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10 - Hinton News Tues. Sept. 11, 2001 'Heather Wills Brian Bush Engagement Announced Kenneth and Carla Wills of Talcott would like to announce the engagement of their daughter, Heather Lynn Wills, to Brian From Page 1 Scenic Byway by West V-trginia's newest winery, and reach US 219 at Pickaway which is near Union. Backtracking, to Sinks Grove, it would turn onto one lane roads, pass many farms and a nearby covered bridge, returning to the uppermost end of the Greenbrier River byway. The next meeting of the byway association will seek community input to this addition. A consequence of a roadway receiving byway or backway designation can be regulation of off-premise advertising Along the route. This should be more than offset with the benefits of increased visitation. The meeting will be held at the Alderson City Hall at 7 pm on Sept. 17. For more information, call Chris Chaulett at 466-5181. Lawrence Bush, son of Robert and Patricia Bush of Weston, WV. The open wedding ceremony is planned for Saturday, October 20, 2001 at 3:00pro at Broad Street United Methodist Church in. Weston, WV. All family and friends are invited to attend. Summers County and Monroe County GED Test Schedule October 2 and 4th. - Summers County High School. November 6 and 8th.- Summers County High School. January 8 and 10, 2002 - Monroe County Technical Center. February 5 and 7th.- Summers County High School. April 2. and 4th. - Summers County High School. May 7 and 9th. - Monroe County Technical Center. The entire test takes 2 days. (Starting time) Summers County 4:00 p. m. - Monroe County 4:30 p. m. FEES: Entire Test $33.00 For more information call Summers County Schools - 304-466- 6000 or Monroe County Library - 304-772-3038. Billy M. Apcmtolon Jr. D. O. Apostolon Graduates from the W. Vb= School of Osteopathic Medicine Billy M. Apostolon, Jr., D. O., of Princeton, West Vlrginia received his Doctor of Osteopathy (D. 0.) degree from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine along with 63 of his classmates at the school's 24th commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 26, 2001. Dr. Apostolon was awarded his osteopathic medical degree after successfully completing the four- year WVSOM curriculum. The osteopathic medical education program includes two years of basic science study and two years of clinical rotations. At the Senior Awards Ceremony before graduation, Apostolon was awarded the Dr. vrflliam R. Holmes Scholarship. Apostolon plans to intern in Internal Medicine at Ohio Valley Medical Center in Wheeling, WV. Apostolon attended the College of West V"Lginia in Beck]ey, WV, where he received an Associate of Science degree in Electrical Engineering Technology. Apostolon and his wife, Andrea, have three children: Ryan, 20; Adrienne, 11; and Michael, 8. Apostolon is the son of Margaret Appstolon and the late Dr. Billy M. Apostolon, Sr. of Hinton. WVSOM, selected as one of the top 50 primary care medical schools in the nation for three consecutive years by U. S. News & World Report magazine, focuses on training osteopathic primary care physicians for rural, undereerved areas of West VLginia and beyond. Haley Noel Turner Celebrates First Birthday Haley Turner celebrated her first birthday on August 12th., at her home with her proud parents. Along with her special guests were her Great-Grandma Evelyn Hatcher of Shady Springs, WV., her Grandparents Basil & Libby Haley of Cool Ridge, WT, and "her Aunts" and Uncles - Michael, Mary & Lori Haley and her boyfriend Timmy Redden. And her other Grandparents Denver and Ramona Turner and her Uncle Brandon of Hinten, WV. Also attending the party was her. other Uncle - Marlin Turner and his wife Cynthia & their son Austin Blake of Roanoke, VA Haley Noel is the daughter of Lanar & Vickie Turner of Marion, VA., formerly of Hinton. I had no trouble communicat- ing. The players just didn't like "what I had to s@y. --former Giant manager Frank Robinson WORKFORCE YOUTH COUNCIL The Region 1 Workforce Investment Board Youth Council will be holding its regular meeting on Wednesday, September 19th., at 6:00 p. m. in the Conference Room of the WORK4WV Career Center, 201 Grey Flats Road, Beckiey. REMEMBRANCE CEREMONY Anyone interested in joining the Larry Carter Family in a Remembrance Ceremony on the 1st. Anniversary of his PasSing;, please meet the family at Teri Connor's home at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21st. Please bring (1) Helium - filled balloon and anyting else you wish to leave at his grave. For more info, please contact Teri at 466-4061. COLITIS & CROHN'S DISEASE SUPPORT GROUP TO MEET The Colitis & Crohn's Disease Support Group will meet Tues., Sept. 18th. at 7;00 p.m. in the Educational Classrooms at Princeton Community Hospital. For more information, please call Janet Hannah at 487-7105. BEAN SUPPER There will be a bean supper at James Chapel Methodist Church at True on Oct. 6th. from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. Different varieties of beans, corn bread, salads, desserts, and drinks. Cost: $5.00 adults, $3.00 children 12 and under. BOWLES FAMILY REUNION Decendents of William Bowles and Sarah Preston Bowles family reunion will be held at Ramp Holiness Church dining room on Sept. 15th. from 10:30 to 4:00 p.m. Bring covered dish, desserts, drinks. No alcholic drinks permitted. Need any more information call 466-1434 or 465-0750. HEAD START Concord College Summers County Head Start has spaces available in Home Base option for the 2001-2002 program year.' Children between the ages of 3-5 years may be eligible. For more information contact Courtney, Gall, Nancy, or Riley at 466-6016. RIGHT TO LIFE Summers County Right'To Life meets at the Wellness Center, downtown Hinton, at 7:00 pro. The meetings are held on the 3rd. Monday of each month. Anyone interested in working for the protection of the unborn are invited to attend. REVIVAL There will be revival services at James Chapel Methodist Church at True, Sept. 26th. thru 29th. at 7 P.m. nightly. Larry Bowling and GaHar Graves will be guest evangelists. Special singing each night. Everyone welcome. SUPPORT GROUP ;:i We are starting a support group for those who suffer Depression. Meetings are held on 1st. and 3rd. Tuesday of each month. Times are 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Wellness Center, 221 Temple St., Hinten. BOARD TO MEET . : There will be a meeting of the :- Executive Committee of theRe g ion 1 Workforco Investment Board on Friday, September 14th., at 12:00 noon in the conference room of the WORK4WV Career Center, 201 Grey Flats Road, Beckley. Now Showing LEGALLY blonde Rated PG-13 Fri: 6:00 & 8:30 Sot: 5:00 & 7:30 Sun,, 6:00 pm only Adm: $4.00 each Ph: 466-6700 Pipestem Drive-In 384-7382 Adm. Fri. - Sat. $4.00 Children up to 10 - $1.00 Adm. Sun. $8.00 a Car Load Flea Market every Sun. I American Outlaws Rated G- 13 PLUS Jeepers Creepers Rated R Right Sta00 Ri00,h00Vlace ceton Community ./ Hospital will offer a contemporary concept in maternal careOur new 9,500- square-foot Women's Center will provide a comfortable, caring, family-friendly atmosphere. Large, private birthing suites will be equipped with the technology that makes it possible for mother to stay in the same room throughout labor, delivery and recovea35 and allows baby to "room:in" as much as mother wishes. Many of the comforts of home, such as a sleeper sofa and a dining table in each suite, provide for relaxed family visitation before and after birth. Extended family and friends can await the birth in our spacious light-filled atrium. When the baby arrives, they'll share the joy by viewing the new arrival through large windows in two secure nurseries, one for well babies, the other equipped with the latest technology to care for infants with special needs. When you're deciding where you want a special., lifelong memory to take place, choose the Women's Center at PCH. We want you to have the right start at the right place - dose to home. To make your admission to the Women's Center as easy as possible, we encourage you to pre-register at (304) 487-7492. The Women's Center rPRINCETON COMMUNITY HOSPITAL www.pchonline.org