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8 - Hinton News Tues. April 20, 1999 Community Bulletin Board MEMBERSHIP DRIVE The Summers County Convention & Visitors Bureau 1999 membership drive is underway. Any business wishing to join the CVB membership may do so by calling 466-5420. Fee is $25 per listing for all businesses except lodging which is $35 per listing. Members will have their business information placed on the CVB Website, listed in the Visitors Guide, and will have Free QUILT SHOW Mountain Heritage Quilters' Guild of Southern W. VA. presents Bicentennial Quilt Show 1799-1999 "Monroe County Quilts, A Living Tradition" on Apr. 24th. from 9:00 A. M. to 7:00 P.M. and April 25th. from 10:00 A. M. to 3:00 P.M. The show will be held at the James Monroe High School at Lindside. There will be old quilts, new brochure distribution at Pipestem, quilts, commemorative quilts, Bluestone And both Visitor Center' vendors, door prizes and locations. Deadline is April 30. Summers County Community Wellness Center Weekly Activities April 20 through April 26 Tuesday 9:00 - noon - Exercise Machines. 6:00 - 9:00 PM - Veterans Upward Bound. Wednesday 9:00 - noon - Exercise Machine. 1:30 PM - Chair Exercise at Summers Landing. 4:00 - 5:30 - Aerobics with Melissa. 6:00- 9:00 - Veterans Upward Bound. Thursday 9:00-noon -Exercise Machines. 5 and 7 PM - American Heritage. Friday 9:00 - noon - Exercise Machines. Saturday 8:00-11:00 AM Exercise with Linda. Monday 9:00-12 noon - Exercise Machines. 1:30 PM - Chair Exercise at Hinton House. 6:00-9:00 PM - Veterans Upward Bound. HEALTH TIP OF THE WEEK: No Pain, No Gainl It's easy to get discouraged when starting your new exercise program when all you can feel are sore muscles. ARer the first few weeks your muscles will adjust and begin to build with less pain. Follow these three simple steps to be pain free (almost)! *Always be sure to warm up your cold muscles with a light cardio movement such as the stationary bike for at least 10 minutes. *Stretch your muscles aRer your workout when your muscles are warm and pliable. This helps with not only your flexibility but stiffnesS. *Soak in a hot tub or hot bath after a good long workout. This is both relaxing and will ease those sore muscles. - From A HEALTHIER YOU -- March 1999 refreshments also available. Pipestem Drive-In 384-7382 411 Family Resource Center Calendar Week of April 19 Day Care Facility: weekdays 8:00am - 5:30pm. After School Programs (Elementary) Central Baptist Church: weekdays 3:30 - 5:30pro. Talcott Family Resource Center: weekdays 3:30 - 5:30pm. Hinton Area Elementary: weekdays 3:30 - 5:30pro. After School Program (Middle School) Family Resource Center Computer Club: Tues. & Thurs. 3:30 - 5:30pro. Talcott Family Resource Center (next to Talcott Elementary School) After School Program, fax/copier, computer, building available for public use, Job Service Applications, Day Care Applications, Flexible Funding Applications. Monday: 11:00 - 3:30; Tuesday: 2:30 - 3:30; Wed., Thurs., & Friday 11:00 - 5:30pro. Thursday JoAnn Miller from Starting Points will be at the Talcott FRC to assist people who want information on services for young children in Summers County. Art Classes (cottage behind Family Resource Center) Thurs. lpm (adults). 4pro (children). 5:15pm (teens & adults). Friday lpm tale painting. Parent Support Group at the Family Resource Center: Thursday, April 22 at 5pro. America Reads Tree Planting at Bellepoint Park: Saturday, April 24. NEED A CHIROPRACTOR? Call 466-3696 in Hinton Insurance cases accepted RAMP DINNER The 42rid. annual Williamsburg ramp dinner will be held at the elementary school on Saturday, May GOSPEL SING Jt.  .:6.1).m. Adm'mion for Gospel sing l d M,y  ad,| il   dre !2 e;nd at 6:00 p. m. at Chestnut Mountain Missionary Baptist Church at Hix. Everyone welcome. TAKING APPLICATIONS The Summers County School of Practical Nursing will be taking applications for a September 1999 Class until June Ist. To obtain an application packet, call 466-6040 and leave your name and mailing address or you can pick up a packet at Summers County High School. All classes will be made available without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, age, handicap, sex, or political ation in accordance with Federal Law. under is $3. The menu consists of cooked and raw ramps, ham, slaw, buttered brown potatoes, homemade bread, pones, cakes, and milk, buttermilk, iced tea and sassafras tea. This event is sponsored by the Willianmburg Community. CASE GARDEN SEED PROGRAM CASE of West Virginia will begin taking applications for garden seed beginning April 20th. Applications will be taken from 9:00am to 2:00pro. Monday - Friday at the CASE office on Grace Street. Applicants must have income verification and be within 125% of OMB Poverty Guidelines to be served. Seeds will be limited and will be given out on a first-come-first- serve basis. If you have questions please call 466-5010 for more information. REAL SERVIG FROM REAL PEOPLE. REGINA GWINN ECKLE 211 Plemmnt St., Hlnton Phone 4(m.ao  Lik a good nei#kbor, State Farm is there, e " Letter to the Editor Servants Of Corruption r (2 Peter 2:19) KJB Dear Editor: The Good News Bible (GNB) also known as Today's English Version (TEV) is another example of the Modern Versions and perversions. 1) The GNB questions the Virgin Birth of Christ by removing the tprophecy of His Virgin Birth in Isaiah 7:14 (KJB) - a virgin shall conceive.(GNB) - a young woman will have a son. 2) The GNB questions the Eternal pre-Existence of Christ by tampering with Micah 5:2 and removing the word everlastinq; (KJB) --from everlasting (GNB) - from ancient times 3) The GNB omits Christ's title, Son of God in John 9:35. (KJB) Son of God (GNB) Son of Man This clear reference to our Lord's unique sonship is destroyed by the GNB. 4) The GNB rejects the reference to our Lord's Incarnation in 1st Timothy 3:16.(KJB) - God was manifest in the flesh. (GNB) - He appeared in human form. 5) The GNB replaces references to Christ's Blood with death. Many of the numerous passages which speak of the Blood of Christ.(ist Peter I: 18-19) - Without which there is no redemption, are mutilated, by the GNB. Example: Ephesians 1:7 (KJB) In whom we have redemption through His blood. (GNB) - For by the death of Christ we are set free. 1st Peter 1:18-19 " (KJB) - But with the precious blood of Christ. (GNB) - By the costly sacrifice of Christ. In fourteen other places which speak of the Lord Jesus Christ, blood has been removed in the GNB and has been replaced with death or sacrifice. Therefore, because of the above facts the GNB presents another Christ, not the Christ of the Bible, the only begotten of the Father, the Virgin-born Son of God, God Manifest in the flesh, the Second person of the Trinity. Important: The GNB eliminates the vital doctrine of redemption through the Blood of the Lamb, to present a bloodless and false Gospel. Therefore, the GNB is a corrupt version. Louie A. Cordova (1st Car 15:58 KJB) Kiera Dominique Crawford Birth Announced Alicia and Chip Crawford of Hinton, announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Kiera Dominique Crawford. Kiera was born on March 25, 1999 at 9:14 p. m. at Princeton Community Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds and 1/2 ounce. Kiera's grandparents are Connie Bynog, Roger Crawford Sr. and Vicki and Wayne Caul, all of Hinton. i I i i i Marie Ruritan Club Annual Chicken- Starting Points Holds Winter Carnival The Summers County Starting Points Program held a "Winter Information Carnival" on Saturday, March 20th., at the Hinton Area Elementary School. The carnival provided information on services both in the county and state wide that may be beneficial to area families. Karen McBride, Nutrition Specialist From Hinton Area Elementary School provided nutrition information and healthy snacks for all those who attended. Gai.l Ronat and Cadet Troop 95 provided entertainment for the children and awarded prizes. Riverside Floral donated a lovely silk Spring flower arrangement for the door prize which was won by Teresa Legg. There were a total of 46 participants in the event. Starting Points would like to thank all those who attended, Kay Westfall, Cadet Troop 95, Gall Ronat and all the area businesses who donated items. REVIVAL MEETING Revival meeting at Sandstone Baptist Church May 3rd. thru 7th. at 7:00 P.M. nightly. Guest speaker will be Pastor Else Allen, Pastor of Chestnut Grove Baptist Church. Pastor Eddie Johnson and congregation invites everyone to attend. ANNOUNCING Multi-Test Blood Screening will be held Saturday, May 1st. 7:00 a. m. to 10:30 a.m. in the Summers County ARH Hospital Cardiac Rehabilitation Clinic (behind 2nd. floor elevator). Co-sponsored by Hinton Business and Professional Women. SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY Summers County Solid Waste Authority meets on the 3rd. Monday of each month at 4:30 p. m. at 211 Ballengee St., Hinton. 466-0695. Everyone welcome to attend. Doug's First Movie GOSPEL SINGING Gospel singing will be he at* Mary Jane Church on Streeter R1ad onApri124th, at 7:00 o'clock. Singers will b Reed Family, Mary Williams, and Happy Travelers. Everyone is welcome. Pastor Larry Bolen. RAMP DINNER The annual Ramp Dinner at Talcott Fire Dept. will be held April 17th. from 12:00 - 5:00. The cost is $6.00 for adults and $2.50 for children. Carry out available. D,.V. MEETINGS D.A.V. meets every 2nd. Tuesday, 7 pm at Summers County Memorial Building. Adm. Frl. . Sat. $4.00 Children up to 10 - $1.00 Ads. Sun. $8.00 a Car Load Flea Market every Sun. I Payback Rated R PLUS Varsity Blues Rated R ' Three Rivers Arts Council 3rd Annual Sponsored  Poetry Reading dk High School Poetry Contest April 30th at 7 pm Rivertowne Inn, 315 second Avenue, Hinton, WV Cash Prizes: 1st $50.00: 2nd $25.00: 3rd $10.00. All Summers County High School Students are eligible. Contacts: High School Students- Lena Jane Jones (deadline--April 21, 1999)Interested Poets: Patti Crawford (466-5618 after 6 pm) Coffee and Refreshments to be sold. Ham Dinner April 24, 1999 4:00 p. m. to 7:00 p. m. Adults $7.50 Children $3.50 #tarle Friendship Club will have crall00 fer sale. i ii I II Alaska,. and C00nada's Yukon July lO-Augost 8, 1999 Aiaskal Her Seas are filled with History. Her Lands, a wondmas tale that never ends. A Land so Vast R defies description, so R'nant/c R defies Comparison; and so Utterly Magical it defies Reasonl! Come to Alaska with us and dl'over th Great Land - from the waters of the Inside Passage to the Wide Open Interior - with it's Incredible Wildlife end Warm, Friendly People who know and love this Beautiful ;ate. From our Dduxe Motorcoadt we Travel In Complete Comfort and Style. Cor-vm with us and Discover this 8pedal Part of the World in "The Entire Tour Is by Motomoach except for s 32 hour Ferry Ride through the Beautiful  Paseage of Alaska. We enter Canada at the Eastern edge of North Dakota and return through The Canadian Rockies. Price Indud Roundh4p Motorcoach Transpo,'tation, All Hotel/Motel ,   Admmh)n to NI , Feny Fees through iuside Passage (induding Cabins on Ferry), Tundra and Wildlife Tour in Denali Park, Glacier Cruise on Prince William Sound, RJverboat Disoverj Tour and Saknon Bake In Fsirbanka and The 8ewlces of a Tour Dtradur for the Entire Tour. We have successfully conducted tide Motorcoach Tour each year for the past =NM=M.een year=. Call now for a complete day by day IUnerary. FAMILY 00IGHT Every Wednesday M. - Close Eat In or Carry ,Out LARGE ONE TOPPING $5.99 LARGE SUPREME (SIX TOPPINGS) $9 99 SUNSHINE TOURS @ " . 44.30  Boulevard P. O, Box 2149 Dublin. VA 24O84 Pitcher Soft Beverage $1.49 Large Soft Beverage .35 (soft Beverages Eat In Only) For.ldaa information on This Tour, Resse Ca, Toll Free: Toppings Extra Free Refills Do Not Apply Offer Good Wednesday Nigh Only 1-800-552-0022 Hinton Location Only, St. Rt. 107 Phone 466-0245 Inc. ann AFt Riv dive eco pla f