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e4 Tues. Aug. 29, 2017 Hinton News - 3 2017 Rubber Ducky Prize List NEWTON R. WILSON, SR. Newton Ray Wilson, Sr. (Age 93) of Centreville, VA passed away on Saturday, July 29, 2017, peacefully at home. He retired from the U.S. ZINA ADKINS Postal Service in 1984 after 25 years of service, Deacon Wilson was a member of Paramount Baptist Zina Adkins, 77, of Elk Knob, Church for 60 years. went home to be with the Lord,He was the beloved husband of Wednesday, August 23,2017, at the the late Thelma Lofton Wilson; Bowers Hospice House in Beckley, devoted father of Joan Wilson following a short illness. Hearn, the late Robby Hayes and Born in Hinton, November 29, Newton Wilson Jr.; loving 1939, he was the son of the late grandfather to Esily (Deryck) and Oscar and EsteliaAdkins. Calvin; dear brother of Danese He was a member of the Church Crockett, Ada Jackson and the late of the Living God, and he enjoyed Calvin Wilson, Virginia Crockett, going to church, trading horses, and Clarice, and Clarence Wilson. spending time with family and Visitation was held on Saturday, friends. August 5, 2017 from 9:30 to 11 a.m. He was preceded in death by four Celebration of Life started at 11 a.m. brothers, Lewis, Snook, Willard, and at Paramount Baptist Church, 3924 BusterAdkins, and one sister Jennie 4th St S.E Washington, DC 20032. Cook. Interment was at Cheltenham Survivors include his wife of 53 Veterans Cemetery, Cheltenham, years, Helen Mary Richmond MD. on Wednesday, August 9 at 2:30 Adkins, two sons, Zina (Horse)p.m. Adkins and wife Becky of Forest Arrangements were entrusted to Hill, and Rocky Adkins of Hinton, J.B. Jenkins Funeral Home, three daughters, Cindy Farris Berry Hyattsville, MD. of Glen Morgan, and Michelle Neely, Information submitted by the and Misty Adkins, of Hinton, two Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors of sisters, HallieAdkins of Hinton, and Hinton. Ida Cook of Pipestem. Five grandchildren, Tony and Tasha Farris, of Glen Morgan, CodyAdkins of Talcott, Jessie Neely of Hinton, andWyattAdkinsofForestHill, and+ Pipeline Foes four grea~ grandchildren, and many niecos and nephows also survive See Options in Funeral Services were held at 2:00 p.m Saturday, August 26, Court Ruling 2017, at Pivont Funeral Chapel, in Hinton, with Pastors .Ron Iddings, By Dan Heyman and Penny Seymour officiating. I. G Garland Grand Prize 2. Shirley Conner Year's membership to Bobcat Fitness Center 3. Bubby Stoddard Gift Card - Cantrell Rafting 4. Mary Basham Gift Card- PC Baits 5: V. Mclntyre Basket- Toetally Toes 6. Besty Earhart Gas Card - Jarrelrs Exxon 7. Paul Kreyling Gift Car d - Otter and Oak 8. John Fekete Battery Booster. Advanced Auto 9. Michael Atkins Cash Prize. Pivont Funeral Home 10. Amy Mann Pickle Basket - Bonnie Blue's 11. Craig Cantrell 4 Gate Admissions Tickets- WV State Fair 12. Joshua Williams 2 Hour Horseback Riding- Pipestem State Park 13. Andrea Richmond 2 Hour Horseback Riding- Pipestem State Park 14. Nicole Brown Light Catcher - by Nancy O'Farrell 15. J & V Moreno Hand Warmers, hand knit - by Lani Emrich 16. Linda Ratliff Jewelry - by Jill Stanley 17. Jamey Enoch One Year's Subscription - Hinton News 18. Michael Atkins Lava Lamp - Dream Catchers 19. Connie Northren One lesson Beyond Wishes Therapeutic Riding 20. Tara Pack Gift Basket - Lavender and Lockets 21. Sean Richmond Gift Card - Big 4 Gift Shop 22. J & V Moreno Cash prize- Massie's Insurance 23. Sheron Gill Hair Care Products- Hair by Michael 24. G Garland Gift Certificate- Jack's Bargain Barn 25. Kristal Straub Gift Certificate - Kirk's 26. Andy Maken Gift Card -The Market on Courthouse Square 27. Becky Richmond Gift Card - The Ritz Theater 28. Heather Pack Gift Certificate.- Hinton Floral 29. Loretta Amick Cash Prize - S-C-S Surveyors Burial followed at the Upland CHARLESTON, W.Va.-In ligh~ 30. Karen Cantrell Earehart Cemetery. Friends called at 6 .lle, w Qu t ruling, opp0n l .t Gift Card-First CommdnityBank funeral home from~12:00 p,m. unti~:~ Want to force regulators to look at ~i: i~ancey Ofarrei~ Casli'Pr~ze, time of the service on Saturday the climate impact of the gas from Ronald Meadows ~Fttneral Home August 26. two huge proposed pipelines. 32. Junia Williams Gift Grandsons and Lee and Ray Last week the Washington, D.C. Certificate Tara Yoga West Pivont served as pallbearers. District Court ruled in favor of the Virginia In lieu of flowers, memorial Sierra Club that the Federal Energy 33. Wendy Perrone Gift contributions may be made to the Regulatory Commission should Certificate - Avant Guarde Hair Hospice of Southern West Virginia, have considered the greenhouse Studio or the church of your choice. emissions from gas carried by a 34. Sara Lucas Gift Certificate- Online condolences at pipeline from Alabama to Florida. Magic Mart www.pivontfuneralhome.com Kirk Bowers, pipelines program 35. Shane Branham Gift Arrangements by Pivont Funeralcoordinator for the Virginia chapter Certificate-Temple Street Barber Home, Hinton, WV. of the Shop Sierra Club, says his group will 36. Shane Branham One WILLIAM C. SOVINE push for that decision to be applied Year's Subscription - Goldenseal William Charles Sovine, 56 of to the Mountain Valley and Atlantic Magazine Bland, Virginia died Saturday,Coast pipelines. 37. Burlean 4pc adjustable August 19, 2017 in Wytheville, He says burning gas from those Wrench set- Value Trade Pawn & Virginia following a long illness, pipelines would mean more carbon Trade Born May 4, 1961 in Lynwood, than all Virginia power plants now 38. Cotton 5 Any Sandwich California, he was the son ofCharles emit - nearly 100 million tons a Coupons-McDonalds W. and Jean Lilly Sovine of Hinton. year. 39. Tear Winfree 5 Any Sandwich Mr. Sovine was a retired "And that's almost double what Coupons-Mc Donalds computer programmer. He was a we have now," he points out. "And 40. G Vandall 5 Any Sandwich loving son, husband, father and that means that we're blowing our Coupons- Mc Donalds brother and will be dearly missed by carbon budget at a time when we 41. G Wine 5 Any Sandwich his entire family, can't afford to use more fossil fuels Coupons- Mc Donalds He was preceded in death by his and emit more greenhouse gasses." 42. Phyllis Ayers 1 Large Pizza ( wife, Lorraine Sovine in 2014.The companies behind the I topping) - Pizza Hut, Hinton Survivors include his parents,pipelines did include those carbon 43. S Renner 1 Large Pizza ( 1 two daughters, Nicole Sovine of Las emissions in their applications, topping) - Pizza Hut, Hinton Vegas, NV and Lauren Sovine ofBut Bowers calls their estimates 44. Nicky Critchley 1 Large Aus.tin, TX. One sister, Tammi~'incomplete, inaccurate and low." Pizza ( 1 topping) - Pizza Hut, Humbert & husband Will of Downey, Energy companies have plans Hinton CA. Fiancee', Lori Price of Bland, [or about a dozen new pipelines 45. B Parker 1 Large Pizza ( 1 VA. Niece, Magen Humbert of Santa ;o carry Marcellus and Utica gas. topping)- Pizza Hut, Hinton Barbara, CA and nephew, Ryan rhey argue the projects are justified 46. Chris Scites Gift Card- Humbert & wife Kimie of Downey, ~y future demand, although others Kroger CA. ~spute that. 47. Nancey O'farrell 2 Lunches Honoring Mr. Sovine's wishes, Mountain Valley and Atlantic Gift Card-POP's cremation services have been Coast are two of the three pipelines 48. Connie Northren 5 Tanning provided by Pivont Funeral Home. Lhat would go from northern West Sessions- Studio M There will be no public service. Virginia to eastern Virginia and 49. Renee Spears Facial Gift Online condolences at www. North Carolina. Certificate-Southern Roots pivontfuneralhome.com The Sierra Club has pushed 50. Chuck HillCash Prize- Arrangement by Pivont Funeral for FERC to consider cumulative Fishers Auto Parts Home, Hinton, WV. impacts and overall need - arguing 51. Kathy Caies Cooling Towel- the commission was created to Save.O-Lot ADDICTION SCREENINGS prevent duplicate projects. 52. S Renner One Utility Knife- Narconon can help you take steps But Bowers says FERC insists Hinton Hardware to overcome addiction in your family, on looking at each pipeline Call today for free screenings or separately. , rewferrals 1-800-431-1754. FERC said they werent in the Alderson Municipal Planning ALDERSON COMMUNITY business of determining whether Commission will meet Thursday FARMER'S MARKET they should have three pipelines Sept. 7 at 7:00 PM in Alderson City "The Alderson Comn~unity or not," he states. "And we've got Hall, 202 South Monroe Street. Farmer's Market will be hosted all these reasons why we don't They will continue working toward this upcoming Sunday, September need more pipelines, and FERCa new Zoning Code. All interested 3rd at the Visitor's Center on said they're taking a blind-eye people are invitedto attend. Riverview, starting at 10am and approach." - Articles submitted totheHinton'- finishing at 2pro. In addition to Bowers says FERC also will News must reach the office by farm-fresh produce, a variety of grant permission for pipelines to go baked goods and handmade crafts ahead, even before the application will be available, i~ucy Ramey will process and court challenges are finished. He says in fact, the Alabama pipeline was finished and operating before last week's court ruling came down. begin playing music at Noon, which is also when kid-friendly activities start. Cornhole boards and bags will be set up in the middle of the market by 12:30pm, for anyone who wants to pls~." Historic Day in Monroe County Thursday noon in order to be considered for publication in the following Tuesday paper. Please include your name and a phone number where you can be reached during business hours. The Hinton News reserves the right to edit any material and regrets that articles cannot be returned. Items for the Bulletin Board must reach the office by 11 am Monday in order to be considered for publication. Justlc Announces New, eas Coal Back to Plan would create a Homeland Security incentive to guarantee Appalachian coal's availability to keep power grid operational on Eastern Seaboard in times of emergency CHARLESTON, WV Gov. natural gas or coal produced in continue to provide the coal that Jim Justice has developed a newother areas of the country, keeps the lights on in our country," revolutionary plan to put tens of "Keeping our Eastern coalfields Gov. Justice added. thousands of coal miners back to and our miners working is critical 'WVhen the power grid gets work in West Virginia and across to national security," Gov. Justice. compromised the coal from Appalachia while providing a "All it is going to take to shut the Appalachia can be trucked to our critical addition to national security power grid down to the entire power plants so they can be put and the stabilization of the Eastern Eastern half of the country is a back on line as quickly as possible. Seaboard's power grid. bomb being placed at a key natural If we don't do this and protect Gov. Justice has met with gas pipeline or on a major highway our Eastern coalfields we will be President Donald Trump and has artery to the West. putting the country at great risk. presented his plan, that calls for Chaos would ensue, just look at We should not be willing to gamble $4.5 billion annually in federal the mayhem that took place in New and roll that dice, rm not." funding to power companies that York a few years back when the"In the world we live in today, burn steam coal mined in Northern grid shutdown for a night, unfortunately, what rm talking and Central Appalachia. Think about what would happen about here isn't far-fetched, people The incentive would guarantee if the power grid was shutdownneed to awaken to what could that Eastern. coal would be for 60 to ~0 days in the dead of happen. It's a matter of being available to keep the power grid up winter. We could lose hundreds of prepared," said Gov. Justice. and operational in the event of any thousands of people." type of emergency shutdown that "I'm working as hard as I can would impact power plants utilizing for West Virginia and its people to Camp Meeting On The Greenbrier Camp meeting on the Greenbrier, a RiverRevival, willbeginThursday, August 31 and continue through Labor Day afternoon, September 4. The main services are at 10:30 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. each day, beginning on Thursday evening and ending with the final service on Monday morning. There will also be special services and activities for the children and youth. A number of singers and speakers will be participating in this special event. The guest evangelist for camp this year will be Rev. David Gallimore. ROv John Wilshon will be speaking on Saturday evening with River's Edge providing special music. The Mark Dubbeld Family will be ministering to us through music from Friday through Labor Day, There will be a Singspiration on Sunday afternoon at 2:00, and the Camp will conclude with a picnic on Monday afternoon.~There are campsites:and dorms a~caflable, Come for a service or cometo stay! Camp meeting on the Greenbrier will take place on the banks of the Greenbrier River at Camp Summers 4H Camp near Hinton, WV. The Camp was formerly known as the Peyton Camp meeting. For more information call Jeff Chambers at 304 573-4274. On August 26th 2017, a group of people from WV, VA, Florida, Oklahoma and Ohio came to the Sweet Springs Resort in Monroe County to harvest the Hemp plot. First time since the 30's that hemp has been grown in Monroe County (Legally). It was a great day. The plants will be used for various projects including research. If you want to know more contact the WV Hemp Farmers Co-op. Only about 1/3 of the plants where harvest this week, the rest will be harvest soon. If you are interested in learning more or participating stay tuned to the Sweet Springs Resort Park Foundation Facebook page to see when they will return to harvest the rest of the crop You can also keep up to date with projects happening around the Old Sweets Springs Hotel included on going restorations. HEALTH DEPARTMENT SCHEDULE Immunizations are, given every Monday and Wednesday at the Summers County Health Department. Please call if any questions 304-466-3388. Event Postings Via Expl Summers County Tourism Website If your business or organization has any upcoming events you would like help promoting please go to www.Exploresummerscounty.com/ submitevent and complete the form so we can add your event to our calendar and help further promote it through social media. You can find us on Facebook under "Explore Summers County.~ We also have a bulletin board in our window if you have event fliers for display. Bricktop Tribute Concert Join us for the 4th annual Tribute roots by belting it out with her own to "Bricktop" in Alumni Park in jazz trio, Robinson, Hoffman, and Alderson, WV. The concert is free Sellards, formerly known as the and open to everyone. It will be Robinson-KengaTrio. ShehaaoRen locatecl in ,the park~on;~he Monroe been. an official judge~ fo~a myriad County side of AlderSon at the end of s~atewide vocal competitions; of the pedestrian bridge. Bring a and has appeared occasionally on blanket or chair to enjoy the show! public radio and local music radio Food and drink will be available for shows including Music from the purchase. Mountains and Mountain Stage. Ada "Bricktop" Smith was born Joining her at the 4th annual in Alderson in August 1894. She Tribute to Bricktop in Alderson, achieved fame as a jazz singer and WV, will be guita wist extraordinaire dancer, vaudevillian, and nightclub BILL HOFFMAN, who hails from owner in the '20s-'50s. She owned Roanoke, Virginia. Hoffman is a nightclub in Paris, Rome, and known for his flawlessly smooth Mexico City. style and his Sweet renditions of ROBINSON, HOFFMAN, and jazz standards. He is an exceptional SE DS, a jazz trio musician with an amazing technical W r i t e r / A r t i s t / V o c a I i s t knowledge of jazz. Hoffman SUSANNA ROBINSON has been currently plays with several groups a fixture and creative force in the including Roanoke's big band, The Lewisburg area for more than 25 Old Timers. years. She was a founding member Rounding out the trio is upright of long-lived jazz combo Ghost bassist JOHN SELLARDS, Town Swing, well known statewide formerly of Boston, and who has and beyond for their sultry very recently returned to his roots interpretations of jazz standards, in Beckley, West Virginia. Sellards and has often been featured as is not only a superb musician, but is guest vocalist for the Manhattan a brilliant music historian as well. Jazz Quartet. In demand as both live player and Robinson has also appeared with session musician, he is welcomed Ancestor Radio and Sam and Janet back to the mountain state with Evening, as well as the eclectic open arms, and looks forward to Squawkin' Henry being part of the Bricktop tribute She still returns to her jazz in beautifulhistoricAlderson. BOOK FOR SALE NOTICE A book the founding and history of Marthas Chapel Church is now available for sale. For information call Dean NARCONON Bennett: 304-466-1402. Narconon reminds families that abuse of heroin and opiod drugs has JOHN HENRY DAYS become a national health crisis. The John Henry Days Committee Learn to recognize the s~gns of will be meeting the 3rd Thursday of heroin abuse and get your loved ones every month. The meeting will be help if they are at risk. Visit held at 7:00 P.M.in the basement of www, narcononnewliferetreat.org/ the Trinity United Methodist blog/naloxone-availability.html to Church in Talcott. 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