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8B - Mountain Messenger- November 26, 2011 - The Weekend Paper For The Greenbrier Valley HospiceCare Love Light Tree honors loved ones HospiceCare has found their Love Light Tree to be a comforting way for people to honor their loved ones who have fought or are fighting a terminal illness. During this holiday season, HospiceCare's "Traveling Love Light Tree" will be hosted by several local banks during the following weeks: Nov. 28 Dec. 2: First National Bank, Ronceverte Nov. 28 - Dec. 16: First National Bank of Peterstown Dec. 5 - 9: City National Bank, New Branch in Lewisburg Dec. 12 16: BB&T, Ronceverte Dec. 19 - 26: All ornaments displayed at Lewisburg Walmart For each donation made during the holiday season in memory or honor of a loved one, an ornament displaying his/her name will be placed on the tree, which was donated by Walmart. HospiceCare invites anyone who wishes to make a donation to visit the Love Light Tree at any of the locations or stop by the Lewisburg office, Monday- Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., or call 304-645-2700. 'Victorian Christmas Sampler' offered at Edgarton Inn !,On Wednesday, Nov. 30, Chef Reed VanDenBerghe will showcase his culinary expertise at a fundraising luncheon for the Ronceverte public Library to be held at the Edgarton Inn. His talent has been recognized by the Food Network on w oxld-wide television when he owned the Moxie Cafe in Union. Chef VanDenBerghe, currently at Stella's in Lewisburg, has been working with volunteers, collaborated with Chef VanDenBerghe to choose a menu that will evoke a taste of days gone by for 100 lucky guests. Warmed wassail punch, an ancient tradition which, the Victorian era embraced, Will greet those entering Edgarton. Guests will then be seated and served samples of the various courses that were chosen for their unique flavors and Victorian origin. Imported holiday gifts Pat Yago (left), Haley Hoke-Mahon, Laura McCoy, Lois Davis, Jenny McClung, Kay Donovan, Sheila Osborne, Genelle Morgan and Gall Craft GVMC Weight Watchers at work donate to charities With the holiday season upon us it is a wonderful time to reflect on what we are thankful for and a time to give to those in need. For the Greenbrier Valley Medical Center (GVMC) Weight Watch- ers at work group, they in- corporated giving into losing weight. During two ten-week sessions the group did "pay to weigh" with a $2 donation col- lected at each weigh in. The funds raised were donated to "Hospice House" and '"ne Women's Shelter" in Lewis- burg. During the last ten- week session the group col- lected one to two cans of food at each weigh in. The food donation was very successful and all food was donated to local food banks, The Weight Watchers at work group is thankful to have support from Greenbrier Valley Medical Center to have the health and wellness pro- gram and in return wanted to give back to the community. During the holiday season the group asks that everyone remember those who are in need and support our local food banks. People shopping for toys and presents this holiday season who are also trying to be conscientious of buy- ing American or Canadian may want to pay more at- tention to the items they are getting. According to re- search by the U.S. Census Bureau, for the 2010 holiday l . season, $5.1 =,, billion in toy im- ports originated in China. China V was the leading "=' country of origin for stuffed toys coming into North American ports, as well as for a num- ber of other popular holiday gifts. These include roller skates ($37 million), sports footwear ($218 million) and basketballs ($32 million). China also is the lead- ing supplier of ice skates, with Thailand and Canada ranking second and third for manufacture. Artificial Christmas trees and deco- ration are also big business for China. The U.S. import- ed .$488.5 million worth of Christmas tree i ornaments from  the country last year and $28.2 million worth of "L artificial trees. " " There are some locally made toys, however. The U.S. has over 700 loca- tions that makeeverything from games to dolls to chil- dren's vehicles. California leads the nation with the most domestic toy/game production locations Santa Claus board members and library , The luncheon will have GEHLE fundraiser scarf to pull together this three seating times; 11 3 SAT AYS BEFORE CHRISTMAS signature fundraising event, a.m., 12:30 and 2 p.m. "A Victorian Christmas Tickets are $25 each and !/ 12.00 NOON Tn. 5:00 PM Sampler.' reservations must be made 'huge success' President Sue Ella Miano in advance by calling the December 3rd, 10th & 17th and Board Members Pam Ronceverte Public Library at Arnld andalleen Waltn 304-647-7400"10 re sons to give the 006elw00@i I00i00s/ On005''x7''Ph0tOfOr $7"00 'i00f(0000J/Professional Photos by Tammy Mounts" orThr00 5"x7" for $15.00 gift of Ch t s S Mall ris ma eals those inattendance how to and RogerDolan-TheWild ' * " " ' prepare Escabeche (marl-Bean, Patti Grafton- Wolf Greenbrler Valle i The season for Christmas games, adding to the Holiday natefl Sea Bass), Smoked Creek Gallery (Alflerson}, Seals, the American Lung As- spirit. sociation's cherished and time- 8. The more festive, the bet- Pork Tenderloin, Confetti Nancy and Thomas Green- honored year-end campaign, is ter - Adorning your gifts with Rice and Puff Pastry. Mas- street, Allison King - Allison lere In the quest for the perfect the colorful, nostalgic seals add ters' cooking demonstration & Co. Salon, Kroger, Gloria i ., P gift and desirable holiday- wrap- to the lasting impact of the gifts was engaging and informa- and William Martin and Nan ping, there's more than one rea- planned for family, friends and son to give the gift of Christmas Seals this year - 10 reasons to be exact: I. Be one in a million - More than 10 million people nation- wide receive Christmas Seals to- ward the end of the year. Don't be left out. 2. Fight for the cause - Lung disease, consisting of asthma, COPE), lung cancer and other respiratory disease, is the third leading cause of the death in the U.S. Christmas Seals are fight- ing to prevent that distinction. 3. Honor your loved ones - Most people know someone per- sonally affected by !ung disease, whether a friend, aunt, beloved grandparent, parent or child. A Christmas Seals donation hon- ors their struggle. 4. Save lives -The mission of the American Lung Associa- Lion is to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease. Since 1907, millions of lives have been saved through funds raised by the Christmas Seals Campaign. There are mil: lions more to be saved. 5. Include yourself in the suc- cess - Christmas Seals is the American Lung Association's most successful canaign. All proceeds help combat lung can- cer, childhood asthma, tobacco use, secondhand smoke, air pol- lution and influenza. 6. Relish the tradition - The decorative seals are a holi- day tradition that has included presidents, first ladies, beloved musicians and American icons across many decades, making it another reason to relish the campaign. 7. It Isn't All About the Seals -: The Christmas Seals campaign also offers ornaments, greeting Cards, cookie cutters and kid's GREENBRIER COUNTY REDISTRICTING The Greenbrier County Redistrict- ing Committee hereby gives notice of a public hearing to be held on Decem- ber 6, 2011, at 6 p.m. at the County Courthouse prior to the County Commission meeting] in compliance with the State Code 3-1-7 and the provisions of article three, chapter fifty-nine of the State Code. associates. 9. Education, Advocacy and Research - Programs such as Asthma Camp, Teens Against Tobacco Use and Breathe Well, Live Well, as well as advocacy for clean air and research for a cure for lung disease, are all funded by the Christmas Seals Cam- paign. 10. Because You Want to - Christmastime is the best time to give, and Christmas Seals make healthy air and healthy lungs a gift worth having. To order or for more infor- mation on the Christmas Seals Campaign, visit www.Christ- For more infor- mation on lung disease and the programs of the American Lung Association in West Virginia, vis- it or call 304)- 342-6600. tive. This was her fifth year of doing the fundraiser for Guided Equine Healing and Learning Experience (GE- HLE), a nonprofit organiza- tion that provides horseback riding lessons for at-risk children who are under the age of 18 and reside in the Greenbrier Valley. The GEHLE Board of Di- rectors would like to thank Chef Michelle Masters, Jim Morgan and the kitchen staff at the General Lewis Inn. Also, Partner/Spon- sor: Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy and Spon- sors: Mimsi DeOlloqui and Dr. Rhonda Hamm-Willow Ridge. Legal Notice To: MARY BEAVERS, MARY K BEAVERS, VERNON D BEAVERS, RUFINA BEAVERS, JAMES E BEAVERS, JOHN W BOOTHE, L JUDSON WILLIAMS, H E WILLIAMS, R E THRASHER, A G WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, S K MCCLUNG, NANCY B MCCLUNG, CYRUS H MCCLUNG, MARTHA MCCLUNG, ALPHEUS P MCCLUNG, ELISABETH MCCLUNG, WILLIAM F MCCLUNG, CHARLES MCCLUNG, JOSEPH MCCLUNG, or heirs at law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators fiduciaries, administrators, or lienlolders. You will take notice that H3 LLC, the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on the follow- ing real estatel Certificate of Sale: 2010S-00000090, 67.19 MINERAL, located in WILLIAMSBURG, which was returned delinquent in the name of BEAVERS MARY, and for which the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by the sheriff of Greenbrier County at the sale for the delinquent taxes made on the 17th day of November 2010, has requested that you be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him or her on or after April 1, 2012, as provided by law, unless before that day you redeem such real estate. The amount you will have to pay on the last day, March 31,2012 will be as follows: Amount equal to the taxes and charges due on the date of the sale, with interest, to March 31,2012. $907.49 Amount of subsequent years taxes paid on the property, since the sale, with interest to March 31, 2012. " $90.00 Amount paid for "13tle Examination and preparation of the list to be served and for preparation and service of notice with interest from January 1, 2011 following the sheriff's sale to March 31, 2012. $695.94 Amount paid for other statutory costs with interest from following the sheriff's sale to March 31, 2012. $0.00 Total Amount Payable to Sheriff - cashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable to the The Honorable James W. Childers, Sheriff and Treasurer of Greenbrier County. $1,693.43 Cost of Certification of Redemption - cashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable to the The Honorable Glen B. Gainer, III, State Auditor. $35.00 You may redeem at any time before March 31, 2012, by paying the abow total less any unearned interest. Return to WV State Auditor's Office, County Collections Office, Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305. Questions please call 1-888-509-6568. Morgan. 2999 5-Pc. GearWrench Ratcheting Wrench Set 199s 39" S7-Pc, Emergency 116-Pc, Mechanic's Travel Kit Tool Kit 49" 29" NAPA EVERCRAFT Air Impact Gun #776,6634 Offers go at these participating NAPA AUTO PARIS stores: WILSON BROTHERS, INC. Union 304772-3036 Ronceverte 304-645-3322 ,e