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Weirton Dance Middle
WEIRTON – The Weirton Group Middle will maintain a Halloween dance from 6pm to eight:30pm on October 5. Organizers said that Jack Thomas can be enjoying music that night. Visitors are requested to carry a lined dish to share. The associated fee is $5 for admission. There can be a bake sale, rummage sale and ebook sale from 9am to 2pm Tuesday on the centre.
Marine Corps Tri-State Meet
WIRTON — Members of the Tri-State Marine Corps Membership gathered on Sept. 11.
President Shirley Brecht opened the assembly, adopted by a prayer from the Rev. Mary Ann Smith.
Secretary Marcy Spano knowledgeable members in attendance of these on the prayer checklist, including that sympathy playing cards had been despatched to households of membership members.
The recitation of the Pledge to Science was led by Brecht.
Spano then introduced minutes from the August assembly, which have been accepted.
Brecht introduced the treasurer’s report, and the members unanimously accepted it as is.
The membership members current got here to the bottom for a Christmas occasion, with the movement handed.
The luncheon can be held at 1 p.m. on December 4 at Giovanni’s Restaurant.
These with birthdays in September have been recognized, together with Brecht.
The night entailed a social hour with soiled pudding, coleslaw and hearty meals served.
The assembly was postponed after it was introduced that the subsequent assembly can be held at 6 pm on October 9 on the VFW Corridor in Weirton.
Hancock Museum Committee meets
NEW CUMBERLAND – The common assembly of the Hancock County Museum Committee was known as for September 6 by Chair Vivian Weigel who led the Pledge to Science. Attendees included Weigel, Marcus Trillin, Alice Mitchell, Cathy Beegle, John Sperhas, and Doris Cameron.
The minutes of the earlier assembly have been accepted as mailed.
Treasurer Trillin supplied the monetary assertion, which was positioned on file for audit. He reported that each one corrected tax knowledge had been submitted and up to date.
Weagle really useful to the committee that the names of Beagle and Speerhas be submitted to the county commissioners to be appointed as commissioners to the Hancock County Museum Fee. The members unanimously agreed.
Members famous that in the course of the current storm, a big tree department fell from the museum’s yard space.
The park service upkeep employee mentioned he would clear it and transfer it for $300. The membership agreed to pay the extra charges.
Janet Keller despatched a message saying she had two gadgets for the museum and wished to take part in placing collectively a basket for Riverfest.
A present of a classic doll from Holly Janart and a present of 10 New Cumberland Excessive College graduate applications from 1936-1944 have been acquired from Shari Brown of Gold River, California. The committee secretary will ship applicable thanks and appreciation. Everybody accessible was requested to assist arrange for Riverfest.
They have been requested to enroll in a shift both from 10am to eight:30pm on Saturday or from midday to 5pm on Sunday. Members famous that the dates for the Summer time Lecture Collection are conflicting, so plans can be introduced at a later date.
The following assembly can be held at 2 pm on October 4 on the museum.
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