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6 - Hinton News Tues. Sept. 18, 2012 Karen McKay of Lewisburg is shown pedorming for the Summers County Historical Society at their annual meeting held at the Graham House recently. i ITI stori Regu mers County iety Meetin ouse The Summers County Historical Following the evening meal, the Society met for their regular Historical Societypresident, Wayne meeting which was their annual Harvey, called the business meeting meeting, on Friday, September 7, at to order• The secretary, Dr. Jack the historical Graham House, in Wills, read the minutes of the Lowell. previous meetings. They were The meeting began at 4:00 p.m. approved• The treasurer, Billy Joe with an outstanding musical Edwards, gave his report mld it was program presented by Karen McKay accepted• of Lewisburg. She did instrumentals The group was reminded of our on the banjo, guitarautoharp, fiddle, participation in the 200th ducclimer, as well as some acappella anniversary celebration of the John pieces. During her performance she Marshall Expedition on September expalined much of the history 28 at 7:00 p.m. in the courtroom of connected with the instruments and the Summers County Courthouse. songs she played. Also dues are now due. The group sat down to a Our next meeting is slated for wonderful evening meal about 5:30. November 13, 2012 at 2:30 p.m. at The same was prepared by the the Hinton Dairy Queen• Graham House group. NAB Members don safety equipment prior to extinguishing a practice fire. NAB Members Receive CERT Training Pictured from left to right: Pastor Joe Spencer, Friendship Baptist Church in .Forest Hill, WV, Pastor Emile Homawoo from Togo, West Africa, Pastor Claude Jean from Haiti and H.E.L.P.S. Field Representive Pastor Earl Dorminey. The Photo was taken on Sunday morning, August 26, the final day of H.E.L.P.S. Mission Conference at Friendship Baptist Church, in Forest Hill. By ~ecky Spencer Phnom Penh 3 Cambodia• Thursday During the week of August 22 night it was a blessingto hear Pastor through August 26, Friendship McCauly Baptiste from St. George, Baptist Church was the host to the Grenada, West Indies and Pastor H.E.L.P.S. Mission Conference• Enrique Floranda from Grace and H.E.L.P.S Ministries assists Truth Baptist Church in Imus, national pastors in church planting Cavite Philippines• Friday evening and Bible and literature distribution our guest speakers were Pastor world wide. They partner with Howard Gardiner from Tabernacle Baptist national pastors in planting Baptist Church in Freeport, Grand churches in over 60 countries. The Bahama and Pastor Cris Macaraeg ministry is located in Pinnacle, who pastors the Longos Christian North Carolina• The Field Baptist Church in Kaunlaran Representatives this year was Daryl Village Malabon Bonifacius and Earl Dorminey. They City, Philippines• On Sunday escorted the national pastors to our morning, the final day of our church and also presented the work conference, it was a blessing to have of H.E.L.P.S. Ministries• as our guest speakers, Pastor Emile Each night the national pastors Homawoo from Togo, West Africa gave their testimonies, told us about and Pastor Claude Jean from Haiti• their churches and preached the The ladies of our church served Word of God. It was a joy and an dinner each evening for our guest encouragement to hear these speakers and they prepared lunch pastors from around the world• for them on Sunday• Our conference began on It was a blessing to hear and meat Wednesday night, August 22. The these pastors and to have a small guest speakers for the evening were, part in their great ministry• Pastor Simon Watts from Bury, Manchester, England• He pastors *** the Bible Baptist Church in Bury, Vitality shows in not only the England• Our second guest speaker ability to persist but the ability was Pastor Edgar Asuncion from to start over. .... Emmanuel ~tist Church' i Scott: Double Sided Mattresses, New Furniture, Used Furniture, Antiques and Uniques, New Sofas, L0veseats, Recliners, Complete Bedr00mm Sets! Warehouse Prices and Layaway AvailableH Accept Visa & HOURS: Mastercard BUY - TRADE - SELL Tue.-Sat. 10am-5pm 15 ii!!i!i ! i:!!:: ;iiiii:i REACHH-Family Resource Center Takes a Leap TasteJ Ensuring Good Nutrition forworkers to prepare new foods, our Youngest Children recipes and meal patterns. In 2012, Good nutrition is a vital our focus shifts to engaging parents component of children's growth, and our community in an outreach development and learning, so it is effort that will create a culture that important that children eat embraces good nutrition. The nutritious meals and snacks at an introduction of Leap of Taste early age when eating habits are positions child care programs as being formed. After school programs leaders in providing opportunities are uniquely positioned to educate, for children to eat nutritious meals model and reinforce healthy eating and snacks, but we cannot do it behaviors that will last a lifetime, alone. Providing good nutrition REACHH-FRC is proud to make should be a partnership between good nutrition a priority for children child care providers, parents and in our care by implementing child communities. Offering healthy care nutrition standards. "We meals and snacks, role-modeling believe nutrition and healthy eating healthy eating behavior, and habits are fundamental skills for teaching children how to make young children, and we play an healthy food choices needs to take important role in helping children place both in and out of the home. learn about and enjoy a variety of Everyone should be part of ensuring nutritious foods each day," said our children eat nutritious meals Amber Stover. and develop positive, healthy The Leap of Taste-West Virginia attitudes toward food. Child Care Nutrition Standards was Join us by taking action - action developed by the West Virginia that will change the way we eat and Department of Education's Office of improve how we live. There are Child Nutrition (OCN) in an effort many ways to 'leave your nutrition to lead the way in the fight against footprint' in your community. It's as childhood obesity and poor eating easy as being a good role model for habits. By implementing one of the healthy eating. When in the most progressive child care nut.rition presence of children, whether it's at standards in the nation, Leap of home, work, school functions, church Taste ensures that child care centers or community events, take time to comply with nutritious food eat and enjoy something healthy. guidelines for beverages, milk, fruits Exchange a cheeseburger and fries and vegetables, meats and meat for a salad and fruit. Talk about the alternatives, and grains and breads, importance of eating healthy with Launched in the summer of2010, the children in your life. Role Leap of Taste was designed to bring modeling is powerful! Other ways to nutrition standards to life by 'leave your nutrition footprint' empowering childcare providers to include pureha§ing fruits and play an important part in vegetables from local farmers' introducing children to healthy food. markets, planting a garden, and In 2011, the emphasis was on training cooks and child care Continued onpage 10 SHERRI R. FREEMAN Attorney at Law " Free'initial consultations available in your community by appointment • Teh Consultations our CONVENIENCE Gunnoe Law Office Local lawyers with over 30 years of combined experience > serving the residents of Summers and surrounding counties. ~# i W P ..... v ing Free Estimates Raleigh / Mercer / Fourteen members of the Response Team for the Ballengee Neighborhood Association of neighborhood. Ballengee (NAB) met on FridayThe first meeting of the NAB evening and all day Saturday,CERT will be on Saturday, October Sept¢mber 7 and 8 for Community 6th at 11:30 a.m. immediately Emergepcy Response Team (CERT) following the regular NAB meeting tram2n~. The members learned at McKenzie's Meadowmist Farm on basic'~five safety, medical triage Wayside Road. Anyone in the NAB operations, light search and rescue, area who is interested in obtaining as we~ as emergency preparedness the training and joining our team is skills. Once the members complete welcome to attend. Please call Elora a short on-line course in command McKenzie at (304) 466-1350 if you structure they will become a wouldlikeadditionalinformationor certified Community Emergencyneed directions. Beckley Ghe,qt i Lewisburg } Princeton I S Jmmersville www. ° 866-349-3739 301 Summers Street, Hinton Monday- Friday 5 am - 9 pm Saturdays 7 am- 5 pm .Various fitness classes offered throughout the year. Packages are based on the individual monthly rate of $25.00 per month or a family rate of $55.00. Packages discounts apply Please call 304-309-4181 For more information or look us up on Facebook 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 to cut and paste 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. NEW is your next step to a great career! Rare opportunity on Greenbrier Drive, historic home with log outbuilding on 2 plus acres! Includes River Frontage Call for more details 304.445.2897 /- United Riverbend USA Real Estate & Auction Services Randy S. 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Furniture: Old White Flour Bin, Kenmore Freezer, Magic Chef Electric Stove, GE Refrigerator, Emerson Microwave, Old White Dish Cabinet w/glass doors, Small Marble Top Table, Old Drop Leaf Table w/4 Chairs. Very Old Oak Hutch, Hall Tree, Marble Top Table 4 Post Legs, Home Electric Sewing Machine in Cabinet, Leather Recliner, Sofa/ Bed, Old Library Table, Toshiba 42" Flat Screen TV, Wood'lV Stand, Old Wooden Rocker, Straight Back Chairs, End Table, Lamps Ottoman, Old Singer Sewing Machine in cabinet, Maytag Washer, Maytag Dryer, Wooden Magazine Table, Old RCA Victor Radio, Stereo Table, Very Old Dresser. Very Old Iron Bed. 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Be prepared to spend the day as there is many more items too numerous to mention. CRAWFORD'S AUCTION COMPANY Allen Crawford - Auctioneer WV#1371 - Va. #2752 / Wesley Crawford - Auctioneer WV #1747- Va. #3986 / Route 2, Box 87A, Greenville, West Virginia 24945 Telephone (304) 753-6346 - Cell (304) 646-3100 Licensed and Bonded in the State of West Virginia and Virginia