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p Tues. March'19, 2019 Hinton News - 5 Congratulations to Ava Stover Greenbrier Valley Theatre, the frightening, but the students Alice in Wonderland Jr. also State Professional Theatre of West participating in GVT's Spring features: Ella Bowes, SophieBowes, Virginia, is delighted Musical know how to create a Addyson Carr, Gabriella Carr, to bring you the Youth welcoming environment to Ashleigh Darnell, Alexandra Education's production of Disney's newcomers. Whether it is DeGraff, Lily Dense, Kelly Dudley, Alice in Wonderland Jr based on remembering a birthday, helping Lori Eagle, Georgia Foster, Grace the 1951 Disney film Alice in someone with their choreography or Johnson, Sarah Jones, Lillie King, Wonderland and the novels The simply laughing alongside your Shaylen Lafferty, Kaelin Mare, Adventures of Alice in Wonderland peers, GVT offers a rewarding Cecilia Alice Mason, Skyler and Through the Looking Glass by experience to everyone. Jackson McCallister, Callie McFerrin, Ashley Lewis Carroll. A timeless classic for Hefner, who first performed on Meadows, Clara Mills, Emarya all ages, this production features GVT's stage in last year's production Montgomery, Kymberlyn Morgan, music and lyrics by Sammy Fain of Disney and Cameron StellaBlueNeeley, LaurenRodgers, and runs March 15 - 23 at 7 p.m. Mackintosh's Mary Poppins Jr Khalil Samuels, Will Sarver, with a Pay-What-You-Can Preview knows what it's like to be the new Boglarka Szalai, Mackenzie Taylor, Performance March 14at 7p.m. and kid. He also knows how rewarding Delia Teaney, Ryan Vaughan, a matinee performance March 24 at it feels to become a part of the family. B'Launa Westmoreland, Jed White, 2:30 p.m. "The best part of GVT is the Bailey Withrow, Sallie Wittkamper Tickets are $15 for adults, $13 for friendships and bonds I have created and Blaine Yates. The technical crew seniors (60+) and $11 for children/ with this great group of neonl~ " the includesAndrea Miller and Benedek students. For more information, call young actor said. Szalai. the GVT Box Office at (304) 645- These enthusiastic new actorsAlice's unforgettable journey runs 3838 or visit www.gvtheatre.org, are not the only newcomers who feel March 15 - 23 at 7 p.m. with a Pay- Carroll's tale is of one small girl and so welcomed. Kiesten White, GVT's What-You-Can Preview her great big adventure. Alice jumps new Education Manager, has had a Performance March 14 at 7 p.m. and down the rabbit hole and discovers very similar experience. "I already a matinee performance March 24 at Wonderland, a magical world full of feel welcomed by students and staff 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for general exciting experiences and unexpected alike, and I can see the same feeling adult admission, $13 for seniors encounters. This 75-minute in students who are participating in (60+) and $11for children/students. production features over 35 students the Spring Musical for the first or For more information, call the GVT and classic Disney songs such as second time," White said. Box Office at (304) 645-3838 or visit "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" by the kind The Education Manager has seen www.gvtheatre.org. This program is Caterpillar, "Simon Says" with the students from all backgrounds come presented with financial assistance Queen of Hearts and her Royal togetber, help each other and truly from the West Virginia Division of Cards and "The Caucus Race" with create a community full of hard work Arts, Culture & History, and the the Dodo Bird. and creativity. National Endowment for the Arts, Any new experience can be GVT's production of Disney's with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts. U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Ranking I Virginians. I am proud this legislation will expand access and region to the next level. SAVE THE DATE Earth Day will be celebrated on April 28 this year at Bellepoint Park RESUME READY! from 1 - 4 p.m. The theme is 'Protect Learn basic resume writing skills, Our Species', Around the world, the how to write a targeted resume, how to restructure your resume, what loss of species is dramatic and it employers look for and how to write impacts water quality, food a coverletter. production, health, air quality and Stop by the Summers County general wee-being. The earth Day Public Library and pick up a celebration will feature free lunch, Resume worksheet. Complete the lots of giveaways, music, worksheet, andcometo the3rd floor information and kids activities, ofthe library where Jared andMissy Watch for details and plans to come. can assist you in getting "Resume LENTEN FISH FRY Saint Patrick Catholic Church is gearing up for our annual Lenten Fish Fry. Dinner will be held on March 22 andApril 5 this year. Plan Ava just won her 4th regional gold to come join us for a great meal at a medal in 4 years for the West Virginia great price. This year's menu will regional social studies fair. Ava has include Fish (fried or baked), Cole won Ist place at the state social Slaw, Au Gratin potatoes or Rice studies fair and has finished second Pilaf, Sweet Rolls, Dessert and place twice. Good luck at states Ava. Drink for $10 per dinner. Eat in or Reprooontin0 Summers Co. Ann's Take out each Friday from 4 p.m. project was in individual sociology. Her until 7 p.m. Looking forward to see projects name was "more than eats you there. the eye" the different types of cannibalism. Veterans Museum Hours The Museum will be open each Saturday from 12 noon to 4:00pro. Historical Displays range from Early frontier days, the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korea Viet Nam, and to the Present Mideast. Tour guides are present. Admission is free. COMMISSION MEETING 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 forApril will be Wednesday, April 10. Contact Mary Beth Merritt, County Clerk before April 10 at The legislation also increases the 466-7104 if you have any questions Member Joe Manchin attended the protect these lands for future funding cap for the Wheeling orifyou have items for the agenda. White House's Presidential bill- generations to enjoy," Senator NationaIHeritageAreainWheeling. NOTICE signing ceremony at which Manchin said. By increasing the funding cap, the SUMMERS COUNTY ARH President Trump signed the John D. LWCF is a conservation tool that Wheeling National Heritage Area Auxiliary Gift Shop now has RADA Dingell, Jr. Conservation, ensures stat~es and federal public can continue to compete for grant PRODUCTS for sale. Hours are: Management, and Recreation Act land management agencies are able money from the National Park into law. The legislation to protect and conserve our natural Service. Since its establishment in Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. Sun. pe.rxn a.nentiyreauthorlzestheLand resources without relying on 2001, the Wheeling National 1:00-3:00p.m. and Water Conservation Fund, taxpayer dollars. In West Virginia, Heritage Area has received Free Interesting Computer designates the Appalachian Forest LWCF funded the acquisitions of the approximately $12 million in fundsClasses Available .~ and w~ll r.each its can o~ mflhon ~i Co~u~er Class~ offered once a J in the next twoTears. According~to Week Learn how to type without l~t|onal Her~g~A''e I. It passed River and Dolly Sods. Since 1965-'- --------~ "a 2017 economic impact study, the hunting and pecking, learn better the U.S. Senate with a vote of 92-8 more than $243 million in LWCF Wheeling National Heritage Area safety standards for being online, onFebruary 12 and passed the U.S. funds have been spent in West generates $86.6 million in economic and get certified through our House of Representatives with a Virginia on more than 500 projects, impacts in the Wheeling region. This Computer Essentials and IC3 vote of 363-62 on February 26. both on state and federal lands. This includes support for 1,109 jobs and programs! "Iwas proudtojoin colleagues on includes improvements to local $6.4 million in tax revenue. By Inquire at the front desk or the both sides of the aisle at the White parks and public spaces in 54 of providing a modest cap increase, the third floor of the library for more House today as President Trump West Virginia's 55 counties. Wheeling National Heritage Area information! 304-466-4490. signed the John D. Dingell, Jr. National Heritage Areas (NHAs) can continue its vital role as an Conservation, Management, and are designated by Congress as places economic driver in West Virginia. Recreation Act into law. This where natural, cultural, and historic The Natural Resources legislation is an important reminder resources combine to form a ManagementAct also:Adds over 621 "I've never fooled anyone. I've let that, when we work in a bipartisan cohesive, nationally important miles of rivers to the National Wild people fool themselves. They didn't way, the American people come out landscape. The Appalachian Forest & Scenic Rivers System Adds over bother to find out who and what I on top. This bipartisan package National Heritage Area has been 2,600 miles of new trails to the was. Instead they would invent a permanently reauthorizes the Land operating as an ad hoc NHA for more National Trails System Designates character for me. I wouldn't argue and Water Conservation Fund, than a decade. By providing the 700,000 acres ofnew recreation and with them. They were obviously which has had immeasurable official NHA designation, theconservation areas Increases the loving somebody I wasn't." impacts on West Virginia. It also Appalachian Forest National size of our National Parks by over MarilynMonroe designates the Appalachian Forest Heritage Area has earned the 42,000 acres Provides direction to all Heritage Area and increases the national recognition it deserves, and federal departments and agencies to funding cap for the Wheeling is now also eligible for grants and facilitate the expansion and NationalHeritageArea. In our state, technical assistance from theenhancement of hunting, fishing we have been blessed with beautiful National Park Service. This will and recreational shooting lands and our love of the outdoors is take its programmatic efforts and opportunities on federal lands. core to who we are as West other services it provides to the STEM education bill receives endorsement from (;it Scouts of America, The American Association of University Women CAAUHO Senator Shelley Moore Capito, a confidence--especially amongyoung technology, engineering, and math member of the Committee on women and girl~, rm proud to team (STEM) and computer science Commerce, Science, and up with my colleagues to reintroduce fie~lds, barriers to gender equity Transportation, introduced the thisimportantbipartisanlegislation still exist. This is particularly true bipartisan Building Blocks of STEM so we can help young minds realize for girls, especially girls of color," Act alongside Senators Jacky Rosen their incredible potential, inspire said Kimberly Churches, chief (D-Nev.), Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii), them to pursue careers in critical executive officer of the American Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), industries, and empower them to Association of University Women Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.), follow their dreams." (AAUW). "The bipartisan Building and Deb Fischer (RNeb.). The bill "Ensuring that the lifelong BlocksofSTEMActtakesimportant would create and expand upon benefits of early, and consistent steps toward identifying systematic STEM education initiatives at the exposure to STEM fields reaches barriers and biases affecting young National Science Foundation (NSF) girls is critical to America's long girls in STEM and computer science. for young children, including new term technological, economic, and AAUW commends Senator Rosen for research grants to increase the security interests," said Sylvia her leadership on this critical issue participation of girls in computer Acevedo, CEO of Girl Scouts of the and looks forward to continue science. USA. "As single largest girl-serving, working together to ensure equity in "Technology and the tech industry girl-led leadership program in the STEM education for all women and provide so many opportunities for country, Girl Scouts' STEM girls." students and workers to pursue jobs programs reach more girls in more In the House of Representatives, and contribute to shaping our places than anyother organization. Congresswoman Haley Stevens (D- e.conomy right here at home in West We are proud to support Senator Mich.) and Congressman Jim Baird Virginia and in communities across Rosen and her cosponsors' Building (R-Ind.)--respectively, the chair and the country," Senator Capito said. Blocks of STEM Act to make funds ranking member of the House "By finding ways to introduce available for research and Science, Space, and Technology students to STEM skills and programming to increaseCommittee's Subcommittee on knowledge at an early age, we can girls'engagement in STEM." Research and Technology---are helpthem bette~-Iearn to take risks, "Despite significant strides introducing companion legislation. solve problems, and build women are making in the science, 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 BLUEGRASS MUSIC American Music Association will be having Bluegrass music on the lmirst Sat. of each month at the Vietnam Veterans Center in Princeton. Doors open at 5:30. Band and Jam Session. Mon. & Wed.: 9 a.m. to 1 2 p.m. Tue. & Thurs : 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 21)1 9 1111'( lli ,l .%il,' "}1)I--') ' '" J, - ,()h" lax II;. Z()t!) 111( i'}'}I; I"rhl: 17. 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