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Darwin and Karen Wolfe Open house will mark anniversary L. Darwin and Karen K. Wolfe of Fellowsville celebrated their 50th Wedding anniversary on June 10, 2011. They were mar- ried on June 10, 1961 by Rev. Berlon Butcher at the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, where they still attend regularly. Darwin is a graduate of West Virginia University and worked as a teacher, principal and direc- tor of personnel for the Preston County Board of Education. After he retired from the Board in 1989, be began his second ca- reer as a County Commissioner in Preston County, where he served for 16 years. Karen graduated from West Liberty State College and worked as a dental hygienist for various dentists, most recently for Dr. Lynnel Beanchesne, be- fore her retirement in 2001. In their retirement, they still enjoy traveling, camping and spending time with their chil- dren and grandchildren. Darwin and Karen are the par- ents of four children and their spouses: Michael and Patricia Wolfe, of Stilwell, KS; Tracey and Matthew Clarkson, of Fel- lowsville, Lorn and Shannon Wolfe, of Fellowsville; and Amy and Ricky Persons, of Youngsville, NC. They also have 11 grandchil- dren: Malissa and Ethan Wolfe, of Stillwell, KS; Emma and Bill Clarkson, of Fellowsville; Grant, Anna, Autumn and Ben- ton Wolfe, of Fellowsville; and Grace, Clay and Zoe Persons, of Youngsville, NC. Their family would like to in- vite all friends and neighbors to an open house in their honor from 2-5 p.m., Sunday, June 26, at the Fellowsville Firehall. No gifts please. Wednesday, June 22, 2011-Kingwood, WV-PRESTON COUNTY JOURNAL-5 Museum is open Arthurdale Heritage's museum complex will be open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday's through the end of October. A guided tour of five historic buildings showing the benefits of the 1934 New Deal homestead community project, championed by Eleanor Roosevelt is available. Admission is charged. A farm stand of local produce will also be available on Saturday's beginning on June 25. C-ommu n-N1V Thurs., June 23 The West Virginia Quilt Fes- tival will be held from June 23- 25 at the Summersville Arena and Conference Center. Sat., June 25 The Tunnelton Senior Center will host a yard and table sale from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Bring your own table and set up for free outside or pay $5 to set up inside with a furnished table. Food and refreshments available in- cluding biscuits and gravy, hot dogs, coffee and pop. Reserve a table by calling 304-568-2151, 304-568-2730, 304-568-2559 or 304-892-3234. A Longaberger Basket Bingo will be held at the King- wood Community Building. Doors open at noon and early birds begin at 1 p.m. Donation of $25 for 20 regular games and ,five special games. Extra pack- ets are $5. Over $3,000 in filled baskets and prizes. There will be door prizes, 50/50 drawings and raffles. Refreshments are also available. All proceeds benefit the Ray- mond Wolfe Center and Cath- olic Charities WV's Preston County Outreach Office. Tickets available at the Ray- mond Wolfe Center, Monroe's Restaurant, Foodland and Ace , Hardware in Kingwood. Tick- ets purchased early will be put in a drawing for WVU basket. Questions call 304-329-3644 or Michael or Doris at 304-864- 7378. Sun., June 26 The Rowlesburg VFW will be hosting an All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast from 8 a.m. Menu includes: sausage, gravy and biscuits, bacon, scrambled eggs, homefries, pancakes, buck- wheat cakes, corncakes, and or- ange juice. The cost is $8. Spon- sored by VFW Cannon Hill Post 3008 and Ladies Auxiliary. Award received On March 3 q, the Aflegany/Garrett County Social Work Cau- cus held their annual Social Work Month Luncheon. At that time, Sabrina Shaffer LCSW-C, a Preston County resident, was selected as their Social Worker of the year. On June 14, Shaffer along with her coworkers Monica Barnett and Sue Sines attended The Western Maryland AHEC awards Dinner. Shaffer received two proclamations from Senator Barbara Mikulski and Senator Ben Cardin. Shaffer is a licensed Certi- fied Social Worker Clinical at Garrett County Department at Social Services. She specializes in In-Home family services and Continuing Child Protective Services. Prior to her em- ployment with DSS she worked as a Mental Health Therapist at The Mental Health Center of Western Maryland, Her in Oakland. Ms. Shaffer was nominated for this award by her supervisor Larry Bruch. Now Accepting Applications Rent Based On Income 2 Bedroom Units Now Available! 1 8 2 Bedroom Units Rent: 1 BR $0-630 ' 2 BR $0-733 Office Hours: Mon- Fri 8:30 AM- 2:30 PM Alpine Village Apts. 500 Shaffer Ave., 1' Terra Alta ,,t,, u,og 789-6325  0ppo TDD-1-800-982-8771 Become A ' Foster Parent & Make A Difference Monthly Compensation Free Training Professional Support 2007 Volkswagen Passat 2.0T, Auto I McNEER, McMUNN AND L.C. HIGHLAND, VARNER, I Experienced Trial Attorneys [ James T. Dailey, Jr., I Mark E. Gaydos I Buddy Turner I Phone 329-0773 Toll Free 1-877-443-7609 I Offices next to the Preston County Courthouse I Personal Injury and Death- Commercial and Insurance Disputes I Real Estate - Taxation - Workplace and Employment Issues I Wills and Estates - Family LaW Rt. 281 Markleysburg, PA 724-329-5263