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TWV Local * Auditions zeatre West Virginia, Beck]ey's 42 year old production company who each summer produces the Hatfield's & McCoy's, Honey In The Rock, and a Broadway Musical,' which this yea/will be Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, will be holding auditions for this summer dramas. Local auditions for all three productions will be held Saturday, March 30th. 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm at the Theatre West Virginia office in, Mabscott, WV. For more information on auditions please call Theatre West Virginia at (304) 256.6800 or 1-800- 666-9142. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO PUBLIC Purpose: The Summent County Board ofhcation will hold a Imlflie hearing reprding the proposed operating budget of the Summem County Schools for final year 2002-2(}03 for the purpme Of hcurin8 any pemea or pereem widdng to qmk regerdlng part, or all of such Imdget. Data: April 16, 2002 Time: 6:30 P.M. Place: Summers County Schools Board of Education Building 116 Main Street Hintan, WV 951 Note: Proposed budpt document is available to the public for inJpmtion bqinning ot 8:00 A.M. on March 26, 2002. HN March 26 LEGAL NOTICE City of Hinton 2002-2003 Fiscal Year Levy Estimate STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA MUNICIPALITY OF HINTON In accordance with Code 11-8-14, as amended, the Council proceeded to make an oetimata ofthe amounts necosary to be caiced by levy of taxes for the current fiscal year, and does determine and estimate the several emeunta to be as followl: CURRENT REGULAR MUNICIPAL PURPOSES ESTIMATE The amount due and the amount thst will become due and collectible from every muroe during the fiscal year INCLUDING THE LEVY OP TAXES, ie as follows: SOURCE Ad Valorem Tense $257,745.00 Gas & Oil Severance Tax 863.00 Excise Tax on Utilities 93,000.00 Sinm & Cocupeeon tax ,so.oo Wine & Liquor Tax 9,750.00 Animal Control Tax 140.00 Hotel OcoupancyTax 10.00 Fines, Fees and Court Coeto 1,600.00 Parking Vice|ins 100.00 Licenses 3,750.00 Building Permit Fees 12,000.00 Miscellaneous Permits 600.00 Franchise Fees 24,800.00 Parks & Recreation 12,000.00 Parking Meter Revenues 1,500.00 Police Protection Feet 9500.00 Greenbrier Valley Medical Center Greenbrier Valley Medical Center recently honored school nurses in Greenbrier, Pocahontas, Monroe and Summers Counties with a special luncheon to celebrate National School Nurse Day. Celebrated on the fourth Wednesday of January, National School Nurse Day is designed to recognize the hard work and dedication of school nurses and to promote the health of children across our communities. School nurses attending this year's celebration at Greenbrier Valley NOTICE .... BIG BEND PSD The Big Bend Public Service District will hold their monthly meetings on the second Tuesday of each month at the water plant at 3:45 P.M. Big Bend PSD serves the areas of Talcott, Hilldale, Pence Springs, and Willowwood Road. The public is invited toattend these meetings. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF TRUSTEE S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by virtue of a certain deed of trust dated December 14, 1999, and of record in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Summers County, West Virginia in Trust Deed Book No. 169, at page 287. made by Tarnmy Fitzpatrick to M. Frances Crook and E. Kent HeIlems, as Trustees, to secure City National Bank of West :Virginia in the payment of the sum of Twenty--One Federal Government Grants 20 000.00 pusand Five Hundred and O0/,100 D01!rs ($21,500 TOTAL REVENUE $1,031,808.00 ESTIMATED CURRENT EXPENDITURE8 Mayor's Office $15,730.00 City Council 28,216.00 City Clerk's Office 79,136.00 Police Judge's Off]co 1,000.00 City Attorney 5,200.00 Community Development 17,250.00 Elections 3,300.00 City Hall 68,359.00 Other Buildingc 16,575.00 Hydra-Electric Power 19,0.00 Police Department 274,503.00 Fire Department 205,442.00 Dog Warden 6,600.00 Emergency Services 600.00 Streets & Highway Department 156,098.00 Street Lights 58,000.00 Signs & Signals 1,150.00 Snow Removal 6,000.00 Central garage 4,150.00 land fill/Incinerator 8,400.00 Health Department 3,000.00 Sewer Department 500.00 Parks & Recreation 29,799.00 Visitors Bureau 1,700.00 Fa/ra & Feetivals 2J}00.00 Youth Pregram 6,000.00 Historical Landmarks Commission 1,200.00 4-h Camp 2,000.00 Library 4,000.00 Beautification 3,400.00 Aging Program - Senior Citicono 4,000.00 TOTAL EXPENDITURES $1,03108.00 COAL SEVERANCE FUND REVENUE SOURCE Coal overanco tax $6,800.00 TOTAL REVENUE SOURCE $6,800.00 ESTIMATED CURRENT EXPENSES City Attorney $6,800,00 TOTAL EXPENDITUBS $6,800.00 LEVYJJAGE For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 200 ASSESEI1 VALUATIONS - PROPOSED LEVY RATAND TAXES LEVIED FORALL I'URSI)SFS Municipality of Hie|on Eotor Column E from Certificate of Valuation Close i lJropartY Tax Purpose Permmal ireparty 703,498. Public' IJtilitie 57.6U. 'lbtal Jm I ' 761.109. Clase 1 I)rnperty Real Hatato 12,940,319. Iorm(tal Property 21,2(}4: l %Lvl Cbam I! 12,961,52:1. Class [V Praperty Reel l*lata ifl,657,iX)'l. I',;r,el I'roperty 10,1:12,515. PublicH Itilitlcm fi,!t 14.215. %tol $,%.. IV :gt,7(gJ,72:l.' T( )TA J, A.% I*L E D VAI,IIE $47,42fi.355. Curroet Fxpenmm Ja,vy Igald $IN1 *x*m l*,vk.l CleaN[ Prtq;rty " I%.rma[al Prqa:rty 12.5 8.1. I *aldicll ItiJithis 12.5 72. "lbtol (flatm I 12.5 951. Clese !1 J'nqrty Ib:al Jttote 5. 32,350. Pvrsoqal Prperty Y,5. 53. 'fiJtel (fluJ* Ji "|2,4i}3. Cbtse V Projirty Ib:.l lto U: fd}. g;I,2ttS." I**rmnal Proirty f), rdlJi2. Puldkl Itiiiti. 50. 34,571. ltP..I iias IV 16H,SDI. 'lbtal rej,.ttI Pnq,rty Ta Ihvem,, 2111 .t72. I12.11"1,2:1 5 ' 10,(PJ4. Im :112 - Tax INmmuota 2 % 4,(g17. lbtal roji:tmJ lttqarty 'fits ( dhltioii $1 7.741. 1I r Vahiatimt Fultd, :|% 5,fZ|2. Net ApOuIR tO bt; Its,awl Iy I,vy .f Pnqmrty *l*aom $IH2,11PJ. I.vy t[atea/Jqg# 'Jhs,* Jvh.J CJa.a j Property I%mnhl JJr*qmrty ,i2f, 4:|tJ. Publi(Jll Itilti*m fl.2G "16. 'l'tal lass 1 475 ( :lasa Pr.qrty I{.ml l'talm 12.5 16,175. J'etm,J I*rolmrty 125 i "I'rbll Class II 111.2111, ( :hlml IV Pr, Jparty I(eii italm It.fJ. 41,642 I.rmnJ Pn,jmrty p. '*'f,:12| I J'aid l*: )bhtltm 72, 17,2Hh, 'fi*tol flal IV 4,2f Ibbl Pr, qmrty 'Jx Ii*llltll* $1lNP,11:$4 J.tml 1| v, 1J;I,2:fi/5 % h,;l'l J,ss : 'l'aa lhm:,,..te 2 % 7.011 Net Aff/t*tU#,t U* I JtnllmJ by I.vy ,J Pr,j,rty lhmm $;J:;,miH SIJIte  Wlllt Vi|'gll|| ' Mu/li:[ImiJ| y of iIIN'I IN I. (yllthii i (}lr  Iterordr,JUt. M,0,.,.|lmhty . db he'by ,rttfy IJlttt IJtt Iollgoplng a trim ,t|,lt,a tlro|I, ttll i:orll ol ol,lerll ilmde mid lilrmJ by Il|ll Muu,"imhty,m tl 19th ,lay ,d Mar*'h 2ll112 fin Milr*J* 2fl, AJa'|l ,d and empowered to designate and appoint one or more substitute trustees in the place and stead of the trustees named in the Deed of Trust, and the undersigned, Arthur M. Standish and Donald J. Epperly, having been so appointed by the terms of a Designation of Substitute Trustee of record in said Clerk's office, and default having been made in the payment of said indebtedness and the Substitute Trustees having been requested in writing so to do by City National Bank of West Virginia, the owner and holder of said note, said Substitute Trustees, on U'ESDAY, the 16TH. DAY OF APRIL, 2002, at 1:00 p. m., will offer for sale and sell at public auction at the front door of the Courthouse of Summers County, West Virginia, to the highest bidder therefor, all that certain tract or parcel of land, together with the improvements thereon and tbe appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate in the City of Hinton, Summers County, West Virginia, and being more particularly bounded and described as follows: Being a portion of Lot No. 4, Block Letter "J" of the Map of the Plan of the City of Hinton, West Virginia, said lot fronting 25 feet on Summers Street and running back between parallel lines a distance o( 140 feet to en alley and acoining the lot formerly owned by James Mitchell on one side and the Mayor's Offico on the other, and being the westerly side of said lot. And being the same property conveyed to Tammy FiLtpatciek from Kevin Walker and Erie Walker, his wife, by Deed dated December 7, 1999, and of record in the aforesaid Clerk's office in Deed Book 199/707. The sale of the foregoing real property will be made subject to all exceptions, reservations, rights of way, easements, conditions, covenants, restrictions, leases and other servitudes of record, if any, pertaining to said real estate, subject to all matters disclosed by an examination and inspection of the property, subject to any ond all unpaid taxes assessed against said property, and to any further matters announced at said sale. The sale of the foregoing real property will also be made expressly subject to any and all other deeds of trusts, judgments, liens, and all other encumbrances of record, if any, having priority over the deed of trust referred to herein. Any sale hereunder may be adjourned from time to time without notice other than oral proclamation at the time and place appointed for the sale. The Substitute Trustees reserve the right to reject any or all bids. TERMS OF SALE: 10% cash in hand on day of sale, and the balance in cash at closing within 30 days of the date of the sale. Iurcbaser shall pay for transfer stamlm and recording fees. Additional terms of sale may be annouoced prior to the sale. I)ated this lSth. dayofMarch. 2002 Arthur M. Standish, Substituto Trustee Donald J. Epperly, Substitute ustoc IIN March 26, April 2. 9 Senior Citizens Health Fair The Summers County Council on Aging, Inc., and the Summers County Appalachian Regional Hospital are co-sponsoring a Senior Citizens Health Fair which will be held on Tuesday, April 23rd., from 7:30 a. m. - 11:00 a. m. The Health Fair will provide a multi-test blood screening, blood pressure, health care information, and educational information. All tests will be performed by Registered Laboratory Technicians from the Summers County Appalachian Regional Hospital Laboratory. Persons desiring the blood screenings are required to fast for 12 hours prior to the blood being drawn (no food, but water is allowed), and medications are to be taken as you normally would. . These services are:alllle to Summers Cbhty Seri'ioJi2ens, age 60 and over,.and o-their eligible spouses, at no cost. All Seniors may participate in the Health Fair, but the blood screenings will be limited to 50 individuals. Seniors interested in the blood screenings MUST pre- register by calling Rose Moten at 466-4019 by April 12th. Southern & Greenbrier Valley SCD's Plan Joint Land Judging Contest All area FFA/VO-AG, Envirothon Teams, 4-H and Conservation Clubs are encouraged to participate in the Southern Soil Conservation District's Annual Land Judging Contest scheduled for Wednesday, May 1st. at the Plant Materials Center in Alderson (Summers Co.) The contest will begin promptly at 10:00 A. M. Call the Southern SCD Office at (304) 253-0261 for information and registration forms. NOTICE CLOTHES CLOSET Clothes Closet at Grace Baptist Cfiurch, Sand Knob Road, Nimitz, will be open every Thursday from 7:00 to 9:00. Call 466-1615 for more information or appointment for other days. A church that cares because Jesus Cares. /23 1/2 Hour Towing / Road Service /Unlocking Service /General Motors Warranty Towing ,/'Ford Motor Co. Warranty Towing /Light Mechanical Repairs /Free Storage first five days on Police Tows /Roll-Back /Complete Autohody Shop /Alignments ,/Bake Oven 4'AND MUCH! MUCH! MORE!! Tues. March 26, 2002 Hinton News - 5 Celebrates National School Nurse Day Medical Center were Pat Withrow, Greenbrier County; Janie Thompson, Summers County; Paula McCoy, Greenbrier County; Michelle Stephens, chief nursing officer at Greenbrier Valley Medical Center; Lois McCutcheon, Monroe County; Peggy Dorsey and Margy Bruns, both of the Rainelle Medical Center school-based health program. Not pictured were Brenda Tuckwiller, Greenbrier County and Linda McCoy, Pocahontas County. TOPS Take Off Pounds Sensibly is a support group for those striving to lose weight. Join with us on Thursdays 5-7 PM at the Methodist Educational Building on 3rd. Avenue, Hint0n. SCHOOL MENU I Week of March 27th. thru 29th. BREAKFAST Wed. March 27th. Blueberry muffin, jelly or honey, cheerios, variety cold milk. Thurs. March 28th. Chicken fajita, tater tots & dip, 100% orange juice, variety cold milk. Fri. March 29th. No. School. LUNCH Wed. March 27th. Chicken HAE STUDENTS OF THE MONTH NAMED Congratulations to HAE students of the Month for January; Coty Yancey, Ashley McReynolds, and Marcus Lambert. Students are nominated by classroom teachers in one of the following areas: Academic Achievement, Good Behavior, or Overall School Improvement. HAE thanks the following sponsors: Zapper's Pizza, Cobblestone Cafe, McDonald's, Long John Silvers, Grandpa's Store, Kirk's, Dairy Queen, Big Four Drug Store, Go Mart, and Subway. *** Hinton 2002 Bloobmobile Dates Dost thou love life? Then do not May 3rd. Friday 12-6. squander time, for that is the July 12th. Fridayl2-6. stuff life is madeof. September 13th. Friday 12-6. --Benjamin Franklin November 8th. Friday 12-6. The Power of Social Work. Community Needs. Human Connections. March is National Social Work Month. Summers Continuous Care Center is pvud of our Social Ibrkers for their part in helping connect the communi O, with our continuous care centet: Regina Ellison Penny Cole If you have questions about our facility and the services we offer, please connect with Regina or Penn) at: glazers & dip, navy beans w/ham I .o0"... bits, cornbread muffins, student I L'_ chooses from cabbage or kale, fruit l "I7. pizz :variet:, o milk: Fruit & ! ,., Thu00. Ma,,ch 00th. Corn. dog, macho nacho & cheese, beannie q qt&a.a.iJl.i.-= weenies, juicy fresh grapes, variety cold milk. Fri. March 29th. No. School. Summers Continuous Care Center John Cook Road ..... : i".H,tlda|e (near,Hinn) --" =.- (304) 466-0332 h "1o00" est eslo 1st " ARH ff jo00ns sta Charanjit Singh Bahniwal, MD Please loin us in welcoming Dr. Bahniwal to our community. Summers County ARH Hospital and the ARH Summers County Clinic are pleased to welcome Charanjit Singh Bahniwal, MD, to the staff. If you need help dealing with your pain, Dr. Bahniwal is trained to assist patients with their pain management needs. These con- sultations will take place at the ARH Summers County Clinic. Ask your physician for a referral. ARH ARH BUMMERB CIDUIqTY CLINIC Terrace Street Hinton, West Virginia 25951 (304) 466-2905 APPALACHIAN FIEOIONAL I'AUTHCAIq The Medical Centers of the Motoins