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Wednesday, July 13, 2011-Kingwood, WV-PRESTON COUNTY JOURNAL-9 8 88 8 8 88 8 88 8 888 8 Older 4-H Camp held Delaware Tribe ReCur news by Kim Felton Officers installed The Rowlesburg Lions Club met June 28 at the VFW. Fol- lowing the dinner served by the Auxiliary, Zone Chairman Rob- ert Sypolt installed the follow- ing officers: Presiderit, Roger Riggs; Fist Vice President Eugene Wilt, Second Vice- Presdent. Terry Wotring; Third Vice-President. Warren Hare; Secretary, P.L. Grimm: Treasur- er, Delores Riggs; Membership, Bonnie Hemerick: Tail Twister, Robert Hemerick; Board of Di- rectors, Tom Smell and Walter Burke. Members and guests attend- ing were Roger, Carolyn, and Heather Riggs, P. L. Grimm, Lucille Grimm. Paul and De- lores Riggs, Darrell and Gloria Dean, Sam and Esther Sanders Sandra Wales. Ed and Helen Edmunds, Anna Nassif, Bob and Bonnie Hemerick. Robert Class of 1943 held a 68th Class Reunion at Melanie's Family Restaurant. Aurora. Classmates attending were Helen L. Bolyard Garrett. Spen- cer. Virginia Knotts Wolfe, Keyser, Wanda J. Everly Wiles. Ruth Funk Tichnell, Rowles- burg, William Bolyard, Freder- ick, MD. Guests attending were John Bolyard, Frederick, MD, Don Wolfe and Jack and Donna At- kinson. Keyser. William Bolyard gave gifts to all the ladies. The class plans to meet again next year for their 69th Reunion. Farmer's Market Will you have produce to sell at a Farmer's Market in Row- lesburg or breads, jellies, crafts. fruit or other items? WVFMNA can be accepted on edible food. Please contact Chris at 304-454-9698. Dee at 304-454-2038. or Roxanne at A group of 64 Preston County 4-Hers were at 4-H Camp last week for their annual summer experience. Campers arrived on Sunday, July 4, and in spite of the rainy start as they arrived, were able to take part in numerous educa- tional classes, recreational and sports programs. The theme for the Older camp was Kamp Karneval and as al- ways, camp ended with the Fri- day Night Council Circle. 4-H Agent David Hartley said the group included two ex- change campers, noth from Tay- lor County. Highlights of the week included the dedication of a new basketball court, and sci- ence experiments organized by Hartley. A drive-in movie was also planned. Camp leadership of course included the Chiefs and Saga- mores chosen for the four tribes. The Delawares were led by Chief Dora Zuchowski. Sags were Emma Clarkson and Dil- lan Bowers. The Cherokee Chief was Sarah Street, Sags were Sarah Dun- away and Laura Plum. The Mingo tribe was led by Megan Castell and her Sags were Toby Bolyard and Megan Riley, The Seneca's Chief was Kara Cherokee Tribe Cobun. Her Sags were Jessica Engels and Marty Borror. Hartley said camp has evolved a lot since he first attended, as a member, but stressed the feeling of unity has remained the same. Older campers can move from the younger camp as eighth graders and members are eli- gible to attend until they are 21. Many county youth also attend Alpha I Alpha I1 and Older Members Conference (OMC), all state camps held at Jackson's Mill. This week provides a short break for camp staff before younger members, whose ages range from eight to pre-teen will begin on Sunday, July 17. The theme for younger camp will be "Down on the Farm." Sypolt, Rev. Roy Mick, Warren Hare, Norma Dowling, Marga- ret Schollar, Walter and Cath- erine Burke, and Ron Sines. The annual family picnic will be held August 9 at Rowlesburg Park. Reunion held : The Rowlesburg High School Vaiiey news by Alice Jean McKinney Events scheduled The Masontown United Meth- odist Church will hold Vacation Bible School from 6-8 p.m., on July 18. There will be music, a lesson, crafts, games and food. Classes are available for ages through 5th grade. All are wel- come to attend and enjoy the evening The Masontown United Meth- odist Church will hold will host its second movie night from 7-9 p.m. on July 29. The movie is a Christian movie and the title will be listed in a later paper. Refreshments will be available and you may bring your own chair for more comfort. ?1 ?1 r 1 I FOil iU',NI I 11 , 1 0 I ] office space in Kingwood. iNew lighting & freshly painted. I ' ''" ".'9(lh. " 9 " [ $1JZl[ *$.J 1 .., I m, 3 Bedroom Kingwood Apartment $435 month plus utilities Call 301-387-8060 Act Fast Showing Soon 304-454-9506. Set up on Sat- oT   m.lGi caT   urday's from 10 a.m. until noon ,)1 during productive season at the Szilagyi Center. 'q Superior rating earned iwoo; Ou---ipatien-00 BauerFinancial, C LC4al  l''' according .to Karen L. Gables. FIod/. fle:tio's 'Doay, ,president of the re- search firm. "Suffice it to say with its impressive capital lev- els. an enviable loan portfolio and low delinquent loan levels. 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