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JOHN HART CHAPTER DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: will meet 1:30 p.m. Wednesday the Maxwell Room at The Arts Center in Elkins. There can be a brief program and refreshments. For extra data name 304 642-8320.
THE RANDOLPH COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONNEL: will meet at 12:30 p.m. Friday on the Steer Steakhouse. Candidates for Board of Education and native races can be current to talk and meet our members. There can be an Auction for scholarship fund, deliver an merchandise for that. All retired faculty personnel are welcome.
ELKINS CHURCH WOMEN UNITED: will meet 10 a.m. Friday at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church at 302 First Street to arrange for May Friendship Day Celebration. Everyone is welcome. If you may have any questions, please name Jane at 304 636-6434.
EARTH DAY TREE PLANTING/CITY PARK CLEAN-UP: Join Elkins Friends of Trees and Elkins Parks and Recreation volunteers in planting new younger bushes and different clean-up/gardening initiatives within the Elkins City Park Friday starting at 11 a.m. Meet on the giant pavilion. Bring gloves and gardening instruments you probably have them, however some can be obtainable. Dress for acceptable climate; the occasion takes place rain or shine. For extra data, contact Owen Peet, EPRC, 304-642-8680.
BIG GAME BANQUET: The Monongahela Chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation will host a Big Game Banquet Saturday on the Beverly Fire Department. Doors will open at 5 p.m. For extra data, name 304-282-9627.
EHS CLASS OF 1972: will maintain a planning assembly to finalize plans for the 50-year reunion. The assembly can be 3 p.m. Saturday at Applebee’s restaurant in Elkins. All are welcome to attend. The reunion is scheduled to be held on June 17-18. Call or textual content 304-472-0555 for extra data.
HIDDEN SPACES TOUR: The Beverly Heritage Center will host a behind the scenes tour of 4 historic buildings Saturday. The tour will embrace the Logan House, website of the primary amputation of the Civil War; the Collett House that’s house to the earliest recognized graffiti related to a Civil War battle; the 1841 Randolph County Jail which can quickly home some thrilling new reveals; and the I.O.O.F. constructing, a completely accomplished preservation work that’s now obtainable for public use. To buy tickets of for extra data, name 304-637-7424 for more information.
RAMP BURGER MEAL: The American Legion Post 29 at 326 Railroad Avenue in Elkins can be internet hosting a ramp burger meal on Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., or till bought out. The meal will include a ramp burger with all of the trimmings, French fries, baked beans, water and a dessert. Eat in or take out. For extra data, name 304-636-3930.
MEET THE BOARD OF EDUCATION CANDIDATES NIGHT: The Randolph County Democratic Women’s Club is sponsoring a chance for constituents to satisfy all of the non-partisan candidates for the Randolph County Board of Education Wednesday, April 27, on the Homestead Community Center in Dailey from 6-8 p.m. Democratic candidates for different workplaces can be invited to attend. Refreshments can be served. For extra data, contact Cindy Stemple, RCDWC, at 304-641-0751.
ARBOR DAY CELEBRATION: The City of Elkins Tree Board official recognition of Arbor Day will happen Friday, April 29, at 2 p.m. at Glendale Park. The occasion consists of the Mayor’s proclamation of Arbor Day and the planting of a tree donated by the West Virginia Division of Forestry. The Emma Scott Garden Club may even be planting a tree at Bluegrass Park at 5 p.m. on the identical day. For extra data, contact Marilynn Cuonzo, Elkins Tree Board, 304-621-5900.
EARTH DAY CELEBRATION: An afternoon of celebrating the planet can be Saturday, April 30, from midday till 2 p.m. on the Elkins City Park. The occasion is sponsored by the Women’s Club of Elkins, the Randolph County Democratic Women’s Club, the Elkins Tree Board and the Elkins Parks and Recreation Commission. There can be youngsters’s actions, shows, interactive video games, tree seedlings and reusable totes giveaways. The poster and poet-tree contests winners can be introduced. The occasion takes place rain or shine. For extra data contact Jane Birdsong, RCDWC, 304-621-5809.
RAMP DINNER: The Mt. Grove Volunteer Fire Department will host a ramp dinner starting at 11 a.m. on May 1. The menu will embrace ramps, uncooked, cooked and in a novel salad; fried potatoes with or with out ramps, tavern ham, beans, cornbread, drinks and desserts. Dine-in and to go orders obtainable. Adults are $12 and youngsters ages 6-11 are $7 and youngsters beneath 6 eat at no cost. For extra data name Dennis Roth at 304-698-6444.
YARD SALE: The Washington District Community Club will host a yard sale 8 a.m. to three p.m. on May 5-6 on the Washing to Districty Volunteer Fire Company. Money raised will sppurt Washington District Elementary School and different members of the neighborhood.
BLOOD SCREENING: The Elkins Kiwanis Club is sponsoring their Multiphasic Blood Screening on May 7 and May 14 on the Randolph County Senior Center situated on the nook of Fifth Street and Railroad Avenue from 7-10 a.m. The multiphasic blood check consists of 30 some exams and prices $45. These exams assist in detecting illness at an early stage. No appointment is critical. For additional data please name 1-800-524-3414.
KASSON SCHOOL REUNION: can be May 7 on the New Beginnings Church, a few mile north of Kasson School. Anyone who graduated from Kasson High School or attended Kasson Elementary or Middle School is eligible to attend. A social hour fellowship time can be at 3 p.m., with dinner at 5:30 p.m., adopted by recognitions, prizes and leisure. For extra data, name Dianna Cline at 304-457-4512.
PLANT SALE: The eighth Annual Emma Scott Garden Club Plant Sale can be 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday May 14 at The Arts Center in Elkins. The sale will characteristic annuals, perennials, and houseplants from member gardens in addition to a backyard bazaar with distinctive objects together with baked items.
AL-ANON: Meets on the Davis Memorial Presbyterian Church each Wednesday from 7-8 p.m.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: Meets each Monday at 6 p.m. at Full Gospel Fellowship within the Glenmore Loop. For extra data name 304-642-1244.
ALLEGHENY REGIONAL FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY: Meets the second Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. within the library on the IOOF constructing situated on the Beverly Five-Lane. Those taken with family tree are inspired to attend and change into a member. The library is open on Wednesdays from 1-4 p.m. Other days by appointment. For data name 304-636-1650 or 304-636-8528.