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Tues. July 13, 2010 Hinton News - 5 i m r Professional & No job too large or too small. Call 304-228-3744 to schedule a free estimate. dependable lawn care for your home or business. Katelyn Richmond, lan Gardner, and Steven Tharp reading along to Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs. Joshua D. Shafer and Kimberly M. Boland 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. HEBRAIC ROOTS Learning about our Hebraic Roots is being offered by The Ministry Place, 209 2nd Ave., Hinton at 7 p.m. during Shabbat Services on the first Friday of every month. Held by Penny Young, Illumination Ministries. - Quality Retirement Trial:Vacations Low Monthly-Daily Rates!. "' FREE BROCHURE/ 4081!Timberidge Drive Becidey 252-5452 The first week of Summer Fun was held at Summers County High School. REACHH-Family Resource' Center's Starting Points program has held Summer Fun for the youth. of Summers County for over 12 years and is pleased to continue this tradition. This year, Summer Fun has included a healthy snack for each child as well as county-wide bus service and weekly field trips. There are over 40 children enrolled. Each week, the children will participate in cooperative games, literacy activities; (including the computer-based RAZ reading program), arts and crafts, and the Second Step program. These activities will be continued on a Next week's theme is Michael and Myra Boland of andSheilaShafer. He is a graduate Environment. Preser~ters from the Hinton proudly announce the of James F. Byrnes High School and National Park Service and engagement of their daughter,graduated from Spartansburg Department of Natural Resources Kimberly M. Boland, to Joshua D. Community College in are scheduled come and share ShaferofLyman, SO. Spartansburg, SCwithan'Associate important information about The bride-to-be is a graduate of degree in Engineering and is preserving the environment with Summers County High School. employed with Insulfab Plastics of the children. Atrip to the recycling Kimberly also graduated MagnaSpartansburg, SC. center in Ronceverte is scheduled for cum laude from Johnson and Wales The couple will be married at 2 Friday. University in Charlotte, NCwithan p.m. on August 14, 2010 'atthe There are more fun things Associate degree in Baking and Stanaford Missionary Baptist planned each week. Along withPastry Arts. Kim is currentlyChurch with a reception to follow. workshops/demonstrations by employed with the Panera Bread Friends and family are welcome to visiting Artists and Musicians, Company in Greenville, SC. attend. After a trip to Jamaica, the upcoming fieldtrips include, trip to The groom-to-be is_ the son of John couple will reside in Greer, SC. Lost World Caverns, Greenbrier CLASS OF 1990REtrNiON County Theatre to see "If You Give a Moose a Muffin," Beckley The Hinton High School class of Exhibition Coal Mine, and 1990 is hosting the 20 year reunion CLASS REUNION Bluestone State Park. July 23-25. 2010. We are looking for The HHS Class of 1980 is 30 weekly basis for the remainder of the Summer Fun was made possible classmates information and sending years older! If you are interested in program. A variety of other items by contributions from: The First out registration now. Please contact attending a 30 year reunion on will be included in each weekly Presbyterian Church of Hinton,one of the following people for more August 21, please contact one of the schedule. Kim and Larry Huffman, The West details. Greg Angell, wvscreaming following ASAP: Donna Helms at eagle@yahoo.corn; Andi Bennett;Mary During the week June 22 and Virginia Department Of Health and; Sara Long June 25 our theme was Community. Human Resources (Starting Points), We had readers from the Summers CASE, and Summers County We,Beth Merritt at 304-466-4052; also have a Facebook page: Hinton Laurie Bugg at; County Public Library, Schools. Aheartfelt ThankYou goes High School Class of 1990. Debbie Gwinn at 304-466-5222; presentations from Mayor Joe out to all involved in making this BarbaraLilly at 304-466-2096; Kim Blankenship, and three firemen, program possible. SHAWNEE PARKWAY Mounts at mountsk@suddenlink. The highlight of Mark Ratliff's For more information, please The annual meeting of the net. Please help us find all our presentation was getting to see all contact Jo Ann, David, or Jennifer Shawnee Parkway Authority will be classmates. Thanks! the equipment on the fire truck and at REACHH-Family Resource held 7:00 p.m. July 19, at Twin Falls the children having their picture Center (466-2226). State Park, Wyoming County, WV. taken with the truck and firemen. To take advantage of available opportunities in our community and follow the theme, the field trips this week were to the kid-- friendly Bellepoint Park and the Something Special Gem Mine in Beckley. We also visited Little Beaver State Park~ for free play and snack. ! Notice HEALTH DEPT. JtTLY SCHEDULE Don't wait in line be on time. Get your kids school vaccines. If you have children who needs vaccinations to enter school in August we recommend you get them in July. Remember school will start ~E'~/V~ t~clians: ~lxnn [-64 ~th~Alta~xit mKl~Retae 12 Seuth t4m~l~t~ arigt~t ~n ~.~ Road, travnt 3.~ mi_l~ mad ~k~ a ril~ iowEd~ T~r,l~ Chtu~h, ~ first earlier this year and you don't want l~a o, to Jud~, Ro~ ~ F~o~, 3 ~,i~ to ~ p~op~. to wait too late to complete required TOMMY G~ ~ 6~V~ vaccinations. Mondays and Wednesdays we are W4 now open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for all 304-466-3388.nursing services" Any questins call SN&R Donates to "Auction isActi0n" Hinton Little GREENWAYSRBALESTATEANDAUCTIONLCOM League As the sounds of bats winds down this year, Summers Nursing & Rehabilitation stepped up to the plate to ensure the sounds of summer will continue. The long- term care and rehabilitation center/23 |/2 H0nr Towing has donated $500 to the Hinton Little League. /Road Service "We know how important the little leagues are to the area kids and vw . ~. [~ ~ "/Wnloc~|nd ~orv|ce families," Ricky .Shrewsbury, Executive Director for Summers /General Motors, Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, said. "It's a community event, but n .,~,,/~arr~.~,~qlom|nd all of it is for the kids, their smiles and the fun they have at every ' JF0r|] M0t0~ C0mpany game." League President JeffDavis and Warranty Towing Chase Adkins, a player minor league Nationwide Insurance attended a/Light Mechanical Repairs short check presentation ceremony. Adkins, pitcher and first base, is the /Roll-Back son of Kim & Jackie Adl/ins. The donation was made possible /C0mplete Autobody Shop through the AMFM Charitable Foundation, Inc., which operates " "**~ ,'/Alldnm|nl's , Summers Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. The foundation provides /Bake Oven money taits family of skilled nursing and reha~bilitation facilitiesto /~ND MUCH!MUCHI MORBt! support community events, charities and programs. .... "Your Station" P Full-Service Service 466-0133 For Pay At the Pump Gas & Diesel Fuel ,'ILL TIRES." FREE MOUNT FREE BALANCE FREE TIRE VALVES " Head Mechanic Tim Ward Mechanics: Jeremy Lemon Mark Cales BRAKE SPECIAL: FRONT PADS ONLY LIFE lIME WARRAAITY WEAREVER GOLD $69.95 WAGNER $79.95 COMPUTER SCAN We're drivers too. GRAND PRIZE 10% of Profit) You Can't Win If You Don't Play! v August I from the Veterans Memorial Bridge (river conditions permitting) Tickets are available from members of the Campbell-Flannagan-Murrell House Museum, Hair by Michael, Giga Bytes, Hinton News, and the Visitors Center.