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#, I # i F  j.. $, r $, r' ?. I' 3 . I 2.. ^ . p • r. % : .rC P -- ' "' ' ' ' If  Tues. May 22, 2001 Hinton News - 5 Rachel ack Crowned f00eomm...t00 / SUMMERSCOUNTY BobcatBuketballCampfor M '" r' ' ..... s. FMU I  .ll tli, i,ii,   ' dl COMMUNITY WELLNESScENTER SCHEDULE OF ' i /°Va'J''"l"; '2"2" "' STREET, HINTON MAY 22- Basketball Camp for Boys will be career as a sports broadcaster. Amber Tomlinson of Florence was May 28 held the'weak'of June 18 Any boy Rachel Pack Rachel Pack of Hinton, was crowned Ms. FMU during the annual pageant at Francis Marion University, April 10. Pack was also named Ms. Congeniality• A junior mass communication major, Pack is involved with the Baptist Student Union o n campus and works at the FMU Writing Center• Upon • graduation, she plans to pursue a named first runner-up in the CRIDDLE-BIGGSREUNION pageant• She is a sophomore and is The descendants of Donald M involved in Alpha Delta Pi sorority, Criddle andAlma Biggs-Criddle will the Psychology Club, the •hold their 9th. annual Criddle-Biggs EnvironmentaI Club, intramural family reunion on Saturday,• May sports, Special Olympics, and the 26th. at the 4-H Campground in Baptist Student Union• She plans to Hinton. Fellowship to begin at 1:00 become an elementary school p.m., dinner, awards and games will teacher. Niki Chavis of Florence was selected second runner-up. She is a freshman and is involved in humerous fvh-nihhi rice efforts, including the Pee Dee Coalition against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, Toys for Tots, Kids Depot, Special Olympics, Manna House, and It's O.K. to Wait• She is also an intern at WPDE-TV 15 and a member of the Florence Little Theatre's Acting Guild and the S.C. Dance Theatre• She plans to attend graduate school and become a broadcaster. Ms. FMU represents the university at various functions Aynor. Ms. FMU must be a full-time student, have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0, and choose a community service project• The winner is selected based on an interview, pageant performance and overall bearing and ability to best represent Francis Marion University. begin at 3:00 p.m. To confirm, call Jean (304)466- 1008. ' GOsISEL SING A gospel sing will be held Saturday, June 2nd., at 7:00 PM at the Jumping branch/Nimitz Senior Citizens Center featuring: Heavens Harmony and the Senior Citizens Choir. Everyone Welcome. CAC OFFERS TEEN ART CLASS The Child Advocacy Center Project of REACHH-Family Reosurce Center is currently Offering art classes for teens on throughout her reign. She also Monday evenings from 5-7 PM. The assists with high school recruitment classes are being held at the and community serviceprojects REACHH office in Avis (176 sponsored by the university• The Pleasant Street). These free classes outgoing Ms. FMU is April Mills of are being taught by Joni Koenig. Participants can choose which art form they would like to use. All supplies are provided. For more information, or to register, please contact Joni (466-4659) or Kristal (466-2226i. This program is being funded through a grant by the Levine Family Foundation. The Rahall Report News and Views From Capitol Hill demands of their job. The Neglected and Delinquent program serves children and youth in State- operated institutions or community day programs for neglected or delinquent children in adult correctional facilities. • The Title One program is one of REMINDER The Sandstone V.F.D. Auxiliary has a 20' x 40' canopy that can be rented. Ideal for yard sales, picnics, homecomings, etc. $75 per day including set up and take down within a 30 mi. radius of Sandstone. Ph. 466-1434 ask for Roy. CALES REUNION The Cales Reunion will be held June 2nd. at The Hilldale Community Park. All Cales' are invited to attend. Bring a covered dish and enjoy an eveniSg of games, music, and seeing relatives we Title I: Serving Our Schoolchildren in Summers County Each year over 11 •million schoolchildren, spread throughout all 50 states, benefit from Title One services. The program is designed to help local education agencies and schools provide financial assistance to school districts to improve the the oldest and most valuable haven't seen for  longtime. t...g and learning of:tiiltfn flunking Proa,mm r ou na's  Iuc begirt,ooa.For further 'w0 e in dger'offaihng  me. sc/5b.'Rvs irs' createi in 1965 detaiiS call JliInd I,aren Car:ht ; challenging state academic ;trough the .passage ' of the 466-4407. ' Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. standards--especially those school in areas with high concentrations of children from low-income families. During the 2001-2002 school year, the State of West Virginia is set to receive over $76.5 million under the Department of Education's Title I grant program. While final amounts still need to be adjusted by the State, Summers County is currently set to receive $621,000 in Basic Grant Allocations and $120,000 in Concentration Grant Allocations for the 2001-2002 school year. Basic grants are distributed mainly according to the number of children, ages 5 to 17, from low income families. A school district is eligible for concentration grant money when the number of children counted for basic grants exceeds 6,500 or 15 percent.of the total school ae population. In addition to these funds, Summers County will receive its share of $4.2 million awarded to the State through five additional programs-Title I Accountability grants, Capital expenses, the Even Start Family Literacy program, the Migrant Education program, and the Neglected and Delinquent program. Accountability grants help the FRIENDSHIP TREE During the month of April, many pastel paper tulips, adorned the Auxiliary Friendship Tree in the lobby of Summers Coujnty ARH Hospital. Friends and relatives made $1.00 donations to the auxiliary to remember birthdays, anniversaries, memorials, and honors of somone special. Those remembered were: Robert Patrick, Theresa Patrick, Ovid Graham, Sr., Mattie Graham, Vernon Mairs, Irvin S. Maddy, Henry Noel, "Dickie' Noel, Kenneth Martin, Betty Burdette, Danny Burdette, "Pat" Hartwell, Eric Hartwell, Silaas G Cox, Robert "Bob" Gwinn, Donna Cozout, Howard Franklin Bugg III, Stanley Ward, Ralph Kelley, Mary Dingier, N.Y., Nell Lilly, Andrea Sherwood, CA., Michael Beck, VA., Diane Beck, VA., Frances Rupert, PA., Joyce Anderson, Samantha Leigh Vandall, Mary E. "Libby' Ayers, Lisa Gore, Dorothy Kern, James and Ercella Adkins, Ira Vandall, Eula Saunders, RUMMAGE SALE There will be a rummage sale at the St. Patrick's Catholic Church on June 4th. and 5th. starting at 8:00 A.M. Lots of good bargains. ANNUAL MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE Annual Memorial Day Service will be held Monday, May 28th. starting at 10:30am at Restwood Cemetery "Veterans Memorial Gardens". This is an open invitation to all veterans, family members, friends and neighbors to come out and honor those "Great Americans" who served honorably and faithfully in defense of our great country. Restwood Cemetery is located four (4) miles from Hinto.n, on Madams Creek Road. This is southern West Virginia's only monument dedicated to all veterans of all wars. For more informations, phone 304-466-0685 or 304-466-3836, Curt Messer. REVIVAL There will be a revival at Sandstone Baptist Church, Sandstone, Sun. May 27th. thru June 1st., 7 pm nightly. Pastor Joe Brown and congregation welcome all. GIANT AUCTION The Animal Control and Welfare Project, Inc. will hold a giant auction at Talcott Elementary School on Sat. • May 26th. at 6 PM. Proceeds to be used for the Spaying and Neutering of Animals in Summers County, WV. Please help and attend! If you would like to make a monetary donation or ave items ou would like to d5Sat please call (3.04) 466-2449. We can also be found on the • Internet at ALL CLASS REUNION TO BE HELD There will be a meetiing of the All Class Reunion of the Sandstone High School at the Sandstone Fire Dept. at 7:00 PM on May 31st. The purpose of this meeting is to get volunteers to register members at the All Class Reunion on July 23rd. and to select officers to present to the members at the reunion for approval. Weneed'volunteers for the all class reunion of 2003. Without officers there will be not be a reunion in 2003. PATRIOTIC PROGRAM The Summers County Community Choir invites you to its first patriotic program, which celebrates our country's rich heritage. "America" is a collection of folk songs, military numbers, and spirituals that you're sure to enjoy. In addition to the wide array of music, the presentatio.n features choreography by youth from the community. There will b only two performances, so be sure not to miss "America!" Thursday, May 24th., The Ritz Theatre in Hinton, 7 p. m. and Sunday, July !st., Tamarack in Beckley, 2 p. m. Admission to both performances • is free. HINTON CITY SIDETRACK WATERSLIDE The Hinton City Sidetrack Waterslide will be operating on the **Exercise Machines Available 8:00am- 7:00pm Monday -Friday** Every Weekday: 9:00a.m. - 10:00a.m. Yoga; 5:00p.m. - 6:00p.m. Tae Bo. Every Saturday: 8:00a.m.- 10:00a.m. Yoga With Linda & Gary. (Closed Memorial Day) MAY IS NATIONAL "MENTAL HEALTH" MONTH: THE BLUES We've all had the blues from time to time - a period of several days or a week in which we seem to be in a "funk." This conditibn usually goes entering the 3rd through the 9th. grades is eligibIe to attend the camp. The daily sessions begin at 9:00AM and end at approx. 2:30 PM, with a 30 minute break for lunch. The cost is $ 45 per camper. Players are' divided into groups according to their age, size, and ability. There will be an elementary division tar players entering the 3rd and 4th grades, an intermediate division for playep e.WR.ring the 5th and 6th grades and a senior division for players entering the 7th. through away and we resume our normal 9th. grades. Awards will be patterns. Nevertheless, having the presented in each group and blues is troublesome , and there are some things we can do to avoid having them. *Share your feelings. Talk to a trusted friend, spouse, family member or your pastor, priest or rabbi. They can offer you support, guidance and perspective. *Spend time with other people. *Engage i'n activities that have interested yQu in the past, particularly activitiesthat you have enjoyed. *Regular moderate exercise may lift your mood. *Get adequate rest and eat balanced meals. *Don't undertake too much at one time. If you have large tasks to do, break them into smaller ones. Set goals you can accomplish. *Look for small opportunities to be helpful to someone less fortunate. Source: HEALTHQUEST Guide to Self-Care. everyone will receive a camp T - shirt. For more information contact Coach James Payne at 466-1337. Memorial Day Rest Stop Blue-Gray Chapter #628 Vietnam Veterans of America, Inc. will be holding their annual Memorial Day Rest Stop. We will be serving coffee, soft drinks and snacks to travelers for 24 hours at the Princeton Information & Tourist Center, 1-77 and Rt. 460, May 27th. 5:00 P.M. to May 28th. 5:00 P.M. Everyone welcome. The Music Exchange will be playing taped music for your Travis Gill Wins Poster • Contest HAE staff is proud to congratulate Travis Gill as winner of the RESA I "Kick Butls" poster contest. SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY Summers County Solid Waste Authoritymeets on the 3rd. Monday of each month at 4:30 p. m. at 211 Ballengee St., Hinton. 466-0695. following schedule until the end of enjoyment. . the school yeii: .... ' ' ' T " Every°nelSweidbiie to attend. ................ he event has been spensored y .......... ,,._.    "' Saturday May 26th 111:00 a.m.- chapter 628 and lcal merchants for " ' ..... : .... ' '"  .. 7:00 P.M.Suidayl May27th. 1:00 , i, , P.M. -5:00 P.M. Monday, May 28th. 11:00 A,M. - 7;00 P.M. Closed May 29 - June 1 (except for private parties). Saturday, June 2nd. 11:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. Sunday, June 3rd. Closed June 4th. - June 7th. (except for private parties). Friday, June 8th. 11:00 • A.M. - 7:00 P.M. ) open for the summer). Open every day for the summer beginning Friday, June 8th. The Waterslide closes in the event of inclement weather. Tuesdays are reserved for private parties only. Private parties are also available on weekdays after 7:00 P.M. Call 466-1600 for information during operating hours. TO CONDUCT CEREMONY TO HONOR VETERANS On Friday, May 25th. at the Talcott, WV Post Office, a ceremony honoring Veterans will be conducted. Guest speaker will be MSGT Robert Fogarty, US Army, of Talcott. All veterans as well as the public are ihvited to attend. Ceremony begin at 1 p.m. Bring a lawn chair. WHITAKER REUNION The annual Whitaker Reunin will be held on Sat. June 2nd. at the Country Club Golf Course at Fincastle, VA. many years as a service to the travelers visiting Four Seasons Country during this holiday weekend. PLANING REUNION The Hinton High School Class of 1982 will be planning a 20 year class reunion for 2002. Anyone interested in helping plan this event, please call Sheila Allman Adkins at 466- 6126,Brenda Ward Ellis at 466-6366 or Kathy Vandall Fox at 466-5108. We encourage everyone who is still in the Hinton'and surrounding areas to please, participate. Suggestions are appreciated even if you can't attend a meeting. Meeting place and time will be announced later. Geraniums, Begonias, Impatiens, Petunias WEBBS FLORIST & GREENHOUSE on the 4-lane CRAB ORCHARD, WV 255-7411 15th Annual Bobcat Basketball Camp for Boys Entering Grades 3 thru 9 June 18-22 Call 466-1337 for Information State and local school districts take firm measures to support low performing schools. Some initiatives include employing tougher curricula, providing better teacher training and sometimes even closing down schools and reopening them under new leadership or as charter schools in those states that have authorized charter schools. • Capital expenses funds are used. for outside-the-classroom services delivered to private'sclool children such as rental of classroom space in neutral sites, rental or purchase of mobile vans for Title I instruction, transportation of private school students to public schools or neutral sites, and non-instructional aides. Money received through the Even Start program is designed to improve the educational opportunities of the Nation's low- income families through early chilhoed education, adult literacy or adult basic education. It also incorporates parenting education into a unified family literacy program. Finally, the Migrant Education program and the Neglected and Delinquent program are designed to help those children who cannot receive an education in the traditional classroom setting. The Migrant Education program helps those children whose parents must travel and sometimes even move to new areas in order to meet the Ray Saunders, Willie and Linnie Hawkins, Leola Meadows, Jim Wingfield, Mamie Wingfield, "Bob" Wingfield, Zona Scott, Gussie Meador, E. C. "Buck" Wheeler, Terry Bulmer, Thelma Harris, Benny Maddy, Margaret Pack, Louise Richmond, Betty Jo Ashley, Isobel Ashley, Jane Carmichael, Alma Rodes, Loretta McMillioq, Tenn., Karley'Webi), N.J., Kelly Knight, St. Albans, Helen Honaker, Ronceverte, Eula Kibler, Sandstone, J. Harry Walker, VA., Betsy Gillian, Annie Williams Richmond, Kathleen. Seaton, PA., "Gibby" Conner, Bill Thomas, Eddie Willey, Jr., Eddie Willey, Sr., Frances Ellison, Pearl Ballard, Toney Anderson, Susan Bradberry, Pearl Wheeler. Notice TAKING APPLICATIONS The Summers County School of Practical Nursing is now taking applications for a September 2001 Class• To obtain an application/ information packet call 466-6040 and leave your name and mailing address. You can also pick up a packet at Summers County High School. All classes will be made available without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, age, handicap, sex or political affiliation in accordance with Federal Law. 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