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Youth Football League By Christy Pack The Summers County Youth Football League would like to let the community know what an exciting and successful season we are having this year. In addition to purchasing new uniforms for all the football players and cheerleaders with special help from Ronald Meadows Funeral Home, we have 'also purchased some new equipment. We recently completed our fourth week of play and are super proud of our little Bobcats! Here are the scores from our last four games: Week 1: SC versus WESTERN I':IGREENBRIER : : PEEWEE (6/7 yr old) SC won : 44 to 0 : -: JV (8/9 yr old) SC won 48 to 0 :  Varsity (10/11 yr old) SC won 42 'to 0 : Week 2: Summers County versus i. :Pocahontas County : : Peewee: SC won 58 to 0 :, JV: SCwon30to0 :r Varsity: SC won 22 to 0 Week 3: SC versus Ronceverte Peewee: SC won 50 to 22 : : JV: Ronceverte won 40 to 8 - Varsity: SC won 44 to 14 i - Week 4: SC versus New River : Peewee: SC won 46 to 0 JV: New River won 18 to 0 Varsity: SC won 46 to 6 ' We have faced four great teams and these children have showcased their talent, determination, and good sportsmanship every week and are full of Bobcat pride!! : We are currently ranked number one for peewee and varsity in the league, and JV is ranked number six. In addition to this great honor, we are also listed in the National Prep & Youth Football associations mid Atlantic national rankings as number five for peewee and number four for varsity, and JV was recently number 10 and this week is listed as a "team to watch". This is a great accomplishment and goes to show the hard work that is going into the league this year!!!!! We also have a great flag football :program as well for four and five year old children. We have a traveling team that" goes to all our games and plays one hour prior to the start of the first game, and then three additional teams that play Kitty Lou Miller is shown with the W.Va. Mountaineer King Size Quilt she won at the Bowles, Johnson, Miller Reunion held Sat. Sept. 1. Family Reunion Held On September 1, 2012 the 9th Family Reunion of the Bowles, Johnson, and Miller families was held at Camp Washington Carver Park. The families are related to the late John William and Lola Florence Bowles Bowles. There were attendees from Alabama, North Carolina, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Virginia and West "virginia. Everyone seemed to enjoy the food and looking at photos of member present and members of the families that have passed. John and Lola Bowles lived on Hump Mountain above Meadow Creek and later in their life at Sandstone. They were parents often children. Notice WELLNESS WORKS In January, Catholic Charities WV, Loaves and Fishes (with help from the Wal-Mart Foundation) kicked off the transformation of its food pantry Go Wellness Works. Wellness Works provides information, encouragement, and each other every Sunday at the Little League field. They'ave'steh a-n'r'iti-( al food items fr specific ov to watch"   health conditions-ti? our neighbots : I would like to personally thank in need. This month our pantry is every player, every parent, every in need of food items like tuna family member, coaches, elected board members and local businesses who have believed in and supported the league this year. Additionally, a special thank you to the Ruritan club for allowing us to use their field for practices. You can find us online on Facebook as "Summers County Youth Football" or at packed in water, low sodium soup, canned fruit in juice or light syrup, and whole grain pasta. Your donation is distributed to individuals with heart disease, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure,etc. For information on Wellness Works, volunteer opportunities, etc. contact Earl Dodd or Bridget Dignan at 304-466-2110. The winner of this year's reunion: Traveling the furthest: JrAdkins- Alabama; Oldest: Russell Johnson, Meadow Creek, WV 96 years young. Youngest: Jayden Coleman, Fayetteville, WV less than 1 year old. Most Family in Attendance: Beatrice Bowles - 35 members, Scrabro, WV. Door Prizes: Tlncey Bowels, Mike Thombs, Alicia Gwinn, Aleah Gwinn. Handmade West Virginia Mountaineer Quilt - King Size (made by Stacey Seabolt) Kitty Lou Miller. Meadow Bridge ArcaNews by Alvie Martin Meadow Bridge High School in Fayette County is a small school accomplishing big things. For the third year in a row the school has received a bronze rating on US News and world report's BEst High School. ' The report rates high schools on number of advanced placement (AP). courses taken by students compared to the school's poverty rate. The Chestnut Knob Christial, l Church at Layland held their Fall Festival Picnic with singing, preaching, good food, games, good fellowship, and a hayride. They held gospel sings every evening and closed with singing around a cantpfire, also with fireworks, and apple butter making held by Pastor Marvin, Juanita, and Faith Mullins. Chestnut Knob Christian Church is Alvie Martin's home church. There were 175 in attendance. .Our schedule is listed on both places and we would like to invite .the :AG NDA Summers County Board of Education Regular Meeting :eptember 24, 10:00 a.m. 1. Roll Call 2. Invocation/Pledge of Allegiance 3. Approval of Agenda 4, Approval of Minutes 5. Appearanc 6. Presentati, m PreeWest Virginia Humanities Council I 7. Discussion of Current Issues 304-346-85OO Jarrell's Exxon "Your Full-Service. Service Station" 466.011'33 OPEN:24/7 For Pay At the Pump: Gas & Diesel Fuel 00FtO00g ALL TIRE00" community to come out and support ithe players & cheerleaders and help us display our BOBCAT PRIDE. All games are on Saturdays at 3, 5, & 7. If you do not have access to a computer, feel free to contact me at 575-0074 and I will be happy to help you learn more about our program and provide you with dates and ocations of games. September 24, 10:00 a.m. 5. Appearance 6. Presentation 8. Personnel 9.Approve Employment of Professional Personnel 10.Approve Extra Curricular Contracts ll.Approve Employment of Professional Substitute Personnel i l2.Approve 2012-2013 Work Based Learning 13. Approve Policies 14. Approve Out of State Request 15. Approval of LSIC Dates and Times 16. Approval of LSIC Agenda 17.Discussion and/or Action Concerning Out of County Transfer 18.Approve In Comlng Student Request 19.Discussion and/or Action Concerning Facilities Project 20.Informational Items 21. Approval of Bills 22. Transfers and Supplements 23. Adjournment Agenda Summers County Board of Education SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA September 24, 9:00 a.m. 1. Roll Call 2. Invocation/Pledge of Allegiance 3. Appreval of Agenda 4. Expulsion Hearing 5. Adjournment FREE MOUNT FREE B,4L4NCE FREE TIRE V,4L VES Head Mechanic Tim Ward Mechanics: Johnny Reel BRAKE SPECIAL: FRONT PADS ONLY LIFE TIME WARRANTY ' WEAREVER GOLD $69.95 !WAGNER $79.95 COMPUTER SCAN E00ON We're drivers too. Agenda City Council Regular Meeting Tuesday Sept., 25 7:00 p.m. -- Hinton City Hall 1. Call to order/Roll Call 2. Invocation / Pledge of Allegiance 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Approval of Paid Invoices 6. Approval of Financial Report August 2012 7, Approval of Financial Report 2011-2012 8. Approwl of Building permits 9. Appearance of Citizens 10. Discussion and or action Brooks Sewer Project 11. Discussion and or action regarding Fire Station Construction 12. Discussion and or action regarding resolution for jaws of life grant 13. Discussion and or action regarding resolution for reimbursement 14. Discussion and or action regarding city owned property 15. Discussion and or action regarding resolution from Suddenlink 16. Discussion and or action regarding hiring staff positions 17. Adjournment COMMUNITY SUPPORT The Hinton Lions Club is asking for the Communities support in helping to provide those who need, eye examinations or eye glasses. The Hinton Lions have been providing assistance for aver 18 years and are asking community organizations and businesses as well as citizens for monetary donations to continue providing help to those in need in our community. As news spreads of the help being provided, requests are now outnumbering the Lions Club's ability to help. Once a request is received, the individual's application is screened to insure that other avenues of assistance are pursued before the Lions Club provides help. Donations can be mailed to: Lions Club, Sight Assistance Program, P.O. Box 1321, Hinton, WV 25951. Checks should be made out to: Hinton Lions Club. Tues. Sept. 25, 2012 Hinton News - 5 MISSING CLASSMATES BAG SALE The Hinton High School Class of Loaves and Fishes is having a $7 1967 is looking for the following Bag Sale. Come see our new Spring missing classmates for next year's Stock. 45th class reunion. Please contact SERVICES Donna Pivont at Hinton Floral Shop The 2nd. Baptist Church of (304-466-3282), if you have any Talcott Church services are held' information on any of these people, every 1st. and 3rd. Sunday at 11:00 Maiden names are used for the a.m. with Rev. Gerry Bradford ladies, officiating. Sunday School is every Richard Caudell, Jerry Collins, Sunday at 10:00 a.m. Lola Ann Crawford, Lindd Gaither, The community is invited to 'Beverly McGraw, Virginia Wills, attend. Contact Ms. Kenni Pierce for Anna Harvey and Carol Houchins information at 304-466-4618. TOPS Club ,no.,s the original, nonprofit, weight-loss support and wellness education organization, Est. in 1948 to champion weight-loss support and TAKE OFF POUNDS success, we've helped millions of SENSIBLY people live healthier lives. ,J!OIN US TODAY! Meetings are held every Thursday 5-7 p.m. at the Miller Memorial Methodist Church in Bellepoint. For more information, call 304-890-2112 FREE SCREENING of the award-winning HBO film IRON JAWED ANGELS Defiant young aoUvists take the women's suffrage movement by storm, puffing their lives at risk to help American women win the right to vote. Thur., Sept. 27, 2012 7 to 10 p.m. Memorial Building Hinton, WV OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ALL ARE WELCOME DISCUSSION FOLLOWS Specializing in Women's healthcare and gynecological surgery - Adolescent Care - Contraception - Infertility Evaluation - Menopausal Care - Urinary Incontinence Management - Osteoporosis Management - Laparoscopic Surgery and Thermal Ablation Call now to make an appointment Summers County ARH Clinic 1500 Terrace Street Hinton, WV 25951 (304) 466-2918 !': (