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National Preparedness Month: Keep Your Family Safe in an Emergency Tues. Sept. 5, 2017 Hinton News -7 (StatePdnt) When it comes to to filter their water following an emergency and natural disaster emergency situation. Be sure your preparations clean, unc taminatedemergency supplies include a water should be top-of-mind, portable filter which can fit onto a September, which is National wide variety of popular water botde Preparedness Month, is an ideal time brands such as LifeStraw Universal for individuals and families to make This versatile filter fits on most certain that they will be able tobottles you already own and offers hydrate safely throughout the two-s ge filtration to remove duration ofan emergency. 99.999999 percent of bacteria and Natural disasters, such as 99.999 percent of lXOtozoa, while also tomadoes, floods and hurricanes,reducing chemicals, bad taste and can eompr(anise local water sources, odors. TI- LifeStraw Universal kit is Flooding can be especially available online and at specialty retail danger,s, when harmful bacteria stores. and contaminants that transmit life- "We've de, lopcd portable threatening diseases can be present filtration technology to give in ramrby waterways. Unfortunately, consumers greater confidence that, in flooding can occur after a manber of an emergency situation or natural emergency scenarios, frcrn heavy disaster, they can have access to rains to hm'rieanes to situations safe water for days, weeks, own when snow meits tooquiekly, months following a situation where omarnination in flesh water theirwater supply is compromised," sources eontim es to be a public says Hill. health problem domestically and While most people don't like to worldwide. Dm-ing emergency dwell on worst case scenarios, the scenarics, the issue is amplified as right preparation can help you remain water can become unreliable for healthy and safe during an i 11" consumpt o , says Alison Hill emergency, This National managing director of LifeSlraw, a Preparedness Month; be sure that manufacturer of water f'dtraticat you equip your family with practical systems, means to have safe drinking water. Consumers need to have the ability **** * [m Summit Community Bank to be a Sponsor for the Hinton Area Foundation Autumn After Five Auction Pictured above are Sharon Cole (L) and Randy Bowles (R) OF Summit Community Bank presenting a check for $250 to Regina Gwinn Eckle (C) of the Hinton Area Foundation. The Autumn After Five Auction will be held on September 25th at the McCreery Hotel and Conference Center from 6-9 p.m, For more information on how to donate items for the auction or obtain tickets please contact any board member or call 304/466-5332. He that would the daughter win must with the mother first begin. --English Proverb If yon have never been hated by your child, you have never been a parent. --Bette Davis about your club, church group and civic organizations, births, engagements, weddings, academic honors, men and women in the armed services, sports and all community activities. To be considered for publication, items should be timely, either typed (NOT in all caps) or printed legibly. The best way to send an article by e-mail is tocut and paste the article in to the body of the e-mail. The best way to send a photo isjpg. They should be sent as an attachment only. Mon. & Tue.: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wed.: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Thurs.: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed Fri., Sat., & Sun. By Jake Zuckerman, Charleston Gazette-Mai made several high-level contacts He said he knew they worked there, for Christian organizations, and He said he grew concerned about believes that if they did work for the prosecution of Christians in the government, it would have been regions controlled by the Islamic a low-level job. State terrorist group, and wanted While Clay acknowledged the to connect Trump, who he correctly Russians could have been involved guessedwouldbethenextpresident, in spycraft, he thought that would with Russians a friend knows who be a stretch. work to protect Christians in those "When you're dealing with areas, foreigners, you never really know, Clay said he sent the request to but you've got to have faith in Rick Dearborn, a Trump campaign people, particularly when they're A Charleston man and militaryofficial who now works as Trump's talking about Christian values," he contractor said Monday he is deputy chief of staff, but Dearborn said. the person mentioned in an told him such a meeting would need In its report Monday, CNN quoted email reviewed by congressional to go through the proper channels, SteveHall, aformerchiefofRussian investigators who allegedly tried to namely the U.S. Department of operations for the CIA, who said set up a meeting between Russian State, more commonly known as there has been a "long and torrid officials and then-candidate Donald the State Department. history" of collaboration between Trump's campaign staff in 2016. Clay said Dearborn also told him Russian religious institutions and Rick Clay confirmed via phonethe meeting would be inappropriate the Russian intelligence system. Monday he is the person mentioned at that time, and he agreed.Clay was chief operations officer in the emails, as was first reported According to the CNN report,for Ranger Scientific, the company by CNN on Monday. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W. that said in 2016 it would build an Last week, CNN reported that Va.,also fielded a request from Clay ammunition manufacturing plant investigators had found an email to forward his contact information in eastern Kanawha County. that said someone from "W~' on to the campaign to set up a He later stepped away from the had tried to set up a meetingmeeting with the Russians, which company, after the Gazette-Mail between Trump's staff and Russian she~ did. reported that company official had President Vladimir Putin, as part Capito's staff confirmed that to made similar promises elsewhere of the larger investigation into CNN. and never followed through. Russian attempts to influence last "Senator Capito received a The email in question was first year's presidential election in favor request from a constituent to pass reported by CNN on Thursday, or Trump. along his contact information to the triggering a goose chase in the state "It's 100 percent true, I'm the Trump campaign. She did so and regarding who the unidentified man 'WV' guy, and it t~ad everything to asked the campaign to follow up. from "WV" could be, who was said do with Christian values," Clay told That was the extent of her to have some ties to West Virginia the Gazette-Mail. involvement," wrote Capitopolitics. He would not identify th~ friend spokeswoman Ashley Berrang in On the heels of the CNN report, who knows the Russians. an email to the Gazette-Mail. the state Democratic Party issued Clay said he worked for yearsClay said he does not remember a news release implying Gov. Jim with the military within both the the names of the Russians who Justice or state Delegate Riley U.S. Department of Defense and as would have been party to theMoore, R-Jefferson, could have been a private contractor on rebuilding meeting, and does not know if they the unidentified West Virginian. Iraq after the U.S. invasion, and work for the government. Both men denied the accusation. While gelatin was i~)Vented in 1845,WEIGHT WATCHERS JELL-O, which is al~ackaged gelatin dessert/did not get its'name until Weight Watchers -is back.i:n 1897. Pearle g. Wait was the first Hinton! Meetings are on Thursday person to develop a fruit-flavored evening at 5:30 in the Fellowship gelatin and his wife gave the dessert Hall at First Baptist Church, 108 itsname. Temple Street, Hinton. For more information, contact Connie Willey at 304-660-7206. Six Amazing Secrets Behind Your Smile (NAPS)--Each smile is unique, of years after someone dies. Studying What does yours say about you? the teeth of human ancestors has taught Your Teeth Tell Your Story scientists some fascinating things about Scientists can learn a great deal about history. For example, studies of dental people based on their teeth. Teeth can re- remains have found evidence that the veal people's age, diet and where they'live, first travelers to leave Africa for China Teeth can also display signs of stress or set out about 80,000 years ago and that illness, providing researchers with ~ de- early humans used a simple form of as- tailed history of a person's life and health, pirin for pain relief. Even the toughest Teeth MarkYour Individualitysubstance in the body needs regular Your teeth are as unique as your fin- care, however. gerprints. No two teeth--even two teeth Your Teeth Are Tough, in the same person's mouth--are the But They NeedYourHelp same. Each of your 20 baby teeth and 32 There are more than 300 different permanent teeth has its own profile and types of cavity-causing bacteria. They varies in shape and size. feed on leftover sugar in your mouth, They've Been With You Since Birth creating acids that leave small holes in Your teeth were always there--even your teeth. Protect your teeth bybrush- if no one could see them at first. You are ing twice a day with a fluoride tooth- born with the crowns of your baby teeth paste, cleaning between your teeth once beneath your gums. These teeth make a day, and eating a healthy diet that lira- their entrance when you're 3 to 6 months its sugary drinks. old. The crowns and roots of your per- Who Cares About Your Teeth? manent teeth form beneath your baby Your dentist does. In addition to teeth, eventually pushing them out of daily home care, your teeth need regu- the way and triggering a visit from the lar dental cleanings and checkups. Visit Tooth Fairy. for a nearby Teeth Survive Long After Death American Dental Association dentist The enamel on teeth is stronger than who will work with you to help protect any other part of the body--so strong one of your most unique features--your that it can remain intact for hundreds smile. Can't list and wait? Call us set the date! ~- ~- Commercial. Industrial- P~rrr~ L~nd 304-256-0463 106 East Washington St, Lewisburg, WV 24901 Randy Burdefle, CAI 927 Auctioneer/Realtor 304.256.0463 randy@foxfirenation,com \~vw.weselltheearth,com FOXFIRE REALTY 304-645-7674 Richard Grist/Broker/Auctioneer/Forester 106 E. Washington St. Lewisburg, WV 24901 : Woman knows what man has long forgotten that the ultimate economic and "~ ~pirit~,,~l'~anit ofa~i~tion:b ~!ll the family ..................... -~ ew Lewisburg, WV, New River Gazing"pattern. Community and Technical College is Pre-registration is recommended offering a six week beginning by Sept. 5. Tuition for the class is quilting class starting on Tuesday, $110 plus the cost of the quilt kit Sept. 19, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at (between $75-100). thd Greenbrier Valley Campus, For more information about Lewisburg.An informational session community education classes at is planned for Sept. 12 at 10 a.m. to New River CTC or to register contact answer questions about the class, Gloria Kineaid at 304-793-6101 or show a sample of the quilt top that will be made and allow those New River Community and interested to register for the class. Technical College serves nine Students will receive step-by-step counties in southeastern West instructions on how to complete a Virginia from the Greenbrier Valley quilt top, use a sewing machine, Campus (Lewisburg), Mercer read and understand a pattern, County Campus (Princeton), safely use a rotary cutter, square up Nicholas County Campus fabric and cut specific (Summersville), and Raleigh County measurements.with a ruler. The end Campus (Beaver/Beckley). ~roduct is a lap quilt top with a "Star ~? ,: .... ~eptember 9th l:O0 pm - ~:00 pm 109 allen ee Street .~inton, cWc~ 85951 368, 900 Nice 2 story house with 4 bedrooms and a large 140 foot parking area located behind the house. Features Include hardwood flooring in living room, dining room and bedrooms. A lovely bay window enhances the dining area. Recent upgrades include new roofing, wiring, kitchen eabinets and heating system. Would make a nice Fisherman's Hut or a good property for a local business. Located within a close proximity to the Greenbrier River and Plpestem and Bluestone State Parks. House is being sold As Is. Llnda K Turner, GRI, EPRO, GREEN, ABR Coldwell Banker Stuart & Watts Real Estate 174 Northridge Drive Lewisburg, WV 24901 304-575-0516 Tom Johnson, Broker REALTOR"