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Talcott Character of the Month February: Front (L to R): Xana Kelley, Olivia Gill, Christian Dillon, Sarah Turner, Robert Tate Back (L toR): Macy Pitzer, Hannah Hart, Kacey Hicks, Emma Ford. 7:::.7:.&apos;.7.'.'.'.7.'.7:. iiii;iiiiiii!iiiiliiiiiiiiiiiii iilZiiiil;!i!iiiiiiiiiiiii!!i!i! ii!iiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiii ii!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Talcott Student of the Month February: Front (L to R): IViichael Carr, Alexandria Lefler, Kodant Gwinn, Beaux Delaughter, Brooklyn Caldwell Back (Lto R): Nevan Farmer, Nicholas Ward (K-2 Winner), Olivia Presley, Nikki Martin,Ashley Lowry, Caleb Boone (3-5 Winner). Girls 'Rightful Places' By Congresman Nick Rahall had successful women speak to their This year, Girl Scouts of the USA school or class, or offer "girls like celebrates 100 e rs ot buldln tl]emselves ysts..to tlmr, . courage,, confideahfl' dla?hcte#. orkprace.' The study also revhls What started as oe tro.p, in that wllilegirls are sttJl generglly: Savannah, Georgia, grew into a optimistic'about tileir futures, close . movement that today encompasses ' more than three million members and fifty million alumnae. When Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low created the Girl Scouts organization in 1912, her purpose was "to train girls to take their rightful places in litb, first as good women, then as good citizens, wives, and mothers." For several years after the death of her husband, Low searched for something useful to do with her life. Upon meeting Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides in England, Low was so impressed with his youth movement she formed the first troop of 18 American Girl Guides, as the Girl Scouts were first known, on March 12, 1912. What is especially important about the Girl Scouts' rich history of supporting women's leadership is their insistence on being a voice tbr. all girls, regardless of thei  background or neighborhood. As early as 1917, the first African- - American troops were established, as well as troops for disabled girls. Girl Scout troops supported Japanese-American girls in internment camps in the 1940s, and :- by the 1950s, Girl Scouts was leading the charge to fully integrate all of its troops. In 1956, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., called Girl Scouts "a force for desegregation." Girl Scouts of tim USA declared 2012 the Year of the Girl to focus national attention on girls and the issues they face. They also formed a new cause, "ToGetHerThere," aimed at creating balanced leadership in one generation, and' encouraging every member of society to do our part in supporting and advocating on behalf of girls. This is an important goal. Democracy works best when the perspectives and voices of all its citizens are heard.. By having more diversity in leadership - whether it's gender, religion, race or socioeconomic background - our country will make stronger, more representative choices, and will ensure that the interests of all of our citizens are heard. There is a tremendous role for women in West Virginia to play in helping the Girl Scouts achieve their goals. A comprehensive new research study comnfissioned by Girl Scouts called "ToGetHerThere: Girls' Insights about Leadership," suggests that girls need accessible ! leadership role models to emulate, with the majority of them saying they have never, or almost never, to three out of five girls think that while a woman can rise up in a company, she will only rarely be put in the very top leadership role. Additionally, 81 percent of 13- to 17- year-old girls believe the workplace could do a better job of meeting tim needs of their female workers. At ToGetHerThere.org, the public is asked join the cause to inspire girls by: * Becoming informed, learning about the need to solve this issue for girls today, and how a successful female leader positively impacts the world around her. * Speak!ng up for supportive environments in local communities, such as advocating healthy media images, helping identify effective mentors, increasing girls' involvement in (STEM), and joining the fight against bullying. * Investing in gdrls to invest in the future. As a leadership development organization for girls, Girl Scouts is a leading authority on girls' healthy development. The invaluable qualities the organization instills in young women have inspired leaders such as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Labor Secretary Hilda Sol,s, tennis star Venus Williams, singer Taylor Swift, and more than 20 of NASA's career astronauts. While we have made tremendous progress in fostering women's leadership over the past century, there is much more to be done. We can do better for our' girls and for ourselves. We can't transform societal barriers that hinder achieving full potential and success in one year, but we can raise awareness and expectations one child at a :time. U.S. Rep. Nick Rahall (D-WV) represents West Virginia's 3rd District. JOHN HENRY DAYS John Henry Days Committee will meet Thurs. April 19 at 7:00 p.m. at the Talcott Fire Dept. Everyone welcome, HEALTH DEPARTMENT Mondays and Wednesday's are our nursing service days. Children's immunizations, flu shots, blood pressure screenings and all other services are done on these days. If you have any questions please feel free to call 304-466-3388. If you are between the ages of 19. and 26, with or without insurance, and interested in receiving the Gardisil/HPV vaccine, please call the health department at 304-466- 3388. Tues. March 27, 2012 Hinton News - 5 HINTON LITTLE LEAGUE S! N-UPS March 17th, 24th. and 31st. Crystal Smith Sign-ups will be conducted at the Little League Park concession stand from 12-4 p.m. Returning players for all divisions must register. Household Registration is for all divisions of baseball and softball ages 4-18. Fee , $25.00 ($20.00 for each additional sibling). Shower for Anyone interested in coaching must register at these times also. If your C[ SlI]lith business or organization is interested in sponsoring a team please let us know. Little Wolf Creek Baptist 673 Church News, By Kathy Harris,Reporter CofltaCt Jeff [Javis 304- i7321 for more illfO. Mrs. Crystal Smith was given a household shower on February 19, at the Little Wolf Creek Fellowship Hall starting at 2:00 p.m. The shower washostedbytheLadies Steele' PI bing & Heati g Fellowship in honor of the newly S um n wed couple Mictiael and Crystal Smith members ofthe church. Commercial & Residential The fellowship hall was decorated white, in Valentine Pictures motif of reds, were made pinks with and ii - a 1601 Temple St., Hinton, WV 25951 i very special picture, of four .... .... . generations of ladies when families members arrived. Kathy Harris *24 Hour Emergency Service* * No Job To Large or Small* welcomed the ladies and thanked " Over 25 years Experience * Now Serving Hinton, Beckley and them for coming to this happy occasion. She shared scripture * Work On Ali Major Gas & Oil Lewisburg Areas* verses from Titus 2;3-4, that older Furnances * New Office In HinteR, WV * ladies are to teach young ladies to " All Septic (304) 466-3888 Hinton, WV love their husbands, to keep their homes and to love their children. Services/Inspections (304) 425-2888 Princeton, WY After a few comments she closed * Water Heater Sales & Services 10% OFF COUPON with prayer. Each lady was to write Certified Backflow Name: down some mhrtial advice for Crystal with her choosing tle advice Installer/Inspector Address: she liked the best. This lady won the (Certificate #2009011944) Phone: door prize. * Electric Rooter Service Coupon is Valid From Sept. 1,2011 Thru Dec. 31,2011. Cannot be Different games were played under the direction of Crystal's License #WV032709 used more than once, or With any other coupon. Customer must fill coupon out to be valid. mother Isa Smith. Refreshments ................... were se.rved before Crystal opened : ....... "! -'<*" "::::!}it!!: I  her gifts. Sandwiches, chips and dip, II,:. :, relish trays, smoked sausages, cake, "::i:i::.a: ............. :ii punch and soft drinks were served ISAIAH 6t:1 www.steeleplumbingandheating.com on pink valentine plates and napkins ....  .,,,Q[st'g 1 opened :di$]aied- e" ....... : T.' :' many beautiful and useful gi'tal, "" Everyone enjoyed being with ths C new bride encouraging her, even sharing funny things that had happened to them as new brides. Crystal thanked everyone for the gifts and for sharing this day with HOME OF THOSE '='""' 'u=L,,,,uo HOT DOGS! her. The Ladies Fellowship rejoice as thewatchthisyoungcouplein 00II>[ClllL00 &l D&II0000 I)UIFIES their first home attending church together. FAMILY COUNCIL MEETING The Family CouncilMeetingof DAILY S EC IALS Summers Nursing & Rehab Center Monday ............. Quarter Pounder .............. 82.69 is held the first Thursday of each month at 2:00 p.m. in the dining hall Tuesday .......... Barbeque Sandwich ........... $2.69 of the center. All families & friends Wednesday ........... Hamburger ............... $1.99 of present or past residents invited. The family council is an advocate Thursday .......... Steak Hoagie Or Roast Beef ........... $3.09 for resident rights and quality care, Friday .............. Large Fish Sandwich ............ $3.19 the family council provides a vehicle for family members and friends to COMBO MEALS voice their concerns and improve (INCLUDES SMALL FRENCH FRY AND SMALL DRINK) facility-wide smwices and conditions. Our goal is to enhance our loved ones Monday .............. Quarter Pounder ................ 84.99 nursing home experience by TueSdaY .............. Chicken Basket .... ~ ............ $4.99 participating in the following: 1. Participate in educational activities, ~ ................... Barbecue Saudwlch ............... $4.99 2. Discuss and offer suggestions Wednesday ........... Hamburger ................ $4.19 about facility policies ana Thursday ......... Steak Hoagie or Roast Beef ............ $5.59 procedures affecting residents care, treatment, and quality oflife, 3. Plan Friday ............... Ffsh & Fries ................ $4.49 resident and family activities, 4. " ................ Large Fish Sandwich .............. $5.59 Support for each other, 5. For any other purpose, a R"AKFIST S"CIIL..S By working together as a group to solve problems, families can make French Toast ~ $2.59 / Skillet Breakfast ~ $5.99 a difference. For more information Two Pancakes - $1.99 / 1 Biscuit, Bowl of Gravy, and Sausage ~ $1.99 please contact June Pendry 304-445- 7005. Full Brcaldhst JUST ARRIVED Opcll dailyti'om 6 a.ni. to 8 p.m. / Ph: 304-466-1700 Annual shipment of Fresh ecans, Episcopal Church Women. On thc Hinton By-Pass Call 466-3361, or stop by City National Bank. ':, ........ ............... <" .................................... . Engraved on affordable, American-made, Artworkengravedhe,e on buttstock. 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