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6 - Hinton News Tues. Oct. 23, 2012 Notice EARLY / ABSENTEE VOTING INFO Summers County Early voting will be conducted in the County Clerk's Office at the FEMA Funds Courth0use during reKular business hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. beginning Wednesday, October 24 Summers County participates chosen to receive funds must : 1) be until Saturday, November 3. receiving federal fund under the private voluntary nonprofits or units Saturday, October 27 and Saturday, Emergency Food and Shelter of government, 2) have an November 3, the hours will be from National Board Program. accounting system, 3) practice 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. If funding is made available, the nondiscrimination, 4) have The last day to vote an early selection will be made by a National demonstrated the capability to ballot will be Saturday, November Board that is chaired by the deliver emergency food and/or 3. Any registered voter can vote Department of Homeland Security's shelter programs, 5) have a DUNS during this Early Voting time. If you Federal Emergency Management number, and 6) if they are a private have any questions, call Mary Beth Agency and consists of voluntary organization, they must Merritt, County Clerk at 466-7104. representatives from American Red have a voluntary board. Qualifying Cross' Catholic Charities, USA, agencies are urged to apply. FREE COMPUTER LAB National Council of Churches of  Summers County has distributed Christ in the U.S.A., The Salvation Emergency Food and Shelter funds Talcott Computer Lab, located at Army, United Jewish Communities previously with Loaves and Fishes, the Talcott Fire Dept., provides free and United Way of America. The First Presbyterian Church and high-speed, broadband internet Local Board was charged to CASE of WV participating. These services to the community by way distribute funds appropriated by 'Ggencies were responsible for of a grant received through Future Congress to help expand, the providing meals, lodging and utility Generatiuns WV. The Community capacity of food and sheller payments Computer Lab is open to the public programs in high-need, areas Public or private voluntary on Tuesdays from 4:00 p.m. - 9:00 around the country, organizations interested, in p.m. and on Thursdays from Noon until 5:00 p.m. A Local Board. made up of applying for Emergency Food and Talcott Computer Lab will be representatives of the County' Shelter Program funds must contact Commission, American, Red Cross, Carol Bailey to apply. She may be hosting a free workshop on how to The MinisterialAssociation, Loaves contacted at 425-4306 or by writing use Skype tO keep in touch and Fishes (Catholic Charities West her c/o Catholic Charities West with family & friends on Tuesday, October 16 at 6:00 p.m., at the Virginia), CASE of WV, First Virginia, P.O. Box 386, Princeton. Presbyterian Church, the Senior WV 24740. The deadline for Talcott Fire Dept. Additionally, a free workshop on Center, United Way of Southern applications to be received at how to set up an account on E-Bay West Virginia, and local clients will Catholic Charities West Virginia is and how to buy & sell items, on determine how the funds where and no later than 9:00 a.m., October 31, Tuesday, October 23, commencing at if available, awarded to Summers 2012 County are to be distributed among 6:00 p.m. at the Fire Department. the emergency food and. shelter programs run by local service Trinity United Methodist agencies in the area. The Local Board is responsible for recommending, agencies to receive Church, Talcott these funds and any additional funds available under this phase of Will Be Having A the program. Under the terms of the grant from Christmas the National Board, local agencies i0id You Kn0w? l Bazaar (NAPS)--Paying into a prepaid November 3 529 plan can help you save on your child's college tuition. Contributions made by June 30th will buy tuition at 2012 rates as new rates take effect 9 aomo - 7 p.m July 1st. For more information, visit www.privatecollege529.com, and a Turkey Dinner ($ 8) AI ,(C% Martlne -  "k -A- -k t',  ,,, *** House of The Comptroller of the Currency and the Federal Reserve Board have Delegates ordered the Independent Foreclosure Review to determine whether you were hurt financially and to provide 28 th District (D) compensation or remediation for that harm. Learn more at www. independentforeclosurereview.com. Education - Jobs - Healthcare The "Top 10 Responsible Sports Moments" honors sportsmanship, Ret. Military Farm Bureau selflessness and responsibility in sports. The program is part HS Principal Kiwanis youth of Liberty Mutual Insurance's Responsible Sports program, A n.:_aun 9 NRA ARH a.4 ; n...v.so, j which supports children's success both on and off the field. To nomi- Endorsed: nate a 2012 moment, visit www. Facebook.com/ResponsibleSports. U MW AFT Winning organizations will re- AFL-CI0 WV for Life ceive a $1,000 award from Liberty Mutual Insurance. WVEA State Medical Association Since 1931, a program of the Paid for by Friends ofAI Martine Library of Congress--the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS)-- has been providing reading mate-Jarrell's Exon rials, free of charge, for the visu- ally impaired and physically handicapped. To learn more, visit "Your Full-Service Service Station" www.loc.gov/nls. 466-0133 BEAN DINNER Mt. Pisgah United Methodist Church at Hilldale will be holding a Bean Dinner on November 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Homemade cakes, pies, bread, OPEN 24/7 and much more. Hog Dogs available. Eatin our takeout. For Pay At the Pump Gas & Diesel Fuel Questions call Bobby 304-466- 1467. /ILL TIRE,00" BRAKE SPECIAL: FREE MOUNT FRONT PADS ONL Y FREE BALANCE LIFE TIME WARRANTY WEAREVER GOLD $69.95 ...... FREE TIRE VA L VES WA GN ER $ 79.95 COMPUTER SCAN The only person in American his- Head Mechanic ,amy to , bah an Admira, (Rear [ EBON I Admiral) in the Navy and a Gen- Tim Ward eral (Major General) in the Army Mechanics: was Samuel Powhatan Carter, Johnny Reel who was born in Elizabethton, We're drivers too. Tenn., in 1819. The Summers County Banel Is now.having their Annual Fruit Sale If interested in the fruit please contact: Tim Simms at Summers County High School 304-466-6040 Rhonda Willey 304-466-3591 after 4 p.m. or Adam Merrill at 304-466-2659 leave message Paid Political Advertising VOTE FOR JEFF LYON For your next Summers County Commissioner A business owner of All Brands Appliance Service for the past 13 years. I have built my business from the ground up. I am a resident of Pipestem and have been for the past 50 years. I know the people, I know the community and Summers County. My wife and I have chosen to live in Summers County because we love it here. It is a beautiful place and we can make it better. I ask everyone to go out and VOTE November 6th. Thank you, Jeff Lyon Pal. ad paid by Jeff Lyon ' Paid Political Advertising Re-Elect for Sheriff Edward "Ed" Dolphin Experienced Dedicated Accountable Pal. ad paid by Ed Dolphin JEFF PRITT FOR HOUSE OF DELEGATES Our region faces a number of challenges in the future and it is critically important that we elect legislators who can make fair. balanced and reasonable decisions regarding the many and varied issues that lle ahead. My experience farmer, small business owner a:n attorney affords me the perspective necessary to make the r=ght choices on behalf of the citizens of Summers County. Thank you for making me the leading vote-gefler in the primary election. I hope you will continue to support me as it would be my privilege to represent this district and the people who live here. I ENDORSEMENTS: WV AFL-CIO, AFT-WV, WV State Building and Const. Trades Council, UMWA, WV Regional Council of Carpenters, Operators Political Ecl. Comm.. Southeastern Labor Council, Communications Workers of America, United Steelworkers, WV Assoc. for Justice, Monroe Co. Ed. Assoc., WVEA, WV Bankers Association, Employee and Consumer Rights Alliance, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, N ational Assoc. of Social Workers, WV Nurses Assoc., the Honorable Virginia Mahan, the Honorable Mary Pearl Campion and the Honorable Gerald L. Crosier. PAID FOR BY THE COMMITrEE TO ELECT JEFF PRITT 2012