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10 - Hinton News Tues. Feb. 28, 2012 From Page 3 lmU,Lt, t[ l t L. 0 4 tg Obituries five great meces and one great nephew. l Funeral services were held at 1:00 ---- P.M. Friday, February 24, 2012 at NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION Neighborhood Association of Ballengee monthly meeting, Saturday, March 3, at 10:00 a.m. at McKenzie's Farm. Membership includes whose households are s i tuated and described as follows: All whose access driveways connect directly to Ballengee Road, beginning at Bacon's Mountain Road, but including those living along Elkins Lane and Plantation Road and ending 4/10 of a mile on Ballengee Road, past Davis's Store and Ending immediately past Hallie Sims's Road. Those who access road connects to Wayside Road, beginning with its junction with Ballengee Road and ending at its junction with Big Stoney Creek Road and including Rebel Hill Road and Red Sulphur '/'nrnpike Road, and those whose access is on Stoney Creek Road. GOSPEL SING The Jumping Branch/Nimitz Senior Citizens will feature Mike Cochran and "The Redeemed" from Beckley ac their Gospel Sing at the Community Building Saturday, March 3, at 6:00 p.m. Please bring a covered dish and join us. We are located on Rt. 3 behind the Jumping Branch School. NEW RIVER PARKWAY The monthly meeting of the New River Parkway Authority will be held at the Concord University Rahall Technology Center, Athens, on Monday, March 5, at 7:00 p.m. COMMISSION MEETING The Summers County Commission will meet at 9:00 a.m. in the County Commission Office at the Courthouse on the first and third Mondays of the month. In the event that a holiday falls on a Monday, the County Commission meeting will be moved to the following Tuesday. The next session of the County Commission will be held on Monday, March 5 and Monday. March 19. Contact Mary Beth Merritt, County Clerk at 466-7121 if you have questions or if you have items for the agenda. LOOKING FOR HHS CLASS OF "77" We need current addresses for the: following people, if you have any information please contact Denise Bennett 304-466-0677 or Robin Giles 304-731-3602. Sandra K Adkins, Myra Allen, Darlene Gross Bennett, Gayla Bowles, Kathy Bragg, Mike L. Buckland, Denzil Cadle, Michael Rae Cales, Jayme Hutchison Davis, Jess Dawson, Patty Deed, Douglas Franklin, Regina Howell Hill, Jerry Lilly, Kaleb Lively, Barbara Maddy, Cheryl Markland, James Martin, Sally McCormick, Andrew McMurry, Daniel McReynolds, Dale Mills, Patrick Noble, Tonnny Pettry, John Richmond, Rebecca Romanello, Susan Saunders, Donna Breen Sparks, Clyde Steers, Terry Tallman, Anthony Jay Taylor, Jeri Martin Thomas, Ruby Meadows Wade, Doris Ward, Mary Lauretta Ward, Thomas Ward, Loretta Darlene Wills, Robert Wills, Sherry Gill Wills. HISTORICAL SOCIETY The Sunnners County Historical Society will meet Thursday, March 13, in the Summers County Library at 3:00 p.m. Guest speaker will be Mary Beth Merritt, clerk of the Summers County Court. The public is invited to attend. GENEALOGY: GETTING STARTED Genealogy: Getting Started will be held on Saturday, March 3 at 10 a.m. at the Summers County Public Library, 201 "rumple Street, Hinton. Bring in some family death or birth records and learn how to get started on your family genealogy quest. Researching genealogy can be overwhehning. It doesn't have to be! Fred Ziegler, local historian, will be in the library to teach us how to get started! SHAWNEE PARKWAY The Bimonthly meeting of th( Shawnee Parkway Authority will be held 7:00 p.m. March 1, at the Shawnee Parkway Authority office, 2654 Ritter Dr., Shady Springs. the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors Chapel with Elder Tommy Pack and Pastor Wayne Bolen officiating. Burial followed in the Lilly Crews Cemetery at Nimitz. Friends called at the funeral parlors from 6:00-8:00 P.M. Thursday, February 23. . Friends and family served as pallbearers. Arrangements were by the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors of Hinton. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.ronaldmeadowsfp. cam READ ALOUD Read Aloud West Virginia, Sum|ners County Read Aloud needs volunteers. A weekly visit from YOU... Can make a lifetime difference to a child. Real Aloud volunteers... Share favorite books Motivate children to WANT to read. Serve as role models and become fi-iends. Orientati(n sessions for Volunteer Readers will be held at the Workibrce WV, 301 Summers Street, in Hinton, on March 7 at z:oon. Lunch provided. If you have questions or need more details, contact: Gall Keyes or Lynda Lancaster at 304-466-2226. RETIRED RAILROADEIS MEETING National Association of Retired Veteran Raih'oad Employees Unit 100 will meet at 1:00 RM. Tuesday, March 6th at Summers County Senior Center, lower level, 110 Second Avenue Hinton. For Information call (304) 466 1402. CANCER SOCIETY MEETING There will be a meeting Feb 28, at 6:00 p.m. at the Hinton Kroger Store break room. This meeting is being held to l)lan events in Summers County, tbr the American Cancer Society for 2012. Everyone interested in helping find a cure tbr cancer, celebrating cancer survivors and remembering those that lost the battle, are encouraged to attend. Melanie Meachum, community manager, from the Bluefield office for The American Cancer Society will be present for this meeting. If you would like more information, call Johnny Jones at 304-309-4039 before 7:00 p.m. ....... iii ................ ,:! ..... . i! : {i::i!iiiiii!i!::i:ii.i!i!!:i:i!i!ii!!!iiii;::z,+ ....... .:::. " Jumping Branch Elementary Students of the Month January 2012: Shown (front row left to right): Dew Mansfield, Prekindergarten; Sydeney Farrish, Kindergarten; Cody Cook, 1st grade; Jordan Seigler, 2nd grade. (Back row left to right): Megan Cooper, 3rd grade; Heaven Cales, 4th grade; Hanna McCown-Cortez, 5th grade. . ::::ili@ Victor Garcia, left and Pastor Joe Spencer. Receives Certificates The Friendship Baptist Church gives out certificates to those members who have completed reading through the Bible this past year. Receiving certificates were: Victor Garcia, Beck3' Spencer, Eloise Furrow, Irene Hunq)herys, Leota Spade, Bill3' Thomas and Danny Meadows. As you can see fl'om the picture we awarded our Pastor Joe Spencer with one too. We encourage you reading this to read 3'our Bible, you will receive a real BLESSING. VOTER REGISTRATION : : DEADLINE " Voter Registration Deadline far the Tuesday, May 8, Primar Election will be Tuesday, April t7. All address changes, party changC.s and new voter registration must:b:e made by that date to be eligible: vote in the Election. The County Clerk's Office in the Courthouse i1 be open Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m:to 4:30 p.m. or you may call 304-46g- 7104 to receive voter regdstration application by mail. WELLNESS WORKS In January, Catholic Charities WV, Loaves and Fishes (with help from the Wal-Mart Foundation) kicked off the transformation of its food pantry to Wellness Workg. Wellness Works provide information, encouragement, and nutritional food items for specific health conditions to our neighborg in need. This month our pantry is in need of food items like tanfi packed in water, low sodium SOULS, canned fruit in juice or light syrup, and whole grain pasta. Your donation is distributed to individuals with heart disease; diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure,etc. For intbrmation on Wellness Works, volunte-e" opportunities, etc. contact Earl Dodd or Bridget Dignan at 304-466-21I HEALTH DEPARTMENT FEBRUARY SCIIEDULE February 28 - \\;\'olnelfs ClieiC: Apl)ointment needed. If you hav( any questions call 304-466-3388. " Mondays and Wednesdays ai'c our nursing service days 8-4 p.iYt} Closed 12-I. If you have any questions please call o," stop by tho health department. -2 I regard golf as an expenslv4e-- way of playing marbles. -. --G.K. Chesterion2 From Page 8 :: Rahall Votes :! balanced path, but that does n .oyt: justit) giving this President - or aw2: President, Democrat or Republic such sweeping power. The- Supreme Court invalidated the la 2 line-item veto bill 15 years ago. Ths- measure deserves a similar fate2': said Rahall. : - The bill passed the House by vote of 238 to 175 and now moves to the Senate for consideration. 1 Listen online or on your radio! Featuring Today in Hinton with Gayle Ranter M-F 9 AM and repeated at 7 PM 1380 Call 304-465-1380 to advertise! Coming soon to the Ritz Theatre! - Journey 2: The Mysterious Island March 9, 1 0 & 11 l||gIgDIIDii||i||iDI COURTHOUSE SG UARE HOUSE INN ON COURTHOUSE SQUARE 5-Stars @@@@@ "A superb blend of historic charm with defightful accommodations." ,Reservations highly recommended! Small Town Elegance Luxury Suites & Meeting Rooms Overnight & Extended Stay Catering available! Reserve now! The Guest House Courtyard, Veranda & Magnolia Room for parties, receptions, meetings and special events. View Photo's Onfine! Call 304-466-8100 for reservations! THE MARKET HINTON WEST VIRGINIA 30% Off Select Gifts & Gift Baskets! Gourmet Sandwiches Roundhouse Pizzas , Pastry & Gelato Coffee & Tea Vino & Brew Enjoy Spaghetti Sundays After Church & Before the Show/ American Express - Mastercard - Visa - Discover Eat[ Shop! Enjoy[ 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 lhe Ditz lheatre Cinerna& Performing Arts IPlayine 1 Ilis lt'eekend! CLOSE Extremely.Loud and incredibly Close Playing March 2nd, 3rd, and 4th 4 PM Sat-Sun $4! 7 PM Fri-Sat Only $5 Senior & Student $6 Adult