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12- I-Hnton News Tues. March 21, 2017 • t NEW RIVER GREAR FEST Musical equipment, audio and home theater gear, computer, and electronics Swap and Shop! Will be held on April 1, 20"17 at the Freight Depot, 509 Commercial Street, Hinton, West Virginia. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., 10'x 15Tendor spaces $20. Stage Area for Open Mic and Jam Sessions. Free Parking available. Hot-dogs, snacks and drinks being sold. Free admission and contributions appreciated! Contact David Williams at 304-894-5446 or 304- 890-4602. Emaih davesele@hotmail.com. Sponsored by Camphell-FlanaganMurrell House Museum. JUMPING BRANCH CARNIVAL Jumping Branch Elementary will be having their annual school carnival on Saturday, April 29th. Come early for breakfast and a game of corn hole. Evening activities will begin at 4 PM which include dinner, king/queen coronation, games, and conclude with a auction. COMMUNITY DINNER 10th Annual Lick Creek Baptist Church Community Dinner will be held on Saturday March 25, 11:00- 2:00 p.m. Great Friends, Fellowship & Food. LCBC is located off164, Exit 143 in Green Sulphur Springs, WV . Dinner will be held at the church fellowship hall. Menu will consist of Ham, Pinto Beans, Potatoes, Cole Slaw, Cornbread, Homemade Desserts & More. Everyone is Welcome! PUBLIC NOTICE The Summers County Dilapidated Structure Committee will meet quarterly the third Thursday at i p.m. in the Summers County Memorial Building. The 2107 Meeting Dates are as follows: • March 16, 2017 • June 15,2017 • September 21, 2017 • December TBA Regular Meeting Agenda • Welcome and Determination of Quorum • Old Business • Review and Approv,'l of Minutes • New BuSiness • Other Business • Adjourn For more information contact Stacy Ford, 304-466-7113 or email sford2@wvstate.edu BUS TRIPS Greenbrier Valley Medical Center Sr Circle is sponsoring the following bus trips in 2017. Wednesday April 5th to Wohifahrt Haus Dinner Theatre. Show " The Buddy Holly Story~. A musical. Includes Lunch. Please sign up as soon as possible for this trip, as deadline is March 1 st. Tuesday May 9th to Wohifahrt Haus Dinner Theatre. Show ~l~ten Sings My Soul". Gospel musical. Includes Lunch. Wednesday May 31st to Stonewall Jackson Resort. Buffet lunch at the lodge and 2 hour boat cruise on the lake. Wednesday August 23rd to Smith Mountain Lake for a luncheon cruise on the lake. (Lunch is on the beat). Tuesday Nov. 28th to Barter Theatre. Show "Irving Berlin's White Christmas". A musical. Lunch is on your own at Cracker Barrel. All of the above trips will not return to Lewisburg until about 8:00 PM. Please bring a snack with you. To sign up please call Barbara Gibson at 304-520-4115. GVMC is owned in part by physicians. NOTICE Make A Difference... Donate,• .Volunteer...Foster...Adopt. Janet L. Richmond, BSW LSW, It was spring and the scene was Regional Director Children's Home begging to be a postcard. Located Society of WV. on Hicks Mountain near the Elk ACWP Phone 304-647-3430. Fax- 304- Knob Church, Wanda Massie and ACWP is a non-profit all 647-3589. herson, Gabe, use beth levels of the barn to store hay. volunteer group of individuals FAMILY PHOTO SHOOT Gabe told me they could store whose goals are to rehome pets and The Hinten Lions Club will be200-300 bales of hay in the building assist families who need help paying hosting an opportunity to get family each season. for spay and neuter of dogs and cats. portraits made. Made of chestnut it is believed We will rehome entire litters of See local Lion member or email the barn was built by Greenberry puppies whowill receive veterinary hintonlions@gmail.cem to obtain a Grimmett between 1880 and 1881. care before going to their forever coupon for a donation of $10 for an Mrs. Lowery said the new roofing homes. If you would like us to visit 8x10 family portrait, with the option was added in 2008 as the old one your educational event please give of buying a package of your choice had deteriorated beyond repair. us a call. 855-984-7387. of that or other photos. Based on the design of the building For spay/neuter assistance go to Photos will be taken Frida), it may have originally beer built as www.acwp-wv.org and fill out a March 31st in the evening anda house. Mrs. Massie said a man Voucher Request Form. If you see a Saturday, April 1 all day by named Guy Presley stopped at her dog or cat in a neglectful situation appointment only. home and told her he had lived in please call the sheriff. If you see a Photos will be available for pickup stray dog on the road please call the within one week. Animal Control Officer. far from where he lives --Paul Strand The artist's world is limitless. It can be found anywhere, or a few feet away. It is always on his doorstep. Help Our .Heroes Keep'Our Community Fire Safe Firefightere can better teach schoolchildren about safety when their communities contribute toward supplies and material•. *Inspect to be sure you have working smoke alarms on every level of your ho~e, inside each bedroom and outside each sleep- ing area. For the best protection, interconnect the smoke alarms so when one sounds, they all sound. • Make sure everyone knows the sound of the smoke alarm. • Choose an outside meeting place a safe distance from your home where everyone will meet. • Make plans for anyone who has a disability or needs help escaping. Practice your home fire escape drill. • Have a home fire escape plan and have an escape drill twice a year. • Hold escape drills during the day and at night. -If children or others don't wake when the smoke alarm sounds, assign someone to wake them up. When the smoke alarm sounds, get outside and stay outside! • Leave immediately and go right to your outside meeting place. • Don't go back inside for any reason. *Once you're safely outside, call the fire department from your cell phone or a neighbor's phone. .Tell firefighters if any people or pets are trapped in the home. How It Works Fire departments put the wish list together by creating a profile and clicking boxes to indicate the materials they need. Donors can purchase those materials by searching for their department's registry. The materials will be sent directly to the fire department. Tools and resources are also avail- able for departments to learn how to spread the word to the commu- • nity and engage potential donors. Further Facts You can learn more, including how to help, at www.sparkyswish list.org/give and (800) 344-3555. The deadline for donations is quickly approaching. (NAPS)--Individuals, groups and businesses in communities around the country can be heroes to some of the most admired peo- ple in America. That's because there's now an easy way to help firefighters edu- cate children and save lives. The Problem Every year, fire departments in the United States respond to more than 350,000 home fires, resulting in at least 2,500 deaths and more than 12,000 injuries. "We see fire-related injuries that might have been prevented if the victims had received fire safety tips, installed working smoke alarms or practiced an escape plan," explained James M. Shannon, president of the National Fire Protection Associa- tion (NFPA). "Our first line of protection is educating the community," said Shannon. "But tight municipal budgets mean less money for edu- cational materials." NFPA is a worldwide leader in fire, electri- cal, building, and life safety and is the program's sponsor. What You Can Do That's where community mem- bers like you come in. Through a registry called Sparky's Wish List: Partnering for Fire-Safe Commu- nities, community members can provide critical educational resources and materials. These materials are used by firefighters to educate children in fire safety and prevention during classroom visits, teach older adults in the community, provide lifesaving information to people with disabil- ities or reach out to residents dur- ing a fire station open house-~ especially during the annual Fire Prevention Week (October 7 to 13, 2012). The registry is named for Sparky the Fire Dog, NFPA's offi- cial mascot and spokesdog, He vis- its schools and participates in community events to spread fire safety messages, often accompa- nied by his firefighter friends. "Sparky's Wish List is designed to help close the gap between what fire departments can afford and what they need to educate on fire safety," said Shannon. Stay Safe at Home For example, fire departments distribute colorful workbooks and posters to schoolchildren and brochures to adults with the offi- cial Fire Prevention Week mes- sage: Have 2 Ways Out! Messages taught include: Plan your fire escape. • Walk through your home and plan two ways out of every room. One way'out will be the door, and the second way out may be a win- dOW. BARNS OF SUMMERS COVNTY-westvirginiaHeritage An extract from the book ..... for your enjoyment By Phyllis Campbell Whitley MASSIE BARN ON HICKS MOUNTAIN the "house" at one time. this photo is included in the book. Pages from a 1928 Saturday Mrs. Whitley is a lifetime Evening Post (insert at the right) member of the Summers County were pasted to the walls for Historical Society. The book can be insulation when this barn was purchased at the Summers County used as a home. Gabe had told me Pt~blic Library or by order at there were also newspapers, dating barnsofsummerscounty.com. Mrs. between1884-1893, in the building. Whitley's latest book is entitled Mrs. Massie was not home but had "Photographer on Horseback - given me permission to take all the John C. Wiker'. It details life of photographs I wanted. The inside a photographer who lived along of the barn was very dark, I was Little Wolf Creek in the ekrly alone, and I do not like to be in dark 1900s. It can be purchased from places where snakes might like to members of the Summers County live. I wasn't prepared with a flash Historical Society or by order at light and when I discovered thePost photographeronhorseback.com. pages I set the flash on my camera, Sale of the Barn book benefits took several photos and decided one the Library and sale of the Wikel good example was all I needed and book benefits the Summers County hastened my departure. A copy of Historical Society. Reps. Jenkins and Barletta ask HHS to Protect Drug-Exposed Newborns Asking HHS to help states develop safe care plans for newborns exposed to opioids, other drugs Celebrate Spring With (NAPS)---Any way you slice it, preparing a delicious and memo- rable ham dinner for Easter and other spring celebrations just got a lot easier. That's because there is a toll- free hotline you can call to get answers for all your ham-related questions. From selecting the right-size ham for your gathering to easy preparation tips and even recipes for the leftovers, the hotline is prepared to offer even the novice cook help every step of the way. Staffed by experts, the Kentucky Representatives Evan Jenkins An ~ "°r==aSy Ham Meal (R-W.Va.) and Lou Barletta (R-Pa.) are asking U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price to make sure states are developing safe care plans for babies born exposed to opioids and other drugs. Every 25 minutes, a baby is born in America with neonatal abstinence syndrome, or exposure to drugs in the womb. Despite a federal law requiring states to have safe care plans to protect vulnerable children and babies, only nine Instead of just using leftover ham i states and the District of Columbia "Since day one, I have worked to make sure that newborns impacted by the drug crisis have a chance at a healthy and happy start to life. That includes safe care plans, which ensure that states are monitoring the welfare and wellbeing of these vulnerable babies. Since some states are failing to comply with these requirements, it's imperative that we continue to hold them accountable. I am proud to work on this issue with Rep. Lou Barletta, a tireless champion on the issue of safe care plans for newborns. All in a sandwich, try recipes that are in compliance with the law. children deserve a safe environment Legend Ham Hotline at (866) 343- use ham to create a delicious This leaves defenseless tens of where they can thrive and grow," 5058 is open from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. ~ second meal. thousands of the youngest victims Rep. Jenkins said. Eastern Time, Monday-Friday, from March 15-April 30. Helpful Ham Hints *Most hams are precooked (read the label) and require only gentle reheating at 325° F to an internal temperature of 140° F. A boneless ham requires less than 10 minutes of preparation and is exceptionally easy to slice and serve. o A ham dinner also has added benefits--tasty leftovers that can be enjoyed in everything from budget-conscious casseroles to tacos, soups and sandwi.ches. • Allow ¼ to ~ pound of boneless ham per serving; ¼ to ½ pound for bone-in hams. • Ham is America's favorite choice for sandwiches, followedby pe.anut butter and jelly. Ham is America's favorite pork product. Kentucky Legend Hams have been made for more than 100 years--by hand--from a recipe handed down through genera- tions. They are produced by Spe- cialty Foods Group, Inc., a leading U.S. producer and marketer of a wide variety of premium-branded of the drug crisis- newborns. "I consistently hear about the and private-label processed meat "Children who are exposed to opioid epidemic when I am home products, opioids and other drugs before in Pennsylvania. No segment of Turn those leftovers into a deli- birth are helpless in avoiding our community is safe from the cious second meal with a ham and the pain an'd suffering caused by scourge of opioid addiction. Sadly, bean pot pie: withdrawal. As a society, we must that includes babies who are born Ham and Bean Pot Pie 2 cups diced Kentucky Legend Ham 1 (16-oz,) pkg. frozen peas and carrots 1 can great northern beans, drained 2 (103A-oz.) cans cream of potato soup ½ cup milk ½ tap. nutmeg ½ tap. black pepper 2 refrigerated (9") piecrusts Combine the first 7 ingredi- ents. Spoon into the thawed piecrust that has been placed in a 9-inch pie pan. Cover with top crust. Slit top crust. Brush with egg. Bake at 375° F for 45 minutes to an hour, or golden brown. Cool for 10 minutes. For more recipes, visit www.specialtyfoodsgroup.com. work to give every newborn the addicted. I am proud to have i opportunity to start their life as worked with Congressman Jenkins !healthy and happy as possible," on this comprehensive legislation Reps. Jenkins and Barletta wrote, that will help bring so many lives The members asked Secretary back from the brink of disaster, Price to make sure states are particularly those of the most complying with the law's reporting vulnerable amongst us, and I look ' requirements, that safe care plans forward to continuing to ensure are being developed, and to develop that our legislation is implemented best practices for states to reference in a way that will attack addiction when creating safe care plans, head on," Rep. Barletta said. Pictures must not be too picturesque. Mar 24= - 27= Rated PG . 2 hrs 9 rains --Ralph Waldo Emerson WIE[I Adult $~.Student sS.Matlnee s4 Fri 7:30 p.m. Sat 4'30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Sun" 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Man 7:30 p.m. * OPEN CAPTION SUNDAY (when available) for the hearing impaired. However, everyone is welcome. pu e in e e : HINTON HISTORIC OIS,.~l~ 4