Gilmer County’s EDA eyes several new initiatives, including housing

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TRYING TO TAKE OVER THURSDAY’S MONTHLY MEETING ... was little five-month old Wyatt Bailey (L), being held by his happy mother, Daisey, the GCEDA’s Treasurer. Competing for attention was GCEDA Chair Jeff Campbell (R), who tried to keep a straight face while conducting the agency’s business. All turned calm after Wyatt got his bottle, although his antics left smiles on the members’ faces.


Increasing the Gilmer County Economic Development Association’s (GCEDA) membership was stated as an organizational goal, Chair Jeff Campbell announced at the outset of its Thurs., Feb. 9 public meeting.

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Search for the next GSC President narrowed to three good candidates

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Meet them: The public is invited to open sessions this Thurs. & Mon.

The Glenville State College Presidential Search Committee is pleased to announce that three final candidates have been selected for campus interviews.

Each candidate is scheduled for two day visits and will meet with various constituent groups during the visits. They will have the exact schedule, but on different days. Please note that there are designated open sessions for the following constituent groups: faculty, staff, students, community, and alumni.

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THE JOY OF WORKING HARD FOR A GOOD CAUSE

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The Little Kanawha Trail Riders group assembled at the 33 Country Club last Sat. night, Feb. 11 for their annual Valentine’s Dance & Fund-raiser. Over 115 members and well-wishers attended, giving their financial support for the group’s charitable works. “With the money raised tonight, we will build more stalls for the animals at the Recreation Center,” explains Rob Lowther (R), the group’s president. Here, in announcing the 50/50 and other prize winners, Rob is helped by Sally Webb (L) and Sheila Hamric (C), owner of the Rustic Treasure’s Shop in downtown Glenville. All in all, everyone had a good time, listening to Ed Messenger (not pictured) spinning the club’s favorite melodies and allowing the dance floor to be filled with many happy couples and children. They all were provided with a festive Valentine’s Weekend activity with renewal of friendships, doing good for the Rec Center and showing their love for one another.

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