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l BRYAN SETH BOGGESS Bryan Seth Boggess of Liberty Township, Ohio, formerly of Jumping Branch, West Virginia, THOMAS D. TEDROW passed away September 21st at Hospice of Warren and Butler Thomas (Tom) Dean Tedrow, 85 Counties following a courageous of Fairfield passed away Sunday, battle with lymphoma. September 24, 2017. Born June 16, 1991 in Wurzburg, Tom was born on May 7, 1932 in, Jewett, Ohio to Albert and Clara Germany, Bryan is the son of Carla Tedrow. He was the youngest 0ffour Patrick of Springboro, Ohio and children. Tom served in theAir Force Jerry Boggess of Salem Virginia. He is survived by i brother, Jason for four years during the Korean Boggess of Hamilton, Ohio and 1 Conflict. He married Peggy Evans on August 21, 1954 and they had sister Bethani Boggess of Newport three daughters. He worked at News, V'trginia. Bryan was an avid PC gamer and McDonnell Air Craft and Bell enjoyed acting as a DJ at special, Helicopter before moving to Fairfield events, in 1972 to help with the family Bryan's passion was dogs, cattle. especaially service dogs. His He began working at Nucor Steel greatest companion was his German ~ in 1975 and retired in 1995. Tom was Shepherd named Brady. also a member of the First Baptist A private memorial service will Church. His hobbies included be held at a later date. hunting, fishing and attending his grandkids sporting events. After 50 years of marriage Peggy [] REGINA G. GREENE Regina Gaffe Greene, 62, of Hundgards Creek went to her heavenly home September 29, 2017 at CAMC Hospital in Charleston after a courageous battle with cancer. Born March 11, 1955 at Meadow Creek she was the daughter of Berthena Adkins of Sandstone and the late Billie Jo Adkins. Former employee of Your Choice Home Care of Crawley and a member of Second Baptist Church of Talcott she enjoyed spending time with friends, family and especially her grandchildren. Those left to cherish her memory are her husband of 32 years Paul Greene of Hundgards Creek, five children, Angela Pence and husband Clinton of Lindside, Charles Gore and wife Holly of Alderson, Paul Greene Jr. and companion Monica Sims of Talcott, Kimberly Tabor and husband Eric of Talcott and Jessica Austin and husband Gary of Pickaway; two brothers, Douglas Adkins of Sandstone and Billie Wayne Adkins of Frederick, MD; thirteen grandchildren, Brandon Gill, James- Earl Kessler, Brooke Kessler, Jonathan Pence and wife Jennifer, Noah Pence and wife Prajakta, Heather Pence, Kaelyn Gore, Carson Gore, Nevan Farmer, Zavier Farmer, Dustin Barnett, Mackenzie Bryant and Kelsey Austin; three great grandchildren, Kyra Pence, Kynadee Pence and Nataleigh Sampson; brother-in- law, James Greene of Lewisburg and a special friend, Christina Romano Dipisa. Princeton. year in West Virginia and the rest Kevin was born, March 1, 1966, at his home in Fairfield. They were in Hinton, the son of Conrad and' married for eight years before his Eva Patrick Graham, of Hinton. death. Left to cherish his memories are He was a 1984 graduate of Hinton his wife, Ginny; daughters, Tammy i High School. Ives and husband David of Kevin was involved in sales positions most of his adult life, much Palestine, Terri Mayo and husband of the time, in the Princeton area. Teddy of Fairfield and Tracey He was of the Baptist faith.Schlabra and husband Steve of He was outgoing and had many Livingston; step daughter, Caroline friends. He enjoyed rooting for the Powell and husband J.C. of Hinton Bobcats, and the West Charleston, West Virginia. He is also KEVIN T. GRAHAM passed away on February 26, 2005. Funeral Services will be held Kevin Todd Graham died, He married Ginny Gadd, an old 12:00 pm Thursday at the Ronald Monday, September 25, 2017, athis family friend on September19, 2009. Meadows Funeral Parlors Chapel home on Carl Wade Road, in They spent six months of each with Pastor Robbie Merritt officiating. Burial will follow in the Gore Family Cemetery at Hundgards Creek. Friends may call from 10:00 am until service time on Thursday at the funeral parlors. Clinton Pence, Eric Tabor, Warren Tabor, Tony Eggleston, Jonathan Pence and Jonathan Meadows will serve as pallbearers. Arrangements are by the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors of Hinton. Condolences may be sent to the VL, lginia Mountaineers, but the light survived by granddaughters, Megan family at www.ronaldmeadowsfp. ofhis life was his daughterAutumn. Lane and Amy Nold and her corn In addition to his uarants, he, is husband ]~rian;graa~lsoxis, ~ao~nas :Cou][][~il onAging ~, ~:~ survi~edby:his ~._~"~r,~n Schlabra and his wife Emily and .... ~ral~, at ~:,ia~qne Jared Schlabra; step grandson, stepdaughter, Tara Neal of Talbott Powell; great gra_vldchila~ren, - ........ Princeton. One brother Keith Kennedy Lane, Owen Lane and Graham and companion Georgia of Caleb Nold and one sister, Mary Clendenin, West Virginia, one sister Merlini of Fort Ashby, West V'Irginia. Nancy Lilly and husbandGreg of The family would like to thank Jumping Branch, and three Pam, Judy and Jerianne at Virginia nephews, Austin Graham, Tanner Hospice. and Tucker Lilly also survive. Visitation was Tuesday evening Funeral services were held 1:00 from 6-8 p.m. at Griffin - Roughton p.m., Friday, September 29, 2017 at Funeral Home. Funeral services the Pivont Funeral Chapel, with were held on Wednesday, September Paster Robbie Merritt officiating. 27, 2017 at 2 p.m. in the Chapel at Burial followed at the Restwood Griffin - R0ughton Funeral Home Memorial Gardens. Friends called with Bro. Ed Ridge officiating. from 11:00 a.m. until time of the Burial followed at Fairfield service on Friday, September 29. Cemetery. Family and friends served as An online guest bookis available pallbearers, at Rather than flowers, Kevin would Arrangements by Griffin- like for you to make a contribution Roughton Funeral Home, Fairfield, "to the charity of your choice. Online Texas. condolences at www.pivont **~ Time is the coin of life. Only you can Arrangements were by Pivont determine how it will be spent. Funeral Home, Hinton, West --Carl Sandburg Virginia .... It's easy to pick children whose mothers are good housekeepers; they are usually found in other yards. ~Anonymous Study nature, love nature, stay dose to nature. It will never fail you. --Frank Lloyd Wright A new Class A CDL class will New River CTC's Workforce begin Monday, October 2 at New Education Division provides River Community and Technical employable educational College's Advanced Technology opportunities including noncredit Center, 527 Odd Rd., Ghent. courses, workforce development "It's rare for us to have openings programs and customized training. for the class, as there is normally a For more information about wait list," Program Specialist Gloria workforce classes at New River CTC Kincaid explained. "This is a great or to register contact Gloria Kincaid program for those looking to train at 304-793-6101, gkincaid@newr for a new career as there is a high iver. edu or Jeanne Stone at 304-883 demand for Class A CDL drivers." 2469, The six week course provides 180 New River Community and contact hours oftraining to prepare Technical College serves nine students to pass the written and counties in southeastern West driving tests at a state examination Virginia from the Greenbrier Valley site. The class is held Monday Campus (Lewisburg), Mercer through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4 County Campus (Princeton), p.m, Nicholas County Campus Preregistration is required as (Summersville), and Raleigh County limited seating is available. Campus (Beaver/Beckley). This is a weekly publication of the Summers County Council on Aging Inc., 120 Second Ave., Hinton. Funded in part by the WV Bureau of Senior Services, Appalachian Area Agency on Aging, other grant and local resources and donations. Any older persons is encouraged to participate in the program regardless of race, creed, handicap or national origin. The Summers County Council on Aging is an equal opportunity employer. Tuesday, October 3: Salisbury Steak/Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Blackberry Cobbler, Whole Wheat Bread, Margarine/ Milk. Activity: Chad Meador, Admin. Summers County Health Dept. & Amy Justice R.N. Will Speak on the Importance of Flu Shots 11:00 a.rn. Bingo 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, October 4: Oven Baked Chicken, Glazed Carrots, Buttered Corn, ChocOlate Pudding, Whole Wheat Bread, Margarine/ Milk. Activity: Summers County Senior Center Quilters will Quilt Today 10:00 a.m. Bingo 10:15 a.rn. Thursday, October 5: Seasoned Pinto Beans, Onions, Cabbage, Mixed Fruit, Cornbread, Margarine/ Milk. Activity: Blood Pressure Clinic 10:45 a.m. Bingo 10:00 a.m. Friday, October 6: Baked Ham, Sweet Potatoes, Green Beans, Cake & Ice Cream, Biscuits, Margarine/ Milk. Activity: "Birthday Party" Special Singing By: Doisers Kenneth & Brenda 11:00 a.m. No Bingo Today. Monday, October 9: Columbus Day. Holiday, Center Closed. Tuesday, October 1~. Taco Salad, Tossed Salad, Chili Beans, Chips., Banana, Milk, Activity: Bible Study with Rev. Don Hannah at 11:00 a.m. Bingo at 10:15 a:m. Menu changes may occur due to availability of food or due to circumstances beyond our control. A recent study found that people who ate nuts at least five times a week had half the risk of heart dis- ease as those who didn't eat them 'as often. Nuts are high in beneficial monounsaturated fat and fiber. 'it aes. Oct. 3, 2017 Hinton News - 3 2 ]st k 7,2017 Registration- 9:30 a.m. Program begins at 10:00 Registration fee the day of the walk is $20.00, T-shirts the day of the walk will be given away first come first served while they last. Great door prizes, free coffee, free entertainment, free breast cancer information plus baked goods for sale! Ill I I Presented by Summers Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Kirk's, WFHL And Summers County Appalachian Regional Hospital ]l I II IIII lit IIiii ~:~;i i~ , : ~,: ~., ,: ..... : ..... The Summer Season of activities (Hedrick) Brodie and her family delicious as always. for the Lighthouse Beams youth with us from Australia, Kassie After we got started eating we group of Pence Springs Community (Hedrick) Coleman was there with heard a loud commotion and it was Church began with our annual her children from Beckley anda little visitor named Kayson. He Vacation Bible school. Christi (Barker) Kubecki was with had never fished before and he was This year was held July 10th us from North Carolina. We love our fishing and eating at the same time through the 14th. children & It is always good for them when a 16" bass grabbed his worm Our attendance averaged around to come back with their families, and went with it. He was so excited 40 all week and we raised $405.00 On September 23rd we had a and we of course gave him a prize for missionaries. The theme was fishing event at the pond behind our too. Congratulations! "Over the Moat, drawbridge to the Church. We began fishing at 3:00 This activity takes a lot of hands King". After a good week of VBS we p.m. we always have a little contest to pull it off, Chairs and tables were had our closing program on Friday just for fun and a prize or two hauled, food prepared and ordered, with a pizza party to follow,ofcourse. The winners were: Wyatt fishing helpers for all the kids and Our annual Church picnic was having the most at 7" and 6" then also trash picker uppers. Thanks to held on August 13th. immediately, Rosie got an 8" and Arabella hauled all who helped. Leslie Persinger of following our worship service. The in a 14" large mouth bass so she won the Country Roads Store has helped weather was perfect for a picnic and for the biggest, us all Summer with our supplies and we have a great tree to sit under. Bob We stopped fishing at 4:00 to eat Ashby Berkley let us use his pond. Cales had the blessing for us and the and our pastor Roger Persinger had Thanks guys. We will not be doing meal was enjoyed along with good the blessing for us. We had subs from Fall activities. If you don't have a fellowship. The children had a lot of the Alderson Subway and hot-dogs church to call home, we welcome you fun playing and the adults just alongwithlotsofgoodfoodprovided to come and join us. It is located visited under the tree. by those attending. Phyllis Wykle behind the Country Roads Store on We were blessed to have Valerie made our chili for us and it was Rt. 3 in Pence Springs. \ Charleston, West Virginia- TheWest Virginia producers are In 2016, all United States U.S. Department of Agriculture's continuing to strive to produce the certified organic farms sold a total National Agricultural Statistics best organic crops in WestVirginia," of $7.6 billion in organically Service (NASS) released its 2016 said State Statistician Charmaine produced commodities on morethan Certified Organic Production Report Wilson. five million acres of land. FiRy four Sept. 20, from the survey conducted West Virginia counted 14 USDA percent, or 2.7 million acres, is earlier this year. The survey queried certified organic farms in 2016, cropland, and 2.3 million is in all known USDA certified organic down two from 2015. Of these 14 pasture. farms across West Virginia. farms, 12 farms had crop production, The United States counted 14,217 In 2016, West Virginia's certified including nursery and greenhouse, USDA certified organic farms in organic farms sold a total of $2 three raised livestock and poultry, 2016, up 1,399 farms from 2015. Of million in organically produced and two produced livestock andthese, 11,187 farms had crop commodities on 2,362 acres of land. poultry products. West Virginia production, including nursery and Forty four percent, or 1,039 acres, organic farms sold blueberries, greenhouse, 3,577 raised livestock is cropland, and 1,323 is in pasture, blackberries, garlic, lettuce,and poultry, and 3,258 produced "Although West Virginia USDA tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, hay, livestock and poultry products. certified organic farms have maple syrup, sorghum, corn for decreased in number from 2015,grain, and cattle.