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eat wett. spend tess, NationatNutrition Month (NAPS)--You can join the effort to prevent and control disease at www. COLEI-I" X. EASTER Colett Xan Easter, 51, of Hinton entered into eternal rest Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at Bluefield Regional Medical Center following a sudden illness. Born February 20, 1966 at Hinton she was a daughter of the late Beatrice. Easter Earhart and Stephen Earhart of Pulaski, VA. Colett was a Hinton High School Graduate, a former teacher at Minnick Education Center in Wytheville, VA and was currently employed by the Summers County Board of Education as a 7th grade teacher at Summers Middle School. She enjoyed her students and loved spending time with her family, friends and beloved cats. Besides her mother, she was preceded in death b'y her grandmother who raised her, Ethel Easter and uncle and aunt, Ernest and Paulett Adkins. Besides her father, those leR to cherish her memory include one sister, Betsy R. Earhart of Barren Springs, VA; one brother, Stephen G. Earhart Jr. and wifeApril of Pulaski, VA; two nephews, Charles W. =Chuckle" Earhart of Blacksburg, VA and Stephen G. Earhart lil of Pulaski, VA; two nieces, Heather R. Earhart of Barren Springs, VA and Stephanie D. Earhart of Pulaski, VA; one great niece, Phoenix Hartman of Pulaski, VA; one aunt, Evelyn Jane Stricker; several cousins; her five loyal felines, Otis, Patty, Dennis, Sassie and Tiny and two special friends, Janice Peplowski and Tammy Meadows Adkins. Funeral services were held at 11:00 A.M. Friday, June 9; 2017 at Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors Or Start DRINKS ,t Here TAKEOUT Na~onal Nutrition M i O C spend Less Acndar~/of Nutrluon and D~tet ~ Tips were sourced from the Acadec~ts Eat Rt~ht~ c~ and are used with their permission., Cepydght 2017 Sodety for Public Health Education (SOPHE). NI rights reserved. Dedgn and Production by Steppingstone LLC Instant oatmeal with low- fat milk (for extra calcium) makes for a quick and inexpensive breakfast. Drink at least 8 glasses of water each day before consuming any other beverages. Plan your meals to take advantage of reduced prices; Shop for in-season, naturally preserved, or frozen fruits and vegetables. Avoid overbuying perishable foods. Chapel with Pastor Robbie Merritt , ,. ~ ....... ~ ,~ ~'!=L: ~. ::: :t " ~ ' te ...... ~ltly~n Baptm~C~tr~P~ ,r~. ~ .... .~eplace,them.withaside ,, Friends called from 5:00 - 8:00 P.M.salad and a serving of Thursday, June 8 at the funeral fruits or vegetables. parlors. Family and friends served as pallbearers. Arrangements were by thel Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors of Hinton. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.ronaldmeadowsfp If you crave takeout pizza, cut the calories by getting a thin crust. Lower the fat with vegetable .corn toppings like tomatoes, peppers, mushrooms, olives, and spinach. JIMMY H. TOLBERT Jimmy H. Tolbert, 76, of Dunlap, Tennessee, passed away Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at his home. Born in Hinton, August 14, 1940, he was the son of the late Claude and Myrtle Tolbert. He was a bus driver in Cleveland, Ohio for 30 years, and was loved by his family and friends. He was preceded in death by two former wives Patsy Tolbert, and Sylvia Gray Tolbert. Survivors include his wife Evelyn, a son Keith Tolbert, three daughters, Sandra Lilly, Pamela Hill, and Casey Sale, three stepsons, Ray Knierim, Jack Mauney, and Richard Mauney, and two stepdaughters, Virginia Queen, and Leslie Henricks. Two brothers, Johnny, and Paul, and a sister Anna Graham, and several grandchildren, great grandchildren, and nephews, and nieces, also survive. Funeral Services were held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, June 9, 2017, at Pivont Funeral Chapel, with Pastor Cecil Cox officiating. Burial followed at the Telbert Family Cemetery, at Elk Knob. Friends called from 12:00 p.m. until time of the service. Online condolences at www. Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton, WV. Cut costs and calories by bringing a healthy meal or snack with you when you are away from home, instead of eating out. Hard-boiled eggs are an excellent grab-and-go breakfast that is high in protein and antioxidents. Discard the yolk if you need to lower your cholesterol intake. Tues. June 13, 2017 Hinton News - 3 e ACCEPTING DONATIONS Hinton Area Foundation Accepting Flood Relief Donations. For those asking how they can help those affected by the flooding in Summers County (100% goes to the needs of local citizens), Hinton Area Foundation accepts tax deductible donations online via Paypal or credit card at http'J/hintonareafoundation. org or checks can be mailed to Hinton Area Foundation, PO Box 217, Hinton, WV 25951. Please note 2016 Flood Victims when you make your donation. If you have questions, please call the HAF Office at 304-466-5332, contact Deborah Clark, president at or get in touch with any HAF board member. Summersville, WV--Adams Bluegrass, LLC, Promoters, announce that the 37th Annual Music in the Mountains Bluegrass Festival will take place at Summersville Music Park, on June 21, 22, 23 & 24, 2017. The four day event begins Wednesday, June 21st at 11:00 a.m. and goes until 10:00 p.m. nightly. Wednesday's great lineup begins at 11:00 a.m. featuring The Hillbilly Gypsies, Sons Of The South, The Churchmen, Tony Holt & The Wildwood Valley Boys, Lorraine & Quicksilver (Winner of IBMA day advance $130.00 and $150.00 at Gospel Recorded Performance for 7 the gate. Three day advance $120.00 years) will perform one 90-minute and $140.00 at the gate. Children show at 8:30 p.m. ages 7-15- $20.00 per day, children Friday's fabulous lineup of talent under 7 Free with parent. Special begins at 11:00 a.m. and goes until aRer 6 p.m. will be $30.00. Advance 10:00 p.m, featuring Larry Efaw & ticket orders must be received bY The Bluegrass Mountaineers, June 14. 2017. Tommy Brown & Country Line This show will be continuous Grass, Flashback, The Larry music from ll:00 a.m. to l0:00 p.m., Stephenson Band, The Harris featuring the top names in bluegrass Brothers and Rhonda Vincent & The music. Please bring your lawn Rage (Winner of IBMA Female chairs. Hot food concessions on Voc.alist 8 Years and Queen of premises. No alcoholic beverages or pets except service animals are Bluegrass). Jordan and Carolina Road. Dailey Saturday's super lineup of talent allowed in the concert area. This is & Vincent Grammy nominatedi begins at 11:00 a.m., featuring a family show. Show goes on rain or winners of IBMA Entertainer for Appalachian Express, The U.S. shine. Sound by Blue Ridge Sound. three years and newest members of Navy Band, The Primitive Quartet, Sherry Boyd, M.C. For more information, contact The Grand Ole Opry will perform Nothin' Fancy, Tennessee Mafia Jug one 90-minute show at 8:30 p.m. Band and Junior Sisk & Ramblers Thursday's terrific lineup begins Choice. at 11:00 a.m~ and goes until 10:00 Contact Adams Bluegrass for p.m. featuring Michael Feagan & tickets at 706-864-7203. For Fiddlegrass Band, Blue Reck'n- camping beginning June 17 which Grass, The Farm Hands, The Little is first come-first serve, call 304-872- Roy & Lizzy Show, Lost & Found 6853. Daily ticket prices are $45.00 and The Inspirations. Doyle Lawson in advance $50.00 at the gate. Four Adams Bluegrass, LLC at 706-864- 7203 or visit our website at Tickets may be ordered online @ and will incur a small processing fee. CBO Score Shows Health Coverage at Risk Dan y The Congressional Budget Office rate Would increase from 10 percent group would be able to be charged says 23 million Americans would to close to I8 percent in the next five times as much for insurance as lose their health insurance by 2026 decade, younger people - m some cases, as if the American Health Care Act The AHCA narrowly passed in much as $7,000 of additional costs becomes law. Some 14 million of those 23 million would lose coverage because of plans to cut Medicaid by $884 billion. Perry Bryant, the president of the board of West Virginians for Affordable Healthcare, says that would land hard on the state's the U.S. House earlier this month, to get covered," he notes. Some Senate Republicans have Proponents of the plan argue promised to make sure Medicaidblock-granting Medicaid funds recipients would beprotectedunder to states would spark innovative the new law. solutions. Slavitt disagrees. The CBO says the Republican : '~This really is about the federal plan could lower premiums by four government saving money - cutting to 20 percent by 2026. the money that they give to states Andy Slavitt, a senior adviserforcare, and then taking that money working poor. with the Bipartisan Policy Center, and turning around and providing "Not only the number is huge, but notes those reductions would come a tax break to very high-income it is really targeted to low-income at the expense of rising costs for people, the insurance companies, _ . , ' ~ ........ ~,,,=~. people .who are ]~ivJng, ~che~k many~sieker and low-incomepe0ple -phariziaceiafi~/iI ' d0~pa,hit~/~~ "' he whole-~ain~eereal~,:andin-shell psar~tsare.'; ~s''~,,: "~ be,a]~le" to "go lout~ t"l~re :and'~ord 50 and 60'[ who would iio longer be " ~e CBQ., ~stimates.,~::~the tasty, nutritious, and health insurance on 1;he~r own, he able to afford insurance. Republican bill could cut the federal inexpensive snacks, says. "Under the new law, if it were to deficit by $118 billion in 10 years. .The CBO predicts the uninsured pass, people who were in that age Protein is the most expensive portion of a meal. Limit servings of meats, fish, and poultry to 5 oz. or eat low cost alternatives like beans. Foods purchased in larger quantities are cheaper, so double or triple your recipes. Save extra portions for lunches or freeze them for future meals. when dining out, order a small plate or children's menu item, share an entree, or bring home half of your meal. Heart ~tr~e /do~,n~Gw~r~omm,m#e~ffopp,'z National WlC Association hll=di~g h~l ~hi~l)rojectw;~snl~Icl~ssiblcl~ylheC(:ntcrsh" I)i~(~a~cConhol,~rKIP~eventtor~th=ough I)F~I4 1418: N.~lkmal h~q)iemcntati~m ;,nd I ~,~t:ru~t~tio~ fo~ CI. on, I)i~ease P[ creation. 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Gallery hours are Thursday and Friday from 11-4, Saturday from 10- 5 and Sunday from 12-4. Event Postings Via Expl Summers County Tourism Website If your business or organization has any upcoming events you would like help promoting please go to] submitevent and complete the form so we can add your event to our calendar and help further promote it through social media. You can find us on Facebook under "Explore Summers County.~ We also have a bulletin board in our window if you have event fliers for display. r Primary Care Office now accepting new patients. Walk Ins am also accepting at both locations. Several types of diagnostic services offered such as EKG's, Spirometry, Ultrasounds, andLaboratory services available. Mustafa Rahim, MD located at 321 S. Eisenhower Dr. Beckley, WV 25801 Call 304-256-6500 to schedule an appointment. Shady Spring Medical Center 2844 Ritter Dr. Shady Spring, WV 25918 @31) 207-7207 Now Accepting New Patientsl Same day appointments available. Walk Ins Welcome. Primary Care Physician that focuses on all your healthcare needs with Laboratory services available. P Location: Summers County High School heels 17 Doors will open at 8:00 a.m, and auction will begin at 9:00 a.m. Payment method is check only. Proper ID required upon registration. No cash will be accepted, &&&All taxes and fees are due the day of the sale if applicable. All Items Will Be Sold "As Is" #4 International 1995 Mileage 135,166 iHVBBAAN6SH654910 (65 passenger, DT466 Engine, Type A speed 4 trans, Body no: 66531) #33 International 1999 Mileage 129,547 IHVBBABLXXH663548 (59 passenger, DT444 Engine, Type A speed 4 trans, Body no: 87135) Case 580B backhoe Serial#8722188 1994 Mercury Topaz Mileage 39,641 IMEPM36XORK626270 (4 DOOR, 4 cylinder) For more purchasing information call Eric Widdoes at the Summers County BeE, 304-466-6009. For more information on buses call Bryan Boone at 304- 466-6017 I ) !