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2A December 17 2011 Mountain Messenaer-The Weekend Paper for the For The Record Greenbrier Valley Norma J. McFarland to Roy C. Lafferty and Shelia M. Lafferty, 1 Par- cel - 1/2 Acre and 1 Parcel - 1.244 Acres, Blue Sulphur District Rebecca A. Simms to Rodney Church, 0.924 Acres, Lewisburg Dist. Ethel Jean Meador to Frank J. Jannette and Terri L. Jannette, 85.27 Acres, Anthony Creek District Walter L. Baker and Dorlores P. Cator to Guy W. Loudermilk and Gay- le A. Loudermilk, 8.174 Acres, Frankford District Joe D. Smith and Andra Jo Smith to Bryan K. Baldwin and Crystal B. Baldwin, 1 Parcel - 0.83 Acre and 1 Parcel - 0.27 Acre, Meadow Bluff District Jeffrey W. Lushbaugh, d.b.a. Mt Top Construction to James Sizemore and Stephanie Sizemore, 1.676 Acres, Lewisburg District Jeressa A. Jackson to Wayne L. Jackson, Dale R. Jackson and Rich- ard A. Jackson, 8600 Square Feet, Falling Springs District Paul Thomas Costa (aka Paul Thomas Baker), Virginia Ann Costa (aka Virginia Ann Baker), and Rebecca Suzanne Rockwood (aka Re- becca Suzanne Baker), Heirs of the Estate Of Howard Thomas Baker, Jr., and Allen Sheppard, as Administrator CTA DBN of the Estate of Howard Thomas Baker, Jr., to John B. Rodgers and Kaye W. Rodgers, 5.0 Acres, Lewisburg District Constance L. Huber, Trustee of the Joan A. Harris Family Trust B to Ryan P. Westerman and Allison Westerman, 0.009 Acre, White Sulphur District Edythe Waybright Taylor to Rex Coal Land Company, Inc., a West Virginia Corporation, 128 Acres, including 2 Tracts of Surface Land con- taining 5 Acres and 28 Acres, Meadow Bluff District John P. Mann and Teresa A: Mann to Charles E. Miller, Jr. and Jen- nifer M. Miller, 14 Acres, Falling Springs District Dale L. Feamster, Joe H. Feamster, Beverly Pack, Chester F. Feam- ster, Jr., Jean Gaye Van Kammen and Phil D. Feamster, legal heirs of Chester F. Feamster to Checks Auto Parts, LLC, a West Virginia limited liability company, Two Parcels, Blue Sulphur District Sundown Investments, L.L.C. to John Cantrell, Jr. and Betty L. Cantrell, 1.00 Acre, Blue Sulphur District Sherry Ann Bragg to MSG Properties II, L.L.C., a West Virginia Lim- ited Liability Company, Four Lots, Meadow Bluff District Elizabeth Ann Huskins and Patricia Owens to James Clark Morgan and Sharon R. Morgan, 0.80 Acre, Lewisburg District White Gate Development, LLC and James C. Justice Companies, Inc., Three Parcels, White Sulphur Springs Municipal District Helen Marsh, Debra L. Bird and Tammy M. Phelps to Jason E. Brown and Leigh A. Brown, 1.56 Acres, Meadow Bluff District Harlan Gwinn to Steven Gwinn and Sonja Gwinn, One Lot, Fort Spring District Harlan Gwinn to Melvin Darby and Vickie Darby, Two Lots, Fort Spring District Seneca Trustees, Inc., a West Virginia Corporation to Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Successor by Merger to Wachovia Bank, N.A., One Lot, White Sulphur District Donald R. Surgeon and Karen Lynn Surgeon to Donald R. Surgeon and Karen Lynn Surgeon, 2 Lots, White Sulphur District Benjamin C. Davis and Ann Marie Davis to Alison A. Sharpes, 1 Lot, White Sulphur Municipality WV Farms, LLC to J. Craig Merrell, 12.300 Acres, Williamsburg Dist. Gregory B. Reed and Bonni M. Reed to Jerry Justice and Paula Jus- tice, 8.163 Acres, White Sulphur District Vincent Pishner, Jr. and Patsy Louise Pishner to Robert Withrow, 2 Lots, Meadow Bluff District Marriage License William Carlton Hahdley, Jr, Ronceverte and Diana Sue _ewisburg L. B. Honaker, White Sulphur Springs and Debra Ann Caldwell Shawn Clark Sinclair and Amber Dawn Hiser, Ronceverte Callison, Williams, New Suits Mareo Allen vs. JLJ, Inc. State of West Virginia vs. $8,420.00 in U.S. Currency Greenbrier Valley Medical Center vs. Roxanne S. Birchfield Greenbrier Valley Medical Center vs. Jesse J. Rane State of West Virginia vs. 2007 Jeep Patriot In Re: The Marriage of: Jami Kerb and Stephane Hubert In Re: The Marriage of: Habibi Andre' and MontyAndre' In Re: The Marriage of: Elisa A. Bryan and William J. Bryan In Re: The Marriage of: Kristen Phillips and Jonathan Phillips In Re: The Marriage of: Timmy W. Beavers and Donna D. Beavers In Re: The Marriage of: Angela D. Osborne and William A. Osborne In Re: The Marriage of: Andrea Izzo andPatrick O'Flaherty In Re: The Marriage of: Heather Begley and Kyle Begley In Re: The Marriage of: Juanita Dunbar and William Dunbar, II [n In In In In In In In In In In In In In In In In In In In In In In Final Decrees - November Re: The Marriage of: Stephanie Suzanne Morgan and Henry Lee Morgan Re: The Marriage of: Debra Elaine O'Dell and Phillip Dale O'Dell Re: The Marriage of: James Bowling and Crystal Bowling Re: The Marriage of: Nicole Ramsey and Scotty A. Terry Re: The Marriage of: Michael Paul Adwell and Abigail Adwell Re: The Marriage of: Patricia D. Hurley and Johnny L. Hurley Re: The Marriage of: Melissa Martin and Eric Martin Re: The Marriage of: Lewis Brian Frazier and Sonya Mitchell Frazier Re: The Marriage of: Henry Saylor and Donna Louise Saylor Re: The Marriage of: William Jeffrey Skaggs and Debra Ann Skaggs Re: The Marriage of: David P. Allen and Mary Ann Allen Re: The Marriage of: Monica Farmer and Michael Scott Farmer Re: The Marriage of: Sondra Antoinette Stevens and Jeremiah Clell Stevens Re: The Marriage of: Shauna E. Crowe and David A. Crowe Re: The Marriage of: David R. Slaven and Bobble J. Slaven Re: The Marriage of: Hanna Hudson and James Hudson Jr. Re: The Marriage of: Candice Waid and James Waid Re: The Marriage of: Sharon M. Simmons and Stephen R. Simmons Re: The Marriage of: Eisha Broihier and Michael Broihier Re: The Marriage of: Luz Maria Obando and Charles Richard Nabors Re: The Marriage of: Patricia Susan Gibson and Robert Dwayne Gibson Re: The Marriage of: Melissa Ennis and Jeremy Ennis Re: The Marriage of: William P. Martin and Alice K. Martin It's that time of year againl Children's Home Society of West Virginia is running their annual Christmas campaign "Little Red Stockings." For the past eight years, Children's Home Society has been run- ning this campaign with the help of local businesses to raise money to provide help to children and families in the community. Little Red Stockings are bright red pa- per stockings that can be purchased at local retailers and businesses throughout the area. The cost of the Little Red Stocking is only $1 and the proceeds stay here in the local community. On Saturday, Dec. 17, Chil- dren's Home Society will have a table set up at Magic Mart, located in the Red Oaks Shop- ping Center in Ronceverte. We will begin selling Little Red Stocking at 11 a.m. and continue throughout the day. Please stop by and donate to a wonderful cause and help a child in need. Children's Home Society of West Virginia is a nonprofit child welfare organization whose mission is to promote the well-being of children. The announces ours With the conclusion of Final exams on Dec. 16, the New River Community and Techni- cal College Library located on the Greenbrier Valley Cam- pus in Lewisburg, will oper- ate from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. That schedule will be in effect until the beginning of the new semester on Jan. 17, except for Dec. 26 - Jan. 2 when the li college will be closed for the holiday break. It is not too late to enroll for spring semester classes at New River, but anyone need- ing financial aid should ap- ply immediately in order to receive their aid early in the semester. For additional in- formation, contact the Green- brier Valley Campus at 304- 647-6560. Market continued from Front Page ethics and conduct." The let- ter also expressly states that "these criteria would exclude some 2011 vendors in Lewis- burg." Peregoy said in a letter dated Nov. 30 to the GVFM members that "the Lewisburg Farmers Market has no inten- tion of relinquishing the time and location that it has oper- ated from for ten years." He said, 'Wee are also aware, from recent conversations with the church, that they have offered you no such lease" of the use of the parking lot. Peregoy said the Lewisburg Farmers Market has received "high ac- claim" throughout the state from peers and consumers alike. Its success, he said, was attributed to the vendors' sustained efforts of "show- ing up at the same time and place" for the past ten years. Michael Buttrill of Boot- straps Farm and a cofounder of LFM, said, "We are the le- gal entity for the Lewisburg Farmers Market and are the ones with a history with the church." But, he added, the "dysfunction" which gave those dissenting members positions on the board did oc- cur, and as a result, "we have lost access to the mail box key and the market's I'mancial re- cords." Buttrill urged vendor mem- bers, including the three for- mer members of the market, "not to give up faith in the organization that has made the LFM known as a model market for the entire state.'" Ronceverte continued from Front Page service. • By all accounts, the Christ- mas Parade in Ronceverte was over an hour long and "better than anybody's!" • The next city council meet- ing be held on Jan. 9, 2012. Merry Christmas! He added, "I especially want Wesffarm, Morgan Orchard and Mountaintop Farm to know that they are welcome at the market." He confirmed and emphasized, echoing the sentiment of the church and the city of Lewisburg, that any and all negative behav- ior against any vendor will not be tolerated. "We need to come to a compromise and move forward with the LFM for the benefit of all," he said. "We have had a great market and we should all be proud to have established in our small community what some larger cities do not have." The Lewisburg Farmers Market has been placed on the Dec. 20 agenda of the Lewisburg city council meet- ing to be held next Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The purpose is to seek permission from the council to vend their produce at the market space located at Arbuckle Lane and Hwy. 219. The vendors urge the commu- nity to attend. continued from Front Page meeting. She handed out the list of meetings, hostess list, lessons and leaders for 2012 along with the reading list. There Gill be no meeting in January and the February meeting be at the Exten- sion office with Dot Feamster as hostess. The club had decided to make a donation to Penny Pitch instead of a gift ex- change and helping a needy family. Mary Liz Richmond collected the money and she Gill make the donation to Penny Pitch. After a delicious meal and a time of fellowship, the group gathered around the Christ- mas tree for a photo. After wishing everyone a Merry Christmas, the meeting was adjourned. Public Meetings Lewisburg City Council will meet Tuesday, Dec. 20 at 7:30 p.m. at Lewisburg City Hall, 942 Wash- ington Street West, in the Paul R. Cooley Council Chamber. On the agenda: • Visitors' Reports (10-minute limit per subject not on the agenda) - Lewisburg Farmers Market • Approval of Minutes - Regular Session, Nov. 15, 2011 • Communications from the Mayor - Volunteer of the year • Resolutions - Resolution 382, Radio Read Meter Project Draw Request No. 5 • Communications from Council Committees - Finance Committee a. Report from Dec. 13, 2011 meeting b. Downtown Water Line Replacement Project Order No. 2 - Public Works Committee a. Report from Dec. 13, 2011 meeting - Public Safety Committee a. Report from Dec. 6, 2011 meeting b. Consideration of One Way on Lafayette Street - Resolution 383, General Fund Budget Revision #3 • Communications from City Council members • Communications from Boards and Commissions - Planning Commission Report a. Report from the Dec. 1,2011 meeting - Parks Commission Report - No meeting was held • Communications from Police Department - Report from Chief Stover • Communications from Fire Department - Report from Chief Pennlngton Change Greenbrier County Commission will meet Wednesday, Dec. 21 at 7 p.m. in room 212. On the agenda: • Pay bills • TIFF bill • Consider funding of outside entities • Consider credit card policy Please Note: There will not be a public comment section. Mountain Transit Authority Board of Directors will meet Wednesday, Dec. 28 at 7 p.m. at the MTA garage/office facility on Broad Street in Summersville. The public is invited to attend. www.mountainmessenger.co_m r~ Lewisburg site houses many different programs that are vital to the community. The programs include Foster Care and Adoption, Right from the Start, WE CAN Mentoring Program, Youth Services and Emergency Shelter Care : For questions or to get In- volved, please call Bridgettle Stonestreet at 304-647-3430 or email bstonestreet@childl - swv.org. ,,. White Sulphur Springs One bedroom, 1 bath second floor apartment on Patterson Street in WSS. Charming, walking distance to The Greenbrier. $495, includes gas heat. Alderson Beautiful large one bedroom upstairs apartment with huge rooms, hardwood floors and use of lovely yard to garden & enjoy the summer! Monroe St. in Alderson. $450.00 per month. Rent includes gas heat, water & sewer. 707-513-8750 42126 Partly cloudy. Highs in the low 40s and lows in the mid 20s. 54/37 A few clouds. Highs in the mid 50s and lows in the upper 30s. / 51/38 Occasional showers pos- sible. Highs in the low 50s and lows in the upper 30s. 48/36 Chance of showers. Highs in the upper 40s and lows in the mid 30s. 53/34 A ~w clouds. 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