ENTRIES: Submissions are approved for the 22nd biennial West Virginia Juried Exhibition hosted by West Virginia Section of Arts, Lifestyle and Background via Monday, Aug. 2. Entries need to be submitted on CD or USB flash generate. A $20 non-refundable payment is charged for each piece. Checks could be designed payable to the office and mailed to WVDACH, West Virginia Juried Exhibition 2021, The Culture Centre, 1900 Kanawha Blvd. E., Charleston, WV 25305-0300, or sent to the heart at State Capitol Intricate. Registration and much more are readily available at http://www.wvculture.org/museum/juried/2021/juriedexperspectious2021.pdf. The show opens with an awards ceremony and reception at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 14, and stays shown by Feb. 14, 2022. Speak to [email protected] or 304-558 0220, ext. 128.
GRANDDAUGHTERS: Jim and Nancy Allman of Steele Memorial United Methodist Church in Barboursville experienced two granddaughters to graduate this year. Gracie Westerfield, daughter of Byron and Kimberly Allman Westerfield of Winter Garden, Florida, graduated from Florida Southern University with a BS in small business administration and a minor in pre-legislation. She is also a applicant for Miss out on Florida this month. Rachel Westerfield, also daughter of Byron and Kimberly Allman Westerfield, graduated from West Orange Higher Faculty in Winter season Garden.
PICNIC: South Aspect Community Business hosts a summer picnic from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 1, at Ritter Park Shelter 1. Admission is totally free.
NAMED: Two nearby citizens have been named to the president’s listing at School of Charleston in South Carolina for the spring semester. Robert Krick of Ashland is majoring in finance, when Noah Compton of Huntington is majoring in biology.
Initially: A different 1st Friday celebration hosted by Ashland in Motion is from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, July 2, in downtown Ashland. Actions include things like a cruise-in, live songs, outdoor beer backyard garden and much more. Check out www.fb.com/AshlandinMotion.
Outlined: Grant Young was a single of 11,813 students named to the president’s list for the spring semester at The College of Alabama. To qualify, pupils should have an academic record of 4. (all As).
Show: “Celebrating Derby Traditions: Anita Madden: Ashland Indigenous, Socialite and Businesswoman” is exhibited through August at Highlands Museum and Discovery Center, Ashland. Hours for reward shop and place of work are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday via Friday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. Call 606-329-8888 fax, 606-324-3218 [email protected] or www.Highlandsmuseum.com.
Detailed: Bilen Zerie of Huntington was named to the dean’s record at University of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, for the spring semester. To receive this standing, a entire-time undergraduate pupil have to just take at the very least 12 credit hours and generate a 3.6 high-quality stage average all through the semester.
Delivery: Morgan and Kelli Ferguson of Kenova United Methodist Church turned mom and dad of Sara Ann Ferguson Could 8. The 8-pound princess was 20 inches long. She is the granddaughter of Roberta Ferguson.
BELATED BIRTHDAYS: Mary Elizabeth Baumgarner, June 1 Spencer Toy, June 2 Kathy Mortimer, June 3 Rebecca Dale, June 5 Tim Brogen, Denise Maxey, Noah Farrar, June 6 Cindy Jeffords, Ruth Ann Koch, Jimmy Dyer, Ellie Nash, Rose Wolford, June 7 Debbie Swavely, June 8 Jane Ann Pancake, Amy Nash, Don Gross, June 9 David Moore, Bruce Boone, Mandy Lucas, Seth Waggoner, June 10 Capri Isabella Roma, Patti Shaver, Elsie Pruett, Holly Turnbull, Sharon Gross, June 11 Bil Neal, June 14 Nancy Tomblin, Bob Pruett, Paula Duley, June 20 Mike Owens, June 21 Sharon Morrison, Hailey Stomback, June 23.
LATE ANNIVERSARIES: Louis and Deb Blair, Scott and Cheryl Riedel, June 1 Ron and Janet Foss, Steve and Karen Gold, June 2 Bob and Nancy Force, June 5 Mike and Shirley Hill, June 6 Mike and Annette Cartwright, Joe and Jean Kirk, E.J. and Kylee Hassan, June 7 Chris and Lori Ferguson, June 8.
CHUCKLE: At the massive bookstore in which Ellen’s son labored, the clerks tended to view out for a person yet another, buying and selling shifts and covering for just about every other in emergencies. A short while ago, a disagreement in between two clerks escalated into a fist fight. A person ended up heading to the hospital, leaving Ellen’s son to protect for him. The retail outlet supervisor, who experienced skipped the total episode, later on came looking for the wounded clerk. “Where’s Jack?” the male requested. Ellen’s son didn’t miss out on a beat. “Oh,” he stated, “he punched out early.”
Send objects to Brenda Lucas, P.O. Box 596, Ona, WV 25545 fax to 304-526-2857 or e-mail to [email protected]