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Hinton Tues. March 20, 2012 Hinton News -5 r r i. Helping Hands Make Plans Carey and Danielle Clarkson's first time at dinner. Kathy Harris - Reporter The month of February is considered the month of Love. What better time for the annual adult dinner at the Little Wolf Creek Baptist Church. On Friday, February 10, at 6:30 p.m. everyone arrived with covered dishes to be accompanied with the main entree of roast pork or beef. The fellowship hall was decorated in Valentine shades of pinks and reds. Vases of red roses accented the tables with work together to bring others to Christ, to help Christians to learn more about Jesus, to be there for each other and enjoy each other, after all we will spend eternity together. Preacher Eddie closed devotional time with prayer. Some fun is always in store with the Preacher's wife Kathy leading the games. This year the fun started with the "Old Hen Chicken Cackling Contest". The five ladies that small condime'nt bowls of candy competed have all been around conversation hearts. Kathy Adkins and Kaye Clarkson made the evening more special with the lovely decorations. Judy Thompson and daughter Eugenia Brown served as hostesses for the dinner taking care of the main entrees. Preacher Eddie thanked God for the special evening and asked the blessing on the food. After dinner a time of devotion Chickensso they had to do the best imitation of a hen that had just lain, an egg, cackling to the best of her ability. The audience would select the winner by the loudest applause. The prize was a golden egg. After much fluffing, strutting and By Kelly Eagle Hinton Helping Hands 4-H Club recently met on February 8, 2012. Caitlyn, Jacob, Mary, Seneca, Tucker, DJ, and Kelly participated: in the meeting. Members continued a previous discussion on fundraising options to raise money to fund county 4-H camp. They decided to sell $1 chances in March on a handmade quilt and a handmade afghan made by family members or club members. The chances will be • sold by members and leader, Ann Lipscomb. To get more information about the chances please contact Ann Lipscomb or any Hinton Helping Hands member. We also discussed having a bake sale to raise money since camp is very expensive. Since some members do not attend camp, we would like to do another fun activity to include all. At the bake sale, we might also sell other hand made items such as sun, catchers or scarves. Any donations will be greatly appreciated• During the meeting, we also had a program on the West Virginia Intelligence Fusion Center. We watched two videos and learned how groups work together to keep our state safe from terrorism. For more information about Hinton Helping Hands 4-H Club or to join our club, contact Ann Lipscomb at 304-466-5351. Neighborhood Association of Ballengee Fly The Neighborhood Association of Ballengee, Inc. will hold a Kite Fly on Sunday, March 25 from 2-4 p.m. at McKenzie's Meadowmist Farm on Wayside Road. stretching the cackling began and so All families living in the did the laughing• It was a veryhard Ballengee area (as described by decision, but one Hen was finally those whose access driveways Was given by Preacher Eddie• selected to win the Golden Egg.connect directly to Ballengee Road, Physical food is essential for life as This was followed by a skit andbeginning at Bacon's Mountain is the spiritual food for the~eliever '~en games of Bingo• Sor~e o~the Road~ bu't i.ucjuding thos~livi~g; • alon~C~lkins"Lane and Pl~tation He,~poke ofthe~on~erFulefello~ship ~ B'ingo, priz~'v2erefunriy, ar~l cl~osen. ,R~oa~ an'd ~c6~f~t~t~g~dow~• that believers have~ as they serve for special people. ::- .! :~ Jesus. A church family is so It was a wonderful evening with Ballengee Road four tenths ofa mile important to a believer as they the weather co-operating with warm travel through the journey of life. We temperatures. WASHINGTON, D.C. - Senators These are more than just stiort-term Jay Rockefeller and Joe Manchin jobs and projects; roads, highways (both D-WV) today announced that and bridges lay the foundation for they are working again to get full attracting businesses and residents fundingtocompletetheAppalachian to our region - that's why the Development Highway System completion of the Appalachian (ADHS), which would focus Development Highway Systemis so investments in rural parts of West critical." Virginia and other states. The Senate is currently debating "After 47 years, I had hoped that a surface transportation bill. Within the Appalachian Development that bill is language that would scale Highway System would be complete back funds for the ADHS. by now, but there are still portions Rockefeller's amendment would that need to be built. I believe that change that, by restoring funds into Congress should stand by that the program. commitment," said Rockefeller. "The The completion of Corridor G in people across West Virginia deserve the southern part of the state has to have these projects finished.' become a critical link between Funding this highway network will Pikeville, KY'and Charleston, much spur job development, open up like Corridor D has in the northern market access, reduce transit times, part of the state between Bridgeport and improve safety." and Cincinnati, OH. Today, West "Investments in infrastructureVirginia has one moreADHS project are one ofthe best ways we can work left to complete, Corridor H. together eo rebuild American and Completion of the ADHS would put Americans back to work," provide additional economic Senator Manchin said. "When weopportunities, safer modes of travel, dedicate funding to projects like the and ease the strain on the current Appalachian Development Highway transportation infrastructure, System, we are making investments including many overburdened that build our economy and interstate highways throughout the strengthen this nation's future. Appalachian region. past Plantation Road; those whose 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 Turnpike Road and those whose access is on Big Stoney Creek Road) are invited to attend. • Bring your own kites (we have a FEW extra). Purchase kites at Walmart for aslittle as $1.27/kite. Small grandchildren, nieces and nephews of members are welcome. For additional information or directions please call Elora McKenzie (304) 466-1350. In the event o~ high winds or inclement weather, the kite fly will be rescheduled. ,lee WEDNESDAY POWER LUNCH First United Methodist Church at 3rd & Ballengee Streets invites everyone to attend• Lunch is from 11:45 a.m. - 1 p.m., join us when you , can. Guest speaker from 12:05 - 12:25 p.m. Also special music will be provided. The meal is offered free of charge. Donations are appreciated, but not necessary. We hope to see you there for a good powerful message, good music, delicious food and fellowship• SERVICES Services wilt be held each Sunday : • at Second Baptist Church, 212 James Street. Everyone Welcome• ILLUMINATION MINISTRIES AND HOME OF THOSE DELICIOUS HOT DOGS! DAILY Monday .............. Quarter Pounder .... ......... 82.69 Tuesday .......... Barbeque Sandwich ........... $2.6.9 Wednesday ~ .......... Hamburger ............... $1.99 Thursday .......... Steak Hoagie of Roast Beef ........... $3.09 Friday .............. Large Fish Sandwich ............ $3.19 MBO MEALS (INCLUDES SMALL FRENCH FRY AND SMALL DRINK) Monday ..............Quarter Pounder ................ $4.99 Tuesday ........ "~-~-~ Chicken Basket ................. $4.99 .................... Barbeque Sandwich ~~~~ ........... $4.99 Wednesday ........... Hamburger ................ $4.19 Thursday ......... Steak Hoagie or Roast Beef ........ ~~~~ $5.59 Friday ............... Fish & Fries ................ $4.49 ~,- ............... Large Fish Sandwich .............. $5.59 BREAKFAST SPECIALS French Toast ~ $2.59 / Skillet Breakfast ~ $5.99 Two Pancakes ~ $1.99 / 1 Biscuit, Bowl of Gravy, and Sausage ~ $1.99 Full" Breakfast Open daily ti'om 6 a.m. to 8 l).m. / Ph: 304-466-1700 On thc Hinton By-Pass PENNY (GOLDEE) YOUNG PRESENTS A WORSHIP EXPERIENCE IN THE TABERNACLE OF MOSES IN SONG AND DAVIDIC DANCE God is moving in a very dynamic and prophetic way. What does the Tabernacle of Moses have to do with you? Everything!! This was and still is God's plan for His people. At this time, our Nation is in serious trouble. God is calling His people to a depth of awareness and wo.rship;which is both powe ul and exciting, The Tabernacle will be presented in:accordance with the signs of the times. The Bridegroom is calling "Are your ready?" Friday, March 23, 2012 209 2nd Avenue Hinton, WV 25951 Refreshments at 6:15 PM Summers County. r:: ::' ILllJ lli/lhBI]' , ' - Jiiiil/lll [l ]l li,il ' :