HospiceCare Love Light Tree
honors loved ones
HospiceCare has found their Love Light Tree to be a comforting way for people to honor their loved ones who have fought or are currently fighting a terminal illness. During this holiday season, the Love Light Tree will be displayed at the Peyton Hospice House beginning Dec. 1. There will also be a Love Light Wreath at City National Bank/Kroger during this time. For each donation made in memory or honor of a loved one, an ornament will be placed on the tree/wreath. A Holiday Open House is slated at the Peyton Hospice House on Thursday, Dec. 17, for anyone wishing to take a tour as well as enjoy some cookies and hot chocolate/coffee with the staff.
AHMH’s November/December schedule
American Heritage Music Hall at Island Park, 315 Monroe Avenue, Ronceverte is a nonprofit organization (Ref. IRS 501(c)3) and handicapped accessible. No alcohol and no smoking. All music nights doors open at 6 p.m., music starts at 7 to 10:30. Break at 8 p.m. for announcements and food. (Food and drinks supplied by the audience.) • Tuesdays: Dec. 1, 8, and 15 (closed Dec. 22) • Saturday Dance, Nov. 28: “Randy & The Goodson Boys” • Dec. 5: “High Country” • Dec. 19: “Country Proud” • Dec. 31: New Year’s Eve: “Night Riders.” Contacts: Charlie Massie 304-645-3982, Bill Evans 304-392-6079, website: www.americanheritagemusichall.org.
Mountain Party organizational meeting
Members of the West Virginia Mountain Party are invited to participate in the organization’s annual summit meeting Saturday, Dec. 5, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Carroll farm near Hurricane. If you’re a registered member and would like to attend, please phone Communications Director Tom Rhule at 304-989-1629 for more details. A pot-luck luncheon is planned, so please coordinate with Rhule, who has a check-off list of suggested menu categories for attendees to make our luncheon a well-rounded meal. Website is: www.mountainpartywv.com/2015-summit/.
Attention World War II Veterans
World War II Veterans, listen up! The Greenbrier Valley Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution is hereby inviting all WW II veterans residing within the jurisdictional bounds of the Greenbrier Valley Chapter (Greenbrier, Fayette, Summers, Monroe, Pocahontas and Raleigh counties) to breakfast. The honorary breakfast will be at Shoney’s restaurant in Lewisburg Saturday, Dec. 5, beginning at 9:30 a.m. This is a token of appreciation from the descendants of the veterans who fought to make America free to the WW II veterans who fought to keep America free. Veterans will be given an opportunity to share their favorite personal war-story.
Williamsburg Ruritan Club Shooting Match
will be held Saturday, Dec. 5, at 7 p.m. at the Williamsburg Community Building. Match is 8 rounds – 12 gauge guns only – full choke (.690) or larger only. Seven rounds at $2 per shot. Eighth round 50/50 at $5 per shot. Must compete in all initial 7 rounds to qualify for round 8. Cash prizes awarded. Food and refreshments available. Sponsored by Williamsburg Ruritan Club. Proceeds benefit community service projects.
Weekly Al-Anon meeting
is held every Thursday, 7-8 p.m. at Lewisburg United Methodist Church. Enter at back door (Lee Street entrance). Al-Anon is a 12-step organization for family and friends of people with alcohol problems. For information call Sue at 304-646-6506 or Dee at 304-667-1766.
The Bluefield Princeton area
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Support Group
meets once a month, usually around the last Tuesday. The group is open to all who have MS and also family and friends. Medical students and such are welcome. There is no charge or fees to join. We’re into our 28th year as a group. Please come, you’ll find us a caring and encouraging group. For more information call Doug Mullins, group leader, at 304-753-9126.