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8 - Hinton News Tues. Aug. 22, 2017 £4 VE THE DATE September 16, 2017 4-7 p.m. Evening of Hope at Lifeline Church Sponsored by summers County Loving Hearts Team ulletta W.Va. high school graduates On September 16, 2017 the SUMMER BIRD 2017 Ward Reunion automatically accepted into TeamSummerSis sponsoringC°unty theL°vingthird HeartSannual Campbell-Flaunagan'Murrell'As Saturday, September2,2017 local community colleges EveningOfHopeLuminariaService a "summer bird who just returned Bluestone State Park Activity at the Lifeline Church in Hinton. to this beautiful area for several Building We will have a dinner from 4-S months, I wanted to tell everyone 10 a.m. Registration & Family Charleston, WVAugust 14, 2017- result is an affordable education p.m. in the fellowship hall of the The West Virginia Community and leading to jobs that keep young church. Cancer survivors and about the new changes at your Pictures Technical College System (CTCS) people in West Virginia. children under 4 eat free. The cost Campbell-Flannagan-Murrell 12:00 p.m. Group Photo has launched a new initiative tohelp West Virginia has struggled for for all others is $5.00. museum. The museum is fascinating 12:30 p.m. Lunch and free to tour on Saturday 2:00 p.m. Business Meeting boost the college going rate of high years with losing population, as After dinner, we will go into the afternoons. 2:30 p.m. Craft Auction school graduates in the mountain young people leave to find work, but sanctuary for the program that Over the winter, the volunteers at 3:00 p.m. Egg Tess & Games state. All recent West Virginia high CTCS is working to combat this celebrates survivors & caregivers, the museum were able to write a 5:30-7:00 p.m. Wiener Roastschool graduates, have beenissue. Every recent high school those still in their battles & honor script that explains much of Hinton's 7:00-8:00 p.m. Bingo automatically accepted into their graduate is guaranteed acceptance, those we lost. Most of all, we history. Now while you tour the Remember to bring a couple of local community and technical and students are encouraged to celebrate HOPE. college, reach out to their local community When the program concludes, we museum you are able to listen with dishes to share for lunch as well as "Our high school graduates are college to learn how to enroll. This will be lead out to the parking lot your smart phone! Docents are still hot dogs and buns. Chili slaw, with you and will talk with you if onions, and condiments for. the the future of West Virginia. They opportunity allows students who where lit luminaria bags line the lot. embody our hopes and dreams for aren't sure ifcollegeis right for them You have the opportunity to walk you do not have a phone. Please wiener roast will be furnished by the our beloved state. West Virginia's to try it out for a fraction ofthe cost. around & look at all the bags, once come and see the wonderful museum Ward Reunion. and learn more about Hinton's We will be selling drinks again community and technical colleges With programs that last two again honoring & celebrating. This history! this year Sodas and bottled water want them to know they have a years or less, community andportion of the program is always Come visit- 422 Summers Street will be 75 cents. All proceeds from future here," said Chancellor Sarah technical colleges are an efficient very moving. Tucker. "We offer a variety of and affordable way to receive an We are currently taking orders for Hinton, WV drink sales go into to Ward Reunion programs that will lead them to high education that leads to a tangible luminaria bags. The costs of the bags Treasury. Support the Ward Reunion wage jobs right here at home," career in the mountain state, are $5 00 for white bags & $10.00 VETERANS MUSEUM HOURS Remember to bring your The Museum will be open each homemade craft item (no food Community colleges are the most If you have questions about how for purple/white bags. To order a Saturday from 12 noon to 4:00 p,m. please) for the Craft Auction. And affordable higher educationto take advantage of this luminaria see any member of the Historical Displays range from please be prepared to bid genereus!7 opportunity in the state, and often opportunity, calll-866TwoYear, and Summers Early frontier days, the as this is first, and foremost, a fund- lead directly to employment. The staffwill be happy to assist you. County Loving Hearts Team or you may contact Teresa Mann at Revolutionary War, The Civil War, raiser for the Reunion treasury.Protecting Our Parks: 304-712-8647, Betty Miller at 304- World War I, World War II, Korea, For sale this Year 923-6672 or Melanie Grimmett at Viet Nam, and to the Present Group Photos ......... $10 Mideast. Choose from the following Tour guides are present, packages: Admission is free. One 8x10 Two 5x7 or Three 4x6 SC FARMER'S MARKET Photos will be mailed the week National Campaign Launches to Fight Environmental Rollbacks 304-466-5519. Thank you in advance for your support of this event. All proceeds from this evening go to the American Cancer Sociel:y so that we can continue the HOPE for a cure. The Summers County Farmers following the reunion Hope to see you there. Market has grown! The Market is Selection of Adult or Youth T- now open twice a week. Tuesday shirts as well as Hats Iconic trips to the country's North Carolina. Today, August 17, evenings from 4 p.m.-6 p.m. at the Limited Sizes and Quantities national parks are a part of most is the deadline to comment on Letter ToiThe Hinten Freight Depot located at 509 available photo albums tucked on bookshelves offshore drilling leases. Editor Commercial St. and Fridays from 8 The Ugly Man & Pretty Girl across the United States, but those Citizens can learn more at a.m. -12 p.m. in the parking lot of Contests parks are in jeopardy, according to Thank Everyone Lifeline Church, 505 Stokes Dr. Are You ready to Challenge the the National Parks Conservation pointed out that the regulations Enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables, 2017 Winners? Association. The organization is currently in place safeguard public baked goods, fresh flowers, value **Special Note** fighting environmental rollbacks by lands while allowing for Dear Editor: added items and much more all We have limited change available Congress and the Trump development where it can happen The Hinton Kiwanis Club would grown locally! For more information at reunion. Please help us and administration that prioritize oil with minimal risk to the llke te thank everyone in Hinton and ,visit Summers County Farmers remember to bring smaller bills for and gas development over the health environment. "We are really here to Summers County who supported our Market on Facebook. purchases and quarters for cake and safety of national parks and the protect the best of America, and 34th Annual Pancake Breakfast walk people who love them. Nick Lund we've developed ways to protect during the West Virginia State All proceeds from sales at the with the NPCA said it's time for all those parks and also allow oil and Water Festival at the St. Patrick H?MECOMING Ward Reunion, including drinks, Americans to speak up. "They gas where it is appropriate and a Catholic Church. Martha s Chapel Church on shirts, and photos, as well as any should get involved because this is balance has been struck," he said. All proceeds will go to MadamsCreekwillbeholdingtheir other collections, go into the Ward America, lmean, this is our national "But these actions by the Trump scholarships for 2018 graduating annual Homecoming, Sunday, Reunion t~asury for thebenefit of parks, administration are trying to upset high school seniors.Again, we thank August, 27th. Everyone welcome, the Ward Reunion. Thank you for These are the most special, the that balance and risk real harm to everyone for making our Pancake Come join us.Agreat lunch followed your continued support and success most iconic places that we have, and nation'al parks. "In more than 40 Breakfast the most successful by music by Crimson River. of the reunion, once they're gone, they're gone," national parks, the federal breakfast ever. If you have questions about this Lund said. "Once they're injured, government owns the surface lands Thank you, they're gone. Once their air quality and private companies own the Jim Clark, Secretary REVIVAL year's reunion contact Stan Ward, is bad and you can't breathe when mineral rights o places such as Hinten A Holy Ghost Revival will be held on Sept. 7th., 8th., and 9th. at President at 304-466-1554 you're in there, it's not the same Everglades in Florida and GrandFall Soccer Registration Spruce Run Chapel. Services start HOECOMING national park. "Specifically, Lurid is Teton in Wyoming. Opponents of ' King's Warriors Youth at 7:00 p.m. What: Homecoming at Little Wolf concerned about the additional drilling say that Development League industrialization oflandscapos next exploration has resulted in excess Open for girls and boys ages 4 Guest Speaker will be Pastor C;veek Baptist Church Buck, Hinton' to national parks suchas Dinosaur pollution and harming of native (Kindergarten) through U-16 (turn Dalley Maynard. Special music by: National Monument in Colorado and wildlife. 16 any time during 2017 calendar Johnny Jones, Berie and Anne Neal, When: Aug. 27th. Cape Hatteras National Seashore in year). Destiny Moore. Time: 10:00 a.m. worship 11:00 1 st Registration/Skills Testing: Time of fellowship and snacks a.m. after the services. Where: LWCB Church Stories Told spruce Run Chapel is located on Bring covered dish and have Rt. 12 in Forest Hill, WV. lunch with us, special singing. and Movement YOUTH SPORTS Council Hinton Girls Youth Basketball Draft August 26th 10:00 a.m. @ the Summers County High School Gym. Sar lous Wondcrctms: Dream On on Auinu The Hinton Youth Girls Basketball League will hold their 2017 draft on Saturday, August 26 This is a weekly publication ofthe at 10:00 a.m. at the Summers Summers County Council on Aging County High School Gym. All girls Inc., 120 Second Ave., Hinton. in grades 4-6 in Summers County Funded in part by the WV Bureau Schools are eligible to play. of SeniorServices,AppalachianArea Sign-up sheets and information Agency on Aging, other grant and sheets are in all county schools this Lewisburg, W.Va., Greenbrier to back him up, Laney will have no local resources and donations. Any week. The cost of participation is Valley Theatre, the State trouble using his talented cast to older persons is encouraged to onlya $10.00 insurance fee. Please Professional Theatre of West The director/choreographer has participate in the program sign up this week at your school or Virginia, is proud to bring you the never worked on The Marvelous regardless of race, creed, handicap make sure you attend the draft to fulfilled musical The Marvelous Wonderettes series before, but it's Wonderettes: Dream On. The clear to him that this is a celebration or national origin. The Summers be placed on a team. Questions may County Council onAgingis an equal be addressed to coach Chad Meador newest addition to the popular The of the music. Laney has been opportunity employer. @ (304) 890-3861. Marvelous Wonderettes series, this working tirelessly to show the Wednesday, August 23: White production will run August 24 & 25 audience all the fun there is to be Beans, Chopped Onions, Harvard FALL LADIES CONFERENCE August 31 September 2 and had in this musical celebration, and Beets, Cherry Cobbler, Cornbread, Riverview Chapel will be having September 6-9 at 7:30, with a Pay he felt especially inspired by the Margarine/Milk. Activity: Pontoon a Fall Ladies Conference on What You Can Preview performance discesongs. August 23 at 7:30 p.m. and a"The disco music is great," Laney Boat Ride 10:00 a.m. Bingo 10:15 Saturday, September 23rd from 10- a.m. 3. Contact Cathy Ross for more matinee performance September 2 said. "Allows for the choreography Thursday, August 24: Baked details and to reserve your seat. 304- at 2:30 p.m. to open up and go a bit wild." With Tickets are $30 for general infectious dance moves that bring to Chicken, Corn, Marinated Green 466-0769. admission, $27 for seniors and $20 life such beloved classics as the Beans, Jell-O, Whole Wheat Bread, for children/students. For tickets or carefree "I've Got the Music In Me," Margarine/Milk. Activity: Lesley Woodrum Extension Agent for EVENING OF HOPE more information, call GVT's Box the romantic "L-O-V-E" and the Summers County Topic ~Active for Evening of Hope Luminaria Office at 304-645-3838 or visit empowering "I Will Survive," this Life~ 11:00 a.m. Binge 10:15 a.m. Service will be held September 16, In this blast show will entertain anyone looking Friday, August 25: Sauerkraut/ 2017 from 4-7p.m. at Lifeline from the past, four young girls say for a good time. Weiners, Mashed Potatoes, Mixed Church in Hinton. This event is goodbye with great style te a beloved Experience the joy of The Vegetables, Blueberry Cobbler, sponsored by Summers County teacher through 60s and 70s music. Marvelous Wonderettes: Dream On, Loving Hearts Team. To purchase a With favorites like "Downtown," runningAugust 24 & 25, August 31 Whole Whea~ Bun, Margarine/Milk. lumaria bag for $5.00 please contact "Build Me Up, Buttercup" and "We September 2 and September 6-9 at Activity: Morning at the Ritz 9:15 Teresa Mann at 304-712-8647. See are Family," this musical is sure to 7:30 p.m., with a Pay What You Can a'~onday, August 28: Pinto you there, keep your toes tappin' and your Preview performance August 23 at Beansl Chopped Onions, Cole Slaw, hands clappin' all night long! 7:30 p.m. and a matinee Sliced Peaches, Cornbread, Choreographing and directingperformance September 2 at 2:30 Margarine/Milk. Activity: Bible CALL ACWP this production is GVT's long-time p.m. Study With Pastor Robbie Redes at If you see a dog in a neglectful or" partner Donald Laney. Producing Tickets are $30 for general 11:00 a.m. Bingo at 10:15 a.m. abusive situation please ACWP. If ArtisticDirectoroftheWestVirginia admission, $27 for seniors and $20 Tuesday, August 29:. Salisbury you see a stray dog on the road, Dance Company and Instructor at for children/students. For tickets or Steak/Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Pea especially one that you've never seen the WV Governor's School for the more information, call GVT's Box Salad, Vanilla Pudding, Whole before, pleasecallACWP.Ifyouhave Arts since 2005, Laney last worked Office at 304-645-3838 or visit Wheat Bread, Margarine/Milk. a litter of puppies and would like with the theatre as the This program is Activity: Summers County COA them to be placed in homes that are - choreographer on the outstanding presented with financial assistance Site Meeting at 11:00 a.m. Bingo at pre-approved as responsible pet 2017 production of Pippin. Other from the West Virginia Division of 10:15 a.m. owners than please call ACWP. The credits include the 2015 production Culture & History, and the National Menu changes may occur due to number is easy to remember 855- of Beehive! and the 2016 hit Jesus Endowment for the Arts, with Christ Superstar. approval from the West Virginia availability of food or due to WV4-PETS. With such an impressive resume Commission on the Arts. circumstances beyond our control. ' Tuesday, August 15th, 5-8 p.m. 2nd Registration/Skills Testing: Tuesday, August 22nd, 5-8 p.m. (Need to attend only ONE Tuesday Registration/Skills Testing) They will be held at Countryside Baptist Church and Peterstown Soccer Complex. Please plan to register and practice at the location nearest you. Questions? Call Jonathan V~rmdle (Youth Pastor) at (540)958-1509 or 1 (304)466-9080. We also have a soccer program for older players through the King's Warriors varsity team. Go to or call the above number for more information. ,From Page 3 Obituaries ' and Gerald L. Richmond (Lott-l-e') of Princeton, WV. One daughter, Beverly J. Thompson (Greg) of Roanoke, VA. Six grandchildren, Heather Zambito, Jaime Blake, Sara Howard, Jillian Tieman, Alex Thompson and Zachery Thompson. Eleven great grandchildren also survive. Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at First Baptist Church in Hinton with Pasters JeffCanterbury and Ronald Cobb officiating. Burial followed in Restwood Memorial Gardens in Hinton. Friends called from 6 until 8 p.m. Tuesday evening; August 15 at the funeral home, and one hour prior to services on Wednesday, August 16 at the church. Pallbearers were the Men's Bible Class at First Baptist Church and David Eskridge and Melvin Plumley. Online condolences at www.pivont Arrangements were by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton, WV. HAROLD D. YOUNG Harold D. Young (Tiny), age 75, of San Antonio passed away on August 5, 2017 after a courageous battle with cancer. Harold was born in Hinton, West Virginia on February 15, 1942 to Moody and Vida Young. He was preceded in death by his parents, Delmer Bennett, sister Dolores, brothers in law JimmyArce, Donald Lane and James Miller, and his niece, Patricia Arce Garrett. Harold was an Air Force Vietnam Veteran. Harold had a kind and giving heart, always ready and willing to help others. He enjoyed bowling, softball, hunting and fishing. Harold retired from Southwest Research Institute after 25 years of service. He is survived by wife Amelia Young, daughter Deborah Alvarez and husband Thorn, grandchildren Stacie and StephanieAlvarez, sister Betty Lane-Miller, brother Billy Joe Young and wife Joyce, sisters in law OpheliaArce and MariaA. Rosendez and niece Eva Marie Lane. The Holy Rosary will be recited at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church (409 W. Krezdorn, Seguin, Tx. 78155) on September 30, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. with a memorial mass to follow at 10:30. Interment will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. The family would like to thank Dr. Ronald Drengier and the staffat the START Center in San Antonio, the staff at Methodist Transplant Hospital, VA Shavano Clinic, Comprehensive Home Health and VITAS Hospice for the care Harold received throughout his illness. Memorial contributions may be given to the St. Jude's Children's Hospital, Shriners Hospital or charity of one's choice. PSI)- 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.