd'annualDicNpel91f, ' ............. " .... vote: in rthe Election The County tuonL,ltay&.lVn,r.uneral,ervau ...-, .,  , : : ....... ., Classic was lald it Wiil'o Wdod' r'op's of nqnton, Kirk's 'Wa-ney3 ,&. tlerks ume i'n'theCourth6lsewii]' be open Monday Friday 8 30 a m to Country Club in June, 2011. The Cathy Rice), miverwash Car Wash, ..... " : winning team was Dan Noel, Geof (Shane McMeekin), Rogers Oil, 4:30 p.m. or you may call 304-466- QUALITY TAX SERVICE 313-315 Third Me, Hinton, WV (Big Four Drug Store Building) Phone: (304) 466-8057 Sat. 9 to 5 & Sun. 1to 5 NO appointment necessary Weekday Evenings- by appointment Tuckerman, Thirl Adkins and Shane McMeekin. Many Gifts and prizes were awarded at the dinner that followed the tournament. The tournament began in 1989 in memory of Dickie Noel, and 1982 graduate of Hinton High School. Proceeds from the tournament go into the Dickie Noel Memorial Scholarship fund at First Century Bank. The Scholarship provides financial aid to Summers County High School seniors wishing to further their education. Over $84,000 have been awarded to the scholarship recipients the past 23 years. Kelsie Lively, Russell Scott and Nick Bennett are the 2011 recipients of the scholarship. As with all successful fundraisers, it takes many buisnesses and many hands to make it work. We are very thankful to the following for their 'support of the tournament: Greg Vandall, Keith Hughes, Jackie Scott, Kristi Scott, Tucker Ford, Tara Jones, Christy Farley, Scott Stennett, Mandy Tyler, Jamie Clark, Willow Wood, Hinton Elks, Mark & Debi Basham, David Mann, Richard Crisp, Ed Yates, Jim Clark, Kelly Maddy, Tina Westfall Allen, all of the players and our sponsors for this year's tournament: Nationwide Insurance (Ann Gore), Big Four Drug Store, E. Kent Hellems, Attorney at Law, Gore's Autobody, Inc., Hinton Floral, Jack and Judy Holt, Jarrell's Exxon, (Joe & Jerry Kessler), J. L. Massie Insurance, James C. Miller, DDS, Jordan's Repping (Pat & Beverly Jordan), Kenna Fox, DDS, Mann and Mann, Attorneys at Law, Mutual qfOmaha HEALTH SCREENING Women's Health Screening s available. Attention: Women ages 25-64. If you are uninsured or underinsured you may be eligible for pap smear and mammogram (age restrictions for mammograms do apply) through the WV Breast and Cervical Screening Program. These tests could save your life. Call the Summers County Health Department for more information and appointment. Regardless of how you feel inside, always try to look like a winner. Even if you are behind, a sustained look of control and confidence can give you a men- tad edgethat results in victory. --Arthur Ashe Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlor, Southern Sanitation, State Farm (Regina Eckle), Summers County ARH, Twin State Corp., Tony's Barber Shop (Tony Williams), Three' Rivers Edge (Jim & Carolyn Reed), United Bank (D.F. Mock), Building and Utility Systems  (Bill Whittaker), Jim and Donna Dillon, Cole Nurseries (Norm and Missy Cole), Kroger of Hinton, Pizza Hut, PC Bait & Tackle, Safe & Sound Security Systems, Twin Falls State Park (Brian Wetzel), Erie Insurance (Paige Gwinn), Roadway Worker Training (Jim & Lee Cashwell), Jim McNeer, Roman & Mike Bennett, 7104 to receive voter registration application by mail. WELLNESS WORKS In January, Catholic Charities WV, Loaves and Fishes (with help from the WalTMart Foundation) kicked off the transformation of its food pantry to Wellness Works. Wellness Works provides information, encouragement, and rmtritional food items for specific health conditions to our neighbors ih need. This month our pantry is in need of food items like tuna packed in water, low sodium soup, canned fruit in juice or light syrup, and whole grain pasta. Mike Hamrick, Pat Shires, Hank & ..... ........ , ....  - Your donation is distributed to duay hanger, aalum J:rame tdonn . .. :, . . . '- " ......... E mmwuats with heart disease, 'Martinez), rne tanme nop,:v.. .. ........... ........ ..  , ;  . olaoe1:es, nlgn ChOlesterol, nigh 1,111y, I%1 l1arlacnl mesauran, teoi 'o " " - " " "" - -- - .  DI oG pressure,ec. or lnlormalon Tuckerman, Dot Wesmore!ana, .............. EmilyReed, WVSouthern Regional on we,mess works, vmuneer Highway Safety Program (Paul opportunities, etc. contact EarlDodd Blume). or Bridget Dignan at 304-466-2110. The 24th annual golf classic will be held on Saturday, June 2. You are invited to join us as a player, volunteer or just stop by and visit. Check out our website at www.dickienoelclassic.com or on twitter @dickienoelgolf. Thank you again, Ruth Noel, Jim, Ann, Robin, Danny and Barbara You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty. --Mahatma Gandhi Jarrell's Exxon "Your Full-Service Service Station" 466-0133 OP E N 24/7 For Pay At the Pump Gas & Diesel Fuel ALL TIRES." SPECIAL: FRONT PADS ONLY FREE MOUNT LIFE TIME WARRANTY FREE BAI.JINCE WEAREVER GOLD $69.95 FREE TIRE V,4LVE WAGNER $79.95 COMPUTER 5CAN Head Mechanic Tim Ward Mechanics: Johnny Reel , We're drivers too. will also be joining us to pertbrm an intoxicating mix of tribal fusion belly dance and folkloric belly dance. Friday Night Alive! will light up 'with the sweet and soulful sounds of the Greenb'rier East Jazz Band, in addition to the acoustic melodies of Blair Hicks. On February 24, the Lewis Theatre is the place to start your Friday night with friendly folks, fresh popcorn and a fulfilling array of talent. Admission to Friday Night Alive! is $6 for adults, $3 for full- time students and AmeriCorps. Kids under 7 attend for free. The next Trillium event is Gather the Village and Dance' a full concert, March 16- 18. Any questions? Call Trillium at (304) 645-3003 for more information or visit www.trilliumperformingarts. org Just/Ask. RENTAL START RIGHT. START IE F ....... CALL: 304-445-2920 : ' www.Truevalue.com/homecenter Talcott Character of the Month January 2012 (Trustworthiness): Shown left to right, front row: Bruce Richmond-Yancey, Aidan . Meadows, Emilee Smith and Matthew Lowry. Back row: Hannah:: Adkins, Tyler Plumley, Kacey Hicks, Jessica Moore and Tanner. ',I Gill. i A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will "' annoy enough people to make it worth the effort. -, --Herm Albright " Benny Dickenson For Assessor Equal & Fair Taxes 5 years experience 00tte /l/linz00t0000 :00lace 209 2rid Avenue, Hinton, WV 25951 Presents The Righteous Blend Coffee House Guest Musicians: Randy Goodson Gospel Band River of Life Church, Alderson, WV. Fri., Feb. 24 7:00 p.m. Free Admission / Free Snacks / Good Fellowship It's Happening At The Ministry Place 304-466-8200 I I Fitness .ter, :" / :: 3!01 S'bmmeig 'street, Hinton Monday- Friday 5 am - 9 pm Saturdays 7 am-5 pm Various fitness classes offered throughout the year. Packages are based on the individual monthly rate of $25.00 per month or a family rate of $55.00. Packages discounts apply Please call 304-309-4181 For more information or look us up on Facebook Immunization saves lives and protects our children. When young children are about to enter kindergarten for the first time, parents have to make sure that their child's shots are current. Beginning with the 2012-20i3 school year, older students entering 7th grade and 12th grade will have shot requirements that must be met before the start of the school year. Children that are current with their adolescent shots may have already met the new requirements, however many have not. This informational sheet explains wht shots are needed and explains the importance ef getting your child's shot record reviewed before the beginning of the 2012-2013 school year. ?i S i:!:i:i:i:i:i:i:i::i:i:i: i:i:i:i :i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i?i:i: i:i:i:i :i:! :!:i: i:i :i:i: i: i: i:!:i:i?!:!: !:i:! :i :i :i:i: !: i: !:i :! :??il * 7th Graders must show proof of a booster dose of Tdap vaccine which protects against tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough) and a dose of MCV4 (meningitis) vaccine. 12th Graders also must show proof of a single dose of Tdap,  a booster dose of MCV4 i_f the first dose of MCV4 was given before the child's 16th birthday. If the first dose was given after the 16th birthday; then a booster dose is not required. The immunization schedule can be difficult for parents to understand, which is why an immunization/well child check-up is so important. Take your child to their doctor for a routine adolescent check-up to determine if your child's shots are current and meet the 2012-2013 school entry requirements. Children who are found to be missing shuts can receive them during that visit. Children without a family doctor may visit the local health department, school-based health center or community health center for an immunization check-up. Children without insurance or those with insurance that doesn't cover the cost of the immunization may participate in the Vaccines for Children program that provides free vaccineto children age 18 and under without any out-of-pocket expense to the parent. Children enrolled with Medicaid or WVCHIP also re'ceive state-supplied vaccines at no cost to the parent.  ,: ,, ,- WcstVirginia  _ 00fl00ll00il00,ItlON Public Health "'':;" Depallment of Health and Hurnn Resources