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10- Hinton News Tues. March 7, 2017 onlJ#l U LITTLE LEAGUE SIGN UPS Hinton Little League will have it's Final two days of sign-ups Saturday, March 11th. from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Little League Field in Bellepiont. Also Sunday, March 12th. from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the same location. The Summers County Association of Retired School Employees to Hold Meeting The Summers CountyAssociation of Retired School Employees (SCARSE) will meet in the Hinton Dairy Queen on Saturday, March 18 at 10:00 a.m. for a regular business meeting which includes election of officers for 2017-2018. All members are urged to attend and potential members are invited to attend. NOTICE Notice to the Public The members of the Summers County Fire Board will meet in regular session on Monday, March 20, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at VFD Station 13, 80 Hinton By Pass, Hinton, WV. The members also met on March 3, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. for the proposals for the Summers County Fire Service Fee. Agenda for Monday, March 20, 2017: Call to Order Welcome Approval of Minutes Financial Report Workshop Results Old Business New Business Any other business before the board Comments Adjournment Summers County Historical Signed Tony Williams, President Society to Meet February 27, 2017 The Summers County Historical Society will meet at 6:00 p.m. on BE AN LPN IN ONE YEAR Tuesday, March 21 in the basement The Summers County School of of St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Practical Nursing is now accepting Please bring some suitable food and/ applications for the 2017-2018 chss or drink item. A business meeting beginning 10-2-2017. Applications will follow the meal may be obtained by visiting the All members are urged to attend Summers Co. Schools website at: and the public is invited to attend, http'J/boe.summers.kl2.wv.us/l-p-n- nursing-program or by calling the Reminder to Friends Summers Co School of Practical Friends of the Library meeting is Nursing at 305-466-6040 ext 305. Tuesday, March 14, at 4 p.m. in the The program is a 12 month course Library. This is open accredited by the West Virginia to all. Hope to see you there. State Board of Examiners for Licensed Practical Nurses. Classes SOUTHERN CONSERVATION begin on the 1st Monday in OctobeI DISTRICT MEETING and end the following September. The Southern Conservation Class and clinical sessions are District Monthly Board Meeting will Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to be held March 9, 2017 at the 3:00 p.m. Twenty two students are Southern Conservation District accepted into the program each year. Building, 463 Ragland Road, Discrimination is prohibited on the Beckley, WV. The Meeting will begin basis of sex, race, color, religion, promptly at 9:45 a.m. disability, age, and national origin. The agenda will be posted at the *** SCUD office. For any questions Let your memory be your travel bag. concerning the above mentioned --Mcxander Solzhenitsyn meeting please call 304-253-0261. No matter where you go, there you are. --Unknown Make A Better Reduced-Sugar Apple Butter (NAPS)--Canning has become a popular food trend, and a great way to save and savor the taste of the harvest season all year long. It can, however, come with a sugar shock. Great news is that now, you can make an apple butter that's low in sugar and calories. That's because it's made with Stevia In The Raw, a zero-calorie sweetener extracted from the sweet leaves of the stevia plant and purified to be 300 to 400 times sweeter than cane sugar. Spiced Apple Butter prep time: 24 hrs, 20 mins / c,~ok time: 20 mins / makes 4 cups 6 pop, rids apples, preferably Co, tland or McIntosh, p,' tied, cored and cut into~ 1-inch pieces 2 cups apple cider ~s4 cup Stevia In The Raw Baker's Bag '~ cup Sugar In The Raw 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon !'~ teaspoon ground cloves In a large stainless steel pot, combine the apples and cider. Cover and bring just to a boil, then reduce the heat and sim- mer until the apples are soft, about 20 minutes. Off the heat, use a blender to whirl the apples in batches to a smooth puree. Pour the apple puree into a 4-6-quart slow cooker. Mix in the Stevia In The Raw, Sugar In l'he Raw, cinnamon and cloves. Set the slow cooker to high and cook, stirring about every 30 minutes, until the butter puree is dark and thick enough to drop from a spoon, 10 to 12 hours. Be sure the apple butter comes to a boil. Place empty canning jars in a hot water canner or other large pot fitted with a rack or lined with a towel, and fill the pot with water to a depth of 1 inch over their rims, making sure the jars stand upright. Boil for 10 minutes to sterilize the jars. Sterilize the lids in a small pot of water by simmering them for 10 minutes. Thi sweet, picy pread could be- come the apple of everyone' eye. Place a folded towel on the counter. Remove the hot steril- ized jars from the hot water, drain and place on the towel. Ladle the hot apple butter into the hot jars, leaving 1~.inch head- space. Using a damp paper towel, wipe around the rim of each jar. Set a fiat lid on top and then twist a screw band into place, making it only finger tight. Using a jar lifter, return the filled jars of apple butter to the canner. Make sure the water cov- ers the jars by 1 to 2 inches, adding water if needed. Cover, bring the water to a boil, and process the jars for 10 minutes. Remove the lid and let the jars of apple butter sit for 5 minutes. With the jar lifter, remove the processed apple butter and place the jars on a folded towel. Let jars sit undisturbed for 12 hours. After I hour, check the lids; they should be fiat when touched in the center. If a jar is not sealed properly and the lid can be pressed down, the contents are still safe to consume but the jar should be refrigerated immedi- ately and used within 3 weeks. Properly sealed jars can be stored in a cool place for up to 3 months. Learn More For more canning tips and addi- tional recipes, visit www.InThe Raw.com. Adult $~.Student SS.Matinee s4 Cookery has become gentlemen. a noble art, a noble *** science; cooks are --Robert Burton A hungry stomach seldom scorns plain food. --Horace FAMILY PHOTO SHOOT The Hinton Lions Club will be hosting an opportunity to get family portraits made. See local Lion member or email hintonlions@gmail.com to obtain a coupon for a donation of $10 for an 8x10 family portrait, with the option of buying a package of your choice of that or other photos. Photos will be taken Friday, March 31st in the evening and Saturday, April 1 all day by appointment only. Photos will be available for pickup within one week. SUMMERS COUNTY COMMISSION The Summers County Commission will meet at 9:00 a.m. in the County Commission Office at the Courthouse on the second Wednesday of each month. The session for March will be Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Contact Mary Beth Merritt, County Clerk before March 3, 2017 at 4.66-7104 if you have questions or if you have items for the agenda. LONG TERM RECOVERY COMMITTEE The Greater Summers Long Term Recovery Committee, our community volunteer flood relief group, will hold a public meeting at Ascension Church on Temple St. at 5th Ave., Hinton on Tuesday, March 7th at 4:30 p. m. While the disaster has faded for most of us the effects are still very much in the lives of many of our neighbors and friends. If you were a victim of the June 2016 flooding or would like to volunteer to assist individuals and families in Summers County affected by the flooding who still have unmet needs please join us. Our group was started by Summers County volunteers to pick up where FEMA left off and continue the recovery effort. Pictured: Raw 1 L-R Tiffani Cline, Kristin Berry, Brittney Justice, Bryanna Bragg, Whittney Justice, Morgan Miller, Hannah Taylor Row 2: Coach Chad Meador, Bethani Cline, Heaven Cales, Kennedy Drennen, Erica Merrill, Mallory Drennen, Lakelyn Sexton, Mathew Fleshman (Manger), and Coach Sarah Blevins. The Summers County Lady Bobcats defeated Fayetteville 81-58 in regional play and are on their way to the State Tournament as the #1 seed with a record of 23-2. They will play Charleston Catholic in the first round on Wednesday at 5:30 at the Charleston Civic Center. Pictured: Row 1 L-R Tyler Miller, Nathan Wykle, Clay Jordan, Tristan Nelson, Dacota Thomas, Keegan Hartwell, Johnathan Kessler, Logan Jones, Samuel Wykle, Dawson Lemon. Row 2: Coach Robert Bowling, Coach Nathan Tanner, Dillon Wills, Cordell Meadows, Josh Ward, Ashton Bennett, Jamison Hamm, Caleb Harvey, Will Whittaker, Trent Meadorl Brandon Adkins, Coach Craig Cantrell, Coach Jarod Hartwell. The Summers County Bobcats defeated Meadow Bridge 57-48 and Greenbrler West 38-30 m sectional play and will advance to A person must b 35 years old to be regional play on Wednesday, March 8. president, 30 to be U.S. senator, 25 to be a U.S. House member. As fur as I am concerned, a painting speaks for itself. What is the use of giving A man's work is nothing but this slow trek to rediscover, through the detours explanations, when all is said and done? A painter has only one language, of art, those two or three great and simple images in whose presence his heart --Pablo Picasso first opened. --Albert Camus " " 120 Ballengee Street Post Olfice Box 97 Hinton, WV 25951 Telephone: (304) 466-7100 Fax: (304) 466-7[46 Bill U~mer Mary E. Mcn'iu C/.~ AGENDA FOR WED~F..$DAY, MARCH |, 2017 Ttt~E ~R OF O~e,,ms~ l~4~Lnt 1.'00 IWq. ~:,S p.m. 3.'M I~.m. ra. R~e/~. Omli vandu~ .~s~msor nmlt Pmwml m t~, 9~ ~,~.~ ~ .~.~ ,~,. m*~* ~.~.*. ,~. 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