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2B Feb. 23, 2008 Mountain Messenger - The Weekernd Paper for the Greenbrier Valley Greenbrier Valley Circuit Ri The photograph depicts one of the families that are active mmm- bers of the Circuit Riders and play an integral role in the success of the meetings and events. Cindy Hylton (left, front) has b)een very invested in creating the scholarship fund as a way of homer- ing the men who created this local organization. Her husband, James Hylton (left, rear), is currently organizing the role of bocal CMA members in the Kyle Petty event and ride coming to White Sulphur Springs this summer. He is also the Chapter Chaplain and creates and shares a relevant devotion at all of the chapter meetings along with a prayer for the needs of the group andl the community. review larship application: On Feb. 7, the Greenbrier Valley Circuit Riders iaeld their monthly meeting at Shoney's in Lewisburg. The scholarship committee is gearing up to re- view scholarship applications submitted by sfudents in the four local high schools The scholarship will be in the amount of $500 and will be pre- sented at the assembly at Greenbrier East toward the end of the .school year. The Chapter Officers plan to attend the Seasons of Refresh- ing annual workshop on Sat- urday, Feb. 23, in Buchannon in order to grasp the vision of the organization for the com- ing year. For anyone in the com- munity that enjoys riding their motorcycle with the Chapter for the annual Run for the Son fund-raiser ride, it will be on May 3; ride details will follow as we approach that day. We invite anyone in the com- munity with a desire to share the Gospel with people through Marlinton Woman's Club tours 911 them on the progress of the 911 addressing effort. Following the tour, the group held its regular monthly meet- ing where they voted to make a donation of $100 to the Pocahontas County Veteran's Honor Corps to help them pur- chase grave marker flags for the county's cemeteries. They also pledged $200 to the Marlinton Middle School to- wards bringing a Latin Ameri- can Dance Group to perform for the community. In other business, the Club welcomed six new members; Louise Barnisky, Laura Dean Bennett, Shirlene Groseclose, Rosemary McQuain, Cynthia Sabota and Linda Spencer. To find out more about the Marlinton Woman's Club or if interested in joining the club, contact their membership corn- Rosemary McQuain (left), Jane Price Sharp, Shirlene Grosec;Iose, Cathy Mosesso, Cynthia Sabota, Dotty Hiner Mitchell and Reta Griffith. (Not pictured: Louise Barnisky and Robin Mutschellqer.) At their February meeting, County 911 Center. 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