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10 - Hinton News Tues. Sept. 26, 2017 NOTICE Due to the conversion of our computer system to E-File, the office of the Summers County Circuit Clerk office will be closed on Friday morning, September 29th and on Monday morning, October 2nd. Open to public on Friday, September 29, 2017: 1:OO p.m. - 4:30 p.m. and Monday, October 2, 2017:1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. VETERANS MUSEUM HOURS The Museum will be open each Saturday from 12 noon to 4:00 p,m. Historical Displays range from Early frontier days, the Revolutionary War, The Civil War, World War I, World War If, Korea, Viet Nam, and to the Present Mideast. Tour guides are present. Admission is free SC FARMER'S MARKET The Summers County Farmers Market has grown! The Market is now open twice a week. Tuesday evenings from 4 p.m. -6p.m. at the Hinton Freight Depot located at 509 Commercial St. and Fridays from 8 a.m. -12 p.m. in the parking lot of Lifeline Church, 505 Stokes Dr. Enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, fresh flowers, value added items and much more all grown locally! For more information visit Summers County Farmers Market on Facebook. SPAGHETTI DINNER Trinity United Methodist Church in Talcott is having a spaghetti dinner, Saturday, September 30, from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. Cost $10 per person. Please come out and support our church. PUBLIC NOTICE The Summers County Board of Education wishes to inform parents of the vision, hearing and speech/ language screening tests that will be conducted during the 2017-2018 school year by qualified personnel. The purpose of the screening is to identify students who may have vmlon, heamng and/or speech/ language difficulties. Vision, hearing and speech/language screening tests will be conducted for all Pre-K students, all Head Start students and any student entering school for the first time in West Virginia. Parents will be notified if the screening indicates that their child requires follow up services. Any parent who does not want his/her child to received the screening tests should notify the school principal in writing. HEALTH SCREENINGS Life Line Screening, a leading provider of community based preventive health screenings will be in our community on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at First Presbyterian Church, 322 Third Ave. Ultrasound screenings to Identify risk factors for Cardiovascular disease include; Carotid Artery (plaque buildup a leading cause of stroke), Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (an enlargement or weak area in the main blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to ,the rest of the body), Peripheral Arterial Disease (hardening of the arteries in the legs), a Heart Rhythm Screening (an EKG to detect Atrial Fibrillation irregular heartbeat) and an Osteoporosis Risk Assessment for men and women. Being proactive about your health by knowing your ri~ks helps you and your doctor address problems early. Register online TODAY at www.lifelinescreening.com/ community circle and receive your "Community Circle" discount and your Preferred Appointment! WALK FOR HER LIFETIME The Walk for Her Lifetime Committee will hold its Annual Walk Event at Bellepoint Park on October 7, 2017. Pre-registration fee is $15.00 which also guarantees you a free t-shirt in your size. Preregistration forms can be found on Walk for Her Lifetime's Facebook page or you can get one from a Committee Member. The cutoffdate is September 17th at noon. You can also find them at Stacy Ford's office in the Memorial Building. The registration fee the day of the walk will be $20.00. We cannot guarantee you a shirt if you don't pre-register. If we have a few left we will give them away on a first come first served basis the day of the walk. Remember, all the money raised at this event stays in Summers County for our residents who need a mammogram and cannot afford one or who needs financial assistance Ibr the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. See you at the park! HANDICAPPED VOTERS Any voter who needs the use of handicapped voting facilities in Summers County For the Saturday, October 7, 2017 - Special Election shall be able to vote at: Precinct #17- Sandstone Volunteer Fire Department Precinct #7 - Hinton Technology Center Precinct #1 ~ Forest Hill Volunteer Fire Department The following precincts also offer limited access for the handicapped and may be used by those choosing to do so. Precinct #9- Hinton Area Elementary School Precinct #11 - Lifeline Church Precinct #13 - Summers County ARH Hospital Precinct #22, #23 - Jumping Branch Elementary School Precinct#30-T a 1 c o t t Elementary School Also, All voters may Vote during Early Voting in the Office of the County Clerk, in the Summers County Courthouse September 2' - October 4, 2017. Summers County Commission Bill Lightner, President MEETING SCHEDULED AT PIPESTEM PRIMITIVE BAPTIST Elder Eddie Lyle of West Jefferson, NC and Elder Ronald Bowman ofAustinville, VAwill (God willing) fill a preaching appointment at Pipestem Primitive Baptist Church on Saturday, September 30 at 1:00 p.m. The meeting house is located on Rt. 20 between Princeton and Hinton, near the Summers-Mercer County line and Pipestem State Park entrance. All are invited to attend. LOCKBRIDGE FALL FESTIVAL The Fall Festival of the Lockbridge United Methodist Church will be held Saturday, September 30, 2017, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Church is 3 miles down Lockbridge Road from Route 20, near Meadow Bridge, north off 1- 64, exit 143. Featured ~ictivities will bb apple butter making; arts and crafts; general store with baked goods, jams and jellies, and yard sale items; face painting; cake walks; and food (hot- dogs, barbecue, cabbage, beans, cornbread, baked potato bar, desserts, drinks and free coffee). There will be entertainment throughout the day. For information, call Susan Tabor 304-484-7721 or Peggy Gwinn 304-484-7530. SUMMERS COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH A Board of Health meeting has been scheduled for Friday, September 29, 2017 at 10:OO a.m. at the Summers County Health Department If you have questions concerning this meeting or would like to be placed on the agenda, please call the health department at 304 466-3388. NATIONAL VOTER REGISTRATION DAY Tuesday, September 26 is National Voter Registration Day, a chance to celebrate one of our most important and basic rights--the right to vote. In hundreds of communities across the country, thousands of volunteers will focus on increasing voter participation with a massive effort to register voters. The Summers County Huddle, a non-partisan advocacy group, will honor National Voter Registration Day and assist in registering voters at the Summers County Public Library on Tuesday, Sept. 26 from 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. At the VOTE table, you can register to vote or check to see if your registration is still current. If you turned 18 recently, changed your name, moved, or haven't voted in recent elections, you may need to update your voter registration. en a Summers County Board of Education Special Meeting September 27, at 8:30 a.m. 1. Roll Call 2. Invocation/Pledge of Allegiance 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Expulsion Hearing Number One 5. Discussion and/or Action Concerning Expulsion 6. Expulsion Hearing Number Two 7. Discussion and/or Action Concerning Expulsion 8. Adjournment Horse Powered Histo 4H Club Year Ending Linda L.E. Emrich 4H Club Leader Katlyn L. Richmond 4H Club Reporter Our 4H Club provided recycle opportunities for three Summers County events, including the W.V. Water Festival, the Festival of the Rivers and Culture Fest. The #1 plastic bottles were collected and recycled as a community service and the aluminum cans provided a club fund raiser when the cans were sold at the Greenbrier Recycling Center in Ronceverte, W.V. For the 2016-2017 4H Club year, we turned in nine 4H Projects and for each completed project club members were awarded Summers County blue ribbons and complementary free pass tickets to the W.V. State Fair, where our projects were on display in the Underwood Youth Building. We are looking forward to our 4H Project work being returned to us with additional WV State level awards to be given on 4H Achievement Day, which is usually held during the first week of October, National 4H Week and marks the beginning of the new 4H year. Anyone between the ages of 5-8 yrs old can join 4H Cloverbuds. 4H Youth Program membership ages are 9-17 yrs. of age and from ages 18-21 young adult 4H leadership training is available to club members. Anyone wanting to get involved in the 4H Program should contact Lesley Woodrum, 4H Extension Agent at the WVU Extension Office in the Memorial Building in Hinton, W.V. or call 304- 466-7113. Notice Bill Lightner, President, with concurrence of Commissioners Jack David Woodrum and Tony Williams, has called a Special Session of the Summers County Commission for Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. in the County Commission Office for the following purposes: 1. Consideration write a letter of support for Rock Ridge Bar and Grill "Ridge Fest Colt Ford Concert" on October 6, 2017 and Ridge Fest' The WhiSkey River Band, The Ryan Perry Band, Mikele Buck Band and Them Dirty Roses Band~ on October 7, 2017. 2. Margert KruIJac from Addressing, and Mapping to give an update on the Statewide Mapping and Addressing project. 3. Sheriff Wheeler and Rhonda Patrick, Tax Deputy to discuss the Fire Service Fee Collection. 4. Consideration to enter into agreement with West Virginia American Water Company for a proposed 67, Fire Service for the Summers County Courthouse Complex. 5. Consideration to enter into agreement with West Virginia American Water Company for a new water meter service for the Summers County Courthouse proper. Bill Lightner, President Summers County Commission FALL REVIVAL Fall Revival Services will be held October 1-4 at the Pence Springs Community Church 7:00 p.m. Speaker: Rabble Merritt. Pastor Roger Persinger and the Congregation invites everyone to attend. CAR SHOW The Talcott Fire Dept. will be having a car show in conjunction with their annual pig roast October 1 4th. The show will be from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Registration is from 10:30 a.m. to I 1:30 a.m. and the fee is $10. Contact Jackie for more information 304-661-0322. Pig roast will be 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. We n ;t AR 2017 ppreciation The ARH parking lot will turnTo win grand prizes, employees Hospital, 115 Summers Hospital into a lively Carnival Midway filled must earn validation stamps at Read, Hinton, WV 25951 with fun and games for the 137 each of the three stations. WHO: Marketing & staff members of Summers CountyAdditionally, all employees will Communications Manager, Melissa ARH. receive ARH-branded souvenirsCornett, along with ARH All staff members are invitedand free concessions of cotton System Director of Employee and to play games of chance including candy, caramel apples and popcorn Labor Relations Christopher A. Duck Pondi Ring Toss & Wheel of as thank-you gifts for their ongoing Johnson and other members of the Fortune. dedication and compassionate ARH management team will be on- Plus, each booth will offer the service to the Middlesborohand to personally thank each of opportunity to get three different community, its employees for their support and wellness screenings, as well as talk WHEN: Wednesday, September faithful service. to the health specialists about their 27, 2-6pm results. WHERE: Summers County ARH Appalachian Trail makes list of 15 wild areas in U.S. at high risk of development for oil, gas and other resourcesd New report shines spotlight on important wild lands that must be protected A new report released today by The Wilderness Society raises the alarm about the Appalachian Trail in Virginia and We st Virginia, which is currently under threat from the proposed Mountain Valley Pipeline, and other wild lands across the U.S. threatened by extractive industries eager to exploit the resources on or underneath them, including oil, gas and coal. 'Too Wild To Drill" identifies !5 unique places found on public lands that are at high risk of drilling, mining and other development-- and the damage and destruction that inevitably follow. These lands provide Americans with important benefits such as clean air and water, wildlife habitat, recreational opportunities, sacred sites, jobs and other socioeconomic benefits. '~rhe Appalachian Trail is the longest hiking-only footpath in the world, providing recreational opportunities for millions of people every year," said Laura Belleville, vice president of conservation and trail programs for the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. 'The Mountain Valley P~pc~i~e a poorly-planned project, would permanently scar this iconic treasure for 100 miles, threatening clean drinking water sources and damaging the economy for Central Virginia communities." Energy development damages landscapes, often permanently. Impacts resulting from infrastructure like well pads, oil rigs, roads, fences and pipelines include air and water pollution from haze, spills, chemicals and dust, as well as phenomena like industrial traffic, gas flares and other light pollution, and loud noise that can disrupt communities and wildlife. "Some places are simply too wild to drill or to develop for pipelines," said Hugh Irwin, landscape conservation planner for The WALK FOR HER LIFETIME CONTEST Did you know WFHL has 2 contest at every walk event? This year the Event is on Saturday, October 7. Every year we give out trop~es to the group or organization who has the most people present and a trophy to the group that raises the most money. You also get bragging rights for the whole year. Let's get a little fun competition going. Get your group together and register as a group walk. Pre- registration forms are on our Facebook page, at the WVU Extension Office, Grandma's House, and Southern Roots Beauty Shop. Pre-registration is $15 which includes a free t-shirt and registration the day of the walk is $20. Money raised helps people in Summers County with breast cancer get a diagnosis and]or treatment financial aid. y or g & Other Roots Sat. Sept. 2 thru Sun. Nov. 4 Princeton, WV Ever'), Sat. 9:00 a.m. -11:00 a.m. Princeton Flea Market on Oakvale Road Lewisburg, WV Every Sat. 1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Adkins Auto Parts across from Walmart Pence Springs, WV Every Sun. 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Pence Springs Flea Market Pay Sam Black Church- at old Exxon Every Sun. 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Ph: 1-855-440-SENG Cash - No Lot Too Small Or Large Wilderness Society. '~rhe federal Irwin said. "It is long past time that government must resist pressure destructive projects be taken off the from energy companies and other table in the public interest." special interests to open up our Energy companies already last remaining wild places for have more leases than they can development." apparently use. Of the 27 million The Wilderness Society issues acres currently under lease to a new version of Too Wild To Drill oil and gas companies--an area every few years to call attention to about the size of Tennessee--more vulnerable places on public lands, than half are sitting idle. And In this edition, places highlighted the coal industry already has include the Arctic National Wildlife 20 years of reserves under lease Refuge, one of the most remote and on public lands. Meanwhile, the wild places left in the world, need for additional gas pipelines According to the report, the across the Appalachian Mountains Appalachian Trail in Virginia is remains undocumented by any facing a range of development comprehensive study. threats from the proposed While oil, gas and coal Mountain Valley Pipeline. Under companies and their activities have the currently proposed route, the an indisputably disproportionate 300-mile pipeline would originate influence on public lands, other in West Virginia and cut across imminent threats to treasured the Appalachian Mountains within public lands identified by 'Too the Jefferson National Forest Wild To Drill' include uranium in Virginia. This proposed route and sulfide-ore copper mining and would severely impact recreation groundwater extraction. experiences on the Appalachian 'The release of Too Wild To Drill Trail by ruining scenic vistas, falls in the midst of numerous It would also cross lands with reviews of public lands policies, underground streams, caves and ordered by President Donald sinkholes, putting the drinking Trump and Interior Secretary Ryan water of nearby communities at Zinke, that are taking place behind risk of contamination, closed doors with little or no public "Co ngress requires our public overs.ightoraocountability. lands to be managed on behalf of This month also marks the the American people, with public end of the 180-day review period interest being the primary guiding established by President Trump's principle. This is particularly "Energy Independence and true of our national forest lands Economic Growth" Executive Order. where a large number of multiple The directive requires federal uses should take precedence over agencies to review any regulations private companies benefiting at the that could "potentially burden" expense of qur public resources. The fossil fuel development. The Trump proposed pipeline would cut across administration is known for its close irreplaceable roadless land and ties to the extractive industries. adjacent to designated wilderness 'WVe must set aside our wildest, areas, and would degrade public most pristine places for future lands that are valued locally and generations to enjoy," Irwin said. nationally for their recreational "Selling out our public lands for and ecological importance. It is a foolhardy pursuit of energy indefensible that the public'sdominance and profiteering is not drinkingwater, recreationresources an option for these special places-- and natural heritage would be put once they're gone, we can never get at risk to benefit private interests," them back." Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you. --Frank Lloyd Wright NOTICE NOTICE Meadow Creek Cemetery needs Effective September 22, 2017 the your donations for this year's care Summers County Circuit Clerk for the cemetery. Four large Trees Office will no longer accept Passport have fallen and need removed. Applications. Please call our office Meadow Creek Cemetery, P.O. Box for your nearest acceptance facility. 85, Meadow Creek W~ 25977. *Last Fridayof each month is our early bird special. )