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Cardin Urge Reauthorization Chesapeake Bay that Brings Federal Resources to Regional Projects It is essential that all watershed states have access to the resources to best contribute to the restoration and sustained health of the Chesapeake Bay Senators Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) and Ben Cardin (D-Md.) have introduced bipartisan legislation (S.1429) to reauthorize the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Chesapeake Bay Program, a keystone regional partnership that works to restore the health of this national treasure. Water and pollution do not abide by state borders, making it essential that all watershed states have access to the resources that best contribute to the restoration and sustained health of the Chesapeake Bay. '~Not only does the Chesapeake Bay contribute to the natural beauty of the Mid Atlantic region, but the headwaters in West Vh-ginia sustain important ecosystems and play a vital role in our state's economy," of Tues. July 11, 2017 Hinton News -9 by: Lesley Woodrum Summers County 4-H held its annual camp June 11-16 at Camp Summers in Forest Hill, WV. With over a big crowd of enthusiastic campers and mostly beautiful weather, it was a great week. This example. All of the chiefs and sags worked hard and did a great job during camp. Each H of 4-H stands for something important. The Head H is for clearer thinking and making good decisions. The Heart H is for support for authorizing. .these,. year's theme was Party in the USA. loyalty and caring. The Hand HThis is aweekly publication of the Picnic at Rollinsburg Baptist programs, despite the premdent s After having to go home early for two stands for helping others while the lack of understanding of theiryears, everyone was excited to have Health H stands for better living. Summers County Council on Aging Church Picnic Shelter. worthiness," said Senator Cardin. a full week of camp this year! On Many awards were given during Inc., 120 Second Ave., Hinton. Friday, July 14: BBQ Chicken, Funded in part by the WV Bureau Corn, Parsley Potatoes, Sliced "States rely on the EPA's Tuesday, Clover buds came to 4-H camp. The winners were: Health H: of Senior Services,AppalachianArea Peaches, Whole Wheat Bread, Chesapeake Bay Program to provide Camp for the day. Clover buds are Kaela Coughenour and Noah Agency On Aging, other grant and Margarine/Milk. Activity: Gospel federal accountability, : 5-8 year olds who are interested in Harvey, Hands H: Chase McBride, local resources and donations. Any Singing, Shoppingin Princeton Sign enforceability, and resources. Less seeing what 4-H camp is all about! Heart H: J.C. Wheeler, andHeadH: older persons is encouraged to uptogo. While there, they made crafts, Melanie Cales. The Mary Grace pollution means more oysters and" crabs, healthier farmland, moretoured camp, sang songs, Surbaugh Return Scholarship was participate in the program , Monday, July 1'/: Pinto Beans, regardless of race, creed, handicap Chopped Onions, Cabbage, Sliced boats and tourismonthewater, and participated in a camp parade, and awarded to Britney Pack and the or national origin. The Summers Peaches, Cornbread, Margarine/ more jobs." enjoyed a pizza party. Bob Baber Return Scholarship went County Council onAging is an equal Milk. Activity: Bible Study With Created by President Reagan and This year, |tibet were full of 4-H to Austin Thomas. The Outstanding opportunity employer. Pastor Gary Adkins at 11:00 a.m. ratified by Congress in 1987, the spirit. They were enthusiastic and First Year Male Camper was Sam Wednesday, July l~t Meat loaf/ Bingo at 10:15 a.m. current authorization for the EPA hard working through the whole Burchett and Outstanding First Gravy, Buttered Rice, Pea Salad,. Tuesday, July 18: Chicken Chesapeake Bay Program expired in week. The Cherokee tribe won the Year Female Camper was Jade Fox. Fiscal Year 2005, although Congress Spirit Stick for the week for their The Camper of Character Chocolate Pudding, Whole Wheat Livers, Buttered Potatoes, Green has appropriated fundseachyear. In outstanding energy, teamwork,Scholarship was awarded to Bread, Margarine/Milk. Activity: Beans, Vanilla Pudding, Whole June 2014, a new voluntary tribal duty performance, and Brittany Blankenship. Finally, for Seniors will visit Summers Nursing Wheat Bread, Margarine/Milk Chesapeake Bay Watershed enthusiasm. During the week, the embodying head, heart, hands and & Rehab Center in Hilldale- Please Activity: Healthy Steps at 10:30 Agreement was signed by the tribes compete for points based on health, the Spirit of Camp was Sign up to go. if you plan to go. a.m. Bingo at 10:15 a.m. governors of the six states in the watershed, and the federal government, to work in partnership through the Chesapeake Bay Program. The agreement has ten goals to improve water quality in cleaning, sports, swimming, sportsmanship, bed checks, songs, skits, and teamwork.All of the tribes did a great job! The chiefs and sags for 2017 4-H Camp were: Cherokee: Holly awarded to Holly Williams Thanks to all of the campers, counselors, chiefs and sags who made 2017 4-H camp such a big success. 4-H wishes to thank the following businesses and individuals Thursday, July l& Hot Dog/ Menu changes may occur due to Chili, Cole Slaw, Baked Beans, availability of food or due to Banana, Bun/Lemonade. Activity: circumstances beyond our control. i: ! Senator Capita said. local rivers and streams and the "This bipartisan legislation Chesapeake Bay by 2025. provides important grant funding to Each Bay Program partner uses West VL~ginia, continuing our efforts its own resources to implement Bay to support the bay's restoration and restoration and protection activities. care and helping ensure it remains Federal program funds are used to Narconon can help you take steps drug-rehab/ to overcome addiction in your family. SALE OF PECANS Call today for free Pecans for sale, One pound screenings or referrals. 1- 800- shelled bag $5. Call Joyce Ritter 466- 431-1754. 1135 or Cleo Mathews. 304-466- 1515. Williams, Chief; J.C. Wheeler and for contributions to camp: First Tucker Bennett, Sagamores. Community Bank, Summit : : Delaware: Maddie Letter, Chief Community Bank, Sandy Woodrum, Tyler Turner and Mary Trent, Big Four Drug Stere, Kent Hellems, .: Sagamores. Mingo: Heather John and Betty Hendrick, Fox .... Browning, Chief; Griffin Stone and Photographic, Hinton Helping a critical natural resource for future coordinate the complex science, Alex McMeekin, Sagamores. Seneca: Hands 4-H Club, Jarrell's Exxon, generations." research, modeling, monitoring, . Josh Purdy, Chief; Austin Thomas Pivont Funeral Home, Summers "A healthy Bay means a healthy data collection, and other activities and Britney Pack, Sagamores. The CountyAll Stars, Summers County economy for Maryland and the essentialtotheBayAgreementand chiefs and sags are responsible for 4-HLeadersAssociation, andUnited entire Chesapeake Bay Watershed support Partners' collaboration, leading their tribe and setting a good Way of Southern West Virginia. re=ion which cannot be Over60 percent of funds go to states, accomplished without a reliable primarily through .grants programs ' federal partner. I urge appropriators that leverage p.riva~e inves~men~ mr to take note of the bipartisan, restoratxon actlwtms. ~ ~: . , . PUBLIC SERVICE . ~.~.~ .... BE AN LPN IN ONE YEAR ANNOUNCEMENT ~~~--'~ ~. T-' Summers County School of Drug overdoses have become the Practical Nursing . 304-466-6040 leading cause of accidental death in ~i!| Ext. 305 or visitthe Summers the United States with heroin and County website at http:// other opiates being the largest b o e. s u m m e r s. k 1 2. w v. u s/ contributor. If your loved one is --" ~!~i! APplications are now being ~cc~p~,d'~ Stru~lin~ with drug abuse of any .~~] i~. for a July 13, 2017 te~/t~ ~e. ~dn~,~o~m~t]m~'~'getthemthe /[[~~il " Discrimination prohibited on the help they need. ~i| basis of sex, race, color, religion, Learn more about the signs of ~ii| disability, age, and national origin, herein addiction. 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