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! i Donated _ Loaves o. :Many of our local students will have a new favorite book very soon. The Way To Go and My Favorite B'o'~k, beautifully illustrated volumes expressive of moral values, are being made available in certain local schools as a gift to first grade through 10 years olds by local business leaders who are concerned about the future of our children. A copy of the volume goes home with the child to become his or her very own. Printed in these books is a Parent Guide explaining the values covered in the book along with suggested topics for family discussions. With My Favorite Book extra copies of the book are given to the school along with access tO an interactive Web site. incorporating the themes of the volume. Without the support of local community leaders this programs would not be possible. The schools involved are: Hinton Area E/S, Hinton E/S. Sponsors are: Nationwide Insurance-Ann Gore Agent, Lowell Market, Big Four Drug Store, Kirk's Restaurant, Jarrell's Exxon, First Century Bank, The Sandman Hotel & DQ of Hinton, Twin State Salon Supply, Kirk's Market, Summers County ARH. NEED GROCERY BAGS Loaves and Fishes Thrift Store and Food Pantry is in need of used clean plastic grocery bags. Please drop them off during our business hours, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. We are located at 207 Temple St. in downtown Hinton. A beaver can hold about 45 minutes. its breath for Loaves and Fishes has received $2,105 in donations towards its 2012-2013 fundraising appeal. We are hopeful we will soon reach their goal. The annual fundraising appeal helps I,oaves and Fishes provide an array of services in Summers County. They include a summer camp, emergency food and utility assistance, thrift store, and a garden project. All funds are fully tax- deductible and are restricted to helping persons in Summers County. All donors giving $50 or more receive a 2013 Wolf Creek calendar. Those wishing to make cnotributions may send them to Loaves and Fishes, P. 0. Box 56, Hinton, WV 25951 or bring them by the 207 Temple Street storefront during regular business hours (Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.). Recent donors include: Ken and Debra Sullivan, Torula Chanlett Avery and Chris Chanlett, Margaret Nelson, Margaret Upton, Louise Gibbs, Pete and Judy Peterson. Thrift comes too late when you find it at the bottom of your purse. --Seneca LAMP ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM Do you need a GED? Do you need to brush up on your math or reading skills? LAMP Adult Education is here for you! Every Friday from 1:00 to 4:00, we will have an open house on the third floor of the Summers County Public Library. During this time, LAMP staff will answer questions about enrolling in and attending an adult education program, the GED test, and how we can help you with your career or education goals. Let us help you e'xplore, plan, and reach your goals for a better life. All materials and tutoring are provided free of charge. For more information, call Evelyn or Shalom at 466-4490 or stop in on Friday afternoons. Mon. & Tue.: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wed.: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Thurs.: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. e Manchin Statement on Conversation With President Obama Washington, D.C. - Senator participate because I know tna~ Manchin issued the following their hearts are aching for the statement after the President of the families in Newtown, just like all United States called him. Americans. "The President called me this"To have a productive dialogue, afternoon. We agree that as we alsoReed toaddress anumber of Americans and parents, all of our critical issues, including our mental children belong to all of us - and we health system, safety in our schools must work together to keep our and a media and entertainment precious children safe. culture that glorifies unspeakable "I believe that we must have a violence. dialogue and bring parties from all "What I have learned since sides to the table. I know my friends coming to Washington is that there at the NRA and those who support are some who will vilify you for being our Second Amendment rights will open to a conversation with anyone HEALTH DEPT. SCHEDULE you might not agree with. That's Dec. 24 - Closed For Christmas wrong - as Americans, we all need to sit down and have a serious, adult Eve. conversation about the best actions Dec. 25 - Closed For Christmas. to move forward. The deaths of these Dec. 31- Closed in afternoon from children demand that each and 1-4 p.m. for New Year's Eve. every one of us in Washington and Jan., 1 - Closed for New Year's the United States be willing to talk Day with each other." Jan. 10 - Women's Clinic, call for CANDLELIGHT SERVICE an appt. Jan. 15 - Food School 9 a.m. and Central Baptist Church Candle 2 p.m. Please come early to complete Light Christmas Eve Service will be paper work and TB skin test if held at6:O0p.m. Monday, December needed. Mondays and Wednesdays 24. Everyone invited. are our nursing service clays from 8 SERVICES -4 p.m. If you have any questions, The 2nd. Baptist Church of call 304-466-3388. Talcott Church services are held every 1st. and 3rd. Sunday at 11:00 BENEFIT DINNER a.m. with Rev. Gerry Bradford A Benefit Dinner for Ellery and officiating. Sunday School is every Donna Wykle will be held at the Oak Sunday at 10:00 a.m. Grove Methodist Church on Friday, The community is invited to December 28 from 3:00 to 7:00. attend. Contact Ms. Kenni Pierce for information at 304-466-4618. Tues. Dec. 25, 2012 Hinton News - 11 (NAPS)--Parents whose chil- dren have sensory processing dis- order may be relieved to know that effective treatment is available. The Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation provides information to parents, physicians and educa- tors at and (303) 794-1182. Influenza vaccination is recom- mended by the Centers for Dis- ease Control and Prevention (CDC) for everyone 6 months of age and older. For more informa- tion, visit Faces of Influenza, an educational campaign of the American Lung Association, made possible through a collaboration with Sanofi Pasteur, at www.faces *** Whether you're looking to gain health or lose weight, the food you'll want to have more of is the kind fl -~!Y!:= il i i : ~ I ' / that's full of fiber. You can find facts about fiber and its beneficial effects at Medicare and Medicare Advan- tage, the private sector Medicare option, can help people prepare for a healthy future. Once boomers and beneficiaries understand the Medicare options availabte~to them, they can visit the websites of specific health plans Summers County Mattress Depot ' 20% OFF Mattresses, new Bedroom Sets & Living Room Set . QUEEN 11" DOUBLE SIDED MATTRESS.,..ONL Y $417.00 SET ..... , Warehouse Prices, Double Sided. Made in WV Several Styles plus isotonic Foam & PiJlow.Top New end Used Furniture, Antiques and Uniques : , Open Varied Hours or By Appt, Just Call Hours: Tues.. Sat. 10 am- 5 prn. Visa & MasterCard Accepted Layaway .... i!ii wwW, h Savings! "Yoor Full-Service Service Station" 466-0133 For Pay Atthe Pump Gas & Diesel Fuel FREE MOUNT ; FREEBALANCE : FREE TIRE VALVE$ Head Mechanic Tim Ward Mechanics: Johnny Reel BRAKE SPECIAL: FRONT PADS ONLY LIFE TIME WARRANTY WEAREVER GOLD $69.95 WAGNER $79.95 COMPUTER SCAN We're drivers too. Birds Eye Voila Ken's Sala~ Mini Pea~FJ Pi~ate~s ~t~et Meal Dressi~ Carrots Booty ::~ii~q ~ :~:!:-.C:; :~: ~,~ ;.:;?~ ~:?.;~. ~.~ -~,~ ~ ~...~,0,; Goody I:@ Handi-foil Touch Kitchen 2013 A~cessodem F~ilw~e Gadgets Calend~ Copyright 201:2,. Items & prices good inKm~r Mid-Attend,Visit ~Llr websit~ a,t Hinton tttro~o]l We rese.,nte the eight www.krogerzom Saturday, December 29, 2012 ~m~l q~a~tles, f~ addltio~zd :Savtr}gs. ~e sold to deaters~ 9 -20