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] 6 - Hinton News Tues. March 20, 2012 L to R: Principal - Mike Tabor, Staff- Angel Gumm, Alysha Crawford, Britney Key , Robin MicNeer. Hinton Area Elementary School February Student of the Month: Grades Pre-K, K, 1st Row 1 I - r" Justin Feamster, Lexi Brown, Tyler Dillon. Row 2 I - r: Emily Short, Jasmine Lemon, Bella Thibeault. Row 3 I - r: Atlantis Sweeney, Ashton Reed, David Culbertson, Breanna Lilly, Michael Judy. I I Beyond Wishes TRP Student Kimme McAIpine giving Acorn a big hug. Hinton, WV [Big Four Drug Store Building] Phone: (304l 466-8057 Sat. 9 to 5 & Sun. 1 to 5 No appointment necessary Weekday Evenings- by appointment IT's TIME TO STOCK YOUR POND!! and surrounding communities has been.just wonderful. Beyond Wished TRP provides safe, fun and positive equine activity and goes "Beyond Wishes" for individuals with dis- abilities, promotes and supports the industry and educates the public on tl~j~ benefits of riding and ground d~rapies rela{ing to the hm;se. Our program is conducted under the guidelines of the Professional ,kssociation of Therapeutic "Horsemanship International (PATti Intl). This summer we hope to reach out to more individuals with disabilities as well as the non-disabled. Most of our students will be returning so we have limited spaces available. If you wish to participate in our program, please call so we can get you scheduled in. We always need volunteers to help out with lessons and other chores that need to-be On February 21, five lucky staff members at Hinton Area Elementary got the chance to pucker up to a curly-tailed little oinker, named Herschel. Each staffmember at the school made and decorated a can so that the students could bring in money and vote for their favorite teacher to smooch this little guy! The students were very excited by this Łundraiser and couldn't wait to see their teachers pucker up! When Herschel entered the gym the COMMISSION MEETING The Summers County Commission will meet at 9:00 a.m. students went wild! The top five teachers who had to kiss the pig were: First grade teacher ~Irs. McNeer, fifth grade teacher Mrs. Keys, Principal Mr. Tabor, Pre-K teacher Mrs. Crawford, and Pre-K teacher Mrs. Gumm. The staff at Hinton Area would like to thank all of the students and. parents who helped make thi.s fundraiser a fun and successful event! Thanks also to Herschel, who received a thank you prize of his favorite snacks; Mt. Dew and Doritos. The "Kiss the Pig" fundraiser brought• in $850.00 to be used to help with field trips. in the County Commission Office at the Courthouse on the first and third Mondays of the month. In the event We are very excited about our. done. that a holiday thlls on a Monday, the second year providing ground and There will be six horses in our County Commission meeting will be ~iding therapies relating to the program this year. Our two new moved to the following Tuesday. Delivery Will Be: horse. The support from our local horses will be spending the summer The next session of the County bonding, learning and going through Commission will be held on uesdav n ~ ~ I April Hinton 4:15 - 5:00 @Three Rivers Edge Catfish $45/100 :/ Blu ill,*$4 lO0 :" FISH WAGON To Place an Order Call. 1-800-643-8439 www.fishwagon.com our desensitization process. This Monday, April 2, and Monday, April process prepares them for service 16 Contact Mary Beth Merritt, they will provide. Our Riding ring County Clerk at 466-7121 if you will be brand new and much more have questions or if you have items special needs/~iendly. Colorful new for the agenda. games and exercises will hopefully put smiles on everyone's faces. If you are interested in fi!~ding our more : JOHN HENI~ t3AYS ! about our progra.rff/you carr'ctill,ihe John Henry Days Committee will McQuaig at 304-466-0431 or email meet Thurs. April 19 at 7:00 p.m. US at beyondwishestrp@hughesnet, at the Talcott Fire Dept. corn Everyone welcome, Rockefeller, Accept Visa & Mastercard Recliners starting at $216 Sofa/Loveseat Sets start at $574 New Complete Bedr00mm Sets starting at $707 Just arrived!/New Sofas, Loveseats, Recliners and DoEble Sided Mattresses/ Warehouse Prices and Layaway Available!! Used Household Furniture, Antiques and Uniques HOURS! BUY - TRADE - SELL Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm Manchin Announce Funding for WV Caregivers and Nurses WASHINGTON, D.C., - Senators Jay Rockefeller and Joe Manchin (both D - WV) today announced that the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) awarded two new grants totaling $98,000 in West Virginia. The money will help expand membership at the Faith in Action National Network (FIANN) in Wheeling and assist the New Careers in Nursing Scholarship Program's efforts to address West Virginia's nursing shortage. "I am grateful to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for doing so much to address health care issues across the country, and especially here in West Virginia," said Rockefeller. "The money provided by these grants will enhance volunteer" caregiving and provide some needed help tbr talented West Virginians to finish nursing school - this is great news for our state." "I commend the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for their continued dedication to keeping people healthy over the past 40 years," Senator Manchin said. "I'm so pleased to see these grants support worthwhile efforts, whether it's educating more people in the field of nursing or engaging faith communities in expanding care in their communities. There's no question that nurses are on the frontlines of health care in our state, and that our churches do important outreach to folks who are homebound. These grants build on smart, existing partnerships and I'm glad tbr the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's continued investn,~mt." Background: Continued on page 7 C he / z,aet v 209 2nd Avenue Hinton, WV 25951 Ph:(304) 466-8200. Call in Requests Sunday Service and Children's Churcho.10:30 a.m. Wednesday Fellowship Groups-- 6:30 p.m. Open 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. ) There s No Place Like The Ministry Place" "Your Full-Service Service Station" 466-0133 For Pay At the Pump Gas & Diesel Fuel ALL TIRES." FREE MOUNT FREE B/IL,4NEE FREE TIRE VALVES Head Mechanic Tim Ward Mechanics: Johnny Reel BRAKE SPECIAL: FRONT PADS ONLY LIFE TIME WARRANTY WEAREVER GOLD.$6 9.95 WAGNER $79.95 COMPUTER SCAN We're drivers too. Notice MISSING CLASSMATES The Hinton High School Class of 1967 is looking for the following missing classmates for next year's 45th class reunion. Please contact Donna Pivont at Hinton Floral Shop, (304-466-3282), if you have any information on any of these people. Maiden names are used for the ladies. Richard Caudel~, Jerry Collins, Lola Ann Crawford, Linda Gaither, Beverly McGraw, Virginia Wills, Anna Harvey andCarol Houchins JUST ARRIVED Annual shipment of Fresh Pecans, Episcopal Church Women. Call 466-3361, or stop by City National Bank. In our country we have those three unspeakably precious things: freedom of speech, free- dom of conscience, and the pru- dence never to practice either. --Mark Twain SHERRI R. FREEMAN Attorney at Law Free initial consultations available in your community by appointment our CONVENIENCE Gunnoe Law Office Local lawyers with over 30 years of combined experience serving the residents of Summers and surt:ounding counties. Patricia LICSW T?erapist and Counselor Spccializinv in Traulna, Abuse, Grief and Addictions, :: Faln lyan [nd wdualTherapy ., - MEDiCARE:, i: ngs?m:ajo:r::insUra esaccepted:, :::, : Day and Evening Appointments Ph" (304) 466-2226 REACHH-Family Resource Center 411 Temple Street, Hinton WV 25951 Local country and gospel recording artist and songwriter, Johnny Jones, would like to say thank you, for voting and helping him become one of the 5 finalists, in two award shows to be held in the next few months. At Country Gospel FanFest in Pigeon Forge, Johnny was nominated by fans, for the Horizon Award and the awards show will be held April 28th during this three day festival You may vote now until March 31at *www.cgmfanfest.com* / Johnny Jones also made the final five in the Living Legend category, Fans are now voting the final round through April 10th at *www.kingcountryagapefest.com* The awards show will be held June 23rd just outside Dallas/Ft. Worth during the four day Agape Gospel Music Festival. This is different festivals put by two or anizations, please vote for.each