BSC's Beckley Campus Features New Computer Labs
||Monday, February 10 1997
||BSC's Beckley Campus Features New Computer Labs
With several new computer-aided instruction programs and CD-ROMs in the computer lab, students at Bluefield State College's Beckley Campus have the opportunity to participate in enhanced learning with enhanced visual aids.
"The addition of these programs means our students can view a more accurate 3-dimensional simulation of actual nursing assessment and procedures," noted Debra Vest, BSC Beckley Campus nursing instructor. The computer lab is utilized by BSC A.S. nursing and radiologic technology students, in addition to students taking technical writing and software applications classes, as well as participants in BSC's Veterans Upward Bound program.
"Students in our nursing program can share the same interactive instructional CD-ROM, but proceed at their individual pace," Vest explained. "It is truly self-paced learning."
The installation of the new computer programs for instruction in nursing augments the BSC A.S. nursing program, whose 1996 graduates achieved the highest Registered Nurses (RN) licensure passage rate of any nursing program in West Virginia. Data released by the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses showed BSC 1996 A.S. Nursing grads taking the examination for the first time (10/1/95-9/30/96) achieved a 95.45% passage rate, best among the 19 nursing programs in West Virginia.
BSC students taking the national registry examination in radiography when it was administered in July achieved a 100% passage rate. Twenty-two BSC rad. tech. students passed the certification examination in radiography administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, providing licensure for the graduate to practice as a registered radiographer.
Seminar - Menopause and Domestic Violence - Feb. 24
||Friday, February 07 1997
||Seminar - Menopause and Domestic Violence - Feb. 24
The "Women's Health Care Issues For Nurses' series at Bluefield State College will feature the program "Menopause and Domestic Violence," February 24, 1997, 4 p.m.-8 p.m. in the Tierney Conference Center for Continuing Education, Dickason Hall, on the BSC campus.
The presenter will be Dr. Dean Cunningham, MD, Ph.D. Dr. Cunningham has more than 15 years' experience in obstetrical care, as well as research experience and publishing in the field of immunology. He is currently in private practice with Bluefield Medical Associates, Inc. at Bluefield Medical Center.
The "Women's Health Care Issues for Nurses' series has been organized by Bluefield State Assistant Professor of Nursing Kathy Linkous, MSN, RN. These seminars have been designed to enhance the educational needs of Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses. This program is approved to award 4.0 contact hours.
The program is offered through the BSC Center for Economic Enhancement and Educational Outreach at BSC. Registration is $15 in advance, $20 on the day of the seminar. Seating is limited so early registration is advised. Additional information may be obtained through the BSC Center for Economic Enhancement & Educational Outreach @ (304) 327-4071.
Veterans Upward Bound Program at BSC Exceeds Goal
||Friday, February 07 1997
||Veterans Upward Bound Program at BSC Exceeds Goal
The Bluefield State College Veterans Upward Bound Program has exceeded its fiscal year goal of enrolling 128 participants in the program, even though the program is just four months into its new year.
VUB Director Ron Holt attributed the popularity of the program, which is designed to assist service veterans, to an increased awareness of its success. "To date, the Veterans Upward Bound program at BSC has placed many veterans in postsecondary education," Holt said. "The program gives veterans the opportunity to continue their education and/or pursue their individual goals."
The Veterans Upward Bound ProgramÕs services include career and academic counseling and testing, short-term refresher courses in computers, math, and sciences, and assistance in completing college entrance applications, SAT/ACT applications, and financial aid forms. Veterans Upward Bound services are free to qualifying service veterans in the program, and the program pays a monthly stipend to help offset expenses for eligible veterans.
"Although we have met our goal for participants in this 12-week term, we still have a limited amount of available funding to provide services to additional qualifying veterans on a first-come/first-served basis," Holt noted. "We are looking for service veterans interested in pursuing postsecondary education--through college or through some type of vocational-technical training."
The Veterans Upward Bound Program has offices at BSC campuses in Bluefield (327-4288), Beckley (255-5866), and Lewisburg (645-6123). Additional information may be obtained by calling (toll-free) at 1-888-428-0485.
Holt also announced the addition of Al Hancock, a VUB counselor in Bluefield, to staff. "Our growth has come as a result of a program that meets important needs of service veterans. We've been successful, too, because of a hard-working faculty and staff, and because of the willingness of Bluefield State to make us a part of the College community."
BSC Offers Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program
||Wednesday, February 05 1997
||BSC Offers Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program
Bluefield State College Accounting Club students and BSC accounting faculty members will offer free tax assistance to area residents through the VITA program sponsored by the Internal Revenue Service. Free tax assistance will be offered on the following schedule: each Wednesday, now through April 9, 1 p.m.-4 p.m. (except March 19) in Mahood Hall, room 118, on the BSC campus. Assistance will be provided on three Saturdays (February 8, March 8, and April 12), 1 p.m.-4 p.m. in the Craft Memorial Library, Bluefield.
According to William Goodman, BSC associate professor of accounting, "Volunteers alert taxpayers to special credits and deductions with items such as credit for the elderly and sale of residence."
"Taxpayers seeking assistance should bring this year's tax package, usually received through the mail, wage and earning statements (Forms W-2) received from employers, interest statements from banks (Forms 1099), a copy of last year's federal and state tax return, if available, 1994 tax return, if available, and any other relevant information concerning income and expenses," added William Bradberry, BSC assistant professor of accounting.
In 1996, BSC volunteers contributed more than 300 hours' service, assisting area residents in completing income tax returns. Bradberry and Goodman are coordinating Bluefield State's participation in this year's VITA program.
"Our students enjoy the satisfaction of helping other people, and many people find this service very meaningful because it helps them to complete their tax returns in a way that's comfortable for them," Goodman concluded.
Additional information may be obtained by calling Professor William Goodman, Bluefield State College, @ (304) 327-4107.
BSC January Activities Report
||Friday, January 31 1997
||BSC January Activities Report
- Served as a host site for the WVNET Winternet Tour, two days of free workshops for staff and area residents designed to help them "navigate the information superhighway and develop dynamic Web pages
- Hosted a financial aid workshop for prospective college students and their families
- Prepared for and promoted a variety of Black History Month activities to take place at Bluefield State College during February
- Proceeded with several campus improvement projects, including excavation preceding the construction of an elevator that will bring Conley Hall, the College's administrative building, into compliance with ADA regulations
- Directed three workshops, through Student Support Services, designed to enhance students' study skills
- Conducted Spring Semester general registration at BSC sites in Bluefield, Beckley, Lewisburg, and Welch
- Implemented "Weekend College," and an expanded offering of Instructional Television courses for this semester
- Released Fall Semester Dean's and President's Lists, with 280 students earning Dean's List recognition and 115 meriting inclusion in the President's List
- Welcomed William B. Bales, Senior Vice President International, Norfolk Southern Corporation, as the first participant in BSC's "Executive In Residence" program. He addressed BSC Business Division students and faculty during his two-day visit
- Hosted, in BSC President's home, a reception during which area business and industry leaders met William B. Bales
- BSC faculty member received notification that the French National Research Center of Prehistory has adopted his explanation of the calendar system used by the early Celts in France
- BSC Director of Institutional Advancement and Planning began her term as CEO of the Greater Bluefield Chamber of Commerce
- BSC-TV 10, the television production and programming component of BSC, rebroadcast on the Bluefield area television cable system two Bluefield City Board of Directors meetings and the December monthly Mercer County Board of Education meeting
- BSC President presented a program regarding the College to the Princeton Kiwanis Club
- BSC Title III Program Director was featured speaker at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Luncheon in Richlands, VA
- Nursing faculty member participated in 1997 Nursing Education national conference in Orlando, FL
- Campus Activities Director delivered presentation, "Technology and Student Organizations," at WVASPA Conference
- Completed a customized Microsoft Excel program for six employees of Pemco, Inc. This follows a customized Microsoft Word program for Pemco last semester and precedes a final program to include customized training on desktop publishing
- Began a customized training program on Microsoft Office for employees of First Century Bank in Bluefield, WV. Program will continue through 1997 with more than 50 employees to participate
- Completed first review by Turner Vision (Bluefield, WV) management of compensable factors identified for the company. This is part of project to develop compensation system for the company, whose workforce has grown from 50 to more than 500 during the past three years. Project is funded through the Governor's Guaranteed Workforce Program
- Screening BSC Engineering Technology and Business Administration students for internship with BF Goodrich Aerospace in Union, WV. Currently one BSC intern is assisting the plant in producing detailed work instructions for its product line, and the company has requested additional assistance
- Completed initial meeting with President of DS Parts, in Bluefield, WV, to coordinate completion of an organized diagnostic- needs assessment to serve as a part of the company's application for support from the Governor's Guaranteed Workforce Program. The company, a remanufacturer of auto parts, plans to hire about 20 new employees in the next year'. Training initiatives are geared to support this and any future growth
- Preparing to host "Is Training The Solution?", a free seminar that is the initial program sponsored by the WV Region 7 Training Network
- Conducted a seminar (open to the public), "The Joy of Herbs," through BSC's Creative Retirement Center
- BSC's Center for International Understanding (CIU) has continued preparation for a training program on Fiscal Federalism for two groups of Bosnian officials from March through May, 1997
- BSC CIU is preparing a brochure outlining CIU capabilities for Customized Training Programs for international entrepreneurs and officials
- BSC CIU Customized Technical Assistance Training Programs for the United States Information Agency include preparation for three training programs, showcasing American business practices, local governance, and the legal profession & the administration of justice in Appalachia
- CIU is preparing capability statement for inclusion in an application for membership in the National Council of International Visitors, a liaison organization for the USIA
- CIU is preparing three brochures ("Center for International Understanding"," International Trade and Investment," and "Export Assistance Services") for circulation
- CIU director and administrative assistant attended a "Training the Trainer" workshop
- The scholarly journal Commonwealth Novel in-English is moving toward publication and circulation in 34 countries
- CIU is moving toward establishing "English as a Second Language" non-credit course offering for international students and professionals, beginning Fall Semester 1997
- CIU is recruiting West Virginia business leaders for a trade mission to Russia, May 31 - June 19, 1997
- CIU submitted semiannual report to West Virginia Development- Appalachian Regional Commission office about "International Trade and Investment: Export Assistance Services," an ARC-funded project
- Have scheduled the following continuing educations for Bluefield, Beckley, and Lewisburg: Fundamentals of Programmable Logic Controllers, Analysis of the National Electric Code, Shop-Floor Mathematics; Blueprint Reading; Engineering Economics; and Business Communications
- Initiated review of technology and training materials that will be part of a "Workforce Development Center" at BSC. The center will be run in partnership with the Greater Bluefield Chamber of Commerce, and will provide a wide range of performance improvement programs and resources for employees of business & industry
- Coordinating an informational seminar on the WV Small Business Workforce Program, in partnership with the Economic Development Division of the Greater Bluefield Chamber of Commerce. The seminar will introduce small businesses to this new workforce training program and assist them in accessing its services
- Participated in a partnership effort with the Governor's Guaranteed Workforce Program, Industrial Plating and Machinery of Princeton, WV, the Mercer County Technical Education Center, the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and Development, and the Robert C. Byrd Institute to improve efforts and programs to develop qualified employees for manufacturing firms
- Took part in a taskforce focused upon stimulating economic development by attracting retirees to relocate to this region. Partners in this effort include the Greater Bluefield Chamber of Commerce, Princeton/Mercer County Chamber of Commerce, Tazewell County (VA) Chamber of Commerce, First Century Bank of Bluefield, Premier Bank, Adventure Communications, and Glenwood Park Retirement Village
- Began researching the demand for a certificate program for "Gerontological Care-Giving." Needs assessment with health care professionals is being prepared, and focus groups will also be used to develop program if data supports the existence of a job market for graduates of such a program
- Met with officials of WV State College to discuss opportunities for partnering on various academic, economic development, and workforce development programs
Fall Semester 1996 Dean's List and President's List
||Thursday, January 30 1997
||Fall Semester 1996 Dean's List and President's List
Bluefield State College has released its "Dean's List" and "President's List"for the Fall Semester, 1996.
Two hundred eighty BSC students earned "Dean's List" recognition, and 115 additional students earned "President's List" honors. To be eligible for the Dean's List, a student must carry a minimum of 12 semester hours, earn a grade point average for the semester of 3.25 or better, and fail no courses. President's List students must carry a minimum of 12 semester hours, earn a grade point average for the Fall Semester of 3.8 or better, and receive no "D" or "F" grades.
Dean's List _____________Youngstown, OH Jason A Zetts ____________ Bland, VA Tanya L Ramsey ______________ Bluefield, VA Jennifer M Anderson Calvert R Ciampanella Betty J Kuppusami Mary E Rice Barbara F Royce James E Smith ________________ Cedar Bluff, VA Michael S Bales Pamela G Sparks _____________ Clinchco, VA Michael S Ramey ___________ Dublin, VA Sabrina M Houchins _______________ N Tazewell, VA Daniel C Bowling ___________________ North Tazewell, VA Bradley M Carter __________________ Pounding Mill, VA Cullen P Medley ______________ Richlands, VA Neil E Moore ______________ Rocky Gap, VA Carla M Ferguson Richard D Worley _______________ West Point, VA Bryan C Bishop ____________ Wolford, VA Fabian D Stacy _____________ Alderson, WV Jason H Ballengee Helen F Boone Margaret C Hypes Kelly M Spade Carrie L Thomas ____________ Anawalt, WV Douglas L Miller John D Pack Denise M Sandifer ___________ Asbury, WV Deborah M Hughes ___________ Athens, WV Mildred C Fizer Earl J Higginbotham Tina M Howell Dena R Wiley ____________ Ballard, WV Erin S Lester Carrie M Newhouse Kennie W Spencer Carol S Wilson ______________ Ballengee, WV Amy C Sims Paulette D Sims ___________ Beaver, WV Amber L Lilly ____________ Beckley, WV Heather N Dickens Steven E Moore Blake R Percival Terri L Schuetz ____________ Berwind, WV Michael V Hicks Paul D Salyers ______________ Bluefield, WV Tiffney M Asbury Kamala J Bane Walter L Barnett Melissa M Blankenship Dallas W Bragg Jeremy A Burgess Tracie M Carosi Dianna Carter Kevin T Cullen William H Cuthbertson Eric M Dodson Clinton M Doughty William G Early Jonathan R Farley Millissa L Ferrell Robert W Finley Christie L Gaither Edith F Gonderman Crystal L Green Lynn M Harry Brian K Hertig Cynthia L Higgins Kelly E Hurt Samantha D Keene Christine L Kegley Christopher M Lafferty Shawn D Lusk Robin C Mills Kimberly E Moore Carri A Neal Lavonne M Pruitt LaDonna A Rowe William A Sarver Michael L Sherer Alice V Simmons Jagdev Singh Daniel Smothers Steven M Taylor Jason R Thomason Anne M Tomblin James S Vines Lisa L Walker Erich G Walls Melanie A Walls David W Waselchalk Crystal D White Robbi A Wyatt _____________ Bluewell, WV Leah R Combs Kelli M Hall _____________ Bradshaw, WV Alfred D Perry ____________ Brenton, WV Tonya R Vance ____________ Buckeye, WV Tonya L Dean ____________ Charmco, WV Frederick F Thompson ______________ Coal City, WV Angela M Smith Mickey P Udy _____________ Coalwood, WV Christopher L Bell Zanna R Litteral _______________ Cool Ridge, WV Donna J Sizemore _________________ Crab Orchard, WV Okey M Hendrick Tara A Hutchens _____________ Crumpler, WV Derek M Harris ____________ Daniels, WV Tara Sizemore ____________ Drennen, WV Joni L Phares ___________ Elbert, WV Mary A Parks ______________ Frankford, WV Olivia G Boone ____________ Freeman, WV Melissa I Tickle ______________ Gap Mills, WV Tammy J Galford ________________ Glen Daniel, WV Felicia A Pettry _____________________ Green Sul Springs, W Angela B Trail _______________ Greenville, WV Sheila G Butler Kenneth P Humphries ______________ Hillsboro, WV Vanessa R McLaughlin Carol R Roberts ___________ Hinton, WV Gregory A Adkins ___________ Iaeger, WV Willie A Owens ___________ Jessee, WV James M Justice ___________ Kegley, WV Nina S Cochran _____________ Keystone, WV Mechelle L Nichols Patricia S Nichols ____________ Kimball, WV Herb M Goebel Angela R Robinette ___________ Leckie, WV Erin S Bailey James A Bailey ___________ Leslie, WV Ginger M Harper ___________ Lester, WV Teresa L McCoy ______________ Lewisburg, WV Dawn N Campbell Elizabeth M DeVito James L Hoover Julia L Kowal Kent A Redden Lori L Shafer Jessica M Stull _____________ Lindside, WV Deborah L Sams ______________ Marlinton, WV Cynthia D Broce Peggy M Garber Bryan P Snyder Tawnya D Terry Kathryn D Wilson ____________ Matoaka, WV Misty L Lusk Melissa D Williams ______________ Maxwelton, WV Diana L Greene Cynthia M Terry ____________ McComas, WV Angel M Taylor _____________ Montcalm, WV Lisa A Comer Heather M Haynes _______________ Mount Hope, WV Elizabeth A Daniels Richard E Midkiff ____________ Mullens, WV Barbara S Bailey Heather D Brehm Jeffrey B Presley Lisa D Quesenberry _________________ New Richmond, WV Michael D Mullens ____________ Newhall, WV Joseph V Boothe ______________ Northfork, WV Jeremy S Crews James E Houghtaling _____________ Oak Hill, WV Karen K Cassell Hillary D Law Shawn M Pennington ___________ Oceana, WV Brian P Morgan ____________ Pageton, WV Cynthia L Cameron _______________ Payneville WV Sarah L Hall _______________ Peterstown, WV James A Amos Kathleen R Bloomer Lisa C Boggess Staci C Bonds Michelle L Canterbury Cody Chambers Benjamin D Frazier Byron A Hurley Melissa D Walters _____________ Pickaway, WV Elizabeth J Ryan ______________ Pineville, WV Tonya E Adkins Franklin A Bradford _____________ Pipestem, WV Hobert L Phillips _____________ Powhatan, WV Jeffrey W Lusk ______________ Princeton, WV Carole A Akers Abdulla M Al-Abdulla Khaled A Al-Azmi Ziad F Al-Foraih Abdullah A Al-Fouzan Mesh'al A Al-Melhem Fayes M Al-Mutairi Saad A Al-Naseeb Faisal S Al-Zafiri Stephanie D Allen Destiny S Austin Sharon L Barker Samuel W Barnette April A Billips William E Bowman Yaser A Budustour Lisa K Burton Sheila V Cheeks Christie N Cook Marie E Farley Debra J Fedele Veronica L Fuller Lori C Hall Michael E Hess Kenneth A Holt Randall A Johnson Michael A Jones Keri W Mann Teresa Y Meadows Mary M Moshier Steven D Mullins Ashwini K Pathak John R Porterfield Jeremy S Powell John R Ralosky Gena L Ratcliffe David A Rodes Brandi L Saunders Kenneth W Sifford Suzanne L Six Tonia Sloan Ryan T Stinson Judy I Surface Kevin S Thompson Clara D Wadkins Alvin J Walker Janena M Walkup Christopher S Young _____________ Quinwood, WV Tina A Beam Melanie K Bevins Heather I Osborne _____________ Rainelle, WV Stephen B Gutshall Amanda S Martin Veronica A Pack Amanda L Powers ___________ Renick, WV Amber D Jackson _________ Rock, WV Tanya J East Mark A Gentry Paul C Gravely Dusty L Mills _______________ Roderfield, WV Sharon F McCoy _______________ Ronceverte, WV Amy L Baker Amy R Cogar Dennis C Dumont Shannon M Kirk ___________ Rupert, WV Joyce A Queen Jeffrey A Russell Emily E Viers __________ Simon, WV Lonnie E Blankenship Carla D Hatfield Jill R Keneda Renea Kennedy __________ Smoot, WV Terry L Holliday ___________ Sophia, WV Joshua P Hite Kandi L Murdock ___________ Squire, WV Michael C Fowler ______________ St Albans, WV Rick L McClung _______________ St. Marys, WV Veronica L Poynter _________________ Stony Bottom, WV Linda L Adams _________________ Summersville, WV April D McClung _____________ Surveyor, WV Donald W Broyles __________ Union, WV Jenifer D Dillon Vivian F Dowdy Jennifer S Elmore Melissa D Johnson Roger L Miller Jennifer L Walker ________ War, WV Lonny A Branch Willie H Sparks __________ Welch, WV Jed A DeFelice Craig M Hamilton Joe Hassan, III Mark S Myers Kristala K Stress _____________________ White Sulphur Spring, Lynn E McKinney _________________ Williamsburg, WV James M Jarrett _________________ Williamstown, WV Dencil E Brown ___________________ Madras Tamilnadu, Ramaswany Gopal ___________________ Naini, Allababad, Rajan Tripathi
President's List __________________ New Salisbury, IN Randi Lasley ______________ Bluefield, VA Matthew P Anderson Robert M Murphy Brenda K Zappia ___________ Grundy, VA Brady M Looney ___________________ North Tazewell, VA Wendy L Whitt __________________ North Tazewll, VA Teresa G Mullins __________________ Rural Retreat, VA Donald R Hutton _____________ Tazewell, VA Anthony S Hula _____________ Alderson, WV Steven W Baker Karen A Boyd Kelly J Bumgarner ____________ Anawalt, WV Brian K Blevins _____________ Arbovale, WV Patricia G Ervine _________ Auto, WV Ginger L Kishpaugh ____________ Beckley, WV Chris B Farrish ______________ Bluefield, WV Faisal A Abdulsalam Mohammad M Al-Dabbous Manal S Al-Dhaif Fahad Al-Oraini Arthur H Ball Shannon R Bowling Tracy N Buckner John F Carter Mark A Clarkson Lori L Coomes Elizabeth B Copley Mandy M Cox Chris-Tenna M Davidson Liyong Diao Christopher E Flynt Mindy R Jackson Jamie M Lambert David M Leedy Huilan Liang Denise K Maxey Melanie Moure Robert G Rolen Kimberly D Shumate ________________ Clintonville, WV Charles W Harper ____________ Crawley, WV James K Cox ____________ Dunmore, WV Rebecca C Grimes _________________ Fayetteville, WV Stuart A Taylor ______________ Frankford, WV Mollie S Duncan ______________ Gap Mills, WV William D Renn II _________ Gary, WV Nathan R Lawson ______________ Glen Fork, WV Darla J Irick _______________ Greenville, WV Todd J Dowdy Fredy L Wilson ______________ Hillsboro WV Ricky J Barkley Julia L Hefner ___________ Hinton, WV Jason K Cooper ___________ Iaeger, WV Dawna G Lester ____________ Keiffer, WV Melinda D Blankenship ____________ Kimball, WV Donna P Goebel _____________ Lashmeet, WV Keith W Shrewsbury ____________ Leivasy, WV Stephanie L Amick ______________ Lewisburg, WV Craig J Brown Michael J Dodd Melanie L Sheppard Cheri J Thymius _____________ Lindside, WV Kimberley B Boggs Mike L Christian Charles W Mossor Jamie S Ratliff ______________ Marlinton, WV Virginia S Calhoun ______________ Maxwelton, WV Lucy C Bell __________________ Meadow Bridge, WV Curran L Jones ____________ Pageton, WV Sherry L Woolridge _______________ Peterstown, WV Myra D Frazier Amy R Gravely ______________ Pineville, WV Angela D Brinegar Angela D Hoosier ______________ Princeton, WV Lisa M Adkins Naser M Al-Hendal Kimberley L Allison Adam L Coleman Donna J Harvey Velvet L Hebbert Amy S Hill Janet C Honaker Clinton L Lewis Bobbe L Manning Charles K McKenzie Mindi M Mullins Franklin J Patton, Jr. Andrew J Reed Marsha E Roland Gary A Ruth Dennis J Sabo Lisa R Smith Matthew S Vestal Adam D Watts Fred J Weber Tressie L Williby _____________ Quinwood, WV Charlotte A Barbe _____________ Rainelle, WV Robert J Grimmett _______________ Ravencliff, WV John L Lafferty Kimberly D Mayhew ___________ Renick, WV Phyllis A Harris Patricia A Perkins _________ Rock, WV William E Magarowicz Tonya L Roberts _______________ Ronceverte, WV Kevin D Hite Tina L Walton ___________ Rupert, WV Stephen W Baldwin Candice C Osborne Jason E Osborne _________________ Second Creek, WV Jennifer S Dermody ___________ Squire, WV Barbara E Bowman ____________ Talcott, WV Jane H Thompson __________ Union, WV James A Mincey __________ Welch, WV Maria D Hicks Daniel K Myers _____________________ White Sulphur Spring, WV Gail Y Toney _____________ Wolf Pen, WV Heather L Hendricks