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Tues. Dec. 12, 2017 Hinton News - 5 (NAPS)--The Saver's Credit--a lit- Summers Middle School Summers Middle. School tie-known tax credit made available by the IRS to eligible taxpayers--could Bobcats 201,7-2018 Lady Bobcats 2017-2018 make saving for retirement more afford- able than you think, says Catherine Col- Nov 29.- l~rinceton, 7th & 8th linson, president of nonprofit Transamer- Nov. 29- Prineeten,7th & 8th Home, 5:30 ica Center for Retirement Studies'. Learn Away, 5:30 & 7:00 Dec. 4 -Peterstown, 7th & 8th more at Dec. 4- Peterstown, 7th& 8th Away, 6:00 & 7:30 Away, 6:00 Dec. 5-Mountain View, 7th and Dec. 5- Mountain view, 7 & 8t8th Away, 5:00 By Dan Hey•an sites, and Huntington. Away, 5:00 Girls 8th grade and Boy• JV/ Charleston, W.Va. - Protesters are The fear m that without networkAjit Pal, who was appointed FCC (Girls 8th erade and Boys ,IV/ .... Varsity gathering in hundreds of cities and neutrality, without that protection, chairman by President Donald Varsity) Dec. 12-Valley-Fayette,8thAway, Lowns across the nation beginning the Internet service providers will Trump, says the market will curb Dec. 12- Valley, 8th Away, 7:30 6:00 Thursday to show support for a free have more power to charge you more any abuses. Dec. 16- Rogers Oil Classic, - SC Dee. 16- Rogers Oil and open Internet. to access certain sites or certain But Mitchell notes that in many HS 7 & 8 Home,10:00 & 11:30 Classie,(Western Greenbrier) 7th & The Federal Communications services," he points out. towns, big lnternet service providers For over 40 years, 1-8O0-Flowers has Dec. 20-Princetola, 7th&8th 8thHome, 1:00&2:30 CommisSion will vote next "Historically, the exampleis that you have a near monopoly, helped make Valentine~ a success, with Home, 5:30 & 7:00 Dec. 20- Princeton, 7th & 8th Thursday, Dec. 14 on whether to lift might get charged more to use Most Americans only have one gorgeous bouquets, decadent chocolates, Dec. 30- Eastern Greenbrier, Away, 5:30 & 6:30 rules that keep Internet service Netflix." • choice in high quality Internet cuddly teddy bears, romantic keepsakes 7th & 8th Home, 11:00 & 12:30Dec. 30 -Eastern Greenbrier, Providers from offering faster speeds Large Internet providers haveaccess," he points out. "Beyond that, flowers and gifts, call 1-800-FLOWERS, go Jan. 3- Valley-Fayette, 7th & 8th andmore. For these andother trulyoriginal Jan. 3- Valley, 8th Home, 7:30 7th & 8th Home, 2:00 & 3:30 tosites that can afford to pay higher promised to be fair and keep they have to either take a lower Jan. 4-Montcalm, 7th & 8th to or visit a nearby Home, 6:00 & 7:30 fees, which would put small business consumers' best interests in mind• quality service option or move."store. Find one at Away, 6:00 and nonprofit websites at a big But Mitchell worries provi~l~,rs In more than 30 states, local com. Jan. 8-Peterstown, 7th & 8th Jan. 4-Montcalm@SCHS, 8th disadvantage, could slow down connection speeds authorities have taken the matter Most Americans may be surprised Away, 6:00 Home, 6:00 & 7:30 'Christopher Mitchell, director of for website owners that don't pay into their own hands, organizingto learn that such songs as "Day-O:' Jan. 10- Mtn. View/Varsity Girls/ Jan. 8- Peterstown, 7th & 8th the Community • 'Broadband higher fees, thus driving viewers to municipal companies that compete"lamaica Farewell" and "Island in the JV & Varsity Boys 7th & 8th Home, 6:00 & 7:30 Networks Initiative ~or the Institute other, faster sites, witJt the big ISPs but are required Sun" were composed by the same man Home, 5:00 Jan. 10- Mountain View, Girls 8th for Local Self-Reliance, says Find out more about loeal protests t-,,po~*o~n*r.opublicinterestand ,,,h......te the Barbados national an- Jan. 1~-EasternGreenbrier, gradeandBoy~ffVNarsity providers might start partitioning at, seek to offer reasonably priced high them, Irving Burgle. For further facts 7th Away, 2:00 & 3:30 7 & 8 Home, 5:00 off the Internet with packages that Four protests are planned in West speed Internet. and to hear some of his music, go to Jan. 17- Western Greenbrier, Jan. 13- Eastern Greenbrier, only give people access to specific Virginia, including in Charleston 7th & 8th Away, 6:00 7th & 8th Away, 11:00 & 12:30 For many millennials, tax filing is Jan. 25- Pikeview, 7th & 8th Jan. 16-Western Greenbrier, complicated by the "gig economy" For- Away, 6:00 & 7:30 7th & 8tAway, 6:00 & 7:30 tunately, an enrolled agent (EA) can works help. They're licensed by the Depart- Feb. 5-Pikeview, 7th& 8th Jan. 25- Pikeview, 7th & 8th PP' • ~ ment of the Treasury and overseen by Home, 6:00 & 7:30 Home, 6:00 & 7:30 the IRS. To find one nearby, use the Feb. 8 Montcalm 7tn & 8th Feb. 5- Pikeview, 7 & 8th Away, • • "Find a Tax Expert" directory on www. Home 6:00 6:00 & 7:30 9 Feb 19- Bluegrass Conference 7th Feb. 8- Montcalm 8th:Away, 6:00 RedFlint offers individuals and Grade 7th Home TBA Feb. 12 Bluegrass Conf. tips and • to ° • ° t~l~l businesses the ability to demo some Feb. 20 Tournament Tournament 7th Peterstown, TBA of the latest technology to aid work- Feb. 21- Bluegrass Conference Feb. 15 Bluegrass Conf. place innovation. Technology show- 8th Grade Tournament 8th Tournament 8th, Mountain View cases include online analytics and data Away, TBA TBA visualization tools Plotly and Tableau, Head Coach: Jason Massie Head Coach: Kim Cox Whilemost of us connect the in 2015 (behind Thanksgiving Day percent) of these home decoration immersive learning tool Toolwire, and Asst. Coach: Jason Stover holidays with Christmas trees, and the day before Thanksgiving, fires occurred in December. One fifth Double Robotics telepresence robots for Principla: Susie Hudson festive meals, flickering lights and which ranked first and second, (21 percent) of decoration fires telecommunication. Asst. Principal: Chris Vicars Principal: Susie Hudson Asst. other decorations, far fewer of us respectively.) On Christmas Day in started in the kitchen; one in seven The new Honda VersAttach" Multi- Athletic Director: Kathy Blevins Principal: Chris Vicars associate these holiday hallmarks 2015, there was a 72 percent started in the living room, family Purpose System pairs best-in-class Hen- Athletic Director: Kathy Blevins with potential fire hazards, increase in the number of home room or den. da engines with six optional attachments. However, holiday decorations,cooking fires as compared to a "Project Holiday" offers a wealth A SureLocTM joint-locking system lets you Summers County Christmas trees, candles and typical day. of holiday fire safety tips and click and twist the attachments easily cooking all contribute to an Christmas trees: Christmas tree information for consumers, along and securely into the shaft. Learn more Lady Bobcats Baskotba|| increased number of home fires fires are not common, but when they with tools and resources for local fire at, West Virginia "AA~ State corn,, during December, making it one of do occur, they're much more likely departments to promote the, www.facebook. Champions $©hoduno the leading months for U.S. home to be deadly than most other fires, campaign in their communities,comlHondaPowerEquipment and www. 1988, 1992, 1994, 2000, 2007, fires. One of every 32 reported home For this release and other 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 To help everyone enjoy a fire safe Christmas tree fires results in a announcements about NFPA The Finish Your Diploma campaign State Runner-up 1989, 2006Date Opponent Site Time holiday season, the National Fire death, compared to an annual initiatives, research and resources, has helped more than 900,000 adults find Dec. 6 Pike~'iew Away 7:30 Protection Association (NFPA) is average of one death per 143 please visit the NFPA press room. free adult education classes so they can 2017-2018 Basketball Schedule Dec. 12 Valley-Fayetto Home launching its annual "Projectreported home fires. About the National Fire complete their high school education. Nov. 30 Midland Trail, H o m e, 7:30 Holiday" campaign, which works to Candles: December is the peakProtection Association (NFPA) You can find free adult education class- 7:30 Dec. 14 Liberty (Raleigh) Home educate the public about potential time of year for home candle fires. Founded in 1896, NFPA is a global, es by visiting www.FinishYourDiploma. Dec. 8 James Monroe~ A w a y, 7:30 , ~ ~. • " " • "'~ " ."'~ ~ ~,, ..... ~ ~’ , '. ~ , '7 ~ ? ,'"'," """ • fire rm~L~k~ng ~~,,the ~pthree da~,fi f~ c~e nonprofit"organizatibn dev,ote~ to org .... ........... 7!30.... ' .......... ' ........... ehmmatmg c~eath, inJUry, property ]b leanlnbOut optimizing your small B37Rfiowingwher~"potentialfite ',Years Day and New'Years Eve. and economic loss due to fire,business with cloud technology, visitthe Dec. 15 Rogers Oil Tournament*, '730 ..................... • Microsoft Small Business Hub to down- " Home, 5:30 ~Dec. 21 Shady Spnng" Home• hazards exist and taking the needed More than half (55 percent) of the electrical and related hazards. The " load the free "Boost Your Business With Dec. 16 Rogers Oil Tournament*, 7:30 steps to prevent them, people can December home decoration fires association delivers information and New Technology" eGuide, focused on Home, 6:00 Jan. 3 James Monroe Away 7:30 enjoy the season's celebrations and were started by candles, compared knowledge through more than 300 helping you uncover new efficiencies Dec. 20 Bluefield, Away, 7:00 Jan. 5 Pikeview Home 7:30. traditions while keeping their to one third (32 percent) theconsensus codes and standards,and increased productivity through new Jan. 4 Montcalm, Home, 7:00 Jan. 9 GreenbrierW~tH o m e families, guests and homes safe," remainder of the year. research, training, education,technology It's at Jan. 10 Nicholas County, Away,7:30 said Lorraine Carli, vice president Holiday decorations: Between outreach and advocacy; and by From many different fruits and veg- 7:30 Jan. 12 Greater Beckley of NFPA's Outreach and Advocacy 2011 and 2015, U.S. fire partnering with others who share an etables, premium cheeses and crunchy Jan. 11 Charleston Catholic, Christian Home 7:30 division, departments responded to an interest in furthering the NFPA toppings to eight house-madedressings, Home, 7:30 Jan. 16 Montcalm Home 7:30 Following are NFPA's holidayaverage of 840 home fires per year mission. For more information, visit the Endless Garden Bar at Ruby Tuesday Jan. 13 Bluefield, Home, 7:30 Jan. 19 Fayetteville Away 7:30 related fire statistics: that began with decorations All NFPA codes and offers a variety of ways to build the best Jan. 15 Tucker County@ East Jan. 22 Midland Trail A w a y Holiday cooking: While cooking (excliading Christmas trees). These standards can be viewed online for salad for you. "Ib learn about the new Fairmont, Away, 9:00 7:30 fires are the leading cause of U.S. fires caused an annual average of free at Endless Garden Bar, visit newgardenbar. rubytuesdaycom. Jan. 18 Pikeview, Home, 7:30 Jan. 24 Mount View Home 7:30 home fires and injuries year round, two civilian deaths, 36 civilian Subscribe to NFPA RSS News feeds For many parents, when it comes Jan 20 Pocahontas County, Away, Jan 26 Greater Becklev Christian Christmas Day ranked as the third injuries and $11.4 million in direct to a quality education for their chil- 2:00 Awav 7:30 leading day for home cooking fires property damage. One fifth (19 dren, there's no place like home. For Jan. 24Princeton, Away, 7:30 Jan. 31 Greenbrier West Away information about homeschooling and Jan. 27 Clay County @ WV State, 7:30 • National School Choice Week events, Away, II:00 Feb. 2 Valley-FavetteAway 7:30 visit National School Choice Week, an Jan. 30 James Monroe, H o m e,Feb. 5 Shady Spring Away 7:30 independent public awareness effort, at 7:30 Feb. 7 Richwood Home 7:00 Feb. 1 Pikeview,Away, 7:30 Feb. 9 MontcalmAway 7:30 ' Feb. 6 Charleston Catholic, Away, Feb. 13 Mount View Away 7:30 "" 7:30 Feb. 20 James Monroe H o m e Strong reasons make strong actions. Feb. 8 Montcalm, Away, 7:30 7:30 --William**~ Shakespeare Feb. 9 Nicholas County, Home, Feb. 22 Riehwood Away 7:30 7:30 Feb. 23-Feb. 28 Sectional Lisa's School of Music, Dance & 5. What Child Is This- Baylee3. We Are Santa's Elves- Music Feb. 15 Princeton, Home, 7:30 Tournament TBA TBA Design Will Proudly Present Their Bentley Makers (Vocal Selection) Amelia NOTICE Feb. 16-24 S e c t i o n a 1 March 7 Regional Tournament Christmas Spectacular 2017 At The 6. The Snow Lay On The Ground- Romanello, Aria Meadows, Lieschen Do you have a diagnosis of breast Tournament, TBA TBA TBA TBA Ritz Theatre Digital Cinema and Gracie Mitchem & Penny Kosa Kula & Ralphie Romanello cancer or know someone who does? Feb 27-Mar. 1 R e g i o n a 1March 14-17 State Tournament Performing Arts in Downtown 7. Jingle Bells- "Music Makers"- 4. Santa Claus Is ComingTo Town Do you need a mammogram and Tournament, Away, TBA Away TBA Hinton, WV On Saturday, December Amelia Romanello, Aria Meadows, (Tap) Keira Hardy cannot afford one? Do you live in Mar. 7-10 State Tournament J.V. Games begin @ 5:30 16 at l:00pm. Dance, Piano & Voice Lieschen K.ula & Ralphie Romanello 5. Greensleeves (Ballet)- LoriSummers County? If the answer is Charleston Civic Center Away Head Coach: Robert Bowling Students Under The Direction of 8. Winter Wonderland- Lori Anglas yes Walk for Her Lifetime can help. TBA Asst. Coaches: Jarod Hartwell, Lisa Ann Colombo Will be Anglaa 6. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa We are an organization that offers Head Coach: Chad Meador Craig Cantrll Performing In Celebration Of The 9. Nuttin For Christmas- AbbyClause (Tap Song & Dance)- Adyson mammograms and financial aid to Asst. Coach: Rick Blevins Athletic Director: Kathy Blevins Christmas Season. Their Program Naik Carr, Brooklyn Cozort, Chandler those who have a diagnosis of breast Asst. Coach: Keri Hudson PrincioapL Karl Vicar Asst. Will Include: 10. O Little Town of Bethlehem- Crook, Lyllian Allen & Mckinley cancer. Support Staff: Matthew Principal:Al Hudgins Merry Christmas Everybody BraelynWard Gross It doesn't matter if you have Fleshman (Jazz)- 11. RockinAround The Christmas 7. Up On The Housetop (Tap)- insurance or not because we cover Principal: Karl Vicars Asst. Braelyn Ward, Chesney Bennett, Tree- Kyla Meadows Morgan Meador items most insurance does not. For Principal: A1 Hudgins & Ralph Romanello 12. Rudolph The Red Nose 8. Carol Of The Bells (Acre- more information call 304-288-9189 Athletic Director: Kathy Blevins H1 Be Home For Christmas (Jazz) Reindeer- Ava Meadows Lyrical)- Abby Naik or 304-575-7026• Lori Anglas Piano Selections 9. Noel (Lyrical)- Baylee Bentley, • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • a a • • • • • m All My Bells Are Ringing (Acre I. O Little Town Of Bethlehem- Candace Crawford, & Kyla • 1 l)o.'t Let flol ya Tu. Y Into A flri ch • Jazz)- Abby Naik & Reece Houchins Ralphie Romanello Meadows • ida r ou . ,,, Run Run Rudolph (Tap)- Gracie 2. Away In A Manger- Lieschen I0. I Want A Hippopotamus For • I Mitchem Kula Christmas (Tap Song & Dance)- • gaV Time, & Nongy When You gbip wb r$ You ghopI " Jingle Bell Rock (Tap) - Keira 3. O Come All Ye Faithful- Reece Amelia Romanello, Avia Meadows, • a Hardy & Morgan Meador Houchins Karis Ward, Lynnzie Farley, & • a The Reindeer Boogie (Jazz)- Katie 4. The First Noel- Baylee Bentley Ralphie Romanello • Big Four Drag Store, Inc. Jo Adkins, Stephanie Williams & 5. Jolly Old Saint Nicholas- 11. All I Want For Christmas • • a Tasha Naik Chesney Bennett (Acre Jazz)- Reece Houchins• 300 Teml)le St. H inton, WV 25951 a • a Baby It's Cold Outside (Jazz)- 6. Angels We Have Heard On 12. Lo, How A Rose EER • 466-2323 , " Baylee Bentley, Candace Crawford, High- Kyla Meadows Blooming (Ballet)-Gracie Mitchem s 304- • & Kyla Meadows~ ' 7. The Little Drummer Boy- 13. Boogie Woogie Santa Claus • M a O Christmas Tree/The First Noel TashaNaik (Tap)- Katie Jo Adkins, Stephenie ~ r |on.-Fri. 9AM-9PM Sat. 9A -6PM • We (Ballet Song&Danee)-Adysoncarr, 8. Joy To The World- Gracie Williams& Tasha Naik • Also Accept Drop Off Packages Brooklyn Cozort, Chandler Crook, Mitchem 14.Arabian Dance (Pas De Deux- • • • a Lyllian Allen, Mckinley Gross, 9. Jingle Bells-Braelyn Ward From TheNutCrackerBallet)-Kyla , FREE Package Tracking! • • • • • • • • • • • Amelia Romanello, Avia Meadows, 10. Up On The Housetop -Emma Meadows & Ryland Luikart • FREE Insurance O1l firs| • @ • Karis Ward, Lynnzie Farley & Angell 15. I'veGot MyLoveTo KeepMe • • Ralphie Romanello ii. Silent Night- NoahAngell Warm (Tap)- Braelyn Ward, • 00 Declared Value! @ • I Vocal Selections: 12. We Wish You A Merry' Chesney Bennett & Ralphie • ~t'rg Ship Via • the nex~ • • I. Lo How A Rose EER Blooming- Christmas- Greg Angell Romanello a• " @ lid • • Penny Kosa 13. Iql Be Home For Christmas- For More Inform~ation Visit • 2. The Little Drummer Boy- Trace Morgan Mclaughlin or • • UPS package • • Allman Dancers & Music Makers: contact Artistic Director Lisa • @ you ship at Otlr store • 1 3. Oh I Wish My Mom Would 1. The Man With The Bag (Tap)- Colombo @ 304-809-7088 • Expires 12:31,2017 • • I Ct~q.m ~ (.'u~m~r • i Marry Santa Claus- Tasha NaikBaylee Bentley & Kyla MeadowsTickets will be Available at the a Guaranteed On Time Delivery • • • 4. Santa Baby- Avia & Kyla 2. Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy door. Adults $8.001 Students $4.00 • n Meadows (Pointe) Candacecrawford "Cash OnlyEvent" •a Or Your Mollcv, Back @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ • • •a lllll nlUlllllll Ill llllllllllll ll•lnlll llllllllnlllnlll•••l