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6 - Hinton News Tues. June 27, 2017 The Winter/Spring seasons of are as follows: Small group :Lucas beautiful and everyone had a good activities for the Lighthouse Beams Lowry-64 eggs and Big group: time being outside The blessing was youth group of the Pence Springs AubreyAdkins 121 eggs. given by Bob Cales. Community Church began with our ~" We had special eggs, and theWe had hamburgers & hotdogs annual celebration of the end of 2016 winners of those were : Aubreyand other dishes that were provided and the beginning of 2017 on Adkins, 2 hot dogs and a 20 ounce by those attending. January 15. drink @ the Country roads store, Karen Tincher provided the grill, V~e had a candlelight service Preston Miller $ 5.00 inside an egg, Dale Hedrick cooked, Phyllis Wykle @7:00 p.m. then we went to theCaroline Telano & Jossie Smith won made the chili and Wanda Tallman church basement for a covered dish buckets full of goodies, made the slaw. Everyone was busy dinner. Everyone brought a dish and Leota Cantley fixed everyone aat this gathering for sure. put it all together for a tasty meal. loot bag for their winnings & she Leslie Persinger ( Country Reads With all the activities of thehelped Reneewith the egg counting Store) helped us with our supplies holidays we took a break from and keeping it all straight, and we appreciate that very much. activities for the month. Then the hunt was over, we hadWe all enjoyed watching the tiny February came and many of our the blessing on our food and a snack ones playing the yard. people got the viruses that went was enjoyed in the basement. Father's day was celebrated on around so that brings us to March. Karen Tincher fixed a crockpotJune 18th during the worship On March 18th we had a "Springfull of sloppy joes and other dishes service. Upon arrival each dad was Gathering." The ladies and a few of were provided by those attending, given a numbered bobber by Mary the guys too, made soups & chili and Barbara Arnold created some little Rudisill to use in a drawing later in we got foot long subs from thecars with a bunny driving them. The the service. Women's fellowship Alderson Subway. kids and adults loved them andpresident, Phyllis Wykle began the There was all kinds of good food hated to eat them because they were program with a poem. The drawing there to choose from. so cute. was next and the winners were: Dale Hedrick had the blessing Mothers Day was celebrated Carey "Lurch" Tincher, Ernest and we enjoyed being together to during the worship service at our Atwell, Bill Humphrey & Andy fellowship, church. Humphrey. Steve & Diana Hedrick surprised Upon arrival, each mother was They each won a bag of goodies Betty Garten with a birthday cake given a numbered rose petal, for a and a -$10.00 dollar bill. for her March 215t birthday, drawing, by Mary Rudisill. Kalea Brodie drew the numbers She was very surprised and Later, the Women's Christian and Harper Brodie delivered the appreciated that very much. Later fellowship president, Phyllis Wykle gifts to the winners. They are in the pm we allsang to her. began the program with a reading, visiting their Paw Paw (Dale Oul/annual Easter eggs hunt was Then she had the drawing for prizes. Hedrick) from Australia. held on April 15th at the church @ The winners were:Ann Barker, Vena At this time, Chuck Barker and 12:30 p.m. Persinger, Diana Hedrick & Debbie Renee Kounse sang "Teach Me: Lord Earlier that morning, Betty Canterbury. To Wait." Garten, Cheryl & Willie Jones hid They each won a bag of goodiesEach dad received a pen/tool the eggs all over the lawn & some and a $10.00 Walmart gift card. combo from the women's group. This were hid extra hard. We had prayer Songs were then sung by Mark is it for our Winter/Spring activities. by our Pastor Roger Persinger then Persinger & Ann Barker, John We are going to begin Summer with Renee Kounse got the hunters in two Parkin & Renee Kounse & Chuck our VBS in July. Wateh the paper groups to get the hunt under way. Barker. All of the Mother's were for details on that and we hope you The winners are as follows: Small given a devotional book & pen by can come and join us. Welcome all group Preston Miller 117 eggs & Big Erin Persinger. They were provided ages to attend. group Aubrey Adkins 98 eggs by theladies group. Also if you don't have a home Following the first hunt, Shirley May was booked with personal church, you are welcome to come be Stewart took the children inside to activities so we had our church with us. The church is located on have a lesson on Easter. activity, a May / June cook-out on RT# 3 behind the Country Roads While she did that the eggs were June 3. Store in Pence Springs. hid again for the second hunt.It was held on the lawn of the The winners of the second huntchurch @ 4:00 p.m. The weather was e n ea J une is am iona ea on our rlorl en's PSD MEETING The Meadow Creek Public Service District meets the second Tuesday of each month at the Green Sulphur District Volunteer Fire Department at 6 p.m. Meetings are open to the public. PIPESTEM RURITAN CLUB The Pipostem Ruritan club meets (NAPS)--Spring is on its way and every fourth Saturday at 6:00 p.m. home owners are eager to get out their We have a wonderful dinner before lawn mowers and start planting, trim- ming and sprucing. Before you fire up our meeting. We would like to invite your outdoor power equipment, look anyone interested in learning more over these smart tips. about this service club to come and "We know everyone is eager to get join us. We have a gospel sing the outside and start working in their yards. Friday before our meetings. But remember to keep safety in mind,' Come join in the fun and said Kris Kiser, president and CEO of fellowship. For more information the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute please call Brenda Garcia at 304- (OPEI), an international trade associa- 923-1622 or 304-466-6804. tion representing more than 100 power equipment, engine and utility vehicle BINGO manufacturers and suppliers. Bingo every Friday night at the "Doing some basic maintenance will ensure your equipment operates safely Hinton Senior Citizens Building on and gets the job done" said Kiser. SeeondAve. Doors open at 4:00 p.m. Before you use a mower, trimmer, starts at 6:00 p.m. blower, chain saw, pruner or other piece DONATIONS OF BOOKS of outdoor power equipment this sea- Ascension Episcopal Church is in son, OPEl says, remember to inspect need of books for their Free Books the equipment, review owner's manuals, For Kids program. We would and review safety procedures. Here are appreciate any donation of books for tips to help: I. Get out your owner's manual. children of all ages, from pre-schooi Follow all guidelines for your outdoor to high school. No text books please, power equipment and familiarize your- We have served Summers County self with the controls. If you have lost with this program since August of your manual, look it up online. 1993, and have given over 20,000 2. Inspect your equipment. Check books to children of all ages. All for loose belts and missing or damaged donations would be greatly parts. Replace any parts needed or take appreciated, your equipment to a qualified service Call Joanne Duvall at 304-466- representative. 3358 for info 3. Drain old fuel. Don't leave fuel sitting in the tank for more than 30 days. NOTICE Untreated gasoline (without a fuel stabi- Make A Difference... lizer) left in the system will deteriorate, Donate...Volunteer...Foster...Adopt. which may cause starting or running Janet L. Richmond, BSW LSW, problems and, in some cases, damage to Regional Director Children's Home the fuel system. Society of WV. Phone 304-647-3430. Fax- 304- 647-3589. e Getting Out Your Lawn Mower: Safety Tips To Remember Doing some basic maintenance will ensure your outdoor equipment op- erates safely and gets the job done. 4. Use only El0 or less fuel. Some gas stations may offer 15 percent eth anol (E15) gas or higher ethanol fuel blends, but any fuel containing more than 10 percent ethanol can damage-- and is illegal to use in--small engine equipment not designed for it. 5. Label your fuel can with the date of purchase and ethanol content of the fuel. Never put "old" gas in your outdoor power equipment. If you don't know the date of purchase, dispose of the fuel in the can safely and buy fresh fuel. 6. Clean your equipment. Remove any dirt, oil or grass stuck to it. A clean machine will run more efficiently and last longer. "Now is also a good time to assess your outdoor power equipment needs;' adds Kiser. "Whether you're needing battery-, gasoline-, propane-, diesel- or hybrid-powered equipment, there is a product to fit you and any job:' Learn More For more safety tips, go to www.opei. org. For further information on prop- er fueling, go to www.LookBeforeYou Pump.com. Tuesday, June 20, U.S. Senatorin West Virginia and expand service the data the FCC collects for the Joe Manchin (D-WV) questioned to-communities that still lackNational Broadband Map. He also U.S. Chairman of the Federal affordable, reliable access, introduced legislation to ensure" Communications Commission Ajit"Our efforts are aimed at closing government funding for broadband Pal on broadband gaps in West the significant ghp in mobile deployment accurately targets rural Virginia when he testified in front' broadband' coverage ti~rdugl~but'""d0mniunities::in~West Virginia, and, of the Appropriations Financial West Virginia and in surrounding as a member of the~ Senate Services Subcommittee on the FY regions. We need to give people 2018 budget, access to information in order to Senator Manchin secured a continue economic growth in these commitment to bring more areas," Senator Manchin said. broadband service to West Virginia Earlier this month, Senator and rural communities around the Manchin sponsored the Rural country. He asked Chairman Pai to Broadband Deployment work with Congress and the Streamlining Act that aims to Appropriations committee in order expedite deployment of broadband to close the broadband coverage gaps access in rural areas and improve Appropriations Committee, will work to ensure that various federal grant programs that support broadband deployment are fully funded. Additionally, Senator Manchin is leading the effort to deliver $4.53 billion of federal support to expand mobile broadband access in rural America through Mobility Fund II. Men often worry about having a heart attack or getting cancer, but many don't make healthcare a priority. They may schedule regular tune ups for their prized vehicles, but when it comes to preventative healthcare, they often fail to schedule their annual checkup. Men, don't you think it's time to make your health a priority? "Many major health risks men face, such as heart disease and lung or colon cancer, can be prevented and treated if diagnosed early," stated Dr. William Minteer, invasive cardiologist with ARH Cardiology Associates. "That's why an annual checkup is so important. If you don't want to do it for yourself, then do it for your loved ones." Since most men need to pay more attention to their health, let's look at the following: Heart Disease--American men die from heart disease more than anything else, and more than 1 in 3 men have some form of cardiovascular disease. There are many forms, but coronary artery disease is most common. It causes the arteries to narrow and leads to heart attack. Prevention: Maintain a healthy weight, eat a low-fat diet, exercise often and find ways to de-stress. Follow your doctor's orders if you have high cholesterol or hypertension, and control your blood sugar if you have diabetes. Cancer More American men die of lung cancer than any other form of cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. Prostate cancer and colorectal cancer are the next two greatest concerns. Prevention: Don't smoke, and avoid secondhand smoke, to reduce lung cancer risk. To minimize your risk of other forms of cancer, maintain a healthy weight, exercise regularly, wear sunscreen, only drink alcohol in moderation and see your doctor regularly for cancer screenings. Stroke When a blood vessel in the Control ~nd Prevention (CDC). Falls brain bursts or is blocked by a blood and poisonings are second and third clot, the resulting lack of oxygen to on the list. Prevention: Always wear areas of the brain can have seat belts, and obey posted speed devastating results, includinglimits. Never drive under the paralysis on one side of the body, influence of alcohol or when you're speech problems and memory loss. sleepy. Be cautious when standing Prevention: You can't change all of on ladders. Use non slip mats in the your stroke risk factors (like age and shower. Install carbon monoxide race), but quitting smoking, eating detectors at home. a low-fat diet, taking hypertension Alzheimer's Disease It's the most medication, losing weight and common form of dementia in older getting regular exercise can help people, and it usually strikes after lower your chanceS, age 60. At first, patients may have Type 2 Diabetes Eleven percenttrouble remembering events or of American men ages 20 and older blank on someone's name, but when have type 2 diabetes, according to Alzheimer's becomes severe; the American Diabetes Association. patients are unable to care for Complications can cause themselves. Prevention: There's no hypertension, heart disease, stroke, cure for Alzheimer's and no way to kidney disease, blindness and prevent it, but experts believe that amputations. Prevention: Lose eating a low-fat diet rich in fish weight if you're too heavy, containing omega-3 fatty acids and Exercise regularly and stick to a staying mentally and socially active low-fat diet rich in fruits and vegetables, may help reduce risk. "Fear can be a strong motivator Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary for taking action when it comes to Disease (COPD)--COPD your health," added Dr. Minteer. encompasses a group of chronic "Prevention is key when dealing diseases like emphysema, bronchitis and asthma. All negatively affect with any health risk. Men, make an breathing. COPD is sometimes appointment with your healthcare caused by respiratery infections, but provider and have an annual it occurs most frequently because of checkup. It's time to make your tobacco use or inhaling air healthcareapriority." pollutants. Prevention: Quit If you do not have a healthcare smoking, and avoid air pollution or provider, go to www.arh.orgfindadoc inhaling chemicals whenever to locate a physician near you or call possible, your local ARH hospital for a list of Kidney Disease Some people with providers. diabetes or hypertension develop kidney failure over time. Once it becomes severe, patients need dialysis or kidney transplants. Prevention: Eat a healthy, low-salt diet, exercise regularly and take blood pressure medications as needed. Injuries Think twice before speeding or weaving in traffic: Car crashes are the top cause of fatal accidents among American men, according to the Centers for Disease CALL ACWP If you see a dog in a neglectful or abusive situation please ACWP. If you see a stray dog on the road, especially one that you've never seen before, please call ACWP. If you have a litter of puppies and would like them to be placed in homes that are pre-approved as responsible pet owners than please call ACWP. The number is easy to remember 855- WV4-PETS. g:00 2017 John Henry Days Festival Schedule of Events July 7-9 1:00 pm- GRAND OPENING & RIBBON CUTTING of the John Henry at the Great Bend Tunnel 7:00 pm- LIVE MUSIC & FOOD VENDORS at the tunnel featuring MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER Bring a lawn chair & enjoy the evening. Entertainment is FREE- Donations appreciatedl Historical Park SATURDAY~ 7:30-10:00 am- BREAKFAST at Trinity United Methodist Church am- 4 MILE RUN-www.eventbrite~c~m/e/j~hn-henry-da~s~4~mi~e~run-~-mi~e-fun-wa~k-tickets~2489~3~256~# (Registration at Talcott Bridge @ 7am) 1 MILE FUN WALK-immediately after run starts 9:00 am- CRAFT & FOOD VENDORS throughout Talcott 11:00 am- GRAND PARADE- 2017 Parade Marshals Larry and Dolores Moorman 1:00 pro-Trophies will be awarded at the Post Office S:00 pm-OUTLAW CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT at Great Bend Tunnel Registration @ 4:30 pm $20 per team. Music by DJ RON GORE 7:00 pm- LIVE MUSIC at tunnel featuring Blue Ridge GLEN SHELTON Intermission Entertainment: Dance featuring Blue Ridge Mountain Cloggers & Back Porch Cloggers. Bring a lawn chair & enjoy the evening. Entertainment is FREE-Donations Appreciated l 10:00 pm FIREWORKS following the band ** I V RAGES** NO ALCOHOL C BE E i