Good Morning White Hall
I hope everyone has a safe and Happy Thanksgiving! It is a great time to have family visit, have great food, go hunting, shopping and all those good things life lets us enjoy and Black Friday is right around the corner!
White Hall Elementary School
From Principal Murray:
Nov. 25-29, Thanksgiving Break
Dec. 2, Return to school after Thanksgiving break
Dec. 2, PTO meeting at 6 p.m. in the Technology room
Dec. 11, WV Smiles Dental Program visits White Hall Elementary
Dec. 12, Christmas Music Program for 2nd & 3rd graders at 1:30 p.m.
Dec. 13, Character Education on Respect
Dec. 13, Fun Friday; bring $1 donation and wear an Ugly Holiday Sweater
Dec. 16-19, Penguin Patch Workshop
Dec. 18, Math Field Day
Beverly Community Educational Outreach Service
The Christmas meeting of the Beverly CEOS will be held at the home of CEOS member Janet Rummer on Monday, Dec. 2.
The dinner meeting will be at Noon. Janet has a fantastic dinner for the members and makes sure everyone celebrates this special day!
Happy December Birthday to members Claudia Holbert, and Shirley Prahl. Members are asked to bring their Salvation Army Christmas stockings to the meeting.
The CEOS Recognition Day will be held on Dec. 6 at Eldora United Methodist Church at 10 a.m., with speaker Pam Krushansky, consumer representative & compliance specialist.
White Hall Town Council
The regular meeting will be held at the new Public Safety Building at 118 Tygart Mall Loop this evening at 7 p.m.
Residents’ concerns will be held with three minutes for each concern. A sign-up sheet will be available and must be filled out. Please sign up 15 minutes before the meeting if you are speaking.
Treasurer and financial reports will be followed by communications, announcements, and public hearings.
The Boothsville Volunteer Fire Department Christmas Party will be held at the Eldora Church, Dec. 14 at 1 p.m.
The committee reports; Public Safety Building update, and Annexation Committee update.
Other reports include, police legal, maintenance/public works, and Town Coordinator.
Unfinished Business includes Real Estate Plus-update on selling of old Town Hall; consider Deerfield annexation; Executive Session; consider moving Beth Delloma to the position of Event Planner/HR Representative; consider pay scale revisions
New Business to consider includes consider Revision to Ordinance 19-003, revising time for Council Meetings; consider quotes for repairing Sally Port Drain/Floor; consider paying final payment for K-9 from General Funds & Reimburse in January through special investigation fund; consider quotes for tree removal services on Matthews Drive; consider paying green river group less retainer for repairs in spring; consider donating Crown Victoria police cruiser to Marion County Vo-Tech; consider using meeting room/workshop room for outside organizations.
Final remarks from the council followed by adjournment.
The Community Wellness Workshop will meet Dec. 10, at Noon at the Municipal Building. The guest speaker will be Huntington Mayor Steve Williams.
Available in White Hall on: Wednesday at the Middletown Commons from 9-10 a.m. (1st & 3rd week) and 10:30-11:30 a.m. (2nd & 4th week) near BB&T, and I-79 Technology Park, 12-1 p.m. 5000 NASA Blvd. (back parking lot) 1st and 3rd week. Library (304) 366-1211.
If you have news, birthdays or anniversaries! Call Claudia at (304) 534-3524, if you leave a message, leave your number, or e-mail me at email@example.com . You may also leave your information with the town hall Monday through Friday from 8-4 p.m. The Town Hall phone number is (304) 367-1687.