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10 - Hinton News Tues. CAR SHOW Support the City of Hinton Each Month on the 2nd Saturday- starting May 13th, Hinton is the place to be! The month of May we are kicking it off with the car show and June is bringing Live Music! Come out each month to see what Hinton has to offer. Car Show When: May 13, 2017.p.m. Entry Fee: $15.00 Location: Post Office- 128 Ballengee St. Questions Call Eddie Fernatt (304) 578-3900 CARLOS & IMOGENE BONDS' 23rd ANNUAL PIG ROAST Carlos & Imogene Bonds' 23rd. Annual Pig Roast will be held atTalcott on May 20, 10:00 a.m. Until? at the Rollynsburg Baptist Church Picnic Shelter. Live Entertainment by: Tawny and Linda Boggs, Bluegrass Revival, Southern Gospel Music. Everyone welcome to come and join in the fun! Please bring a vegetable, dessert and beverage. No Alcohol allowed free will offering will be received Sponsored by Carlos and Imogene Bonds. GOSPEL SING DINNER The Jumping Branch- Nimitz Senior Community Center will be having a Gospel Sing on 5-13-17 at 6:00pro. Singer will be Mitch Turner. The Center is located on Rt. 3 behind Jumping Branch Tabernacle Church and beside Jumping Branch School. Please bring a covered dish. All ages welcome. WV WATER FESTIVAL GRAND PARADE The WV Water Festival Grand Parade celebrates this year's theme, "Rollin' on the Rivers." To register please contact Jennifer Buckland at jrbuckland327@gmail.com Parade will be August 5th, there is no fee to enter. Preregistration required. WV WATER FESTIVAL KAROKE The WV Water Festival Karaoke Contest returns this year on August 5th with DJ Greg Swagger! Pre- registration is required. Contact Jennifer Buckland for a registration form at jrbuckland327@gmail.com. Winner receives $25. CAR SHOW WV Water Festival Car, ~ruck &. Motorcycle Show The WV Water Festival is happy to announce our upcoming car, truck and motorcycle show! A pre-registration form is required in order to receive a dash plaque and a goodie bag. This event is free to enter and free to attend. For more information contact Jackie Ratliff304-661-0322. Sponsored by Mike Gwinn Farm and Family Insurance. WV WATER FESTIVAL VENDORS The WV Water Festival is now accepting vendor applications for their outdoor vendor event August, 4 & 5. Spaces are 12x12 for $50 for both days. $40 for one day. Call Kendra at 304-661-0422 WV WATER FESTIVAL The WV Water Festival is looking for 5 & 6 year old boys and girls who would like to run for the title Junior King & Queen. Each contestant will fundraise and the boy and girl who raises the most money will be crowned WV Water Festival Junior King & Queen. Contact Kendra for an application 304-661-0422. Adult $6*Student SS,Matinee s4 INDOOR YARD SALE Trinity United Methodist Church is holding an Indoor Yard Sale Friday, May 5th and Saturday, May 6th @ Trinity United Methodist Church from 8-2 p.m. Come out for a great deal and delicious food, which will be available for purchase. tuition, Convenient locations. ]ms that lead to careers. Dr. Steve Lichtenstein, one of the na- tion's top pediatric ophthalmologists, helps a young patient recover from eye inflammation using Avenova, a new eyelid hygiene product. May 2, 2017 oa d Alderson Community Market Opens Sunday, May 14, 2017 The Alderson Community Market will open for business on Sunday, May 14, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at the Greenbrier Interpretive Center (old Gulf Station) located on Route 3/12 by the old bridge in Alderson. The weekly market is open every Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. from May 14th thru October 1 5th and includes live music, activities for children, workshops, demonstrations, and a diverse group of vendors selling fresh local produce, animal products, hand- made crafts, baked goods, plants, and a variety of prepared food. The market is a project of the Alderson Community Food Hub and strives to strengttlen the community and local economy by creating opportunity for people to buy and sell locally produced goods in a dynamic, family friendly atmosphere. If you are interested in being a vendor at the Alderson Community Market, or would just like to know more information, please contact the market manager Jason Buchanan at (850) 274-8505, via email at j. 1.buchanan@gmail.com, or through our website at www.aldersonfoodhub.org. FARMER'S MARKET TRAINING There will be a meeting for the Summers County Farmer's Market participants, Tuesday, May 23 at the Summers County Memorial Building in Hinton starting at 10 a.m. Training for the Farmer's Market Coupons will be given on that day and we will be discussing Market operations. If you are interested in participating in the upcoming Summers County Famrer's Market please attend. If you have any questions or need moer information feel free to contact Daid Richmond or Stacey Ford at (304) 466-7113 or by email: David.Richmond@mail.wvu or sford2~stateeu.edu. WALK FOR HER LIFETIME ANNUAL SALE The Walk for Her Lifetime Committee will hold its Annual Yard/Bake/Hot Dog Sale in the Hinton House Community Room on June 10, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Our hot dogs and baked items are all homemade and delicious We are asking everyone who can to donate clean, usable household items to be sold at this event. Due to health concerns clothing and other fabric items cannot be accepted. The proceeds from this sale and other events throughout the year are used to assist the citizens of Summers County who have been diagnosed with breast cancer or to provide mammogrmns to those who can't afford one. To donate items or for more information concerning out services please call Stephanie Elkins, our yard sale coordinator, at 304-228- 9189. CAREER AND CUMMUNITY RESOURCES FAIR EVENT The Summers County Adult Education program and SPOKES are excited to announce that our third annual Career and Community Resources Fair will be held on Wednesday, May 3rd. from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the McCreery Conference and Events -Center on the corner of Ballengee Street and 2nd. Avenue. Set-up time for employers is at 9:30 a.m. Tables, chairs and electrical power will be available for you to display your materials. There will be light refreshments available. We are hoping for strong participation from the community and our area employers. We would appreciate your response to this invitation by April 26th so that we can plan accordingly. Please contact us with questions and/or to reserve a table at 304-466-4490 or via email at vuolojohn@gmall.com or drop by the 3rd floor of the library at 201 Teniple Street. We are excited to bring this opportunity to the community. We look forward to hearing that youwill be joining us as together we can build a sustainable and educated work force. SAVE THE DATE!! June 3, 2017 The 29th. annual Dickie Noel Memorial Golf Classic will be held on Saturday, June 3 at Willowwood Golf Course. Contact person is Greg Vandall at 304.57'5.3372. Additional information will be published soon. West Virginia Department of Education BARNS oF SUMMERS COUNTY-West Virginia Heritage An extract from the'book ..... for your enjoyment By PhyllisCampbell Whitley Seeks Input on State ESSA Plan The West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) is outlining several steps to further engage stakeholders to develop its state plan as part of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). ESSA was signed into law in December 2015, replacing the No Child Left Behind Act. The federal legislation represents a shift from broad federal oversight to greater flexibility of primary and secondary education at the state and local levels. ESSA requires all states to develop plans that address standards, assessments, accountability and support for struggling schools. States can choose to submit their plans to the U.S. Department of Education in either April or September 2017. To allow ample time to engage with stakeholders, incorporate recent legislative action and engage witE West Virginia's new governor, the WVDE has chosen to submit its plan in September. "It is imperative our ESSA state plan is reflective of input from all stakeholder groups," said West Virginia Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Steven Paine. '"e are working closely with our governor, educators, legislators, business leaders and community members to collect input on our state's education system." Several public engagement opportunities are planned in the coming months. WVDE will host a series of public webinars and various stakeholder meetings will be held in June and July to provide information regarding the development of the plan. A draft version of the plan will be available online in July and the public will be in,ted to review and comment. Interested stakeholders may also sign up to be contacted about the state plan and provide input by visiting: http://wvde.state.wv.us/ forms/essa/. In addition to the planned engagement opportunities, West Virginia,s plan will be reflective of stakeholder engagement that has already taken place. Regional meetings were held across the state with school districts to share the requirements of ESSA and explain the decision points available to the state. Two advisory groups were convened to address the changes with English Learners and Foster Care students. ESSA stakeholder meetings were held with educators in January to discuss the development of the state plan. Previous public input received surrounding standards, through the Academic Spotlight process, and statewide assessments will also shape West Virginia's state plan. "Based on conversations about the direction of our education system, I am very optimistic about our state plan because there is great alignment among our diverse stakeholder groups," Paine said. "I am very confident we will have a quality plan ready to submit in September." For more information, contact Kristin Anderson at the West Virginia Department of Education Office of Communications at Kristin.Anderson@k 12.wv.us or 304-558-2699. The Park/Tope Barn in the Brooks Community When Betty Park and Betty Tope grandparents were living here Vernon Cales. purchased their farm in 1994 they had no idea they would encounter a near catastrophe that was thrust at them in 1996. A tornado swept through the county, lifted up the roof of the barn, and set it six feet off center. 'Carlos and Donald Ward, with their crew, successfully moved the roof back to its rightful place. Looking at the barn today you would never know the potential demise that the barn might have incurred. Ms Tope said the tornado was very interesting, inasmuch as a few yards away, on the back porch, a plate of fruit peelings was not disturbed. Ms Park said a member of the family who had lived there years ago had visited them and told them about the farm and their ancestors. I contacted Mrs. Laura Dick at her home in Virginia and she shared information for the book. I will relate as much here as room allows. Mrs. Dick said her around 1880. They were James Owners after Mr. Cales included Alexander and Amanda (Grimmett) Roland Hall, the Plumley's and the Fox andMelville"Griff' and Lucinda Pendleton's. Johnson and the men built the log In 1994 the property on Fox barn sometime between 1880 and Cemetery Road in the Brooks 1890. James Fox had inherited the Community, Green Sulphur farm from his father, David Fox. District was sold to Ms Park and Mrs.Dickrecallshergrandfather, Ms Tope. James, as a talented man, he Mrs. Whitley is a lifetime was a farmer, an accomplished member of the Summers County carpenter, dealt in real estate, was Historical Society. The book can a blacksmith, a shoe repairman, be purchased at the Summers ferrier and tombstone salesman. County Public Library or by order The family raised sheep and her at barnsofsummerscounty.com. grandmother Amanda spun the Mrs. Whitley's latest book wool on her spinning wheel and is entitled "Photographer on made coverlets. Horseback - John C. Wikel". It She was known throughout the details life of a photographer who county for her beautiful coverlets, lived along Little Wolf Creek in the Mrs. Dick's father, William Arthur early 1900s. Fox had married the Johnson's It can be purchased from daughter, Charlotte Ellen (Johnson) members of the Summers County and they inherited the farm around Historical Society or by order at 1936. photographeronhorseback.com. They had six children. Mrs. Dick Sale of the Barn book benefits is now the only surviving member the Library and sale of the Wikel of that family. William Fox died in book benefits the Summers County 1955 and his wife sold the farm to Historical Society. e The Greenbrier Historical Society is proud to sponsor a unique, two day event Friday, May 12 and Saturday, May 13. In cooperation with the New River Community and Technical School, the grounds of Academy Park in Lewisburg will come alive with Native American drumming, dancing, culture and history. The purpose of this inter-tribal gathering is to provide the Native American community with the space to come together to reaffirm tribal ties and customs while at the same time offer an interactive educational opportunity to schools and the community to experience Indian culture in action. The public is welcome from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day. The traditional Circle will be the main focal point for activities and PIPESTEM RURITAN CLUB The Pipestem Ruritan club meets every fourth Saturday at 6:00 p.m. We have a wonderful dinner before our meeting. We would like to invite anyone interested in learning more about this service club to come and join us. We have a gospel sing the Friday before our meetings. Come join in the fun and fellowship. For more information please call Brenda Garcia at 304- 923-1622 or 304-466-6804. presentations. At 12:00 p.m. the traditional drums are welcome! Red River Drum, a living spirit, This educational and family teaching and Pow-Wow drum, will oriented experience is free and open the Circle: open to the public. No alcohol Veterans will lead the Grand or drugs. Greenbrier Historical Entry into the Circle and present Society welcomes vendors as the colors, well as the financial support of Traditional dancing will follow community sponsors for this event. and continue throughout the day. For more information contact: Other activities around the campus director@greenbrierhistorical.org will be Flying Higher Birds of Prey 304.645.3398 or tribelink@hotmail. demonstration at 11:00, learning corn 304.536.3188 lodges and modules about Native This project is being presented American Culture and Heritagewith financial assistance from the as well as historical exhibits and West Virginia Humanities council, vendors, a state affiliate of the National Visitors are encouraged to ask Endowment for the Humanities. questions to better understand this Any views, findings, conclusions important, living part of America's or recommendations do not story, necessarily represent those of the Dancers, join the Circle! West Virginia Humanities Council $20.00 will be awarded to theor theNational Endowment f or the first 15 dancers in full regalia. All Humanities. 'The trouble with some women is that they get all excited about nothing -- and then marry him. --Cher I think we are drawn to dogs because they are the uninhibited creatures we might be if we weren't certain we knew better. --George Bird Evans The great secret of a successful marriage is to treat all disasters as incidents ~nd none of the incidents as disasters. --Harold Nicolson SUMMER CLASSES Classes start May 22/ Get a head start on your college education or get ahead in your offered on campus and online. Register for summer classes by Thursday, May 11! HINTON HISTORIC Dl~'l~lw~ t 1