White Hall student to represent Marion County in State Math Field Day competition | Community columns

Hello clean room!

What a fantastic week. Snow, temperatures over 70 degrees and rain. It’s spring.

Many potholes at the entrance to Middletown Commons have been fixed and the new entrance looks good. It should be finished soon. What a nice addition to the Commons.

Happy Birthday

Happy 98th birthday to Veronica Mick from your loving family and friends! Have a happy and fantastic birthday Veronica.

Flea market and sale of pastries

Everyone is welcome to participate. The date is Saturday, April 9 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Kingmont Community Building. Tables will cost $5 each. Contact Paula Blumetto at 304-366-5102 to reserve your table. Tables can be set on Friday. 50/50 tickets will also be available. Contact Teresa Stacy via Facebook with a private message.

White Hall Primary School

Congratulations to White Hall Elementary fourth grader Will Fullen, who placed third in Regional Math Field Day on March 26. He will now move on to National Field Math Day to compete. Congratulations Will.

April 1: Way to Go Wildcats announced

April 5: Group Photo Day by Lifetouch in the Creative Arts Room

April 6: PTO meeting / LSIC meeting

April 11: Curriculum Team Meeting

April 13: Easter celebrations in the classrooms

April 14: Professional Learning Day and Faculty Senate, no school for students

April 15-22: Spring Break, no school in session

April 23: Mathematics Field Day Status Level. Good luck to Will Fullen, a fourth grader from White Hall Elementary, who will represent Marion County

May 3-5: WVGSA tests at White Hall for 3rd and 4th graders. Please do not schedule doctor or dentist appointments on these days. Make sure your child gets a good night’s sleep and a healthy breakfast.

May 9: Field trip for school to play Shrek Jr. Authorization slips and cost will be sent home prior to trip.

May 16: May 27: iReady diagnostic test window

May 21: Remake Learning Day in STEAM and Aerodynamics, Grades 3-8

May 25: 4th year of progression to WFMS 8:30 a.m. departure, 9 a.m. arrival, 10 a.m. departure

May 25: Our 4th year “graduation” celebration in the pavilion, weather permitting

Beverly CEO Meeting

The Community Educational Outreach Service, or CEOS, will meet on Monday, April 4 at 1 p.m. The lesson will be “American fashion through the decades”. Carol Merrill will be the lesson facilitator.

The meeting will take place at the Beverly Clubhouse on Nixon School Road. Visitors are welcome at the meeting and new members are always welcome.

The Morgantown area meeting, hosted by Preston County, will be held May 7 at 9 a.m. at the Masontown Volunteer Fire Department.

White Hall Town Council

The White Hall Town Council met in the council chambers of the White Hall Town Hall. Mayor John Michael called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m., followed by the oath of allegiance, prayer, roll call, approval of minutes, treasurer, and financial reports.

Treasurer and Financial Reports: March 22 The Treasurer and Financial Reports were adopted as presented.

Communications and Announcements: Carolina Improvement Association thank you card for $175 tow donation, toll laying meeting will be April 19 at 6:00 p.m.

Executive Discussion: Community Development.

Marion County EMS Report: 21 calls in White Hall for the month of February, total calls for Marion County in February were 928, transports to Mon-Marion Neighborhood Hospital total 40 and a total of 47 outbound transports, calls from March 1 to March 28

At White Hall, there were 18 with the total number of calls for the Marion County Rescue Team totaling 846, march transports to hospital totaling 29 and a total of 29 transports out of the ‘hospital.

Streets and Highways: Streets and Highways workshop meeting on April 5 at 5 p.m. and is open to the public.

Audit Committee: reported city coordinator can be disbanded for the year, auditor will sign documents sent to state and wait until September so they can complete both audits at the same time if state l ‘approved.

Police Department: Police Chief Guerrieri reported March stats at next meeting and new officer from April 10 or 11.

Municipal Coordinator Cindy Stover:

Announced that she and City Clerk, Mary Seese, will be traveling to Charleston on April 14 for a 2-hour training with the DNR.

Received a link to the $100,000 Kubota Hometown Proud Grant Program, applications are submitted Kubota, chooses 5 winners to receive $100,000 to invest in beatification and city improvement projects. First of compliance reports for US stimulus funds, only $4,000 has been spent on what has been received so far.

City Engineer Brad Pigott: reported beautification permit has been approved and will work with City Coordinator to make additions; Chronology of the Lavender and Garnet project. Brad said it wouldn’t be a good idea to put the project out to tender until the right-of-way issues are resolved.

New Business to Consider: City Coordinator reported $8,000 decrease in property taxes, amount to be deducted from City Hall fund – motion passed, Pine Lane improvements and annexation filed until April 5 workshop, no more quotes for the fence behind the pavilion before voting on the project, the stage purchase was postponed for the community music event and the stage rental instead, resolution 22 -003 to enforce contractor and fixed company records was passed, phase one of the Emerald, Lavender & Garnet drainage improvement project, the project increased engineering costs and revised construction cost of 261,861 $.44 was adopted.

Closing Remarks: Board Member Bob Wotring would like to invite Camping World to bring campers to White Hall Spring Fling on May 14, so attendees can visit the campers. Deputy Mayor Tim Ridenour indicated that he had the privilege of crowning the Senior Queen of Three Rivers and would like the town to participate in the Three Rivers Festival Parade in May and would like to see the town apply for recognition with the Municipal League for our embellishment. Community projects and events. Adjournment.

contacts

If you have news, birthdays or anniversaries call Claudia at 304-534-2756, if leaving a message leave your number or email me at claudiaholbert@yahoo.com. My article on White Hall for the Times WV will be published on Friday, so any information should be sent to me by Wednesday! Thanks for letting me know about events happening at or near White Hall.