[caption id="attachment_1393" align="alignleft" width="432"]<a href="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2013\/09\/Rainelle-Cemetery-Clean-up-1.jpg"><img class="size-full wp-image-1393" alt="Rainelle Mayor Andrea Pendleton, Don Ratliff, Governor\u2019s Representative Kimberly Gross, Mike Stout, and Roxie Hume working to landscape Rainelle Cemetery as one of the Town\u2019s four Governor Earl Ray Tomblin\u2019s \u201cDay to Serve\u201d projects. " src="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2013\/09\/Rainelle-Cemetery-Clean-up-1.jpg" width="432" height="324" \/><\/a> Rainelle Mayor Andrea Pendleton, Don Ratliff, Governor\u2019s Representative Kimberly Gross, Mike Stout, and Roxie Hume working to landscape Rainelle Cemetery as one of the Town\u2019s four Governor Earl Ray Tomblin\u2019s \u201cDay to Serve\u201d projects.[\/caption]\r\n\r\nRainelle kicked off its participation in Governor Ear Ray Tomblin\u2019s \u201cDay to Serve\u201d kicked off with 17 volunteers planting 15 evergreens at the Rainelle Cemetery, mulching the plants and outlining with native stone.\r\n\u201cWhat a great day of improving our town,\u201d Mayor Andrea J. Pendleton gushed. \u201cIt may be called a \u201cmini grant\u201d but that $500 allowed us to purchase plants and mulch.\u201d\r\nPendleton said that the Day to Serve volunteers continued the work proposed for last summer\u2019s Boy Scouts. \u201cThreatening weather called the Boy Scouts off the job early on two days, and now we are completing that project,\u201d she said.\r\nThe Cemetery project used about 75 hours of Town workers and volunteers.\r\nGovernor Tomblin\u2019s representative, Kimberly Gross, volunteered all day on the project. Wes Johnson and John Woodrum of Westvaco worked on mapping the cemetery.\r\nOther volunteers and Town of Rainelle workers were John Wyatt, Donna Wyatt, Autumn Shelton, Don Ratliff, Roxie Hume, Joan Browning, Mike Stout, Dylan Brown, Sandra Hanna, Dusty Morrello and Tommy Lewis. Rainelle Police Chief J. P. Stevens provided security. Jeremy Willis of Weedwhackers helped design the landscaping and donated some plants.\r\n\u201cWe have three more Governor\u2019s \u201cDay to Serve\u201d projects to complete by Sept. 29,\u201d Pendleton said. \u201cCome on, Rainelle, let\u2019s pitch in and make our Town shine.\u201d\r\nFor further information, contact Mayor Andrea J. \u201cAndy\u201d Pendleton, email firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone 304-667-9233 or 304-438-7191.