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6 -Hinton News Tues. March 21, 2017 V.F.W MEETING V.F.W Casey Jones Post 4500 meetings 3rd Monday 7:00 p.m, monthly at Veterans Museum 419 Ballengee St. Hinton. Veterans Needed. Call 304-250-4152 or 304-573- 3550 for more information. CLOSED FOR WINTER The Campbell-Flannagan- Murrell House Museum at 422 Summers Street in Hinton has closed for the winter. We are delighted to open the Museum for visitors, school groups, reunion parties, or folks just looking for a peek at some local history. Call 304- 445-5769 to set up a date and time with our guide. We welcome all to experience Hinton's History through the lives of the families that lived in the House beginning in 1875. Call,email at cfm fmhC~ahoo.com or message us on facebook. Our web site is cfm- fmh.org. SMS In the Housel West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennartt with SMS Youth In Govemment Representatives. L to R- Mrs. Many Mann, Makayla Gross, Riley Richmond Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, Gage Richmond, Ashton Basham MEDICAL EXPENSE ACCOUNT A Medical Expense Account for Angle Cox has been established at First Century Bank. Any and all donations will be greatly appreciated. FRESH PECANS Ascension Church Annual Fresh Pecan (fall crop) sale now in progress. One pound shelled large pieces bags- $10.00, large halves- $10.50. Call Joyce Ritter- 304-466-1515 or Cleo Mathews 304-466-1135. A group of legislators pledged "Members ofthe Legislature have their support for Governor Jim known for quite some time that our Justice's plan to limit the pay that state faces a budget crisis," Miley they would receive if a special continued. "The rating downgrade session is called to finish a budget, by Moody's was the most recent House Bill 2981 was introduced indicator that we need to get our today, fiscal house in order now. This biLl and a companion bill It is time that we accelerate the that will be introduced in the work on the budget so we can at Senate would cap compensation of least determine whether there is a members of the Legislature to no possibility to find common ground more than five days in a special and pass a responsible budget," he session where a budget bill has not stated. been enactdd. "We are facing a fiscal crisis and "Last year, legislators spent the 60 days should be plenty of time to entire regular session and couldn't find a solution if we work together come up with a workable and and focus on finding solutions sensible budget, we can all support," said Senate Indeed, the failure to pass aMinority Leader Roman Prezioso responsible budget during the(D-Marion). regular 60-day session caused a "Ifweuseourtimeduringsession special session to be held that cost wisely, then we shouldn't have to taxpayers $600,000.00 and almost be here in June still working on the caused the government to shutbudget like we were last year. down," House Minority Leader Tim And the last thing we need is any Miley (D-Harrison) stated, incentive to be here in June, which '~Vest Virginia residents deserve is why I supportthe Governor's better than the uncertainty that proposal to limit pay for legislators comes with delayed action on a to only 5 days of a special session." budget, especially when they are "I hope that the Governor's footing the bill. proposed cap on the number of That is why we are supportive of days Ithat lawmakers can be paid Governor Justice's proposal to limit for a budget session will light a the pay of legislators to only 5 clays fire under all legislators to start of a special session to get a budget looking at real solutions to fix our nassed." ~t~t~ l'~11d.o,,af " "l~r~],=,r ~o+.A "I encourage all legislators to start working in a bipartisan way to fix the structural hole in our budget and get us back on a path to fiscal stability," Miley urged. "Hopefully, the added pressure from the Governor's proposal will motivate us to do just that." Other legislators expressing the support for the Governor's plan include Senators Bob Beach (Monongalia), Ron Miller (Greenbrier),RichardOjeda(Logan), Corey Palumbo (Kanawha), Robert Plymale (Wayne), Mike Romano (Harrison), Ron Stollings (BOone), John Unger (Berkeley), Mike Woelfel (Cabell) and ,Delegates Stephen Baldwin (Grsenbrier), Mick Bates (Raleigh), Scott Brewer (Mason), Andrew Byrd (Kanawha), Joe Canestraro (Marshall), Mike Caputo (Marion), Phil Diserio (Brooke), Jeff Eldridge (Lincoln), Barbara Fleischauer (Monongalia) .... Shawn Fluharty (Ohio), Bill Hartman (Randolph), Ken Hicks, (Wayne), Richard Iaquinta (Harrison), Linda Longstreth (Marion), Chad I~vejoy (Cabell), Da~a Lynch (Webster), Justin Marcum (Mingo), Rodney Miller (Boone), Mike Pushkin (Kanawha), Andrew Robinson (Kanawha), Ralph Rodighiero (Logan) and John ~XT:11.'---_ 11L4"=~. I. ~. ]L HEALTH DEPARTMENT SCHEDULE Immunizations are given everY Monday and Wednesday at the Suminers County Health Department. Please call if any questions 304-466-3388. Event Postings Via Expl House of Delegates Member Roy Cooper and Summers County Summers County Tourism Commissioner Jack D. Woodrum with SMS Youth In Government Website Representatives. L to R- Jack Woodrum, Ashton Basham, Makayla If your business or organization has any upcoming events you would Gross, Gage Richmond, Roy Cooper, Riley Richmond, Mrs. Many like help promoting please go to Mann. www.ExploreSummersCounty.com/ submitevent and complete the form so we can add your event to our If an idea's worth having once, it's worth having twice. calendar and help further promote it through social media. You can find ---Tom Stoppard u~o~ ~F~rc~buok~-~rider ~Explore bulletin board in our window if you **~ have event fliers for display. All art requires courage. NOTICE Make A Difference... Donate...Volunteer...Foster...Adopt. Janet L. Richmond, BSW LSW, Regional Director Children's Home Society of WV. Phone 304-647-3430. Fax- 304- 647-3589. NARCONON Narconon reminds families that abuse of heroin and opiod drugs has become a national health crisis. Learn to recognize the signs of heroin abuse and get your loved ones help if they are at risk. Visit www.narcononnewliferetreat.org/ blog/naloxone-availability.html to learn about the overdose reversing drug known as naloxone and find out its availability in your state. ADDICTION SCREENINGS Narconon can help you take steps to overcome addiction in your family. Call today for free screenings or rewferrals.. 1-800-431-1754. BOOK FOR SALE A book the founding and history of Marthas Chapel Church is now available for sale. For information call Dean Bennett: 304-466-1402. JOHN HENRY DAYS The John Henry Days Committee will be meeting the 3rd Thursday of every month. The meeting will be held at 6:00 P.M.in the basement of the Trinity United Methodist Church in Talcott. Everyone is invited to attend. Volunteers are always needed! Next meeting date is April 20. ACCEPTING DONATIONS Hinton Area Foundation Accepting Flood Relief Donations. For those asking how they can help those affected by the flooding in Summers County (100% goes to the needs of local citizens), Hinton Area Foundation accepts tax deductible donations online via PayPal or credit card at http'ghintonareafoundation. org or checks can be mailed to Hinton Area Foundation, PO Box 217, Hinton, WV 25951. Please note 2016 Flood Victims when you make your donation. If you have questions, please call the HAF Office at 304-466-5332, contactJ~eborah Clark, president at deborah.c'tark@suddenlink.net or get in touch with any HAF board member. How Blinded Veterans Help Themselves And Others To A Better Quality Of Life In the U.S., both National Pig Day and Peanut Butter Lover's Day are observed onMarch 1 --hopefully, not at the same time in the same place. (NAPS)--According to Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) statistics, there are over 130,000 legally blind veterans in America. Every year, another sever- al thousand are added to the number either because of combat injuries, age, illness or other factors. What's Being Done Fortunately, they're not simply left in the dark. All over the country, the VA has set up residential and outpatient centers where former military persons who' have impaired vision can learn to lead more independent, pleasant and productive lives. There are two basic kinds of facilities. The Blind Rehabilitation Programs sup- port blind and low-vision veterans and . ~ '!a'cff~re-duty sdiTi~ethembers in regain- ............................... "& :-; ing their-:independence ahd "quality of life to enable their successful integration into family and community life. These places also support family and --Anni~ Tucker significant others to better understand visual impairment and foster the provi- sion of appropriate support, to assist in enhancing home environments and to reduce caregiver burden. The Visual Impairment Services Outpatient Rehabilitation (VISOR) pro- grams use a team approach to provide services based on a thorough assess- ment of the veteran's strengths, needs and perdonal goals. Veterans and their families are en- couraged to identify these goals and provide ongoing feedback regarding progress. To enhance the quality of life for vet- erans and servicemembers experiencing Wade Davis and BVA help ensure VA facilities for blinded veterans are able to provide the best possible care and training. vision loss, the Blinded Veterans Associ- ation (BVA) works with VA to help keep these places up to par. Recently, that or- ganization's Training Coordinator, Wade Davis, conducted a comprehensive and individualized Veterans Care Review at each of the 13 Blind Rehabilitation Cen- ters nationwide. He is currently doing the same with the VISOR programs. What Davis Does Over several days, Davis visits each facility and meets separately with the staff and the veterans involved. He con- siders various aspects of the programs: orientation and mobility, living skills, manual skills, low-vision therapy, com- puter access training, tow-vision clinic, optometry, eye clinic, ophthalmology, recreation therapy, social work, psy- chology, nursing, diabetic education, and pharmacy. He also talks to the Vi- sual Impairment Services Team (VIST) Coordinators individually. Davis' aim is to evaluate the full curriculum of care and to share findings with staff and the administration to promote and expand each facility's successful procedures and generally make the .facility as pro- ductive and safe as it can be for blinded veterans. He also holds information sessions for the veterans and provides literature about BVA. Davis' BVA evaluations have brought about a number of improvements to blind rehabilitation services, such as making sure each of the facilities has the training andequipmem it needs. What BVA Does All this is just one way BVA fulfills the mission it's pursued since the end of World War II: to promote the welfare of blinded veterans so that, notwith- ~ffnding'fl~eif dtsab'flities, they may take their rightful place in the community and work with their fellow citizens to- ward the creation of a peaceful world. Through its free service programs, re- gional groups, resources, and advoca- cy before the legislative and executive branches of government, it makes life better for blinded veterans. Where To Learn More Because BVA advocates for all blind- ed veterans, whether they are members of the organization or not, and regard- less of bow their visual impairment occurred, veterans old and young and who experience vision loss can call BVA at (800) 669-7079, or visit www.bva. org, to get connected with the rehabil- itative services they may need and have earned. For more about VA health care, visit www.va.gov/health. The Career You've Worked Hard For in a Community You'll Be Proud to Whether you have twenty years on the job or you're just out of nursing school, you'll find a rewardin RN career atARH serving the people and community you love. Serve. APPLY NOW Appalachian Regional Heahhcare EOE M/F/DN Call 1-855-WORK-ARH or visit www.ARHCareers.org *Contact us to see if you qualify. (!} I