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12 - Hinton News Tues. Sept. 5, 2017 ommu lty REVIVAL A Holy Ghost Revival will be held on Sept. 7th., 8th., and 9th. at Spruce Run Chapel. Services start at 7:00 p.m. Guest Speaker will be Pastor Dalley Maynard. Special music by: Johnny Jones, Berie and Anne Neat, Destiny Moore. Time of fellowship and snacks after the services. Spruce Run Chapel is located on Rt. 12 in Forest Hill, WV. LIBRARY FRIENDS MEETING There will be a change in the next Friends meeting. It will be at 5:00 p.m. instead of 4 p.m., Tuesday, September 12. Hopefully.this will make it easier for working folks to attend. Everyone and anyone welcome. See you there! Voter Registration Deadline Voter Registration Deadline for the Saturday, October 7, 2017 Special Election will be Monday, September 18, 2017. All address changes, party changes and new voter registrations must be made by that date to be eligible to vote in this Election. The County Clerk's Office in the Courthouse will be open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or you may call 466-7104 to receive voter registration application by mail. GIRL SCOUT NEWS The Summers County Girl Scout Program will kick off the 2017-18 year with a Pool Party at Pipestem State Park Indoor Pool on Sunday, September 24 from 1-3 p.m. All Girls K-12 and families are invited. Cost of event is $3 per girl which includes patch and $4 for all other swimmers. For more information, contact Karen Eagle at 304-573- 0178 or summerscountygirls Troop leaders are needed for Brownies (grades 2-3) at HAE and Cadettes (grades 5-3) ar SMS. All girls in grades K-12 are invited to join our program. ALDERSON COMMUNITY MARKET ~he Alderson Community Food Hub is hosting the Community Market at the Alderson Visitor's Center this Sunday at 10 a.m. Vendors will be offering ready-to- eat baked goods, canned goods, produce, meat, and hand-made goods and services. This week's free sample will feature Local Whole Hog Sausage. Kid's activities will be facilitated starting at noon, with Cornhole at 12:20, and an over-sized chess set available throughout the market. Festivities will conclude around 2:00 p.m. HOMECOMING Homecoming will be held at Bluestone Baptist, at Jumping Branch, WV. on Sunday, Sept. 10 at 1:30 p,m. A Free Concert by Mark Tramell Quartet. Everyone Welcome Host Pastor: Bill Fox. Library Friends Meeting Friends of the Library will meet at 5:00pm on Tuesday, September 12, at the Library. Hope to see you theIL NOTICE Due to computer conversion, the office of the Summers County Circuit Clerk will be closed on Monday morning, October 2nd. The office will open at 1:00 p.m. and close at 4:30 p.m. Linda Brumit, Summers County Circuit Clerk. HEALTH DEPT. SCHEDULE Summers County Health Department, located at 151 Pleasant Street, Hinton, WV, will be conducting a Food Handler's Class Tuesday, September 5th at 9:00 a,m. Registration will start at 8:30. For questions about the class or Information on taking the course online, call the health department at 304 466-3388. I guess I think , of lotteries asa tax on themathematically challenged. --Roger Jones Study nature, love nature, stay dose to nature. It will never fail you. --Frank Lloyd Wright PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT People who know someone there are some general guidelines struggling with an addiction often for finding a drug rehab that works wonder how to help that friend or best for them. relative. To learn more visit: With your support, they have a h t t p : / / w w w . greater chance of overcoming their addiction, shocking-solution-to-heroin- Each situation is unique, but addiction.html ADDICTION SCREENINGS Narconon can help you take Call today for free screenings or steps to overcome addiction in your referrals. I- 800-431-1754 family. 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PUBLIC NOTICE The Summers County Dilapidated Structure Committee will meet quarterly the third Thursday at I p.m. in the Summers County Memorial Building. The 2107 Meeting Dates are as f September 21, 2017 December TBA Regular Meeting Agenda Welcome and Determination of Quorum Old Business Review and Approval of Minutes New Business Other Business Adjourn For more information contact Stacy Ford, 304-456-7113 or email (NAPS)--The Lung Association says for some, quitting smoking is only half the battle. That's why the Lung Association's LUNG FORCE initia- tive and the Ad Council created the "Saved By The Scan" campaign, fea- turing a quiz at www.SavedByTheScan. org to help determine if you should get screened. WHAT: Hinton's 2nd Saturdays featuring Red Line WHEN: September 9, 2017 @ 8:00 PM WHERE: The Courthouse Lawn, Hinton, WV Makingtheir way fromAsheboro,part of the show; Red Line loves to will be on location, along with the A University of Phoenix School of NC, Red Line will be live on the get the crowd involved! local car show! Business survey found 58 percent of Courthouse Lawn for Hinton's 2nd Get to the lawn early for a Rain or shine, come join us, the working adults are interested in chang- Saturdays this September 9th.performance from Stages Music entertainment is free! ing careers, yet 81 percent still see barri- ers to doing so, said University of Phoe- This variety band will take the School at 6:30 p.m. nix School of Business Executive Dean sta~e at 8:00 v.m. Be prepared to be As always, food & craft vendors Ruth Veloria. Learn how and more at Most Americans are concerned about retirement but you may not have to be if By Ron Klink you heed the insights in "20 Retirement DecisionsYouNeedToMakeRightNow" On Medicare Democrats by Ray LeVitre, CFP, which clarifies how to manage.your assets and prepare for the possible retirement. Learn more atDennis Bonilla, executive dean of Shouldn' t Trust Trum University of Phoenix's College of In- formation Systems & Technology, says President Trump doesn't D drugs, the average Part D plan group that Democrats are rightly one's digital brand can play a role in ed- understandorcare abouthealthcare covers 191 of them. defending from White House ucational and career prospects, especial- policy. He recently suggested that Part D also comes in well under attacks, warns that negotiations ly for younger generations. He suggests health insurance costs just $12 a budget. In its first decade, it cost wouldn't reduce prices any further. parents help children ~declutter" their social identity to prepare for the profes- year. And he fervently supported $349 billion -- 45 percent -- less Insurers, who have every incentive sional workforce, the GOP's Obamacare repeal than original Congressional Budget to bargain hard, already extract If you're in a car pool, schedule a plan, which would have increased Office projections, the maximum discounts possible complete vehicle inspection, advised deductibles from $800 to $13,000 Medicare Part D works so well from drug companies. Rich White, executive director, Car Care for individuals making $26,500 because of the "non-interference" ~ The CBO explains that the only Council, the source for the "Be Car Care Aware"campaign promoting regular re- a year. That's hardly the "great provision, which restricts federal way the government could secure hide care. For car care news, visit http:// health care" plan with "much lower officials from dictating what drugs lower drug prices is by establishing For a free "CarCare deductibles" that the president Part D plans should cover,a one-size-fits-all "formulary," Guide," visit, repeatedly promised. Rather, the federal government or list of covered medicines, and Concrete paver patios, walkways, The president's advisors are more outsources plan design to insurance excluding certain drugs. In other driveways and pool decks can improve your family's quality of life now and en- knowledgeable -- but no less callous: companies. These companieswords, the Trump administration hance your home's curb appeal when As a member of Congress, Health bargain with drug manufacturers woulddeterminewhichprescription the time comes to sell. It's wise to select and Human Services Secretary Tom to secure steep discounts on drugs Medicare beneficiaries can installers certified by the Interlocking Price sponsored multiple bills that medicines. With these discounts, access. Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI). would have stripped healthcare insurers can afford to offer plans Which drugs would this caLlous Learn more at, from tens of millions of working- that have low premiums, co-pays, administration drop from coverage? Clinical trials at top U.S. universities show that LivFresh Dental Gel reduces class Americans, including those and deductibles. Likely the newest, most advanced plaque 2.5 times better than a leading with preexisting conditions.Insurers compete witb one medicines. toothpaste. Over 100,000 people use So it's mind-boggling that many another to attract enrollees. So they Indeed, federal officials LivFresh Dental Gel daily. Learn why Democrats want to give President offer a variety of plans to appeal to currently have thepower to Ao~+;o~ ......... A T :..T~.^~t... ....... Trump and Secretary Price the beneficiaries with different needs determine the medicines included WEIGHT WATCHERS powertodrasticallyalterMedicare's and budgets. Seniors can choose on the Department of Veterans Weigl~t Watchers is back inprescription drug benefit. Enabling the plans with the right mix of Affairs formulary. They've opted Hinton! Meetings are on Thursday them to pick and choose which drug coverage, premiums, and not to include 37 of the top 200 evening at 5:30 in the Fellowship prescriptions Medicare covers deductibles for them. most frequently prescribed Part D Hall at l~irst Baptig Church, 108 would endanger the health of 24 Seniors like these plans. Nine medicines. Temple Street, Hinton. For more million seniors and people with out of 10 Part D enrollees report Part D provides tens of ~nillions informatio{t, contact G~nnie Willey disabilities, satisfaction with their coverage. Of seniors with high-quality at 304-660-7206. , Currently, Medicare's drug Some Democrats think the prescription drug insurance. NO~ICE benefit, Part D, provides seniors plans would be even cheaper if Democrats would be foolish to Due to recent loss of'Mr. Joe and the disabled with access to the federal government negotiated turn the program over to the Bigony the former treasur "." of the subsidized, affordable prescription drug discounts directly with same administration that thinks Hilltop Cemetery Rest, ration drug plans. Implemented in 2006, pharmaceutical companies. So they working-class Americans can afford Project, the position has no,y been Medicare Part D has been an want to repeal the non-interference $13,000 deductibles. filled by Jack Wl~itaker a ibrmer overwhelming success, provision and give Secretary Price Ron Klink is a former Democratic Fayette County teacher. PartD plans providebeneficiaries the authority to conduct these congressman from Pennsylvania For all donations to the Hihtop access to most of the latest, most negotiations, and is currently senior policy Cemetery, send to the Hillv, op effective medicines. Of the top 200 The Congressional Budget Office, adviser at Nelson Mullins Riley & Cemetery Company, 146 Cross St., most prescribed Medicare Partthe same non-partisan research ScarboroughLLP. Hinten WV. 25951. Mother's love is peace. 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