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The Preston County Journal
Kingwood, West Virginia
September 14, 2011     The Preston County Journal
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8-PRESTON COUNTY JOURNAL-Wednesday, September 14, 2011-Kingwood, WV We remember! Events were held in Preston County during the weekend to honor the first responders, vic- tims and families of the Sep- tember 11, 2001 attacks. Pictured left, a special "Mov- ies on the Lawn" event, "A Night to Remember" Septem- ber 11, 2001 Tribute, was held at the Preston County Inn Representatives from Camp Dawson spoke about the role of the National Guard, and Matt Borror discussed the roll of fire- fighters. The Kingwood Rotary dis- played a shelter box, and a trib- ute video was shown. Wrapping up the event was a showing of "The World Trade Center" starring Nicolas Cage. Canned or dry food donations were requested for admission with proceeds benefiting Food For Preston. Also during the weekend, the Preston County Commission invited the public to the Court- house Lawn for a 911 tribute. Pictured right, crowds gather, including representitives from local fire departments, ambu- lance squads and law enforce- ment, for a balloon release. Lesson featured Students in Debbie Plum's Tunnelton Denver classroom completed a project which included the entire student body in a celebration of first responders and their efforts in the 911 attack. Plum said she spoke to her classroom about the 10 year anniver. san/of September 11th from the perspective of the heroes. A poster was made by students and signed by the student body to present to the local herOes of the Tun- nelton Volunteer Fire Department as a thank you for keep the community safe and in memory of the 3,000 people who lost their lives during the 9/11 attack. ........ THANK +':::: ..... ................... Y O U ......... Perhaps you sent a lovely card or sat quietlyin  chair. Perhaps you sent a floral piece, If so we saw it there. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words, as any friend could say. Perhaps you were not there at all, just thought of us that day. Whatever you did to console our hearts, We thank you so much, whatever your part. We deeply appreciate everything everyone has done for us during this time of sorrow. A very special "thank you" to Hospice Care for their loving support, especially Regina and Debbie; Dr. Mike Schwarzenberg for all his care of our mother and to the ladies and gentlemen of Mt. View United Methodist .,+ .... Chch fr the wonderf .! dinner ..... + .... The West Virginia Mountaineers Ha+ve A New Home! On 96.7 K-Country Preston ...... County's #1 Station! ..... Right Where They Belong! The Mountaineers Have A New Coach and Now A New Home For Preston County To Listen In All Season Long For Mountaineer Football on 96.7 K-Country! 20.11 Schedule Date Opponent Sep 04 Marshall Sep 10 Norfolk State Sep 17 Maryland Sep 24 LSU Oct 01 Bowling Green Oct 08 Connecticut Oct 21 Syracuse Oct 29 Rutgers Nov 05 Louisville Nov 12 Cincinnati Nov 25 Pitt  me Home 3:30 p.m. Home TBA Away Neon Home TBA Home TBA Home TBA Away 8pm Away TBA Home TBA Home TBA Home TBA Dec 01 USF Awa TBA 149599 $,374 21 -hl On eligible items. FOR AN EVEN GREATER SELECTION SHOP SEARS.COM BUY ONUNE, PCK-UP AT YOUR LOCAL SEARS STORE .. }  VISIT US ONLINE AT: Owned and operated by, Russell Sines. 89 Pleasant Hill Drive, Oakland, MD Mon-Sat 9 to 7; Sun 1 to 6. (301) 334-9434 Oakland, MD