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Hinton News Tues. July 11, 2017 FARMER'S MARKET Join us every Sunday from lOam to 2pro for our Community Farmer's Market at the Greenbrier River Interpretive Center, located at 1447 Riverview Avenue East in Alderson. This week, we~l have eggs, meats, greens, zucchinis, baked goods, plant starts, animals, and more! Come try food at our tastings and bring your youngins for our fun activities! We are also a summer feeding site for children, so come get a free lunch for them while you're at itl This week, weql be featuring musicians Carly Braun and Carley Ann Knapp playing for two hours, starting at noon. Ifyou're looking for a place to buy or sell produce and hand-made goods, come check us out!" Our organization, our town, and our community would greatly appreciate it if you could publish this for us. Ideally, we'd like to send you a blurb for your newspaper every week. If you have any questions br concerns, I am happy to respond ih a timely fashion. If you are unable to do this for any reason, or you need something else from me in order to do so, please inform me of this so that I can rectify it, or pass the information along to my superiors. SCHOOL REUNION The Ramp Holiness Church will sponsor the Locust Dale School Reunion on Friday, July 28th at the !Ramp Holiness Fellowship Hall I . [ from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. Old Fashion weeine roast. Bring your pictures and memories! For more information contact Mike at 1-304-466-2632. ALDERSON COMMUNITY MARKET "The Alderson Community Market will be held again this Sunday at the Greenbrier River Interpretive center from 10:00 a.m. to 2,00 p.m., located at 1447 Riverview Avenue East in the town of Alderson. Performing at the market this week wil be Matt Evans at noon on center stage. A cooking demonstration of grilled garlic pesto pork meatballs with roasted garlic zucchini and squash will be taking place preiodically throughout the day. Free samples will be handed out. Free lunch will also be provided for children uncer 18 years while supplies last, starting at 11:30 a.m. The kids theme of the day is " We Love Vegetables," and its corresponding still-life painting activity will begin around noon. Some featured items wil be various meats, eggs, baked goods, handmade goods, greens, and other vegetables." CFM HOUSE MUSEUM The Campbell-Flannagan- Murrell House Museum at 422 Summers St., in Historic Downtown Hinton is open each Saturday from i to 4 p.m. for Free Tours. For more information call 304- 445-5769. FARMERS MARKET 53rd Annual WV State Water Festival Glow Walk Hinton Fire Department Ladies are sponsoring a Glow Walk again this year with all proceeds going to Bowers Hospice House. Date: July 29, Time: Walk Begins at 9:00 p.m. Registration from 8:15 to 8:45 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Park. Place: Walk Begins at Memorial Building through the beautiful Historic Town of Hinton and will end at Park Avenue. Entry Fee: Walk Fee is $20.00 Children under 12 are $10.00. Only participants that pre register will receive a tee shirt and glow bands: Due by July 15. All participants will receive glow bands while available. Prizes will be given out at end of walk. Memorial Balloon release will be at the completion of the walk. You may purchase a glow in the dark balloon for release for $5.00 Contact number 304-445-6840. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Vacation Bible School will be held July 17-21 from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. at Central Baptist Church. Everyone Welcome! JAM SESSION Jumping Branch Nimitz Senior / Community Center will be having a Jam Session on July 15, 5:30 till Center will have good and baked goods for sale. Bring a song, instrument, story or poem and enjoy an evening of music and fellowship. The Center is raising money for needed repairs to the building. The Center is located on Rt. 3 behind the Jumping Branch School. The more the merrier, All ages welcome. Library Art Show The Library will be having their 2017 Water Festival Art Show beginning August 3rd through August 5th. If anyone would like to submit their work, please bring it to the Library at 201 Temple Street by Monday, July 31 st. Please have the art work ready for hanging. There will be a Reception to meet the Artists from 5-7 p.m. an Thursday, August 3rd at the Librar For questions, please contact Austin Persinger or Nancy Hopps at 304- 466-4490. HEALTH SCREENINGS Life Line Screening, a leading provider of community based preventive health screenings will be in our community on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at First Presbyterian Church, 322 Third Ave. Ultrasound screenings to Identify risk factors for Cardiovascular disease include; Carotid Artery (plaque buildup a leading cause of stroke), Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (an enlargement or weak area in the main blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the rest of the body), Peripheral Arterial Disease (hardening of the arteries in the legs), a Heart Rhythm Screening (an EKG to detect Atrial Fibrillation irregular heartbeat) and an The Summers County Farmers' Osteoporosis Risk Assessment for Market is now open. Market hours men and women. Being proactive are Friday starting at 8 ,a.m. until about your health by knowing your noon or until the farmers sell out. risks helps you and your doctor The Market is located in the Lifeline address problems early. Church Parking Lot, 505 Stekes Dr. Register online TODAY at Hinton. Please visit Summers www.lifelinescreening.com/ County Farmers Market onfacebook community circle and receive your to learn more or contact the "Community Circle" discount and Summers County Extension Office, your Preferred Appointment! 304-466-7113. Adutt ~6.Student s~.Matinee s4 Business & Individual * Signs, Banners, Window Decals * T-Shirts, Clothing, Headbands, Towels * Hugs, Slates Watches, Belts,: Collars Auth e (NAPS)--PeopIe with multiple my- doma can learn about the condition and treatments from other patients trained to explain it. To learn more, re- quest a free seminar or become a Mul- tiple Myeloma Journey Partner, visit www.mmjourneypartners.com. Recognizing and understanding the signs and symptoms of a stroke is cru- cial. Immediate medical attention may limit the effects of a stroke, so it is im- perative that people call 911 at the first sign. To learn more about these and stroke, visit www.strokecall91 l.com. Soundproofing your basement with acoustic insulation can maximize its peace, quiet and privacy. Industry ex- perts suggest using Roxul Safe 'n" Sound, which effectively absorbs sound and is easy to work with. For more informa- tion, visit www.roxul.com. Taking all your retirement savings in a lump sum may mean the money won't last as long as you. One in five retire- ment plan participants who took a lump sum depleted it in, on average, 5~ years, in: 9 cla., By Jake Jarvis, Charleston Gazette-Marl CHARLESTON, W.Va. Gov. WVU President Gordon Gee said in Jim Justice recently appointed two the release. people to West Virginia University's The West Virginia Senate must Board of Governors, according to a confirm every appointment the news release from the school, governormakes to the board. Justice appointed Elmer F. Senatorsconfirmed Coppoolse Coppoolse, the chief operating on May 16 during the special officer of The Greenbrier resort session, according to Jacque Bland, and a managing partner of the a spokeswoman for the Senate. Glade Springs resort, to the board. Justice had nominated him a day Justice's family owns both resorts, earlier. Coppoolse will fill the seat of Bailey, who wasn't nominated Greg Babe who resigned because of until June 27, won't be considered "increasing business obligations," for confirmation until the next time according to the release, the full Legislature meets, Bland JusticealsoappointedCharleston said. lawyer Tim Bailey, replacingCoppoolse will serve on the board Morgantown businesswoman Diane through 2018, and Bailey would Lewis. serve a full four-year term. She was ineligible for Justice also recently reappointed reappointment, according to the Wheeling attorney William release. Wilmoth and NASA astrophysicist "These individuals care deeply Kim Weaver to serve full terms. about our state and this institution, When board members last met, and will be key leaders as we work at the end of June, they elected hard to continue the momentum Wilmoth as their chairman, their predecessors have started," according to the release. He previously was vice chairman. Board members also elected David Alvarez as vice chairman and Taunja Willis Miller as secretary. The board will convene again July 10 in Morgantown for a special meeting to discuss new legislation regarding the: governance of the school, according to a school spokesman. During the regular legislative session, lawmakers passed a bill that lessens the authority of the Higher Education Policy Commission, the agency that oversees the state's four-year colleges and universities. The bill gives colleges more leeway to govern themselves. The bill also exempts WVU, Marshall University and the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine from even more of the commission's oversight. The three schools are now able to adopt new policies and launch academic programs without commission approval. say the experts at MetLife. Learn more at www.metlife.com/paycheckstudy. Unclaimed property returns more than $12 million Because learning what may cause arnyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a State Treasurer John Perdue's of finding rightful owners, through Leading the dollar amount disease that attacks nerve cells, is an ira- unclaimed property division the efforts of field representatives, category were 1,891 owner claims, portant step in the battle to defeat it, the returned more than $12 million two published newspaper inserts a amounting to $3.9 million returned. federaI Agency for Toxic Substances and to West Virginia rightful owners yearandawell-maintainedwebsite An owner claim means the owner Disease Registry (ATSDR) developed in fiscal 2017, preliminary records at www.wvtreasury.com, became apprised of the asset and the National ALS Registry. Learn more show. "We use all tools at our disposal," filed a paper claim, oftefi from the at www.cdc.gov/ALS. Initial calculations show the Treasurer Perdue said. form contained in the webslte. , Ifyou're among the nearly 40 million division re'turned $12.4 million in An additional weapon in the These are for people who like the Americans who need help hearing~ the the 2017 fiscal year ending June arsenal is an automated letter convenience of a website form but latest innovation in custom hearing aids 30. The total came on 8,112 claims, system. Many owner addresses areprefer dealing in paper. may be for you. SiLk ready-to-wear com- pletdy-in-the-canal devices are effec- "Each year we strive for better outdated. Updated databases are Treasury field representatives rive, comfortable and available immedi- ways to reunite owners with theirplotted against existing names and generated $3.3 million. They ately. For further facts on hearing better, assets," Treasurer Perdue said. 'Tin automated letters generated, are often tasked with leading goto www.signiausa.com, very, very proud of what we've done That proactive approach netted constituents through complicated A duct and vent denning company this year, particularly considering 131 claims filed, totaling more than estate closures or heirship cases. that's a NADCA member must cleanthe harsh budgetary climate under$I00,000. 'Tee greatly look forward The twice-a-year newspaper according to NADCA Standards andwhichwe have been working. It's ato expanding that program," the advertisements generated$722,840 comply with a Code of Ethics. NADCKs tribute to our staff." Treasurer said. "That will be a keen on 1,008 claims, which may not be a Find a Professional Directory lets con- Holders of unclaimed property focus as we enter fiscal 2018." full representation of their impact. sumers locate NADCA members nearby reported $30 million on 5,104 Technology also allowed the Some owner claims undoubtedly just by typing in a zip code. Learn more receipts. Examples of holders aredivision to process 3,954 e-claims begin with word of mouth generated at www.nadca.com. banks, businesses and other entities worth $2 million. More people by the inserts. Many taxpayers may be surprised which complied with the law in filed e-claims by far than any Approximately $1.2 million is. to discover that a good time to get tax advice is after their taxes are filed, say reporting unclaimed property to the other method. An e-claim may be contained by 54 "reciprocal~ claims enrolled agents. They're licensed by the Treasury. Unclaimed property is filed by going to www.wvtreasury, in which the owner's last known U.S. Department of the Treasury and any asset from which a person has corn and following prompts. The address is in another state. State bound by a code ofethics. Learn more at been unintentionally separated, e-claim system is designed for Treasury officials send the asset www.eatax.org, such as a left-behind utility smaller, individual claims filed by amocl t state of the persgn's There is no fountain of youth but the deposit, abandoned safe deposit West Virginia residents. Claimants most recent known address and iet natural and scientifically improved ingre- box contents and liquidated stock enter identifying informationthat state's program take over. clients in Renaissance moisturizing cream proceeds and dividends, such as a West Virginia driver's In the last two budget-tightened from Rinnova Skincare can hdp you look Unclaimed property holders license number and social security fiscal years, Treasurer Perdue's better, longer. For further facts and tips on must report the last known address number. Claims are transmitted office has returned $13.8 million skin care go to www.rinnovaskincare.com, for that person.Upon transfer to the electronically, with no paper and $12.4 million to rightful owners. The American Heart Association has developed a free mobile app that can Treasury, thus begins the process required. Both amounts of return represent help heart attack survivors find the way more than 40 percent of what the" to a healthier future. Called My Cardi- office took in, a commendable figure ac Coach, it's a personalized toolkit that in the world of unclaimed property, people recovering from heart attacks can where people must be found before carry in their smartphones. Learn more they can be paid. at www.hear t.org/mycardiaccoach. BOARD MEETING The Southern Conservation District Monthly Board meeting will be held July 31, 2017 at the. Southern Conservation District Building, 463 Ragland Road, Beckley WV. The Meeting will begin promptly at 9:45 a.m. The agenda will be posted at the SCD office. For any questions concerning the above mentioned meeting please call 304-253-0251. The bird with the longest feathers is the onagadori, a domestic strain of red jungle fowl. Its feathers span more than 34 feet. SALE OF PECANS Pecans for sale, One pound shelled bag $5. Call Joyce Ritter 466- 1135 or Cleo Mathews. 304-466- 1515. Stroke Incidence In The United What You Didn't Know (NAPS)--In the United States, some- one has a stroke every 40 seq9ndd, ac- counting for one in 20 deaths,n A stroke occurs when a blood vessd that carries ' blood and oxygen to the brain is blocked by plaque or a blood dot (acute ischemic. stroke) or rup.mr, es and bleeds (hemor- rhagic stroke),m However, the prevalence and death rates from stroke vary widely across the U.S. In eight .Southern states called the "Stroke Belt;w the death rate from stroke is more than 20 percent higher than the U.S. average,v While these states--North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Mississipp!, Alabama, Louisiana and ArkansasVa--are known to have a higher prevalence of stroke, anyone can be at risk wherever one lives. There are several types of risk factors for stroke, some of which are hereditary such as heart disease, diabetes and high blood pressure,vii Others are preventable, including smoking and the use of tobacco, an unhealthy diet, excessive alcohol con- sumption and a lack of daily exercise,viii Stroke risk also increases with age, but strokes can and do occur at any age.Lx Compared with the 1995-99 period, the rate of stroke in 2010-14 increased by 147 percent in )eople 35 to 39, by 101 percent in people 40 to 44 and by 68 percent in those 45 to 49.x It's the fifth leading cause of deathxi and kills more than 130,000 Americans each year.~i i~ecognizing and understanding the signs and symptoms of a stroke is crucial. Immediate medical attention may limit States: ~More people in the U.S. EXPERIENCE A STROKE than a heart attack. Each year, stroke kills TWICE AS MANY WOMEN as breast cancer. If you think someone is having a stroke, call 911 and act fast. the effects of a stroke, so it is impem~ve that people call 911 at the first sign. TM Always Act EA.S.T. If you or someone you know begins to show signs and symptoms of a stroke, there's a four-letter acronym, "EA.S.T.;' which corresponds to a test that can be used as a quick screening toohxiv F--FACE, loss of function on one side of your face, which may look like droop- ing A=ARMS, sudden weakness on one side, which may mean you can't hold the arm .pX X'VU S=SPEECH, as inshirred speech "' T=TIME, time to call 91t.xvla If the person shows any of these symptoms, call 911 or get to the hospital immediately. Time is brain. To learn more about stroke, visit Content sponsored by C,o tech, a mere- , tier of the Roche Group. Genentech is com- mitted to stroke education and awareness. TImMZD The War Ridge Free Will Baptist Church will be holding Vacation Bible School from Monday, July 17th to Friday, July 21St from 6-8 pm with a final program on Saturday, July 22nd at 4 p.m. with a picnic to :follow. Our theme this year will be i'Over The Moat Drawbridge To The !King and is available free of charge for ages 4 to adult. HISTORICAL SOCIETY Our program will consist of singing, Bible Study, puppets, crafts, The Summers County Historical games, and a snack, Advance. Society will meet at the home of Jim registration is required. For and Barbara Bowling at Lowell on additionalinformation or to register, the eveinng of Tuesday, July 18 at call Bonnie Galford at (304) 466- , 5:30 pro. 4283 or Amy Bender at (304) 466-' Public Invited. 0291. I~itz Sh~wtimes Please vlsist www.rRzwv.com for movie details and upcoming events. #rilzwv HINTON HI~'I"ORIC ol~rRic'r \ I