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www.mou ntain messen,qer.com The Weekend Pa.perfor the Greenbrier Valley- Mountain Messen,qer Dec. 20, 2008 5A Fifteen, 20, 25, and 30-year employees: Dr. Craig Boisvert (left), Deborah Hughes, Dr. George Boxwell, Valeria Barfield, Sherry Phillips, Dr. Robert Fisk, Dr. Jones, and Dr. Arnold Hassen. WVSOM employees recognized The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine and presi- dent Olen Jones, Ph.D., recently recognized a group of employees for various years of service to the college. Five and 10-year employees honored included: Dr. Malcolm Modrzakowski, Dr. Lorenzo Pence, Marilea Butcher, Dr. Jones, Stephanie Schuler, and Whitney Etten, Dr. Christine Blue, William Reinholt, Dr. Gall Swarm, and Betty Wingler Fifteen, 20, 25, and 30-year employees included: Dr. Craig Boisvert, Deborah Hughes, Dr. George Boxwell, Valeria Barfield, Sherry Phillips, Dr. Robert Fisk, Dr. Jones, and Dr. Arnold Hassen. WVSOM is an award-winning, dynamic institution where a cut- ting edge curriculum exists side by side with the traditional val- ues of care, compassion, and empathy. WVSOM offers a legacy of excellence and is recognized worldwide for its efforts in ru- ral, family, and 1Jrimary care medicine. The college has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report magazine as one of the nation's best medical schools for ten straight years. Visit WVSOM on-line at www.wvsom.edu. Five and 10-year employees: Dr. Malcolm Modrzakowski (left), Dr. Lorenzo Pence, Marilea Butcher, Dr. Jones, Stephanie Schuler, and Whitney Etten. (Not pictured: Dr. Christine Blue, William Reinholt, Dr. Gall Swarm, and Betty Wingler.) Greenbrier Better Living Center and Thrift Store 435 N. Jefferson Street, Lewisburg Across From Colonial Ford 645-3618 551 West Main Street, Ronceverte 647-0551 Caldwel[, across from the Post Office 647-3003 Men. - Thurs. 9 am - 5 pm, Friday 9 am - 4:00 pm Sat. Closea Sunday 12 -4:30 pm ! ~ ~ Hewitt Insurance Jack L. Hewitt 21S E. Washingt0n St. Lewisburg, WV 24901 304-645-1802 hewittj@nati0nwide.c0m D Nationwide" On Your Side Auto Home Life Business ~43215-2~.~ ~ ~FI~ ~ly~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ il Aiternati:Es Treating Adolescents and Adults T CONTACT FORASSIS, ANCE WITH: Relationship Issues Life Transitions andAging Dec&ion Making Parenting Issues Anxiety and Depression Overcoming the Effects of Abuse & Trauma Problem Gamblers & their Families 122 N. Court St. Lewisburg, WV 24901 (304) 667-6050 Most Insurances & Private Pay Accepted t State Director Rick Rice re- cently announced that the USDA Rural Development West Vir- ginia Community Champion's Award was presented at a recent State Training Meeting held in Charleston. The award is pre- sented to Paula Moeller, Com- munity Facilities Specialist. Moeller was recognized for her commitment to rural America, her exemplary customer service utilizing Rural Renaissance marketing to perform above ex- pectations, her ability to bring innovation to her work, and for demonstrating strong leadership skills. She holds office hours in the Weston USDA Service Cen- ter at 24 Gateway Drive, Weston. However, Moeller travels the en- tire Mountain State to promote USDA Rural Development and its over 40 loan and grant pro- grams. "Ms. Moeller is a role model for all public servants. Her years of public service, breadth of knowledge and experience in Rural Development's various programs, and general commit- ment to her career is exempli- fied in her daily work," remarked Rice. "This now places Ms. Moeller in the running for the prestigious and competitive na- tional award of Community Champion." amplon nameq Rural Development serves as the lead Federal entity for rural development needs and admin- isters program assistance through its housing programs, business programs, and utilities programs. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all its pro- grams and activities on the ba- sis of race, color, national ori- gin, age, disability and where applicable, sex, marital status, familial status, parental status, religion, sexual orientation, ge- netic information, political be- liefs, reprisal, or because all or part of an individual's income isi derived from any public assis- tance program. (Not all prohib- ited bases apply to all programs.) Further information on USDA Rural Development may be ob- tained by visiting USDA's web site at www.rurdev.usda.gov. In West Virginia, call 1-800-295- 8228 to be put in touch with the appropriate personnel serving your county. Persons with dis- abilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (Braille, large print, audiotape, etc.) should contact USDA's TARGET Center at 202-720-2600 (voice and TDD). ........ TZ \ 'T i KS. Cellular haa a wide aeleetion popular phonea to keep you clo6e with amily and rienda. ~.~-< BLACKBERRY PEARLTM 8130 SMARTPHONE Take Facebook on the go. :. / i c'--~//f [ "-m