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10 - Hinton Newts Tues. May 16, 2017 o/#t l U OPEN.HOUSE 7th AnnUal Open House Beyond Wishes Therapeutic Riding Program On Sunday May 21St 2017, 1-5 p.m. Come see what we are about. There will be demonstrations, food, music and more Bring your favorite dish to share. For more information contact BWTRP at beyondwishestrp@hughes.net or chock out our Facebook page, or call 304-466-0431. COMMMUNITY LUNCH First Presbyterian Church (corner of 3rd. Avenue and Ballengee Street) is having a Community Lunch on Thursday, May 25th. at noon. Everyone is invited! HISTORICAL SOCIETY The Summers County Historical Society will meet on Tuesday evening May 16, at 6:00 p.m. in the basement of St. Patrick Church. Please bring food and/ or drink items to be shared. A business meeting and program will follow the meal. All members are encouraged to attend and the public is invited to attend. JAM SESSION We are having a Jam Session at Jumping Branch Senior Center on Rt. 3. We have Hot Dogs, and baked goods to sell. It is for the upkeep on the building. Starts at 5:30 %i1? So come with a song, story, and enjoy all. Come one Come all and any age BE AN LPN IN ONE YEAR Welcome Saturday, May20. Be an LPN in one year at Summerrs County School of JONES-THOMPSON REUNION Practivcal Nursing 304-466-6040, TheDescendantsofWilliam"Ed" Ext. 305 or Visit the Summers Jones and Bertie Thompson Jones County School website at; http:// will be having the annual family w w w. e d 1 i n e. n e t / p a g e s / reunion on Saturday, May 27th at summerscountyschools. Calvary Baptist Church picnicApplications are now being shelter, Rod Sulphur Springs WV. accepted for a June 1, 2017 testing All relatives and friends aredate. welcome to come. Bring yourself, Discrimination prohibited on the family, and a covered dish for one basis of sex, race, colr, religion, afternoon of fellowship and fun. disability, age and national origin. Meeting will be 12:00 Noon with dinner at l:00pm. WV State Water Festival Pretty Baby Contest August 3rd @ First Presbyterian Church in Hinton SPAGHETI~I DINNER We are having a Spaghetti Dinner at James Chapel Church, True, WV May 20, 4 to 6 p.m. Cost is $5 kids under 12, $7 for adults. Come enjoy spaghetti, salad, dessert, drinks & good fellowship. YARD SALE A Yad Sale wil be held May 27. Beginning at 8:00 a.m. Creek Run Farm, 4068 Route 12, Forest Hill NOTICE Due to recent loss of Mr. Joe Bigony the former treasurer of the Hilltop Cemetery Restoration Project, the position has now been filled by Jack Whitaker a former Fayette County teacher. For all donations to the Hilltop Cemetery, send to the Hilltop Cemetery Company, 146 Cross St., Hinton WV. 25951. Don't let money fly out your win- dows. Professionally installed win- dow film can help save on expensive energy. Come join us and support the Water Festival. $10 entry fee until June 30th. Any application received after June 30th is $15. No applications will be accepted after July 1 5th, pre registration is required. The address to send your entry and fee is on the application. You may print the application off the website or the facebook group or contact Pamela Hartwell on facebook or email at pshartwe1184@gmail.com and we will send you an application, http'Y/ wvstatewaterfestival.wixsite.com/ wvstatewaterfestiv)al L CH Fillet Prebyterian Church (corner of3rdAve. & Ballengee St.) is having a Community Lunch on Thrusday, May 25, at noon Everyone is invited!! SCARSE MAY MEETING The Summers County Retired School Employees (SCARSE) will meet on Saturday, May 20 at 10:00 a.m. in the Graham House at Lowell. Our Legislators are slated to attend. The meeting will begin with brunch and those planning to eat shoud call 466-3389 by May 18 to insure that adequate preparations for food may be made. Allmembers are urged to attend and prospective members are invited to attend. lie nlvers om,ng Adult s6.Student SS-Matinee s4 Bockley, W.Va. - The Alzheimer's Association, West Virginia Chapter will present Alzheimer's & Dementia University for Families & Professionals on Tuesday, May 16, in Beckley at WVU Toch - Beckley Campus in the Carter Hall Auditorium, located at 313 S Kanawha Street. Alzheimer's & Dementia University for Families & Professionals is a one day conference for family caregivers and:healthcare professionals offering ~ontini2ing education credits for physicians, nurses, and social workers. "Giving caregivers tools to help a person with dementia preserve their dignity is at the heart of Alzheimer's and Dementia University," said Carolyn Canini, Program Director for the Alzheimer's Association West Virginia Chapter. 'TC'e're delighted to provide both family and professional caregivers in Southern West Virginia the opportunity to focus on learning and filling their toolboxes." Topics covered at the conference will include recommendations for legal and fina~'lal concerns; tips for working with he~dthcare providers; identifying available caregiver resources and community partners; and a brief overview of the definitions and reporting process of adult abuse, neglect and exploitation, along with medication safety and management. Speakers include Debra L. Lilly, Ph.D., Hospice & Palliative Care/ CLC Psychologist, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Bockley, WV; Brent Van Deyson, elder law attorney; and Alzheimer's Association staff. Registration opens at 8:30 a.m. and the conference is 9 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Lunch will be provided. To register for Alzheimer's & Dementia University for Families & Professionals, call 800.272.3900 or register online at alz.org/wv. The registration fee is $10 for family and professional caregivers. 4.5 Social Work & Nursing CEUs and Physician CMEs are approved for an additional $20 fee paid directly to CAMC Health Education & Rosearch Institute at conclusion of program. Alzheimer's & Dementia University for Families & Professionals is jointly provided by CAMC Health Education & Research Institute. Summers County BOE Recognizes Student Achievements Cole Cross, Christian Lilly, Ike Pack The Summers County Board of Education met on Tuesday, May 9th in the auditorium of Summers County High School to recognize many students for various achievements, including Matt F1eshman, who was named WVVA Student of the Month, and Christian Lilly, who was accepted into the Naval Academy's summer program. Several classes were also recognized; students from Amy Wykle's A+ Essentials and Networking+ classes were recognized for passing the certification exams for their respective courses, and students from Jessica Adkins' Certified Nursing Assistant training class were recognized as well for passing a certification exam. The SCHS band was recognized for scoring a 2 at a judging competition at Woodrow Wilson High School; the Future Farmers of America land- judging team was recognized for placing third in a competition of land-judging and first in home site judging. Recipients of the Promise Scholarship were also recognized. Following recognition of SCHS students, the Board recognized winners and state-wide competitors in the Social Studies Fair from Hinton Area Elementary, and several students from Jumping Branch Elementary that were chosen to act as paiges. Following recognitions, the BOard moved on to consent items, including approval of minutes, payment bills, out-of-county transfers, and the annual AP Civics field trip to Washington D.C. The board discussed the Five Days Reimagined plan which would allow students in Summers 'County to miss five more snow days that would not require making up at the end of the year, bringing the total of built in days to eleven. Tteachers will send home "snow packets" to be completed and turned in for a grade to offset the missed learning time, and faculty must still report to work during the five days. Superintendent Kim Rhodes stated her report along with future plans of the board. As stated in her report, there are currently 1531 students currently enrolled in Summers County Schools and Talcott Elementary has also invited the board to attend their straight A banquet. Regarding the 5th grade, both the Talcott and Jumping Branch elementary students will be going back to their respective schools next year, but HAE students will remain at the middle school due to space constraints. The next board meeting will take place at the Board Office on May 23rd at 10am. NOTICE BE AN LPN IN ONE YEAR The Summers County School of Practical Nursing is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 class beginning 10-2-2017. Applications may be obtained by visiting the Summers Co. Schools website at: http'J/boe.sammers.kl2.wv.us/l-p-n- nursing-program or by calling the Summers Co School of Practical Nursing at 305-466-6040 ext 305. The program is a 12 month course accredited by the West Virginia State Board of Examiners for Licensed Practical Nurses. Classes begin on the 1st Monday in October and end the following September. Class and clinical sessions are Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Twenty two students are accepted into the program each year. Discrimination is prohibited on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, disability, age, and national origin. t. Neely Seams who will be portraying Medal of Freedom winner Katherine Coleman Goble Johnson. GREENBRIER HISTORICAL SOCIETY The Sunday, June 11, event of Sulphur, lived there during part woman and I am delighted to the Greenbrier Historical Society's of her childhood, and even worked showcase this educational and (GHS) Home Tour Weekend is an briefly during the summers at The historic drama in Mrs. Johnson's opportunity for GHS to showcase Greenbrier. hometown, WhiteSulphurSprings," the Villageof White Sulphur While she has only recentlysaid Ms. Barry. Springs. become famous through the book She added, "It is important to These activities follow the Gala about her called "Hidden Figures" learn about her early years and; on Friday, June 9 from 5-7 p.m. at by Margot Lee Shetterly, the movie how many people invested in her the home of Angus Peyton and the of the same name starring Taraji obvious talent." historic homes tour on Saturday, P. Henson as Ms. Johnson, and her Neely Seams is from ~Lewisburg, June 10, from 10-~ p.m. Medal of Freedom award, the story West Virginia. She is a Theatre White Sulphur Springs was of Katherine Johnson has grabbed Performance Major at Marshall chosen for the Sunday event in the imagination of everyone. University where she will be a January, 2016 and no one could That is especially true of the sophomore next fall. have predicted the devastation that people of the Greenbrier Valley. She has been involved with would strike in June. Janice Cooley, member of the theatre her entire life and has However, the city is making aBoard of the Greenbrier Historical competed in the national poetry remarkable recovery and MayorSociety, said, "Everyone seems recitation competition, Poetry Out Lloyd Haynes is eager to continue surprised that they did not know Loud, where she had the honor of with this plan. this story, representing her state twice at the The event will consist of a tour of That is one of the reasons we are national level. the historic St. Thomas Episcopal so pleased to be able to share this Ms. Seams said, "While I am Church, a monologue by local performance." sharing this wonderful story I am actor Neely Seams as she portrays As a part ofthe event on Sunday also learning more about African Katherine Coleman Goble Johnson, afternoon, June 11, at 2:00 p.m. American history, women's history, MedalofFreedomwinnerandWhite and again at 4:00 p.m., Neelyand local history that is so often Sulphur native, and afternoon tea Seams will be portraying Katherine pushed aside." served in Butler Memorial Hall Johnson using a script written and Tickets are available at the North located in the church complex, directed by Pamela Barry with the House Museum and the Greenbrier : Ti~e first seating wiii t)e at 2:00 permission Of the Jol~nson family. Convention and Visitors Bureau p.m. and the second seating will be Pamela Barry retired from thein Lewisburg; City Hall in White at 4:00 p.m. Tickets are limited to U.S. House of Representatives and Sulphur Springs; and from GHS 90 per seating, moved to Lewisburg to begin a new board members. St. Thomas Episcopal Church career. Gala tickets are $60; tour tickets was established in 1886 on the She became a professional actor, are $30; and tea tickets are $20. grounds of what was then The Old but now has found a new passion, A special value weekend package White Hotel, predecessor of The writing and directing her own of tickets to all three events is Greenbrier, for Episcopalians who shows, available for $100. were staying at the resort. Pamela wrote, directed, and While home tour tickets will be In the early 1930s, the resort produced three shows forthe available at each house on the day wanted to add a wing to the hotel Greenbrier Historical Society: of the tour, gala and tea tickets and needed to move the church. Historic Ghosts, Historic Tragedies, must be purchased by June 2. Thepresentchurchwasdedicated and Historic Graveyard Townsfolk. Please call 304-645-3398 for in 1932 and contains many of the She also manages an Alpaca more reformation. furnishings and fixtures from the farm and rescues retired racing TheGreenbrierHistoricalSociety original church and those can be greyhounds, thanks The Greenbrier Resort for viewed on the tour. "I am honored to be involved in helping to sponsor these events and Arguably, White Sulphurthe Katherine Johnson project and the Bluebell, Lewisburg, Savannah, Springs' most famous native excited to be working with Neely and Old WhiteGarden Clubs for child is Katherine Coleman Goble Seams, a very talented actress, providing flower arrangements and Johnson who was born in WhiteMrs. Johnson is a' remarkabledocents. NOTICE Do you have a diagnosis of breast cancer or know someone who does? Do you need a mammogram and cannot afford one? Do you live in Summers County? If the answer is yes Walk for Her Lifetime can help. We are an organization that offers mammograms and financial aid to those who have a diagnosis of breast cancer. It doesn't matter, if you have insurance or not because we cover items most insurance does not. For more information call 304-288-9189 or304-575-7026. The man who makes no mistakes lacks boldness and the spirit of adventure. He never tries anything new. Re is a brake on the wheels of progress. --M.W Larmour Originality does not consist in saying what no one has ever said before, but in saying exactly what you think yourself. --James Stephens $11flCWINIG 11 15 W[[I May 19 - May 22 Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Rated PG-13 2 hrs 16 rains Frl 7:~ p.m. Sat 4"~ p.m. 7:30 p,m. Sun 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Mon 7"q0 p.m. thritzwv HINTON HISTORIC DISTRI=w,~