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GSC Student Returns from Internship in Nashville

Glenville State College bluegrass music major, Toni Doman, recently returned from a summer internship in Nashville, Tennessee with the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA).

Doman, a senior from Cameron (Marshall County), West Virginia, arranged her internship when visiting Nashville during a GSC-sponsored spring semester trip.

During the school trip, Doman, along with GSC Bluegrass Music Program Director Megan Darby, met many bluegrass music industry notables and visited several historic bluegrass locations. It was on the trip’s last day that they visited the IBMA office where Doman learned of the summer internship opportunity. The IBMA is a trade association that connects and educates bluegrass professionals.

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GSC student Toni Doman outside of the historic Ryman Auditorium located in
Nashville, Tennessee during her summer internship at the IBMA


“On the first day of the internship, IBMA’s staff outlined what I would be working on during the summer. They were very flexible and gave me options to narrow down just what I wanted to work on and learn from the experience. This was absolutely great because I had the opportunity to really focus on what I wanted to learn, and what would be the most beneficial to me as a student,” said Doman.

During the internship, she got to assist in organizing and preparing the schedule for the World of Bluegrass Festival, IBMA’s annual bluegrass homecoming. In addition, Doman had the opportunity to explore the genre of bluegrass and grow as a musician.

“Being a part of the IBMA staff for the summer, I got to be involved in many music events. By attending these events, I got to meet Bobby Osborne and the band Old Crow Medicine Show backstage. I also had the chance to attend bluegrass jam sessions and meet countless musicians,” said Doman.

Doman was originally only interested in taking guitar lessons when she first attended GSC. It wasn’t until after enrolling that she asked about the bluegrass program and was introduced to Darby, the Bluegrass Program Director.  “I waltzed in and never left. You could say it’s where I belong,” said Doman.

After graduation, she plans to continue her education and find a job that reflects her interests in the bluegrass industry.

For more information on the GSC Bluegrass Degree Program, contact Darby at or 304.462.6347.

MEC Women’s Golf 2014

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Notre Dame College has been picked to win the 2014 Mountain East Conference title in women’s golf in a vote conducted by the league’s coaches.

The Falcons finished with 76 points and six first-place selections. NDC led the first two rounds of the MEC Tournament last year before finishing runner-up to Wheeling Jesuit. Notre Dame returns four starters from its lineup, including Michiko Smith who took third individually at the tournament.

West Virginia Wesleyan finished second in the poll with 60 points, including one first-place vote. The Bobcats will be led by first team All-MEC selection Becky Gossard.

Charleston was third with 55 points, and received a first-place vote. Defending champion Wheeling Jesuit was tabbed fourth with 54 points and garnered the final first-place tally. Concord was picked sixth (52), followed by Fairmont State (38), Urbana (34), West Liberty (32), UVa-Wise (25) and Glenville State (24).
 

2014 MEC Women’s Golf Preseason Poll
1. Notre Dame (6) 76
2. West Virginia Wesleyan (1) 60
3. Charleston (1) 55
4. Wheeling Jesuit (1) 54
5. Concord 52
6. Fairmont State 38
7. Urbana 34
8. West Liberty 32
9. UVa-Wise 25
10. Glenville State 24
() Indicates first place votes * Coaches not able to vote for own team

MEC Men’s Golf 2014

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The University of Charleston has been picked by the league’s coaches to win the Mountain East Conference championship in men’s golf.

The Golden Eagles finished third at the conference championships last fall, but came on strong in the spring and earned a bid to the NCAA Atlantic Regional and advanced from there to the NCAA Tournament finals. UC returns Thibaut Carmignano and Sense Chaowalit to the squad this year.

Notre Dame College was picked second with 90 points, followed by West Liberty (77) and Shepherd (76). Both the Hilltoppers and the Rams earned a first-place vote.

Concord, the inaugural Mountain East Conference champion, finished fifth with 59 points, followed by Wheeling Jesuit (54), UVa-Wise (53), Fairmont State (50) and Urbana (37). Glenville State finished 10th with 29 points, and West Virginia Wesleyan (22) and West Virginia State (15) completed the poll.
 

2014 MEC Men’s Golf Preseason Poll
1. Charleston (8) 98
2. Notre Dame College 90
3. West Liberty (1) 77
4. Shepherd (1) 76
5. Concord 59
6. Wheeling Jesuit 54
7. UVa-Wise 53
8. Fairmont State 50
9. Urbana 37
10. Glenville State 29
11. West Virginia Wesleyan 22
12. West Virginia State 15
() Indicates first place votes * Coaches not able to vote for own team

Glenville Family Ice Cream Shoppe Holiday Hours

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Gilmer County Farm Show 2014

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FPWV1011- House For Sale

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Glenville State College to Hold Inaugural Concert - Saturday

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Glenville State College Presents the Davisson Brother Band and Owen Schmitt in the Inaugural concert at the newly constructed Waco Center on Saturday, August 30, 2014.

The concert will begin at 7:00 PM with a meet and greet with the band starting at 6:00 PM.

Admission is $10.00, however all students ADMISSION IS FREE.

College students must present a College I.D. at the door.

For more information please contact 304.462.6416.

GSC Professor Teaches at Sea Again

Glenville State College Professor of Psychology Dr. Fred Walborn spent six weeks of his summer as an instructor at sea aboard the U.S. naval ship USS Bataan, a Wasp-class amphibious assault ship.

He taught two introductory psychology classes to enlisted Navy and Marine Corps personnel.

The summer of 2014 marked the fourth that Walborn has spent teaching onboard U.S. Navy boats.

He has been on the USS Eisenhower aircraft carrier in the Persian Gulf and the USS Barry destroyer in the Mediterranean Sea in prior years.

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Glenville State College Professor of Psychology Dr. Fred Walborn (standing)
holds an impromptu class session on the flight deck of the USS Bataan
(Courtesy of USN Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Nicholas Cottone)


“I really enjoy teaching the students onboard. Even after working a 12-hour shift they were enthusiastic and still studied hard,“ said Walborn. “For me, the experience is something totally different than regular classroom teaching. Plus I get to see different parts of the world every time.“

When he wasn’t in the classroom, Walborn spent his spare time aboard the Bataan playing chess with the sailors and marines, exercising, and working on a novel.

Walborn earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in accounting from the University of Illinois. He received his Master’s in experimental psychology from Western Illinois University and his Master’s and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Alliant International University.

In 1986, Walborn wrote a graduate-level textbook for psychotherapists titled ‘Process Variables.‘ Most recently he published another book titled ‘Religion in Personality Theory.‘ He also received the GSC Faculty Award of Excellence in 2011.

Community Baby Shower - 09.13.14

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Inside Yard Sale at Cedar Creek Community Building - Friday, August 29, 2014

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Inside Yard Sale at Cedar Creek Community Building

Friday, AUGUST 29, 2014

8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Rain or Shine

Tools, electric chain saw, pruning saw, automobile bike rack, scuba diving equipment,

new in box outdoor lanterns, track lighting (nib)

Elephant stands and other elephant decor items

Indoor trees,  Lots of household items

Big men’s, womens and junior clothing

End tables and other items

Glenville Family Ice Cream Shoppe

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GSC Football Day at Roane County a Huge Success

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Following on the heels of last year’s successful inaugural event Glenville State Head Coach and the Pioneer football team once again traveled to Roane County this past Saturday, August 23, 2014.

The Glenville State Pioneer Football team hosted a mini kid’s camp and held their second scrimmage of fall camp for GSC Alumni, fans, and friends.

David Hutchison, his staff, and all of the GSC Football players held the mini camp at Roane County High School’s County Stadium for Pop Warner and middle school kids.

The GSC staff and players gave hands on instructions, demonstrations, and techniques that will give each kid a better understanding of the game.

After the kids camp a large crowd got the chance to watch the GSC Pioneer football team play their second scrimmage of the 2014 Fall Camp.

The fans got a chance to see running back Preseason All-American Rahmann Lee, the Mountain East Conference leading rusher a year ago, along with defensive end and Preseason All-American Gary Henderson.

All in all it was a great day for GSC Alumni, fans, and friends as everyone prepares for the 2014 upcoming football season.

The Pioneers open up 2014 on the road at Concord University on Saturday, September 06, 2014 at 1:00 PM.

Gilmer County Health Department 9th Annual Health Fair - 09.17.14

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Gilmer County Tire and Recycling Event - 09.13.14

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Camden Flats Baptist Church Block Party - 09.06.14

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G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Head Mini Titan Girls Basketball Coach

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Title:
Head Mini Titan Girls Basketball Coach

Grade Level:
Middle

Description:
To assist with participating student to achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of discipline and an increased level of self-esteem.

Job Location or School Name:
Gilmer County High School

City:
Glenville

County:
Gilmer

Qualifications:
* Hold or qualify for West Virginia Certificate as required under State Board Policy 5202 
* Possess the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully carry out responsibilities of the position. 

Salary:
$800

Closing Date:
2014.09.03

Comments:
Submit: Application for employment; Copy of WV Coaching Certificate; current employees submit Extra curricular Bid Sheet (located on county website) 
E15-501-01 a

Apply to:
Judith A. Stalnaker, Personnel Director 
Gilmer County Schools 
201 N. Court Street 
Glenville, WV 26351 
 
Fax: 304.462.5103

County Contact Email:
“jstalnaker@k12.wv.us”

G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Assistant Varsity Girls Basketball Coach

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Title:
Assistant Varsity Girls Basketball Coach

Grade Level:
High School

Description:
To assist with participating student to achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of discipline and an increased level of self-esteem.

Job Location or School Name:
Gilmer County High School

City:
Glenville

County:
Gilmer

Qualifications:
* Hold or qualify for West Virginia Certificate as required under State Board Policy 5202 
* Possess the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully carry out responsibilities of the position. 

Salary:
County Supplement - $1,600

Closing Date:
2014.09.03

Comments:
SUBMIT:  Application for employment; Copy of WV Coaching Certificate; Current     employees submit Extra Curricular Bid Sheet (located on the county website) 
E15-501-07

Apply to:
Judith A. Stalnaker, Personnel Director 
Gilmer County Schools 
201 N. Court Street 
Glenville, WV 26351 
 
Fax: 304.462.5103

County Contact Email:
“jstalnaker@k12.wv.us”

Meditation Moment - 07.27.14

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CRITICIZING AND COMPLAINING

 
We are living in a dispensation when people are murmuring, complaining, finding fault and criticizing God and their fellow-man.

Why should we complain about God.

He is the true God and we can trust Him.

He keeps every promise He makes and it is impossible for Him to lie. (Heb. 6:18)

God’s promises are exceeding great and precious and He will never leave nor forsake us if we obey Him. (II Pet. 1:4)


Israel murmured against Moses and God and complained to many times.

They ganged up against them, and because of this God said you will die here in the desert and your children will wander around in the desert until you die.

Numbers 14:35 says, “I the Lord have said, I will surely do it unto all this evil congregation, that are gathered together against me: in this wilderness they shall be consumed, and there they shall die.”


What should we do instead of murmuring, criticizing, complaining and finding fault?

Paul said in Phil. 2:14 &15 “Do all things without murmurings and disputings: that ye may be blamless, the sons of God, without rebuke, in the midst of a crooked and perverse nation, among whom ye shine as lights in the world.”

We should be merciful as our Father is merciful.

Be careful not to judge others to harshly or condemn them, but forgive them. (Luke 6: 36 &37)

Pray that God will help you say the right things at the right time to encourage others.

Let us be as Barnabas, who is called the son of consolation, and be an encourager. (Acts 4:36)

The source of all comfort and encouragement is the Holy Spirit (Acts 9:30) evidenced through Jesus.

Glenville Church of Christ
211 Powell Street, Glenville WV
Noel Roberts - Phone 304.462.8136

G-otcha™: Regional Jails - Gilmer County - 08.26.14

Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Autumn Marie Mckeown
Height: 5   4"
Weight: 190 lbs.
Birth Date: 08.22.1989
Gender: Female
Booking Date: 08.26.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info Number Issuing Agency Location Charge(s)
Gilmer County - Bail: $0.00 DUI (1ST OFFENSE)
NO INSURANCE




Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Virgilio Nmn Llano
Height: 5   7"
Weight: 160 lbs.
Birth Date: 11.24.1983
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 08.26.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info Number Issuing Agency Location Charge(s)
Gilmer County - Bail: $0.00 FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE




Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Joshua Keith Singleton
Height: 5   1"
Weight: 115 lbs.
Birth Date: 12.28.1985
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 08.25.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info Number Issuing Agency Location Charge(s)
Gilmer County - Bail: $0.00 DUI .15 OR HIGHER




Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Stephen David Marsh
Height: 6   4"
Weight: 175 lbs.
Birth Date: 12.22.1972
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 08.24.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info Number Issuing Agency Location Charge(s)
Gilmer County - Bail: $0.00 OBSTRUCTING POLICE
OBSTRUCTING W/INJURY TO OFFICER
TRESPASSING




Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Christopher Glenn Pegg
Height: 5   11"
Weight: 224 lbs.
Birth Date: 02.13.1981
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 08.23.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info Number Issuing Agency Location Charge(s)
Gilmer County - Bail: $0.00 DRIVERS LICENSE REVOKED FOR DUI




Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Thomas Edward Marks
Height: 5   7"
Weight: 141 lbs.
Birth Date: 07.19.1967
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 08.23.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info Number Issuing Agency Location Charge(s)
Gilmer County - Bail: $0.00 DUI (1ST OFFENSE)
1ST POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA
POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE




Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Johnny Lee Howes
Height: 5   10"
Weight: 240 lbs.
Birth Date: 09.09.1969
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 08.21.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info Number Issuing Agency Location Charge(s)
Gilmer County - Bail: $0.00 POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE
FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE




Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Corey Micheal Bell
Height: 5   7"
Weight: 200 lbs.
Birth Date: 01.03.1983
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 08.20.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info Number Issuing Agency Location Charge(s)
Gilmer County - Bail: $15,000.00 THREE COUNTS OF OBSTRUCTION
ALSO WANTED IN MARYLAND

Glenville State College to Hold Inaugural Concert - 08.30.14

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Glenville State College Presents the Davisson Brother Band and Owen Schmitt in the Inaugural concert at the newly constructed Waco Center on Saturday, August 30, 2014.

The concert will begin at 7:00 PM with a meet and greet with the band starting at 6:00 PM.

Admission is $10.00, however all students ADMISSION IS FREE.

College students must present a College I.D. at the door.

For more information please contact 304.462.6416.

GCHS Titan Football Spaghetti Dinner and Cornhole Tournament - 09.14.14

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Gilmer County Farm Show 2014

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C-GCC: NEW High School Equivalency Test

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A new high school equivalency test will be offered in Gilmer and Calhoun counties.

Classes will be available according to the following schedule:

•  Calhoun County classes will be held at the Career Center on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 11:30 Noon to 3:00 PM

•  Gilmer County classes will be held at St. Marks Church on Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30 - 5:30 PM.

The test will continue to be free, and candidates will still have to pass a practice test prior to test enrollment.

Please call 304.354.6151 Extension 106 for more information.

Found Dog on Sinking Creek Road near Glenville!

The Owner of the Dog Has the Dog Now

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Found dog on Sinking Creek Road near Glenville!

If this dog belongs to you or you know who his owner is

please contact 304.266.9487 for more information

G-OB™: Assistant Librarian

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Gilmer Public Library is accepting resumes from individuals interested in applying for the position of Assistant Librarian.

The part-time position (21 hours/week) involves some Saturday hours and varying hours during the week.

Benefits include sick leave, vacation, holidays and more; high school degree necessary, college and/or experience preferred.

Requires detail oriented person with ability to work well with public and co-workers.

Resumes may be faxed to 304.462.5620; mailed to 214 Walnut Street, Glenville, WV 26351; or emailed to   .

For further information, you may contact Susan Atkinson at 304.462.5504 or 304.462.5620 during library operating hours of 10:00-5:00 M-T-Th-F.

Gilmer Public Library is accepting resumes from individuals interested in applying for the position of Assistant Librarian.

The part-time position (21 hours/week) involves some Saturday hours and varying hours during the week.

Benefits include sick leave, vacation, holidays and more; high school degree necessary, college and/or experience preferred.

Requires detail oriented person with ability to work well with public and co-workers.

Resumes may be faxed to 304.462.5620; mailed to 214 Walnut Street, Glenville, WV 26351; or emailed to   .

For further information, you may contact Susan Atkinson at 304.462.5504 or 304.462.5620 during library operating hours of 10:00-5:00 M-T-Th-F.

GSC Professor Authors Book on Religion and Spirituality

Glenville State College Professor of Psychology, Dr. Fred Walborn, has written a book titled ‘Religion in Personality Theory’ published by Academic Press.

Walborn said, “Religion and spirituality are important facets of many people’s lives, however, psychology books have devoted limited discussion to how, when, and why religion and spirituality can be essential to peoples’ personality development and lives.” Walborn has been teaching at GSC for a decade. Prior to coming to GSC he worked as a clinical psychologist and administrator in the field of psychology.

“I wrote this book because there are so few psychological texts that summarize the religious and spiritual writings of the classic psychologists. Each chapter of the book concludes with a review of the empirical literature in regard to the specific psychologists’ theoretical writings. Even though the various theorists wrote on specific areas of religion and spirituality (e.g., altruism or prejudice), there has been a need for a comprehensive theory. I concluded the book with my proposal for a comprehensive, integrative, developmental, and psychosocial theory on religion and spirituality.

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Glenville State College Professor of Psychology Dr. Fred Walborn
with his book, ‘Religion in Personality Theory’


Two preeminent scholars, who have written numerous books and research articles on religion and spirituality, endorsed the text.

Dr. Ralph W. Hood Jr. summarized, “Walborn has written an excellent text that explores the degree to which classical personality theorists were personally influenced by and focused upon religion in developing their personality theories…. The author’s own comprehensive theory of religion and spirituality creatively integrates the positive contributions of the classical personality theorist to the contemporary psychology of religion.”

Dr. Raymond F. Paloutzian commended the fair approach of the text, “This book is exceptionally well balanced, carefully crafted so that all ideas are clearly and even-handedly on the table to be freely examined by all. Walborn is honest, refreshingly has no between-the-lines agenda on a topic that has great bias potential, and discusses in straight-talk those issues about religiousness that are on students’ minds but not typically discussed by psychologists….Walborn also presents an “integrative/comprehensive” theory of spirituality and religion that pulls pieces of the disparate approaches together in application of the ideas where they are most relevant across the lifespan. The book is not a mere documentary on theories; it is instead an introduction to them with the addition of a research message rooted in the latest empirical literature. How to better let students see how research derives from theory, and that theory is forward moving and modified by the evidence?”

Walborn earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in accounting from the University of Illinois. He received his Master’s in experimental psychology from Western Illinois University and his Master’s and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Alliant International University. In 1986, Walborn wrote a graduate-level textbook for psychotherapists titled ‘Process Variables.’  Walborn, who resides in Glenville, received the GSC Faculty Award of Excellence in 2011. During four of the past five summers, he has taught psychology classes aboard U.S. Navy ships.

‘Religion in Personality Theory’ is dedicated to Walborn’s parents. In the book’s preface he acknowledges the Glenville State College community for their support of the endeavor. The book is available at Amazon.com or through elsevierdirect.com.

For more information about the book, contact Walborn at or call 304.462.6279.

Pioneers Take Part in ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ for ALS Awareness

Glenville State College students and staff are joining the likes of Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, former president George W. Bush, Reba McEntire, Kermit the Frog, and countless other Americans in a recent social media sensation – the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

The challenge, which picked up steam earlier in the summer with the aim of raising awareness of ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease), involves people getting doused with buckets of ice water on video, posting that video to social media, and then nominating others to do the same. People can either accept the challenge, make a donation to an ALS charity of their choice, or do both.

So far dozens of current students, alumni, and staff have taken up the icy challenge.

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Jesse Alborano, Tyler Cooper, Conner Ferguson, GSC Student Activities Director Jodi Ocheltree,
Jamie Nutter, and Daniel Jackson taking part in the ‘Ice Bucket Challenge.‘
The students are all members of the GSC Greek fraternity Sigma Omega Beta.


Among them was GSC’s Student Activities Director Jodi Ocheltree. “After a student nominated me and one of our Greek organizations, we decided it would be fun to challenge the other student organizations on campus. We want everyone to get involved for this good cause,“ said Ocheltree.

GSC psychology major and Cleveland, Ohio native, John Royce, recently got called out to take part as well. “I was nominated by my fellow resident assistant and Pioneer baseball teammate Justin Lewis,“ said Royce. “The fact that I was a part of this movement and was able to help raise awareness is great. This is something that I’ll be able to look back on and tell my kids that I was involved in. And the ice water part wasn’t really that bad.“

Since the end of July the ALS Association estimates that over $40 million has been raised, due largely in part to the popularity of the Ice Bucket Challenge.

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. Eventually, people with ALS lose the ability to initiate and control muscle movement, which often leads to total paralysis and death. There is no cure and only one drug approved by the FDA that modestly extends survival. Veterans are approximately twice as likely be diagnosed with the disease.

For more information visit the ALS Association website at www.alsa.org.

FUNDING FOR EMERGENCY FOOD AND SHELTER PROGRAMS STATEWIDE

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Senators Joe Manchin and Jay Rockefeller, along with Representative Nick Rahall, announced $526,266 in funding to help individuals and families in West Virginia with non-disaster related emergencies.

The funding is provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) and will be used to expand ongoing efforts to provide shelter, food and supportive services for West Virginians in need.

“As West Virginians, we understand the importance of making sure our neighbors in need have a place to turn to for support,” Senator Manchin said. “This critical funding offers hope and assistance to West Virginians with the ultimate goal of helping individuals rise above challenging circumstances and get back on their feet.”

“This funding award is critical to organizations in southern West Virginia that focus everyday on making sure no one in their communities goes to bed hungry or without a roof over their head,“ Rockefeller said. “Their presence also goes a long way toward helping lift West Virginians out of poverty and putting them on a path to a brighter future.“

“West Virginians know well what it means to ‘help thy neighbor,’ especially those in our communities who are struggling with family emergencies,“ said Rahall. “Federal funds like these are an important lifeline to help needy families with children get through some very difficult times.”

Member agencies of the EFSP National Board include: American Red Cross; Catholic Charities USA; The Jewish Federations of North America; National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA; The Salvation Army; United Way Worldwide; and FEMA.


  Barbour County— $5,327   
  Berkeley County— $8,781  
  Boone County— $9,650  
  Braxton County— $5,652  
  Brooke County— $3,106  
  Calhoun County— $3,224  
  Clay County—  $4,563   
  Doddridge County— $2,800   
  Fayette County— $15,627  
  Gilmer County— $2,800  
  Grant County— $5,673  
  Greenbrier County— $12,267  
  Hampshire County— $7,368  
  Hancock County— $13,146  
  Hardy County— $2,800  
  Harrison County— $19,991  
  Huntington/Cabell/Wayne Counties—  $43,196  
  Jackson County— $9,839  
  Jefferson County— $4,508  
  Kanawha County— $59,555  
  Lewis County— $5,296  
  Lincoln County— $7,756  
  Logan County— $13,198  
  Marion County— $17,584  
  Marshall County— $12,351  
  Mason County— $10,990  
  McDowell County— $7,986  
  Mercer County— $18,159  
  Mingo County— $9,807  
  Monongalia County— $25,329  
  Monroe County— $2,800  
  Morgan County— $2,800    
  Nicholas County— $10,446  
  Ohio County— $14,664  
  Pocahontas County— $3,569  
  Preston County— $4,427  
  Putnam County— $5,674  
  Raleigh County— $25,444  
  Randolph County— $10,278  
  Ritchie County— $3,255  
  Roane County— $6,102    
  State Set-Aside Committee, WV— $204  
  Summers County— $4,197  
  Taylor County— $5,108  
  Tyler County— $3,423  
  Upshur County— $7,662  
  Webster County— $4,082  
  Wetzel County— $7,138  
  Wood County— $28,490  
  Wyoming County— $8,174    

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Gilmer County Health Department: Bonnie Bus - August 26-27, 2014

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Glenville Center Employee Involvement Committee RADA Cutlery Fundraiser

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