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Tues. July 10, 2012 Hinton News- 5 Pictured in the front row from left to right are: Nancy Gill, Lily Romanello, Heaven Cochran, Laken Romanello, Joyce Huffman, and Elise Harrah. Second row left to right are: Irene Humphreys, Rachel Bridges, Katherine Tharp, Avery Romanello. Third row left to right are: Becky Spencer, Rebecca Cochran, Leota Spade, Tommi Lynn Romanello, Hannah Romanello, Tara Garcia, Taylor Garcia and Kim Cody. Back row left to right are: Sherri Weikle, Heather Weikle. Those ladies not pictured who also went with us are Kendra Ratliff and Pam Rutherford. On Monday evening, May 7, our Ladies Friendship Circle met for • there monthly meeting in the home of Mrs. Nancy Gill. There were 14 ladies present. Tara Garcia gave the devotions for the meeting. After the devotions there was a testimony time and each lady shared in this very special time together. Each lady had brought a favorite snack or finger food and they enjoyed a wonderful time of fellowship and delicious refreshments. Sunday, May 13 was Mother's Day and the mothers of our church were treated by our youth groups. Between Sunday School and the Morning Worship service the T.N.T. Class and the Friendship Club invited all the mothers to our Activities Room for "Muffins With Morn'. They served us Blueberry Muffins, Banana Nut Muffins and Chocolate Chip Muffins. They were delicious! After the Worship Service 4 Located in Hint0n at the corner of 3rd Ave. & Summers St., Ph: (304) 466-2777, Cell (304) 923-1089 Brooklyn Meadows rates 2nd Birthday Brooklyn Nicole Meadows celebrated her 2nd Birthday at her / Mama Gall and papa Mike's house in Hilldale on May 26. She had a Dora the Explorer cake made for her party, ice cream and chips. Those that attended were: Timmy Meadows and Jennifer Harrah (her parents), Uncle Michael, Jr., and Aunt Heather attended along with cousin Makaela, maternal grandmother is Bonnie Harrah and • Jennifer's son Jason McClung. Hinton Area Elementary - 11:45 : a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Hedrick House Apartments 12:00 - 12:30 pm: City Sidetrack Park 11:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. k Wednesday, July 11, Breakfast: Muffin & Yogurt, Milk, Juice• Lunch: Turkey and Cheese Sandwich, Veggie Cuts, Cantaloupe, Milk. Thursday, July 12, Breakfast: Omelet/Cheese Toast, Milk, Juice• Lunch: Bagel w/Cream Cheese, Applesauce Cup, Yogurt, Fruit, Milk. Friday, July 13, Breakfast: Pancake on Stick w/Syrup, Milk, Juice• Lunch: Ham & Cheese Sandwich, Veggie Cuts, Fruit, Milk. : Monday, July 16, Breakfast: Breakfast Wrap w/Salsa, Milk, Juice. Lunch: Cheeseburger, Lettuce & 'Tomato, Cucumber Slices, Fruit Juice, Milk. Tuesday, July 17, Waffles w/ Syrup, ~gurt, Milk, Juice• Lunch: Pretzels, Celery w/P Butter, Raisins, Yogurt, Fruit, Milk. the church presented each mother with a reed or white carnation. On Wednesday night, May 16, after our church services, we found notes on our cars from the teenage T.N.T. Class. The note said, "Serving the Lord With Gladness" and the Bible verse Roman 12:10-11. "Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; 'in honor preferring one another.., be fervent in spirit; serving the Lord." KJV The note also said "Enjoy a CLean windshield•.. Compliments of the T.N.T. Class. Everyone was so pleased to have a clean windshield! "Thank you to our teens! On Saturday, May 19, the ladies of our church enjoyed a "Mothers and Daughters Lunch." We met at the church and loaded into the 2 church vans for a trip to Ryan's in Princeton. There were 23 ladies which enjoyed a wonderful lunch at Ryan's and a great shopping trip to Burk's in Princeton. Those ladies who went were" Kendra Ratliff, Elise Harrah, Sherri Weikle, Leota Spade Heather Weik|e, Becky Spencer, Irene Humphreys, Tommi Lynn Romanello, Laken Romanello, Avery Romanello, Tara Garcia;~ Ki!~9 ~Cvdy, Lily R~an:ello, Ha~na~ Romanetlo, ~Katherine Tharp, Michelle Tharp, Joyce Huffman, Pam Rutherford, Nancy Gill, Rebecca Cochran, Heaven Cochran, Rachel Bridges and Taylor Garcia. It was a very special day with very special mothers and daughters. The ladies of our church would like to share some of their favorite recipes with you. This recipe is from the kitchen of Joyce Huffman. Lemon Delight lc Flour i stick melted butter 1/2c nuts (chopped fine) Mix all together in pan and press out even. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. Cool completely. Mix 3/4c powdered sugar, 8oz. of softened cream cheese, lc of cool whip together. Spread onto crust. Mix 2 boxes of instant lemon pudding, 3 cups of cold milk. Spread onto 2nd layer. Cool overnight. Cover entire dish with cool whip. Serve co01, m The Southern West Virginia the team's eight losses, six have been King's Warriors will play their final by one goal. two road games of their 2012 Southern West Virginia is 1-0 inaugural season this week. The against the Piranhas this season via King's Warriors (3-8-2) will play at a 2-0 victory in Beckley on June 8. Virginia Beach Thursday night Virginia Beach meanwhile is coming against the Piranhas at 7:00 p.m., off a solid effort in their last game and then head to Fredericksburg, Saturday against the first-place Virginia for a Saturday encounter Carolina Dynamo, with the with the Hotspur at 5:30 p.m. Piranhas battling to a 1-1 tie. "We welcome the challenge of The King's Warriors Saturday having two tough games on the road opponent, the Hotspur, has with Fredericksburg and Virginia struggled since a coaching change Beach,'said King's Warriors coach three weeks ago while dealing with Scott Reitnour. "I do like the fact numerous roster changes. that we're heading out to the coast Fredericksburg (5-5-2) has dropped and might find ar~ hour to stick our five in a row but is still a very toes in the ocean and reflect a little dangerous side. The Hotspur lost to bit on the season." the King's Warriors last Friday 1-0 =I think we should feel a bit of in the weathered-shortened game, satisfaction with whatthe guys have and then fell to the West Virginia • been able to accomplish in the first Chaos 5-0 last Saturday in year," Reitnour continued. "If you Charleston. look at our record, there's not a lot The King's Warriors will return to be said for the record. But, if you to Beckley for their final home game look at how the guys improved throughout the course of the season and look at the brand of soccer that 10 when they'll host the Carolina we're playing now at the end, we Dynamo at the Paul Cline Memorial certainly are playing well at this Youth Sports Complex at 7:00 p.m. point and I'm proud of that." The gates will open at 6:00 p.m. The King's Warriors organization ~at the Paul Cline Memorial Youth continues to ask for the prayers of its fans, players, corporate partners" and stafffor those in the region who are still without power and have had to endure many hardships this past week since the storm. t Southern West Virginia is coming off its best weekend of the season, getting a win and a tie against Fredericksburg and Palmetto FC respectiv, ely last Friday and Saturday at the Paul Cline Memorial Youth Sports Complex. • Because of the major storm that hit the Southern West Virginia region this past Friday, the King's Warriors were only able to play a half of Friday night's game against Fredericksburg. Jason Keever scored his first goal of the season and it proved to be enough for a 1-0 King's Warriors victory in the weather-related shortened contest. Because of no power at Paul Cline Stadium, last Saturday's game against the Palmetto FC Bantams was moved from 7:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Each team scored on a-pe~alt'y kick and the game encIed~ in a 1-1 tie. Harry Sherwood'sPK was scored in the 90th minute which allowed the King's Warriors to salvage the tie and receive one point in the standings. Southern West Virginia heads into Virginia Beach (2-7-3) playing its best soccer of the season. Since starting the season at 0-4-1, the King's Warriors have gone 3-4-1. Of First Place Winners of the Tee Off for the Bookmobile Golf Tournament at Willowwood on Saturday, June 23 for the Summers County Library were: Daryl Nelson, Bob Conner, Russ Lowry and Jeff Bishop. FLEA MARKET Cultural District Flea Market. Free Vendor Space on Commercial and final game of their 2012 St. & 5th Ave., Below the Freight inaugural season on Tuesday, July Depot Every Sat. Through Oct. 29. Open from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. Vendor setup - 7 a.m. for more info 'isit Sports Complex. Tickets are available in advance, which includes a discount, by calling the King's Warriors at (304) 466-908& Tickets are also available at the gate at regular game-day prices. QUICK HITS: * King's Warriors goalie Erik Mozzo picked up his fourth shutout of the season in last Friday's 1-0 victory over Fredericksburg. * Southern West Virginia's leading scorer continues to be forward Tony Stock who has seven points on three goals and one assist. * The King's Warriors Harry Sherwood has three penalty-kick goals for the season• Follow updates during all King's Warriors games o~ the team's Facebook page. Notice MISSING CLASSMATES The Hinton High School Class of 1967 is looking for the following missing classmates for next year's 45th class reunion. Please contact Donna Pivont at Hinton Floral Shop (304-466-3282), if you have any information on any of these people. Maiden names are used for the ladies. 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