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O =. ! Volume 115 No. 15 (Continuing the Hinton Daily News & The Weekend Leader) Home of "W. Va. Water Festival" Hinton, West Virginia Tuesday, August 22, 2017 50 Cents 9 asslc By Dan Heyman ona Darrell Mann, Tom Castle, Vickie Sturgill, Dave Sturgill The 29h annual Dickie Noel Golf $10,000! A second scholarship was Fox, DDS, Gore's Autobody, E. Classic was held at Willowwood presented this year in memory Kent Hellems, Attorney at Law, Golf Course on June 3, 2017, with of Mike Bennett. Mike loved Hinton Floral, Jarrell's Exxon, 106 players. First place team was the golf tournament and was an Kirk's (Wayne & Kathy Rice), Darrell Mann, Dave Sturgill, Vickie inspiritation and friend to all who Mann & Mann, Attorneys at Law, Sturgill and Tom Castle. Closest to knew him. J.L. Massie Ins., Nationwide Ins. the Pin on #4 was Bonnie Smith The recipient of this second(Benji Farley), Nimitz Self Storage, and Closest to the Pin on #9 was scholarship is Ashley VaughnPC Bait & Tackle, Pivont Funeral Phillip Keaton. She will be attending Concord Service, Pizza Hut of Hinton, Pop's Other awards were: Youngest University to obtain her degree ofHinton(SteveTassos),Riverwash Participant: Nathan Grimmett; in Social Work. She will receive Car Wash, Rogers Oil, Ronald Oldest Participant: Tink Ritter; $5000! Meadows Funeral Parlor, Snavely Traveled the Longest Distance to Scholarship recipients thatOutdoor Solutions, Southern Roots, the .tournament: Justin Noel (CO). attended and played in the Southern Sanitation, Studio M, The winner of the drawing for the tournament were: Mandy ConteSouthern Roots, Summers County $1000 was Jack Scott. Tyler, Ryan Crowder, Josh ARH, Summit Community Bank, The tournament began in 1989Newton, D. F. Mock, Chris DeWitt, Tony's Barbershop, Toetally in memory of Dickie Noel, a 1982 Jerod Ewing, Russell Scott, Ben Polished Nails, Geof Tuckerman, graduate ofHinton High School and Lamb, Tyler Turner, and Nathan Twin State Corp., United Bank 1986 graduate of Concord College. Grimmett. (DF Mock), The Ritz Theater, The Dickie lost his life too soon in a car We wish to thank everyone Market, MountainPlex Media, The accident at the age of 24. that helped make this tournament Guest House, Otter & Oak, VFW A scholarship fund was set up by so successful. Thanks to: Greg Post 4500, Ziegler & Ziegler, Avante his family and the golf tournament Vandall, Keith Hughes, Jackie Garde, Glade Springs, Lavender & was started in his memory by his Scott, Kristi Scott, Scott Stennett, Lockets, Magic Mart, McDonalds close friends. Mandy Conte Tyler, Jamie Clark, of Hinton, Pipestem State Park, Proceeds from the tournamentDF Mock, Willowwood and their Temple Street Barber Shop (Brian go into the Dickie Noel Memorial staff, Alfred Wykle, Ed Yates, Cooper), Rick & Katie Baker, Scholarship fund at Summit Steve Tassos, Rob Goins and Omni Howard & Lynn CroWder, Lonnie Community Bank. The scholarship Hotels, Fox Print (Larry & Cathy & Norma Goins, Jim McNeer, provides financial aid to Summers Fox), Mike Hamrick, DF Mock, Tom Barbara Noel, Bruce Pierce, John County High School seniors wishing & Diane New, Twin State, Doug Ratliff, III, Wayne & Robin Ryan, to further their education. Cales, Bill and Bryson Keaton. Sammy Sampson, Jay Sears & Over$155,000havebeenawarded Thanks to the players and the Detra Cash, Cathy Shank, Sharon to the scholarship recipients the sponsors: Anonymous donors, Smith. past 29 years. Nathan Grimmett Appalachian Eye Care, Big Four We appreciate our friends and was the 2017 recipient of the Drug Store, BK Fabrication (Brian community for your love and scholarship. He will be attending Bremer), City National Bank, Cole support. Fairmont University to obtain a Nurseries (Norm & Missy Cole), Ruth Noel, Jim, Ann, Robin, degree in Nursing. He will receive First Community Bank, Kenna Danny and Barbara People around the country have have reacted with "normal human threaten, especially the people of held or are or planning nearly decency," although he is highly color inthe area. 1,000 Stand With Charlottesville critical of President Trump.Moore said he doesn't agree with events - and folks in the Virginia The president's position hasall the counter-protesters' tactics, town know it. shifted some since last Saturday's but they came to defend people. He Nathan Moore is a steering events. Most recently, Trump said said Trump ignored that. committee member with "justice the left wing counter-protesters "It's especially terrible, because and mutual support" organization were as much to blame for the he has connections here in Together Cville. He said it's been violence as the far right neo-Nazis Charlottesville, where his family "traumatic and disconcerting" to see and White Supremacists who and he own Trump Winery just a quiet, familiar streets transformed organized the "Unite the Right" couple of miles outside of town," into the site of a terrorist act. protest. Moore observed. "And here he is But, he said they've also been Events in West Virginia include saying that both sides caused this surprised by the level of support rallies and memorials in Charleston, and giving a wink and a nod to the and solidarity. Huntington and Morgantown, fascists that actuallykilled someone "It is really strange to see your among others, on the streets of this town." town become a hashtag," MooreMoore said he wants peopleMany of the Stand with said. "Medical funds and legal-aid from other parts of the country Charlottesville events are being funds, a lot of support and donations to understand that the whiteorganized in connection with anti- - people around the country stand supremacists didn't come to Trump Indivisible groups. with Charlottesville, and that has Charlottesville to defend a statue More on what's happening been very heartening." of General Robert E. Lee. He said locally can be found at their central Moore said most political leaders they really came to intimidate and website. estiva vers The Campbell Flannagan Murrell House Museum is pleased to announce that the annual Festival of the Rivers will occur on Labor Day weekend. This free music festival is located in Hinton, Summers County, West Virginia at the confluence of the Greenbrier, Bluestone, and New rivers. As the "Gateway Community" for the New River Gorge National River, the community of Hinton and ends around 9 pm both days. The Festival of the Rivers are near Festival of the Rivers is a two-day both the National Park Service's mpsic festival featuring Grassroots New River Gorge Visitors Center on Appalachian music in celebration Interstate 64 and the breathtaking of our rivers and railroad culture. beauty of Sandstone Falls. Blues, Roots and Traditional Held at the Historic Freight musicians showcase the influence Depot (509 Commercial Street) in Appalachian music has had on the Hinton, WV, join us for a weekend world. of music, food, crafts, and fun! Visit www.cfm-fmh.org/festival- Beginning at 12 p.m. on Saturday of-the-rivers for more information and 2 p.m. on Sunday, the festival and the music line-up. SUMMERS COUNTY SCHOOL EARLY OUT Summers County Schools willrelease 3 hours early on September 1, 2017 for Teacher Trainings. BARNS OF SUMMERS COUNTY-westvirginiaHeritage An extract from the book ..... for your enjoyment B v Phyllis Campbell Whitley $1,915,434 ]n]a to Tuesday, Aug. 15, the U.S. these funds to continue improving accessible primary health care Department of Health and their services based upon high levels including: Human Services announced that of performance in one or more of One in three people living in $1,915,434 has been awarded to the following categories: Improving poverty; 27 health centers in West Virginia Quality of Care, Increasing Access One in ten U.S. children 17 years as an investment in quality toCare, EnhancingDeliveryofHigh or younger; improvement, building upon their Value Health Care, Addressing One in six U.S. rural residents; 2016 achievements. Health Disparities, and Achieving and Health centers will use these Patient-Centered Medical Home More than 330,000 U.S. funds to further improve the(PCMH) Recognition. veterans. quality, efficiency, and effectiveness "roday's awards will helpFor more than 50 years, health of the health care delivered to the health centers to provide their centers have delivered affordable, communities theyserve, communities with high quality, accessible, quality, and cost- This announcement comes affordable primary care," said effective primary health care during Health Center Week, the HRSA Administrator Dr. George services to patients. annual celebration of the high- Sigounas. "Quality care remains a Today, nearly 1,400 health quality, affordable, primary care critical trait of the Health Center centers operate more than 10,400 health centers have been providing Program, especially because health service delivery sites nationwide. for more than 50 years, centers are treating more patients For a list of FY 2017 "Americans deserve a healthcare than ever before." Quality Improvement Awards system that's affordable, accessible, HRSA also released new data recipients, visit; https://bphc. of the highest quality, with ample compiled from health centershrsa.gov/programopportunities/ choices, driven by world-leading through its Uniform Data System f u n d i n g o p p o r t u n i t i e s / innovations, and responsive to the (UDS) reporting, providing an qualityimprovement/index.html needs of the individual patient," update on the primarycare services To learn more about HRSA's said Secretary Price. being provided to patients. Health Center Program, visit: http:/! "Supporting health centers In 2016, nearly 26 million bphc.hrsa.gov/about across the country helps to achieve people (approximately 1 in 12 To find a health center in your that mission." U.S. residents) relied on a HRSA- area, visit: http://findahealthcenter. Health centers are receivingfunded health center for affordable, hrsa.gov Memories of the Joe and Bertha (Tabor) Gwinn Barn - Once on Lockbridge Road The barn built around 1940 bytime to time. purchased at the Summers County Joe and John Gwinn was torn down Their grandmother, Bertha, was Public Library or by order at between1981-82, in charge of milking the cows. She barnsfsummerscunty'cm' Mrs. Dolores Moorman and her sister, would place a pan of milk in the Whitley's latest book is entitled Peggy Gwinn, have memories ofbarn for the cats, to keep them "Photographer on Horseback - their grandparents, Joe and Bertha away while she was milling. John C. Wiker'. (Tabor) Gwinn and life on their DoloresandPeggywouldholdthe It details life of a photographer farm that they were happy to share cow's tail to keep it from swatting wholived along Little Wolf Creek in for the Barn Book. their grandmother, the early 1900s. It can be purchased The barn sat on property on Everyone liad a job on a farm. It from members of the Summers Lockbridge Road in the Green was expected, and complaints were County Historical Society or by Sulphur District, near the Town of few and far between, order at photographeronhorseback. Meadow Bridge in Fayette County. Photograph and history provided com. The type of wood used is by Dolores Moorman Sale of the Barn book benefits unknown. Hay was stored in the Mrs. Whitley is a lifetime the Library and sale of the Wikel loft and forked down for feed for the member of the Summers County book benefits the Summers County cows. Steers were kept there from Historical Society. The book can be Historical Society. # i J