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6 - Hinton News Tues. July 23, 2019 BARNS OF SUMMERS COUNTY -West Virginia Heritage ommg lt 0 BIBLE SCHOOL VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Vacation Bible School will be held Vacation Bible School will be held July 29 thruAugust 1 from 6:30 to at First Baptist Church onAugust 5 8:30 at Bellepoint Baptist Church, thru 8 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. 211 Miller Avenue, Hinton. Transporation available please Camp Caleb - ~I want that callthe church at 304-466-3121. Mountain~ For children Pre-K thru 7th. Grade. RUDISILL FAMILY REUNION The RudisillFamily Reunion will be held on August 3rd. at the Oak Grove Church. TURNER REUNION Turner Family Reunion will be held on Saturday, August 10 at 10:00 a.m. at Summers County 4-H Camp. Bring your favorite covered dish to share. Dinner begins at noon. Singing In The Hills Singing in the Hills will be held on July 27, 2019 at 1:00 p.m, at the Stewart Farm on the Clayton Read. There will be good gospel singing VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL and fellowship So bring a chair and Don't miss Vacation Bible School spend the afternoon with the at Nimitz Baptist Church, July 29- Stewart & Gunter family. August 2, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Call Don Hannah at 304- Hinton Kiwanis Club 36th 466-3680 for information. Annual Pa~.eake Breakfast Hinton Kiwanis Club will be BENNETT-WADDELL participating in the 2019 West REUNION Virginia State Water Festival by The Bennett-Waddell family holding the 36th Annual Kiwanis reunion will be Saturday, August3rd Pancake Breakfast at St. Patrick at Martha's Chapel Church Picnic Catholic Church, Friday and shelter on Madams Creek. Gather SaturdayAugust 2nd- 3rd from 7:00 up the Kids and relatives come join A.M. until 11:00 AM. us to renew family ties, meet friends All proceeds will go to provide old and new enjoy good eats and scholarships and support activities good music. Open at 10 A.M. Lunch for Summers County youth, at Noon, Music by "for Him". RICHMOND FAMILY CHILDREN'S DENTAL REUNION HEALTH ASSISTANCE The 36th. Annual Richmond. The Hinton Area Foundation Family Reunion wil be held Sunday, (HAF) through the Children's July 28, 2019 at the former Bethel Health Fund, is providing payment Methodist Church at Pluto, WV. for the dental health care of All family, friends and neighbors uninsured children ages 3 to 18 of the late William Grant and Lillie years of age living in the Hinton B. Richmond and the late Arthur K. Area. Richmond are cordially invited to To qualify, parents or guardians attend, must apply by contacting Christy Please bring a covered dish and Farley at the Dental offices of drinks. Christy Kenna Fox, DDS. Call (304) A special Memorial activity is 466-4700 or stop by for an planned. Special activities for adults application at 606 Stokes Drive, and children are planned. Suite B, Hinton, WV 25951. The Festivities will begin at 12:30. Office is open Monday through We encourage EVERYONE that Thursday, 8:00 to 4:30 p.m. and can to come to this year's reunion. Friday, 8:00 to l:30.p~m This may be the last one held Applications will be reviewed and For more information, Call Debbie once approved, an apg0intment will Vest at 304-763-4324. be made to see your child. LIBRARY ART SHOW ATTENTION ALL HINTON Summers County Public Library HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES will be having their 2019 Water From the years 1920- 1994 Festival Art Show beginningAugust An all alumni reunion is being 1 st. through August 3rd. If anyone planned for Homecoming weekend would like to submit their work, October 2020. Mark your calendars please bring it to the Library at 201 and follow us on Facebook Bobcat Temple Street in Hinton by Monday, Homecoming 2020. Or contact Joe July 29th. Goins (304) 573 - 8410, or Kelly Please have the art work ready Honaker Brogran (703) 304 - 1662 for hanging. There will be a for more information. Next meeting Reception to meet the Artists from Aug. 13 @ 6 p.m. location will be 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, August 1st. at announced later. Please join us and the Library. For questior/s, please make this Homecoming something contact Austin Persinger, Director of special. the Library, or Nancy Hopps, Friends of the Library at 304-466- BIBLE SCHOOL 4490. Vacation Bible School will be held July 29 thru August 1 from 6:30 to You are cordially invited to a 8:30 at Bellepoint Baptist Church, tea party! 211 Miller Avenue, Hinton. The members of the Summers Camp Caleb - "I want that County Public Library's Tea Party Mountain" Book Club would like to invite you and your friends to attend our next RUDISILL FAMILY REUNION meeting. The Rudisi!l Family Reunion will The club meets the last Tuesday be held on August 3rd. at the Oak of every month to read and discuss Grove Church. a book. This program is intended to help young elementary age students VETERANS MUSEUM practice their reading and social The Veterans Memcrial Museum skills while fostering a love of of Southern West Virginia will be reading, open every Saturday beginning June OurnextmeetingwillbeTuesday, 1 thrn Veterans Day from 11 A.M. July 30 at 5:00 p.m. on the 3rd floor until 3 P.M. of the library. We will be reading We have artifacts from every war "The Case of the Baffled Bear" by or major conflict and era including: Cynthia Rylant. Early Frontier Revolutionary War RSVP is not required, but Civil War appreciated to ensure we ha:ce World War I enough books and treats for World WarII everyone. For questions or to RSVP, Korea please call the library at 304-466- Vietnam 4490. Gulf Wars Afghanistan BEREAVEMENT GROUP Special artifacts are General HospiceCare will be hosting a flee Douglas MacArthur's footlocker and Bereavement Group from 6 - 7 p,m, every Thursday in September, starting September 5th at our office (1265 Maplewood Avenue, Lewisburg). Anyone in the community that has lost someone close to them is invited to attend. Those interested in joining the group are asked to please RSVP with Amy Wade, LSW by calling (304) 645- 2700 or awade@hospicecarewv.org. An extract from the book for your enjoyment By Phyllis Campbell Whitley FORMER SNOWDEN GWINN BARN WAS ON LOCKBRIDGE ROAD -GREEN SULPHUR DISTRICT Lumber was cut and planed by Samuel Gwinn who obtained a Mrs. Whitley is a lifetime SnowdenGwinnforhisbarnin1895.large tract of land through a land member of the Summers County Over the years weather had taken grant. Historical Society. its toll. His granddaughter, Nancy He and his wife had thirteen The book can be purchased at the Walker Isaacs, recalled that it was children and left each 100 acres on Summers County Public Library or torn down in 2007 and a home built which to build their lives. For Mrs. by order at barnsofsummerscounty. there. Isaac the lineage is: from Samuel com. Mrs. Isaacs said that for years Gwinn, then John, followed by Mrs. Whitley's latest book before it was demolished her aunt, Lockridge, then Andy, followed by is entitled "Photographer on Hettie Bell, placed a wreath on the Ed and then Snowden and then his Horseback - John C Wikel". It door at Christmas time. daughter Frances Gwinn Walker.details life of a photographer who She also provided additional Mrs. Walker and Hettie BellGwinn lived along Little Wolf Creek in the information: The frame building lived at the home place for many early 1900s. was made from poplar and chestnut years. It can be purchased from and the foundation from hand Frances' daughter Nancy and members of the Summers County hewed stone; the upper story was husband Jack Isaacs currently Historical Society or by order at used to store hay; the extension on reside at the new house built on the photographeronhorseback.com. each side was used to store farm property on Lockbridge Road in the Sale of the Barn book benefits equipment. Green Sulphur District. the Library and sale of the Wikel Mrs. Isaacs also provided a Photograph and history provided book benefits the Summers County family history that goes back to by Nancy Walker Isaacs Historical Society. Civil War The Summers County Historical Society is collecting Civil War stories of soldiers and their families from the county. What is NOT needed is just the rank, unit served in, or other data verified by official records. What is wanted are the stories; for example, Billy Blane Basham, a Confederate left his unit without permission to return home to his family who were being harassed by a witch. This story, passed down several generations in the family, relates what the witch did to his family because she wanted one of their pigs and Mrs. Basham would not give it to her. A true story? That depends on whether or not you believe in witches, but the story is very convincing! If you know a story, it can be written and mailed or emailed to Ben Vest, 153 Oakwood Est. Scott Depot, WV 25560 or gvestmountain @gmail.com. If you prefer to tell your story verbally and let someone else write it down, please call Ben at (304) 546-8075. In addition, you could give your story to any member of the Historical Society. The end result of the collection of stories depends on the number of stories collected. If there are enough, they may be published; if only a few are collected, they simply may be placed in the new local history section of the Summers County Library or presented to the public in some kind of production. Anyone interested in helping with this project should call Ben at the number above. The Ministry Place Master Table The Ministry Place at 221 Temple a vintage 151A2 jeep. Street (corner of 3rd and Temple St.) The Veterans Museum of invites the public to join us at our Southern WV, 423 Ballengee St. weekly Master's Table. The Master's Hinton, WV 25951. Table is held every Tuesday of the ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS month year round. The meal is, Open meetings in the basement FREE and everyone is invited to of Ascension Episcopal Church, attend. The meal begins at 11:30 corner of 5th Ave. & Temple St each Tuesday. The menu changes Hinton at 8:00 p.m. every Tues weekly. This is such a blessed event Thurs & Sat. for all. Good Food! Good Friends! For more information call 1-800- Good Fellowship! No walk-ins please. 333-5051. READ WITH WILLYI ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS Did you know that even The WV State Water Festival isRummage Sale miniature horses like to read? On accepting applications for the annual pretty baby contest. The A huge rummage sale will June 5 Willy from Beyond Wishes contest will be held August 1st at be held on Saturday, August 3, visited the Library for story time- He 5:30 at the freight depot, acrossfrom 2019 beginning at 8 am. It will be loved listening to stories and the water slide. The cost is $15 and held in the fellowship hall of the meeting new friends. In fact, he applications must be submitted by Fir ~t United Methodist Church enjoyed it so much, he'll be coming July 31 st. To have an application located at 3rd and Ballengee to more story times this summer! emailed to you please send an email Streets. All proceeds will go to the Thursday, July 25@ 11:30 a.m. at to ratliffkk@gmail.com Yummy Bags Ministry. Jumping Branch Elementary. Capito, Manchin Announce Funding for Mars oJ!,Uniyersity Reseamh Senators Shelley Moore Capito (R-W-.Va.) and Joe Manchin (D- W.Va.), members of the Senate Appropriations Committee, today announced a grant of $444,000 to support Marshall University's heart and vascular diseases research. Funding is provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). "West Virginia universities continue to garner attention and support because of their dedicated research," Senator Capito said. "Because West Virginia suffers from higher rates of heart and vascular diseases, this research is particularly meaningful for our state. I'm proud to see this funding support Marshall's efforts, and I appreciate their work to help West Virginians and those across the country." "West Virginia has the highest prevalence of cardiovascular disease in the nation with 14.6% of West Virginians being diagnosed with cardiovascular diseases. To address this, we must ensure that cardiovascular research is well funded so that West Virginians and Americans can reduce their risk of cardiovascular diseases. As a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, I will continue to fight for research funding that helps West Virginians live healthier, fuller lives," Senator Manchin said. Revival The War Ridge Free Will Baptist Church will be holding a revival starting Monday, August 5th at 7 p.m. and running through Saturday, August 10th. The Revival Services will be conducted by Reverend Gary Dean who pastors the New Life Free Will Baptist Church in Kissimmee, Florida. Everyone is invited to attend these evenings of fellowship and worship. Special music will be provided by different singers each night: Billie Ann Billings - Monday, Stephanie and Carmel Perdue - Tuesday, Josh Wilson - Wednesday, Robert Cox Thursday, Charlie Hughes Friday and the Moore Family on Saturday. The Church is located at 3134 War Ridge Road in Wayside. For directions call Bonnie Galford at 304-466-4283. We hope to see you there! WEIGHT WATCHERS Weight Watchers is back in Hinton[ Meetings are on Thursday evening at 5:30 in the Fellowship Hall at First Baptist Church, 108 Temple Street, Hinton. For more information contact Connie Willey at 304-660-7206. Summers County Board of Education Regular Meeting July 25 at 6.'00 p.m. 1.Roll Call 2. Invocation/pledge of Allegiance 3.Appreval of Agenda/Adjustment 4. Approval of Minutes July 15, 2019, Regular Meeting 5. Presentations 6. Approval of Bills 7.Approve Transfers and Supplements 8. Old Business * Approve Policy to Remain on Review IV-G-1 Substitutes in Area of Critical Need and Shortage, IV-J- 0 Personal Leave Policy 9. New Business Approve policy to be Placed on ReView II-B-1 Board Meetings, V1- D-2 Homebound Policy, Approve Monitoring Contracts with Summers Schools and Safe & Sound Security Systems Inc Approve Agreement between. University of Phoenix and Summers County Schools. 10. Personnel Items Approve Resignation, 7th Grade Science Teacher at Summers Middle School, effective today, Approve Resignation, LPN Instructor at Summers County High School effective August 2, 2019, Approve Resignation, Sign Language Interpreter, effectiveAugust 1, 2019, Approve Resignation, Substitute Aide/Bus Monitor, effective today Substitute Teacher 2019-2020 school term, state scale, pending documentation and certification 5th Grade Teacher at Jumping Branch Elementary, 2019-2020 school term, state scale, pending documentation Concession Stand Coordinator for Summers County Schools, 2019- 2020 school term, $2,000 per year Kindergarten Aide/Bus Monitor at Jumping Branchg Elementary, 2019-2020 school term, state scale Special Education Aide/Bus Monitor at Hinton Area Elementary, 2019-2020 school term, state scale Graduation 20/20, 2019-2020 school term up to 4 hours, 1-2 days per week, $30.00 per hour Resend employment Golf Coach @ $825 Revise Coaching Supplement, Spanishburg Get- Together & Golf from $825 to $1650 Alumni Reception Approve Employment of Coaches. ~econd- Sat Aug I0, 1-3 p m . ;~;~ ' '--: . pending ~ert ~.~ SpanishburgSchoolDresscasuai 11 Approve Out of County weather may be warm. Bring Request spouse, friends and family. Just ED to Fayette County come! 12. Superintendent's Report Spanishburg High School! Hope 13. Public Comments to see you at the School ! Just Come! 14. Discussion of Next Agenda Free Parking! Just Come! 15. Adjournment One Stop Operations Summers Co. Public Library will wclcomc Workforce/One Stop POP UP Service Representative, Cindy Adkins to the l.ibrary on the Is~ and 3~ Wednesday ofcach month from IOa~ to I p,n to offcr FREE assist~mce to the public. This month, Cindy will bc at the Library on May 22 instead of May 15. Cindy will havc resource and contact in|brmation about services available at the Worklbrce/Amcrican Job Centers located in Beckley, Lewisburg and Princeton. Days may vary, so please contact the Summers Count)' Public Library at 304-466-4490 Pam Meadows of t.linton works with Workforcc ltepre#entativc, Cindy Adkins. Cindy is at the t.ibrary the :" 1'~ and 3'J Wednesday of each month. The Grinch Tuesday, July 23