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nlon Precinct List - Summers Tues. Sept. 26, 2017 Hinton News - 3 The descendants of Austin Ballard Harvey and his wife, Mary Ann Ellison Harvey held their family reunion on Saturday, June 17 at the Summers County 4-H Camp located ten (10) miles south of Hinton. A goodly number of family and friends were present. Pictured are the oldest in attendance. L-R: Myrtle Harvey (91), Raymond Harvey (90), and Wyatt Hinton (98). The reunion was called to order with prayer and the usual opening exercises. After preliminary remarks, the following recognition's were observed: The oldest persons present were Wyatt Hinton (age 98), Myrtle Harvey ' (age 91) and Raymond Harvey (age 90). The youngest person present was Hayden Cosner. The longest married couples present were Thomas and Phyllis Ratclii~ (58 years) and Glen and Flossie ~t~1 (56 years). Irene (Harvey) Davis had five (5) generations, and Karen Meadows Foster traveled the greatest distance to attend. Glenna (Harvey) Saunders (97 last October) was recognized as the oldest living descendant of Austin and Mary Ann Harvey. The following were mentioned as passing away since last reunion: Joyce Harvey Miller, Dewey Lilly, Harrett Saunders Steve Bennett, Neal Kellam, Nancy Adkins Bennett, Easter Meadows Lunney, Ward Josh Harvey, Franklin Harvey, Tom Wykle, Joe Ryder, Bob Fox and perhaps others. It was agreed that we will meet again next year on June 16, 2018 at the same place. After a blessing, all resorted to the dining hall for a bounty of food. Since some did not sign the register of attendance, the following list of attendees is not complete, but it represents the majority of those present. They were: Donnie, April and Joel Huffman of Dublin, VA; Mac and Jean Harvey of Ripplemead, VA; Wayne C. Harvey of Willis, VA; Steven Clare of Pembroke, VA; Mattie Marino of Princeton, WV; Eugene Harvey of Ghent, WV; Gall O'Day of Christiansburg, VA; Patsy Day of Christiansburg, VA; Basil G. Adkins of Shady Spring, WV; Janis Harvey of Rupert, WV; Donald and Juanita Ferguson of Wayside, WV; Glen and Flossie Bennett of Lewisburg, WV; Janice Harvey Deeds of Jumping Branch, WV; Edward and Althea Harvey of Forest Hill, WV; Judy Blevins and Jayden Parker of er nnounces un Nearly 31 er ero 5,000 West Virginlans Hunger Huntington, WV; Susie Harvey and Irene Davis of Christiansburg, VA; Gall Bain of Pilot, VA; Myrtle Harvey of Hinton, WV; Marilyn Harvey Carroll of Peterstown, WV; Thomas and Phyllis Ratcliffe of Nimitz, WV; Buster Harvey and Karen Harvey of Christiansburg, VA; Karen Foster of Fredericksburg, VA; Doris Harvey Smith and Becky Smith of Ronceverte, WV; Raymond Harvey, Kathy Grimmett, Faye Miller, Jonathan Andrews, Wyatt Hinton, David and Ellen Reed, Ruby Wiseman, Ruby Meadows, Mark Meador, Gary and Marie Meadows, Cindy Ratliff, and Douglas Wayne Harvey all with Hinton,WV addresses; Brenda Harvey Lilly, Barbara Harvey, Lacy and Margaret Miller all of Cool Ridge, WV; Samuel Miller of Hinton, WV; Victor Link of Newport, VA; Daniel Harvey of Sandyville, WV; Alan, Sue Ann and Travis Harvey of Princeton, WV; Darrell Harvey of Hinton, WV; Mark, Thelma and Clay Wylie of Ashford, WV; Shirley Minter of Vinton, VA; Bonnie Wykle of Talcott, WV; Stacie and Rodney Smith of Newport, VA; Tommy and Daniel Harvey of Forest Hill, WV; Phyllis and Sandy Comer, Bill Thompson, Naomi Lilly all of Nimitz, WV; Wannie Lusk of Kistler, WV; Hayden Cosner of Christiansburg, VA. The accompanying picture was colorized by family tradition. The person pictured is Isaac Ellison, the father of Mary Ann (Ellison) Harvey. He was born in Monroe County in 1816 and died in Fayette County in 1893. He was a son of John Ellison, Jr. and Fanny Cummings Ellison. He married Emily Lively (1819-1892) who was also a native of Monroe County and a daughter of Joseph Lively and Mary "Polly" Pack Lively. Isaac was a miller by trade. Struggle with The Kroger Co. Tuesday, Sept. 19, Kroger is also crowd sourcing for announced a new, national effort solutions, asking communities, aimed at ending hunger in the partners and other stake holders to communities Kroger calls home and help provide ideas, feedback and eliminating waste across the best practices as the effort evolves. company by 2025. "We don't - and we won't - have all "No family in a community we the answers," said Jerry Clontz, serve should ever go hungry, and no president of the Mid Atlantic food in a store we operate should Division. ever go to waste," said Rodney"While weare clear about our McMullen, Kroger's chairman and vision, we are flexible about how to CEO. get there. We are working closely Across the United States, 42 with both Feeding America and the million Americans struggle with World Wildlife Fund (WWF), our hunger. Nearly 315,000 of them live long standing partners, to develop in West Virginia. At the same time, transparent metrics to track our an estimated 72 billion, pounds of progress. food ends up in a landfill every year. "And we are inviting everyone "More than 40 percent of the food who is passionate about feeding produced in the U.S. each year goes people and protecting the planet to unconsumed, while one in eightjoin us in our mission to end hunger people struggle with hunger. That in our communities and eliminate just doesn't make sense," Mr. waste across our company by 2025," McMullen said. "As America's grocer Clontz added. and one of the largest retailers in the In 2016, Kroger donated nearly world, we are committing to doing 1.3 million meals through the something about it." Mountaineer Food Bank and Facing Kroger's visionary Zero Hunger I Hunger Food Bank. All 36 steres in Zero Waste plan includes the bold West Virginia, two in Ashland, KY commitments outlined below, inand one in Proctorville, OH give keeping with the company's Purpose perishable food to the food banks. to Feed the Human SpiritTM. "Hunger exists in every county Capito Supports Passage of Major Defense Funding Bill Legislation funds important military priorities to combat war on terror Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R- threats. W.Va.) issued this statement Authorizes a 2.1 percent across- following passage of the National the-board pay raise for uniformed Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). service members. The bill passed the Senate on an 89- Addresses the readiness shortfall, 8 vote. crisis in modernization and eroding "The threats facing the homeland military advantage by recapitalizing are real and constantly evolving. It our forces and reinvesting in our is Congress' responsibility to ensure capabilities. that our military is equipped to Authorizes $141.5 billion for combat those changing threats, and military personnel, including costs I was proud to support this of pay, allowances, bonuses, death important legislation that funds our benefits and permanent change of military and key national security station moves. priorities, gives our troops a well Bans the transfer ofGuantanamo deserved pay raise, and supports Bay detainees to the United States. service families," said Senator Authorizes Dual Status Military Capito. Technicians to be eligible to The bill that passed the Senate participate in Tricare Reserve included Senator Capito's Select. amendment which provides health Increases STARBASE funding by benefits that have been unfairly more than $20 million. STARBASE denied to mobilizing reservists. NDAA Highlights: $692 billion defense budget funds equipment and personnel to fight terrorism and other evolving and affects every demographic group in this country," said Diana Aviv, CEO of Feeding America@-. "If we are to succeed in creating a hunger free America, it will take the combined efforts of a variety of groups - policy makers, non profits, individuals and corporations - working together with the 200 network member food banks. Kroger is stepping up to the challenge and we look forward to working with them on their Zero Hunger I Zero Waste plan." "The production and consumption of food has the largest environmental footprint of any human activity. By wasting less food, we can 'reduce the environmental impact of food production while also conserving biodiversity and wildlife habitat," said Sheila Bonini, Senior Vice President, Private Sector Engagement, WWF. "Kroger's Zero Waste commitment sets a new standard for food waste reduction goals and will have a ripple effect across their supply chain and industry." CALL ACWP If you see a dog in a neglectful or abusive situation please ACWP. If you see a stray dog on the road, especially one that you've never seen before, please calIACWP. If you have a litter of puppies and would like them to be placed in homes that are pre-approved as responsible pet owners than please call ACWP. The number is easy to remember 855- WV4-PETS. County Per No Polling Place Address ,IV~unicipal Ward Con Del Scn Magst, Con Dst, Del Dst, Sen Dst, " Magst Dst 01 Forest Hill VFD, 16166 SR 12, Forest Hill WV, 24935 0003, 0028, 0010 Greenbrier River 04 West End-City Garage, 1800 Temple Street, Hinton WV 25951, 0003, 0028, 0010 New River 04A West End City Garage, 1800 Temple Street Hinton WV, 0003,0028, 010 New River 07 CityHall- Hinton Technology Center, 3 0 1 Summers Street, Hinton WV 25951 0003, 0028, 0010 Bluestone River 09 Hinton Area Elem. School, 121 PARK Avenue, Hinton WV 25951 0003, 0028, 0010 Bluestone River 11 Bellepeint-Lifeline Church, 505 Stokes Drive, Hinton WV 0003, 0028, 0010 Greenbrier River 12 Upland SCVFD Substation, 3737 Elk Knob Road, Hinton WV 25951 0003, 0028, 0010 Greenbrier River 13 Summers Co. Hospital Conference Room, 1500 Terrace Street, Hinton WV 25951 0003, 0028, 0010, Greenbrier River 15 Lick Creek Baptist Fellowship Hall, 13105 N Sr. 20 Meadow Bridge WV, 25976 0003, 0028, 0010 New River 17 Green Sulphur Dist. 63 River Road Sandstone WV, 25985 0003, 0028, 0010 New River 22 Jumping Branch School, 6617 Beech Run Road, Jumping Branch, WV 25969 0003, 0028, 0010 Bluestone River 23 White Oak-Jumping BR. School, Beech Run Road, Jumping Branch WV, 25969 0003,0028,0010 Bluestone River 26 Madams Creek MT. Olivet Church, 2298 Madams Creek Road, Hinton ~ 25951 0003, 0028, 0010 Bluestone River 27 Pipestem VOL. Fire Department, 229 Broadway Road, Pipestem WV, 25979 0003 0028 0010 Bluestone River -, 30 Talcott School 1 3 3 Talcott School RD. Talcott WV, 24981 0003, 0028, 0010 Greenbrier River 32 Pence Springs Airport Office, 113 Airport Drive Pence Springs WV, 24962 0003, 0042 ,0010 New River PSD MEETING The Meadow Creek Public Service District meets the second Tuesday of each month at the Green Sulphur District Volunteer Fire Department at 6 p.m. Meetings are open to the public. PIPESTEM RURITAN CLUB The Pipestem Ruritan club meets every fourth Saturday at 6:00 p.m. We have a wonderful dinner before our meeting. We would like to invite anyone interested in learning more about this service club to come and join us. We have a gospel sing the Friday before our meetings. Come join in the fun and fellowship. For more information please call Brenda Garcia at 304- 923-1622 or 304-466-6804. Bingo every night at the Hinton Senior Citizens Building on Second Ave. Doors open at 4:00 p.m. starts at 6:00 pan. More than 5 insurance companies under one roof. 300 Greenbrier Drive HINTON 304-731 -0505 Health Vision Dental Disability Income Business Overhead Life Medicare Medicare Supplements Lerona United Methodist Church Lerona, WV October 17 at 12 All invited to meet: Local author Heather Day December), as well as her Hemlock Gilbert will be conducting a Meet Creek Suspense series (Out of the Author talk and book signing Circulation and Undercut, which at Lerona Methodist*Church on will release in October). Tuesday, October 17, at noon, Publisher's Weekly gave as part of the Tuesday BlessingsHeather's Viking historical Forest Program. This program includes a Child a starred review, saying it free meal. is "an engaging story depicting Gilbert is a Grace Award winner timelesshumanstruggleswithfaith, and bestseliing author. She writes love, loyalty, and leadership." novels that capture life in all its Find out more about Gilbert and messy, bittersweet, hope-filled her books on heatherdaygilbert. glory. Born and raised in the West com. Virginia mountains, generational During her Meet the Author story-telling runs in her blood, event, Gilbert will be sharing Gilbert writes Viking historicals about her road to publication. and contemporarymystery/ She recently signed a three-book suspense, contract for a cozy mystery series Gilbert has two series set with Kensington Books in NYC. in West Virginia: her award- Gilbert will be accepting cash or winning Murder in the checks for book purchases at the Mountains series (Miranda event. Warning and Trial by Twelve, CompiledbyHeatherDayGilbert with a new release slated for this and Donna Brown Brewster The office of Forest Hill Family Practice Wi!i close Thursdayi October 26, 2017. 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